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Command Concept: Direct Assess Significance Research Paper

… ¶ … Command Concept: Direct

Assess

Significance of Analysis

Command is a function, which is a combination of organizational and cognitive functions, while technology is not a solution. Success in command is the result of a commander's capability to get the best of his C2 system by training and development of his organization under his command so that all the constraints due to any sort of limitation of contemporary technology are diminished. A commander's ideas are the most crucial factor in the functioning of C2 system, if it exceeds the ability of the system to support it, then it can lead to the malfunctioning of the command system. Similarly if is command concept is faulty and it does not identify the information which is crucial…. [read more]


Change This Study Analyzes Outsourcing Dissertation

… There are a number of forms of outsourcing. The important forms of outsourcing are information technology outsourcing (ITO), business process outsourcing (BPO) and human resources outsourcing (HRO). The concept of outsourcing reveals a number of research steams. The idea of outsourcing is still unchanged due to scientific diversity. Basically outsourcing and mainly offshore outsourcing are known as noticeable strategies (Harland et al., 2005; Jahns et al., 2006; see also Paju, 2007). Idea of outsourcing makes cause of discrepancy between the researcher and practitioner. Primarily, the scholars (Domberger, 1998; Kern et al., 2002; Ring and Van De Ven, 1992) observe that outsourcing is a development and natural continuation to Williamson's (1975, 1979, and 1981) researches and others who work on contract and the transaction cost economics.…. [read more]


Integrating Total Quality Environmental Management Term Paper

… Environmental management includes recycling and remanufacturing of parts and products (Anthony, 2002). Disassembly and recycling of reusable parts help the cause of environment protection, reduces the cost of usage of a fresh component, and avoids disposal costs. Material Resource Planning (MRP), an assembly-oriented scheduling system, does not support the process of disassembly. Uncertainty of quality, quantity and timing of recovery of reusable parts makes production planning difficult. To incorporate product recovery planning in MRP, use of reverse bill of material for every retrieved component or product is recommended. Concepts used in planning probabilistic demands for end items are used in structuring the bill of material.

Closed loop system is a widely used environment practice by many companies. This system requires new material only on non-receipt…. [read more]


Role of Private Investment on Economic Development in Iraq Literature Review

… Role of Private Investment on Economic Development in Iraq

Private investment in developing countries

An overview on early Empirical studies

In 1980s, the developing countries encountered some increment in their development behaviours with debt crisis, which affected the formation of capital. Concurrently, the affected countries were transforming from the post-era to a structural reform efforts. In mid 1980s, the developing countries adopted the reform programs within the new paradigms (Serven&Salimano, 1993) & (Jaspersen, Aylward&Sumlinski, 1970). Consequently, this led to the formation of environmental private sector that highly relied on the existing market. The formation and implementation of the new policies affected the availability of response to the private investments. The debt crisis lowered the private investments within the developing countries and this disheartened them. The…. [read more]


Scarface Latin American Culture Term Paper

… Scarface- Latin American Culture

Scarface (1932) film is an American gangster movie, written by Ben Hecht, directed by Richard Rosson and Howard Hawks, and produced by Howard Hughes. The film is founded on the 1929 novel written by Armitage Trail (White 30). The film stars Paul Muni as Antonio, Tony' Camonte. Brian de Palma remakes the film in 1983 in different setting in the Latin American and Miami drug cartel, with Al Pacino, Tony Montana, as the star (Myers 335). The Al Pacino Scarface film retells the story of an immigrant into the United States who attain wealth and power because of his indulgency in drug trafficking.

Al Pacino, acting as Montana, is a Cuban refugee who traffics drug from Colombia to Miami in the…. [read more]


Realism and the End of the Cold War Seminar Paper

… Realism and the End of the Cold War

The field of international relations has always been dominated by one theory or another that tried to explain, through different mechanisms and concepts, the evolution of the international affairs.

Realism was one of the theories that tried to best characterize the period of the Cold War and especially the bipolar relation between the West and the East, which is between the United States and the Soviet Union. After the fall of the U.S.S.R. At the beginning of the 1990s, it was considered that the realist theory of international relations did not grasp sufficiently accurate the power relations between the two important players and was not able to predict the fall of communism and the end of the…. [read more]


Moral Philosophy Can Desires Research Paper

… Which type of foundation for such duties do you find more convincing? Why?

