Change Agent
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...agents in the community are able to influence the behavior of others in order to improve their lifestyle. I would like to become a change agent in my community in order to bring awareness about the importance of recycling and alternative energy. Recycling benefits the environment by reducing the amount of trash generated by households and by providing raw materials that can be reused to manufacture consumer products. The United States is facing an energy crisis due to the fact that the country’s infrastructure is highly dependent on petroleum and fossil fuels to produce energy and gasoline. I plan on becoming a change agent in my community...
Negotiation Agent
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...Agent Report I acted as a negotiation agent for my friend Mike, who was moving into a two-bedroom house along with his girlfriend Rachel and another man named Fred. Mike, Fred and Rachel still hadn't agreed to how the rent, which was $700 per month, should be split between the three of them. Mike and Rachel would be sharing the master bedroom, which was about a third larger than the second bedroom and had an attached bathroom. At the end of the negotiation, it was agreed that Mike and Rachel would pay $200 each per month and Fred would pay the remaining $300. One of the things that I did well in this negotiation was to frame the negotiations in a way that ensured a fair outcome for both... Negotiation...
Trust Agent
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...Agents: Using the Web toBuild Influence, Improve Reputation, and Earn Trust In your own words, what is a Trust Agent? Trust Agent is a new incarnation of the Public Relations Manager. Whereas the Public Relations Manager has the role within the specified area with pre-assigned responsibilities, the influence of Trust Agents grows in all the directions like the octopus. People tend to believe their own social circles because they have built it assiduously brick by brick. They trust the individuals within the network and they know the process through which each individual has come to join the network. Thus a network of friends... Book Report/Review, Journalism, mass media and communication Topic: Trust...
The Customer-Service Agent
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...Agent Table of Contents Question 3 Question 2 3 Question 3 4 Job for the Job Service Agent 5 5 WorkCited 6 Question 1 A customer-service agent who is also acknowledged as customer-service representative within the online marketplace settings is mainly liable for handling calls as well as dealing with different complaints or support issues of the customers. Moreover, the customer–service agent is also liable to deliver effectual support of customer service by scrutinizing the accurateness of different order information in a well-organized as well as in an efficient way (Canadian Professional Sales Association, “Customer Service Representative Job Description”). In relation to the day... The Service Agent ...
Being a change agent
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...agent This paper looks into the topic of “being a change agent.” In tackling this topic, secondary sourcesof information will be used in defining a change agent, and roles played by change agents in all stages of change implementation process will be discussed. The paper will also cover some of the desired characteristics in the making of an ideal change agent. This topic is of immense significance because many organizations fear undertaking changes due to the fear of unknown risks associated with implementing changes. The greatest responsibility of change agents is to help organizations overcome this fear and implement the desired changes. Being a change agent Introduction The world... Being a change...
Principal agent theory
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...Agent Theory Principal Agent Theory The principal agent theory is based in the law of agency which deals with the area ofcontracts and focuses on the relationship that takes place between an agent who is allowed or provided authority by another individual recognized as principal to act on his behalf while getting into a legal contract with a third party (Clarke, 2004, p.1921). Under law of agency, the principal does not have to necessarily award authority in an explicit manner, this authority can even be provided in an implicit manner. When a principal assigns authority to an agent, the agent is obliged to carry out a negotiation on the behalf of the principal for a particular contract... ? Principal...
Becoming an ATF Agent
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...Agent The United s Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives is a Federal organization that investigates a variety offederal offenses within the jurisdiction of its moniker. This organization is abbreviated ATF and the agents that work for the organization referred to as ATF agents. With the serious nature of this bureau it is no surprise that there are stringent requirements for becoming an ATF agent. This essay considers the requirements to become an ATF agent. The method of becoming an ATF agent is an extensive and highly selective process. The first step in becoming an ATF agent is completing a four-year degree. All ATF agents are required to receive at least... a bachelor’s...
Performing Purchasing Agent Duties
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...Agent Duties Need Identification and Specification Introduction Waters is a media based company that deals in various lines of the business for example they do the business of purching and selling computer soft ware and even online initiatives that are composed of the music, provision of the news and the culture of the youths. The programs of the Waters Inc company is set in such away that the audience can make emmotional connection and move to an extent of identifying with the correspondents and go along for the ride. Over a long period of time Waters Company has been known for the culture of producing quality computer soft wares where the ideas flow freely with no swanky... Performing Purchasing Agent...
Virtual Agent Technology
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...Agent Technology Leah Cocolicchio Tony van Krieken ITM102 Business and Information Systems February 14th 2007 Contents Contents 2 Executive summary 3 Introduction 4 Explanation 5 Historical background 5 Who uses the technology 5 How do you keep the virtual rep experience from feeling impersonal 5 Handling Off topic questions 6 Technical issues 6 Managerial issues 7 Case study 8 A Success story 8 Various Agents In Use 8 Concerns about Agent Use 10 Security and Privacy 10 Trust and Reliability 10 Conclusion 11 References 13 Executive summary The purpose of this dissertation is to announce the success of the virtual agents, in its wide acceptability... in the customer...
Performing Purchasing Agent Duties
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...Agent Duties Part Need Identification and Specification In order to determine the exact hardware and software needs, the following questions will be asked to the client on behalf of Waters Inc. 1. What shall be the number of units for your purchase? 2. What are the standards or criteria you want us to maintain in the supply? 3. What should be avoided in the hardware and software products you want us to supply? 4. What flexibilities do you seek in the supply? 5. What kind of problems (if any) you had faced earlier while dealing with this sort of business? 6. What shall be your desired percentage of credit purchase for this order? 7. What shall be the rebate for on-time or before... Performing Purchasing...
