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Customer Management: Nefab Company

| February 9, 2017

Introduction Customer management has been an integral part of business processes since the early days of business, even before money was introduced. Development of products and services aimed at meeting the needs of the customer is what determines the effectiveness of the customer retention and loyalty strategies (Rao & Perry, 2002).

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Oil & Gas Management

| February 9, 2017

Abstract The Gulf of Mexico incident is an occurrence that many people in the United Kingdom and Mexico, who were affected, would like to forget as it had immense environmental and economic impact to them.

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Aviation management

| February 8, 2017

How did Stansted get the go ahead to become London’s 3rd airport? Pursuits for expansion of London airport capacity have been long drawn involving various Airport Commissions and political intrigues (FT, 2014). The quest for the Third London Airport particularly with regard to competing proposals for a new airport at Cublington and the expansion of […]

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Human Resource Management Approaches

| February 8, 2017

Introduction In any organization, the human resource force is one of the most vital assets. In this regard, it is vital for organizations to ensure that they formulate and implement human resource management policies that will optimize employees’ contributions so as to maintain competitiveness in their different industries of operation (Armstrong, 2008; Marchington & Wilkinson, […]

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Business Environment

| February 2, 2017

Abstract This paper is divided into three parts in order to explore important business and management issues. The first part of the assignment demonstrates significant details about the performance of Virgin Atlantic Airline (VAA) and its interrelations to numerous external factors such as the UK recession impact, effects of EU regulations and the business environment.

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Individual Management and Leadership Plan

| February 2, 2017

Introduction This brief is aimed at investigating and reporting my own individual management and leadership plan.

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Management of pressure ulcers in a high risk patient: a case study

| January 21, 2017

1. Introduction Clinically, pressure ulcers are defined as the lesions that are the result of localized tissue damage or cell death (generally necrosis), developed because of pressure over a bony prominence.

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What is the value of people management to project management?

| January 20, 2017

Abstract People skills and their value to project management have become a substantial topic of debate as the international community develops business strategies.

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Management proposal

| January 19, 2017

Abstract The present paper is based on a case study of Top Travel. Inconsistent manager practices in selecting travel clerks and trainees are described. Furthermore, the paper includes a section in which a relevant strategy to improve the selection process is recommended.

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To what extent do different approaches to change management facilitate or hinder organisational unification when companies acquire assets?

| January 18, 2017

Abstract This paper describes three major approaches to change management, such as Kotter’s eight-step mode, Bridge’s transition model and Prosci’s ADKAR model.

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A comparative study of Omani employees’ perception toward managers’ leadership styles and management competences in public and private sectors.

| January 17, 2017

Introduction Leaders are fast becoming recognised as the key to success for organisations across the globe and as such studies on how leaders are created and how leaders interact with others are becoming much more prevalent (Chemmers, 1997).

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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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Implications of labour market flexibility on Human Resource Management

| August 24, 2016

Introduction Over the past few decades, there has been an increase in demand for greater labour flexibility, driven primarily by increases in international competition and advances in technology (Vincente-Lorente & Suarez-Gonzalez 2007). Given the intense competition and the speed of technological change, there has been a proliferation of non-standard forms of employment such as outsourcing, […]

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Airline Management (Analysis of the ‘four pillars’)

Airline Management (Analysis of the ‘four pillars’)

| May 1, 2014

INTRODUCTION In 2008, the aviation sector signed a declaration, committing itself to the ‘four pillars’, an initiative to reduce emissions from the industry, (UNFCCC, 2008).

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Change management in McDonalds

| December 22, 2012

  Introduction Change management can be defined as ‘the process of continually renewing an organisation’s direction, structure, and capabilities to serve the ever changing needs to external and internal customers’ (Moran and Brightman, 2001).  As per Burnes (2004) change is a feature which is always present in the life of organisation. It exist both at […]

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“Performance Management can be defined as a systematic process for improving organizational performance by developing the performance of individuals and team.”

“Performance Management can be defined as a systematic process for improving organizational performance by developing the performance of individuals and team.”

| December 22, 2012

Introduction: Performance Management may be defined by as a feedback mechanism for the evaluation of employee s past performance. This may be a five minute informational discussion between employees and their supervisors’ or more elaborate, several week process involving many specific steps:

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Evaluation of revenue management application in Nigerian hotels.

| December 20, 2012

Abstract This thesis has provided a structured literature review which gives a broader definitions of the major concepts in revenue management in terms of the applications and the long term relationship with customers. It then explores the extent to which revenue management is been applied in the Nigerian hospitality sector.

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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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the importance of Organizational Culture in management

| December 13, 2012

Introduction Organizational culture, the most influential of the past several decades has been the largest and concepts of management buzzwords. Hofstede (1997) report that the term as a synonym for organizational culture, organizational climate appeared during the 1960s. “Corporate culture” after the publication of several popular press in the 1980s, general management buzzword (Deal and […]

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What are the underlying pathophysiology, management and psychosocial aspects a patient faces when diagnosed with pre-eclampsia?

| December 12, 2012

Introduction Section A: Case History JB is a 38-year-old, gravida 4, para 0, Caucasian female who presented in hospital at 36 weeks plus 5 days gestation with sudden development of oedema in the face and upper and lower extremities along with a severe headache. On examination her blood pressure (BP) was elevated at 171/107 mmHg. […]

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