Kant deems that certain forms of actions such as theft, lying and murder are extremely prohibited even in situations where such actions would lead to happiness. The wrongness or rightness of activities neither does nor rely on their upshots, but rather on the duty they fulfill. According to Kant, Categorical Imperatives determine moral duties. Imperative refers to a command, and hence categorical imperatives command unconditionally. Categorical imperative is one of the basic struts of Kantian ethics. Kant maintains that imperatives or rule can be categorical or hypothetical. Categorical rules are binding, and they simply suggest that logic would drive the will of all practical beings to accept an imperative. Rules against murders…. [read more]


Analzying Christianity and the Torah Dissertation

… Christianity and the Torah



History of Christianity



Basic concepts in Christian theology



History of the Torah



Christianity and the Torah



Torah observance at the Table 130



The Significance of the Torah to Christian in modern day 134



It is the Powerful Word of God 134



It Leads Christians to Jesus the Messiah 136



It Deals with the Questions of Life 139



What we Understand about The Law 141



Interpreting and Applying the Law 143



Suggested Christian approach towards the Torah 144



Identifying what the specific law…. [read more]


Aviation Industry Flu Pandemic Outbreak Risk Thesis

… In case of the SARS outbreak in China the public transportation wasn't shut down but the amount of passengers decreased a lot as, people stopped using the public transportation to avoid getting infected. Similarly, trends of decrease in the number of employees was noted in the air transportation such as, the flights in Pacific Asia decreased by 45% as compared to the year before and there was a decrease of 69% in the flights between U.S. And Hong Kong (Brigantic et al., 2009).



However, it can easily be estimated from these above given scenarios that if an influenza pandemic did occur and stay for 12 to 36 months what would be the amount of damage that it would cause in the world…. [read more]


Treatment of Written Error Correction by Esol Research Proposal

… Treatment of Written Error Correction by ESOL Teachers

This study will focus on highlight the treatment of written error correction by ESOL teachers at a college in East London for all elementary (beginner), intermediate and advance level of students that are studying under the ESL program and curriculum being implemented at the college. The study will be divided into four different chapters, each focusing on a different aspect of the study. The first chapter, 'Introduction' will give a brief opening to the paper highlighting the statement of the problem and the purpose of the study. Chapter 2 will be the 'Literature Review' where we will use all the prior studies conducted in the field as a spectrum of reference to highlight the importance of the…. [read more]


Applied Management and Decision Sciences Thesis

… ¶ … management and decision sciences from various theorists; and, analyzes the evolution of managerial decision making from scientific management to the complicated forecasting models used today. The objectives of the Breadth component were four-fold: (a) to examine the theories of applied management and decision sciences as interpreted by the research of Ducker (1974), Harrison (1975), and others as listed in the reference section; (b) to analyze the historic evolution of decision making from scientific management to modern applications of operations research; (c) to examine the decision making process, with a particular emphasis on the importance of values and management judgment; and (d) to describe, assess, and evaluate various decision evaluation tools including matrix analysis, influence diagrams, payoff matrices, sensitivity analysis, decision tree, probabilistic forecasting,…. [read more]


NC System This Study Focuses Multiple Chapters

… 5-D (two5D_manufacturing_feature). Every working step included contains sub-features (such as pocket, step, planar_face, round_hole slot, general_outside_profile, etc.) along with cutting condition data or information (Calabrese and Celentano, 2007).

The complete and thorough explanation related to the working steps is enclosed in the technology description. This full explanation includes information with respect to machining strategies, tools, definitions of the work pieces and the things of similar nature. For instance, an entire technology description contains depth of hole that is required to be machined, diameter of the tool, rotational speed, and feed rate, etc. (Calabrese and Celentano, 2007). The geometry data employed in different components is explained by employing the ISO 10303 structure (Calabrese and Celentano, 2007).

Every STEP-NC program has a PROJECT and a WORK PLAN…. [read more]


Music Education or Cross Platform Development Term Paper

… Music Education or Cross Platform Development

Pitch is commonly mistaken for being a term which is analogous to frequency; however, pitch is actually based on perception. Pitch is the human perception of the frequency of a musical note. (Heresiarch 2005) While pitch is related to the frequency, or physical rate of vibration in a sound wave, it is distinctly different.

