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Erin Brockovich

| February 7, 2017

Abstract Leadership style has a substantial impact on the operations of any business. This essay examines the movie Erin Brokovich (2000) in an effort to identify the strengths and weaknesses associated with the transactional and transformational forms of leadership.

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Marketing Communications

| February 6, 2017

Introduction Some of the aspects that characterize the present-day business environment include its increasing dynamism, volatility and uncertainty.

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Advertisement and Promotion in Business

| January 21, 2017

Abstract With the increase in competition among different businesses across all industries, it is vital for companies to ensure that they implement ideal promotional strategies to maintain their competitiveness.

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Business Strategy And Economics

| January 18, 2017

Abstract This paper is focused on the importance of disruptive innovation as described in the teaching of Professor Clayton Christensen.

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Aspect Of Contract And Negligence For Business

| January 18, 2017

Abstract This paper is focused on providing information about important principles of contract and negligence for business. The first part of the paper discusses the specificity of contract law by emphasising details from two case studies: East Midlands Airways Airbus and a case of the supply of mobile phones.

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Partnership Law Assignment

| January 14, 2017

Introduction and Issues The facts presented here indicate that a partnership has been set up between three individuals and that there is a partnership agreement in place to deal with the operation of the business.

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People Management and Organisation Development

| January 14, 2017

Executive Summary The introduction of changes in a business is usually related to resistance at lower or higher level. Such risk can be reduced if appropriate measures are taken in advance. In this study, reference is made to an organisation’s effort to implement a change plan in order to secure the benefits of Organisational Development.

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Entrepreneurship

| August 30, 2016

Introduction Entrepreneurship is defined as the willingness or capacity that an individual or group of people have in developing, organizing and managing business ventures regardless of the risks that are involved (Kumar, 2008). Entrepreneurs are essentially individuals with excellent skills in presentation, generation of creative ideas that are likely to lead to the creation of […]

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Significance and implication of the pursuit of sustainability in the context of global airlines and airports

| August 15, 2016

Introduction Sustainability generally refers to the preservation of the planet that is our only home and resources inherent in it ensuring continued function of our ecosystem and therefore the maintenance of productivity in the long term (Sachs, et al, 2009; Zakhem, et al, 2007). It is a moral responsibility to provide for the needs of […]

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Management practices employed by multinationals in controlling and managing the financial risks

| December 19, 2012

ABSTRACT This study seeks to highlight the management practices employed by multinationals in controlling and managing the financial risks they are exposed to. It also assessed the management practices used by multinationals in the face of financial crisis using Lufthansa and BMW as case study.

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The ‘business’ of aid: to what extent does aid do more harm than good?

| December 15, 2012

Abstract: The topic of this paper views the harms of aid and argues that aid does developing countries more harm than it does good.  Aid is the economic assistance from one nation to another.  There are different reasons for why this topic is so controversial.  Aid does not always benefit the poor countries economic stride; […]

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The value of knowledge: the role of Knowledge Management and Innovation

| December 15, 2012

Introduction Knowledge is a powerful weapon for any institution, whether belonging to business, politics, social work or art. It plays a vital role in the functioning of any organisation, especially if the organisation is a business organisation seeking to take maximum advantage of the knowledge that it is has collected and organised, making sure it […]

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Examination of Twitter and how social media can be used by businesses rely on immaterial labor

| December 14, 2012

Abstract Nowadays the main trend on the net is the rissing numbers of Social media Appilications, which all have a common factor.  They all depend largely on the users-generated content in simle terms the users of the application. Users create the websites. The process of creating and adding content is a way of working which […]

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The Impact of Tax Havens on Business Decision-making

| December 4, 2012

 Introduction OECD’s initiatives have exemplified that tax havens have attracted more and more attention in recent years (OECD, 1998, 2000, 2004). Compared with nonhaven countries, tax havens have lower levels of corruption, better political and legal systems, and that they could defer or reduce tax liabilities to other countries through strategic use of debt among […]

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Business environment

Business environment

| December 4, 2012

Introduction generally th it is to be  understood by saying business environment is that circumstanse where business runs  or do its operations generally business environment can be divided in tow sectors one of them is external environmentswhich is known as PESTEL to academics another is internal environment which is more familiar as SWOT.

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SWOT Analysis and Porter’s 5 Forces analyses of John Lewis Partnership

SWOT Analysis and Porter’s 5 Forces analyses of John Lewis Partnership

| October 2, 2012 | 0 Comments

  Abstract This paper looks at John Lewis, a top retailer in theUKand a very successful brand in the EU region as a whole. It scans the environment in which John Lewis operates while scrutinizing the attractiveness and competitiveness of the retailing industry in theUnited Kingdom(Porter’s Five Forces analysis). The SWOT analysis is done to […]

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Vodafone Plc SWOT Analysis and Five Forces

Vodafone Plc SWOT Analysis and Five Forces

| September 28, 2012 | 0 Comments

  Abstract Aim: This essay aims to perform an analysis on the basis of integration of SWOT and Porter’s Five Forces frameworks. The key aim of this essay is to establish the reasons behind the success of Vodafone, which is ranked 3rd in FTSE100 Company ranking, and thereby represent the implications and recommendations.

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Strategic Analysis of Rio Tinto Plc

Strategic Analysis of Rio Tinto Plc

| September 26, 2012 | 0 Comments

Rio Tinto PLC holds a dominant position in the global metals and mining industry. Even though the company has a range of strategic strengths, trends in this industry mean that it needs to take further action in order to remain competitive. Three key actions are recommended.

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Vodafone Group Market Analysis

Vodafone Group Market Analysis

| September 7, 2012 | 0 Comments

  This report examines the current market position of Vodafone, which is currently ranked second on the FTSE 100, and has a market capitalization of 84,991 Million GBP. The report undertakes a SWOT analysis to examine the main strengths and weaknesses of Vodafone. This is followed by a Porter’s five forces analysis of the industry […]

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Vodafone Group Plc SWOT Analysis and Porters Five Forces

Vodafone Group Plc SWOT Analysis and Porters Five Forces

| September 7, 2012 | 0 Comments

  Vodafone Group Public Limited Company is the world’s leading mobile telecommunications company operating in more than five continents. The company runs its operations from two geo-regions: Europe, which includes Western Europe andGermany, and EMAPA, which includes Middle East, Africa,Asiaand the pacific. The European market is the largest accounting for close to 80 percent of […]

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