The current standardized relationship between pitch and frequency is that the note a above middle C. sounds like a 440 Hz tone. In a musical context, the exact frequency of a note is far less important than its relationship to other notes. Numerous systems exist for defining the relationship between notes in a scale, usually involving a fixed frequency ratio between successive notes. The chromatic…. [read more]


Social Media and Technology Essay

… , 2006; Anderson & Emmers-Sommer, 2006). It is a widely accepted fact that one would only desire to stay in a relationship indefinitely if they are deriving the satisfaction they expected to derive from it. Towards this end, a person's level of commitment to their relationship is essentially the measure of satisfaction they derive from it. Sidelinger, et al. (2006) express that one's commitment could be measured by the level of investment they make in the relationship, and their perception of the quality of alternative relationships. Towards this end, higher commitment is signaled by one perceiving his/her relationship as superior to alternative relationships, ignoring attractive alternative relationships, and being willing to sacrifice for the relationship, accommodate the other party, and make high investments in the…. [read more]


Crowdsourcing Techniques in Call Centers Dissertation

… [EXCERPT] . . . promising phenomenon that lends itself to call centers' ability to improve their own and their other business units' efficiency is the employment of crowdsourcing. Crowdsourcing is an online, distributed problem-solving and production model already in use by for-profit organizations such as Threadless, iStockphoto, and InnoCentive. Speculation in Weblogs and wisdom of crowds theory assumes a diverse crowd engaged in crowdsourcing labor. Crowdsourcing is the act of taking a job traditionally performed by a designated agent (usually an employee) and outsourcing it to an undefined, generally large group of people in the form of an open call. Furthermore, and as crowdsourcing is in some ways similar to open-source software production, prior research suggests that individuals in the crowd likely participate in crowdsourcing…. [read more]


Evaluating and Explaining Organizational Accountability in Emergency Management of Typhoon Morakot a Citizens Perspective Literature Review

… ¶ … Organizational Accountability in Emergency Management of Typhoon Morakot: A Citizens' Perspective -- Literature Review Chapter

Typhoon Morakot

The contemporaneous society is unfortunate enough to be witnessing numerous natural calamities. The debate over the causes of these calamities is ongoing, with some arguing the very force of nature and its changing shapes, whilst others blaming the changes on the devastating actions of man, which pollute and change the natural environment. In other words, there is the belief according to which more natural calamities occur as a result of global warming. This view is shared by the environment specialists at the United Nations, who include the Morakot Typhoon on the list of the most significant climate anomalies from 2007 through 2009. They refer to the…. [read more]


Corporate Social Responsibilities Term Paper

… ¶ … responsibility of companies has historically been defined in purely economic terms. For example, Friedman (1990) considered maximization of shareholder wealth as being the sole objective and responsibility of a well-managed company. This perspective, though, generally viewed corporate social responsibility activities as a distraction rather than a goal. From this perspective, any expenditures of resources in the interests of social responsibility was at the expense of shareholders, and the interests of shareholders and other stakeholders were defined implicitly as conflicting and mutually exclusive. Today, though, stakeholder theory maintains that stakeholders should be considered as an important component in a company's overall business plan. By sharp contrast, neoclassical economic theory treats companies as unitary actors that seek to maximize their profits. The stakeholder approach to…. [read more]


Foreign Policy of China (Beijing Thesis

… But just as China (Beijing consensus)'s economic and military power does not yet match that of the United States, China (Beijing consensus)'s soft power still has a long way to go as demonstrated by a Chicago Council on Global Affairs poll. China (Beijing consensus) does not have cultural industries like Hollywood, and its universities are not yet the equal of the United States. It lacks the many non-governmental organizations that generate much of U.S. soft power. Politically, China (Beijing consensus) suffers from corruption, inequality, and a lack of democracy, human rights, and the rule of law. While that may make the "Beijing consensus" attractive in authoritarian and semi-authoritarian developing countries, it undercuts China (Beijing consensus)'s soft power in the West. Although China (Beijing consensus)'s new…. [read more]


Attitude and Behavior Developmental Task Term Paper

… ATTITUDE and BEHAVIOR DEVELOPMENTAL TASK NEEDED to ASSIST African-American COLLEGE STUDENTS WITH DEVELOPING a CLEAR COMMITMENT to SUCCEED AFTER COLLEGE

There is an acknowledged identity crisis present in the African-American race due to the high rates of incarceration and low education achievements. The college environment serves to influence the development required in the self-identity transition toward the self-actualization of the individual in gaining a view of identity characterized by achievement. There is a delay in achievement associated with the failure to accept self or group identity. This work will illustrate that attitude is linked to talk development and behavioral adjustment which is part of the requirement for making the commitment for achievement in educational attainment. Principles of military discipline and leadership will also be reviewed…. [read more]


Commander Defines or Frames a Problem? Term Paper

… ¶ … Commander defines or frames a problem?

One particularly important part of any Commander's decision making strategy is to have the context and tools to make a cogent decision. Often this is initiated with the mission analysis process, but that does not always frame the problem within the appropriate paradigm for use in field operations. Understanding and visualizing the entire problem is part of the framing process. Essentially, framing takes an open-ended problem and explores it from all sides (qualitative and quantitative) and uses divergent points-of-view to organize the information into a cogent and meaningful manner. This then translates into a more reasonable approach to the heart of the problem.

Three components important for command to express and communicate as leaders are: visualizing (perspective,…. [read more]


Africa's Petroleum and China's Economic Research Paper

… The world oil market has recorded important trends. The global demand for oil is projected to grow by more than five percent by 2030 with the Middle East, China, and India accounting for seventy percent of the increase. China's oil demand is anticipated to expand during this period, and oil imports will grow. This implies that China will overtake the United States thereby becoming the largest world net importer of oil by 2020 (Bhaumik, 2009). It will reach approximately twenty-four million barrels daily net oil consumption by 2030. This suggests that nearly eighty percent of China's oil consumption will rely on imported oil. However, United States oil demand will decline or remain unchanged; thus, its oil imports are subject to fall to the extent that…. [read more]


Policing Liquor Licensed Premises in Hong Kong Research Proposal

… Best Practices in Policing Alcohol and Licensed Premises

Today, Hong Kong enjoys a free market economy but it is highly dependent on the international trade, finance and tourism sectors for its revenues (Hong Kong 2009). The Mongkok Police District of Hong Kong is the subject of the dissertation (see map at Appendix ____ and District Boundaries as set forth in DC MKDIST'S Standing Order No. 1-01 at Appendix ____). There are currently more than 5,000 liquor licensed premises in Hong Kong, with 396 of them being situated in the Mongkok Police District. The number of bars/pubs, nightclubs and restaurants is 49, 33, and 314, respectively. In addition, Mongkok is an unofficial red-light district in Hong Kong; while the area is home to a number of…. [read more]


Management Development Process Has Been Adopted Term Paper

… ¶ … management development process has been adopted in the public and private sectors for the enhancement and development of the new managers and professionals. The enhancement program was adopted and implemented in the Internal Revenue Service which is a public sector agency. The agency has implemented 'the principles of Total Quality Management', in this regard, 'the Richmond District enhanced the program that was conducted in other offices by using the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and the Adjective Check List'. The process adopted by the Internal Revenue Service was fabricated to 'identify those interested in managerial positions', not every staff has the potential to be the manager, therefore the experience factor was given dilute consideration against the motivation and leadership qualities of the interested professionals'. The…. [read more]


Workplace Learning and Manager's Performance Term Paper

… A manager must be careful and wise enough to keep the services perfect while generating profit. Expenses need to be handled in the way that profit margin is maintained. Liberality and good will in hospitality industry does not mean to compromise on profit while maintaining standard and providing comfort. Portion sizes must be related to cost. This will allow the management to recover the cost and generate profit ( Lucas, Employment Relations in the Hospitality and Tourism Industries, 2003).

On the whole, these tasks clarifies that managers must possess the potential to communicate effectively to employees and guests, perform the operations wisely, and accomplish operating goals within a budget (Raguz & Vrdoljak, 2007).

Workplace Learning and Managers' Performance in the Hospitality Industry in Light of…. [read more]


Human Resources Managing Organisational Culture Dissertation

… d).

Understanding of organisational culture and cultural types also helps the understanding of why managerial reforms may impact differently within and between organisations. An organisation with a predominantly internal process culture, for example, may be more resistant to reforms aimed at promoting innovation. It is expected that staff in high uncertainty avoidance cultures to be more concerned with rule-following and more reluctant to risk changing jobs - both factors of some importance for those reformers who want to deregulate bureaucracies and encourage more rapid job change in the public service'. Businesses in both the private and public sectors have come to understand that organisational change frequently requires changing the organisation's culture and learning (O'Donnell & Boyle, 2008).

Whatever the purpose and performance results of culture…. [read more]


Elites in Engineering Dissertation

… Elites in Engineering

In the contemporary world, it has increasingly become significant for active engineers to be uniformly skilled in technical and management comprehension. This is in the view of the fact numerous graduates find themselves in significant leadership positions. To assist engineering professionals improve their leadership aptitudes within their profession through a course in Entrepreneurship, Leadership, Innovation and Technology in Engineering (ELITE) is paramount. ELITE courses help engineering graduates who are seeking to enhance their profession through supplementary education. The courses also help engineers who are seeking to promote their technical knowledge and leadership abilities in their present role. In this regard, this paper assesses the leaders in British engineering and their characteristics. The paper will evaluate how the qualities of these leaders in…. [read more]


Autobiography of My Work Experiences Research Proposal

… ¶ … autobiography of my work experiences at a number of Chinese firms. I present a thorough analysis of several Chinese firms wherein I have worked. These companies will be analyzed using concepts from the book "Concept of the Corporation" written by Drucker.

Discussion of the author (s) concepts that one is using.

With regards to managing the workforce, Drucker stresses that all kinds of businesses eventually relate to people, not capital. Therefore, leading and administering people so that they are able to maximize their output and consequently improve corporate productivity. He emphasizes that rewards, compensations and promotions ought to be based on the performance and productivity of the workforce. The top management should lead from the front by including on-the-job training facilities and constantly…. [read more]


Size/Cooperative Learning and IT's Effects Term Paper

… African-American students seem to profit more from the SAGE experience than white students when compared with non-SAGE students. The achievement gap between African-Americans and white students widens each year (Smith, et.al. 2003).

It has been noted that class size initiatives have enjoyed wide spread support from parents, teachers, and the general public. People will still believe that smaller class sizes are a good idea and teachers report experiencing lower levels of stress and job dissatisfaction with smaller classes. This is primarily because they are better engaged with each student, and therefore, student motivation increases and discipline problems decrease. Parents believe that a teacher's individualized instruction leads to improvements in a child's academic performance. This is apparent because teachers with smaller classes have more time to…. [read more]


Global Change Science the Negative Effects Research Proposal

… Global Change Science

The negative effects of road surfaces on local, regional, and national ecosystems is empirically evidenced and a large contributing factor to the increasingly large carbon footprint of developed nations (Switalski, et al. 2004). The use of primarily asphalt and tar-based paving techniques though providing an effective road surface is damaging not only in the retention of solar radiation which raises the internal temperature of the earth, but also in the associated chemical run off, and necessary disruption of existing vegetation and animal life (Forman, 1999). The impact of human manufacturing and agricultural business on the climate is seemingly an inevitability of civilization. However, there are areas of waste which can be limited or repurposed granted initially at an expense, but ultimately beneficial…. [read more]


Relationship Between Stakeholders and Corporations and CSR Corporate Social Responsibility Research Paper

… Business Theory

Relationship between Stakeholders, Corporations and Corporate Social Responsibility

Businesses around the world are under pressure with a new function, which is to meet the needs of the present generation without compromising the capability of the next generations to meet their own needs. Companies are being called upon to take accountability for the ways their operations impact societies and the natural environment. They are also being asked to apply sustainability philosophies to the manners in which they carry out their business. Sustainability refers to a company's actions, usually considered charitable, that show the insertion of social and environmental concerns in business opera-tions and in associations with stakeholders (D'Amato, Henderson & Florence, 2009).

It is no longer suitable for a corporation to experience financial prosperity…. [read more]

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