The Unlikely Secret Agent
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...Agent A white, young, middle-class woman is the last person one would classify as a secret agent against an apartheid South African government. In The Unlikely Secret Agent, Ronnie Kasrils proves that the last person to be a secret agent is actually a true secret agent in real life, his wife, Eleanor Kasrils. Ronnie narrates Eleanor’s arrest by the South African Secret Police because of her suspected participation as a member of the African National Congress (ANC). The book narrates her detention and escape, including her fond memories of her husband and her commitment to ending apartheid. Eleanor’s race, class... February 5, Race, Gender in Apartheid South Africa in Kasrils’ The Unlikely Secret Agent A ...
Operations of Smart Agent
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...Agent SmartAgent is an app that offers the most convenient interactive virtual avenue where prospective housing clients can seek apartment in Boston. This app is used by mobile phones and is readily accessible to any person within and outside Boston. This app is user-friendly and readily accessible by potential customers. One of the greatest significance of this app is that it offers diverse languages which capture the multicultural aspect of the United States. Another critical concept in this app is its ability to sufficiently seal a legal agreement without necessarily meeting physically. The user of this Smartagent has all the necessary information to make informed decisions... Operations of Smart...
Agent of socialization
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...Agents of Socialization Department Socialization takes place for as long as we live and is a very important process in our own human development. It is through it that we learn emotions and develop the sense of self hence it ultimately shapes our behaviors. We learn our languages, societal values and find our places in the society through socialization. Agents of socialization therefore those important people or groups who influence our socialization. These include parents/guardians, co-workers, the church and other special groups of interests. They change we pass through the different stages of growth and they play a very significant role in preparing us to assume our places... Running Head: The Agents...
The Unlikely Secret Agent
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...Agent, written by Eleanor’s husband, Ronnie Kasrils, is a tribute and testimony to the brave woman. Ronnie wanted the world to know the sacrifices and accomplishments of his wife and to inspire common people, especially women, who possess remarkable character... Commemorating the South-African Middle White Heroine Eleanor was an exceptional White South African woman who became an active participant in the fight against apartheid immediately after the movement organized by the African National Congress (ANC) engaged in a violent opposition. She accomplished very important things with bravery, enthusiasm, and wit and embarked on a debate with her cruel security police jailers. The Unlikely Secret Agent,...
The movie ( the station Agent)
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...Agent: There are clear markers that set aside The Station Agent from mainstream American movies. The limited budget, the austere production style and the modest profiles of the cast actors all identify the film as belonging to the ‘independent’ genre. The off-beat story line and its central theme is also distant to conventional plots and themes. But, despite all the hurdles that confront independent films, The Station Agent met both critical and commercial success. The Station Agent breaks away from regular commercial fare in that it does not show typical, stylized relations between humans. Rather, it explores the possibility and feasibility of strange equations between newly... ...
The Key Agent of Socialization
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...Agent of Socialization Socialization is the process through which learning is achieved especially to a growing child. Most of the socialization skills concerning morals and behavior are learned from the environment a child or person interacts with. The environment shapes their behavior and influences the way they interact with others. My experience with interaction and behavior is attributable to the surrounding environment. What influenced the way I think and behave is the civilization that my parents experienced. I had parents who were learned enough, and had adequate experience of the urban life. Therefore, as a young adult, they taught me to be free and to view...
Agent of Socialization Mass Media
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...Agent of Socialization It is surprising to some to learn that they are not really born with the intuitive understandings they seem to have regarding how to survive in the world they live in. Instead, people are trained from infancy in how best to navigate through the various elements of society. In its broadest application, the term ‘socialization’ refers to this process through which we acquire culture (O’Neil, 2009). Through this process, we learn what is expected of us as daughters, sons, adults and parents. Socialization is taught through what are called agents of socialization. “Similar to the concept of a business agent or insurance agent, they [agents of socialization... Mass Media as an...
The affects of Agent orange
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...Agent Orange Agent Orange is a common for one of the six “Rainbow Herbicides” and defoliants which were used by the United States army during the war in Vietnam. The herbicide was a part of the chemical warfare, the goal of which was to destroy the crop lands and defoliate certain areas of the country. The name comes from the orange stripe used to label the barrels containing the chemical. Comparing to other “Rainbow chemicals”, Agent Orange was the most extensively used. Being a herbicide, the compound was employed in the United States, Korea, Canada, Australia and Brazil (Hay 151). Talking about the chemical composition of the Agent Orange, it is a 50:50 mixture... Your Module 6 March The effects of...
Business Economics (Principal Agent Theory)
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...agent theory and identify factors and environments where it works well. Introduction While looking at the core of the several factors, which affected the global financial crisis of 2008, it seems surprising at the indebtedness of the most refined banks of the world and their dependencies on mortgage supported securities and debt obligations. As high-risk loans were increasingly being documented the risk of default increased on behalf of the borrowers. In fact analysts... that the performance of the companies caused to the stockholders, one might claim that the performance-based incentives provided to the executives were more than necessary or feasible. It cannot be said entirely that the...
More Help for Agent Orange's Victims
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...Agent Orange Most people who take a look at firearms and explosives will have no doubts about who they are meant to be used for, nor will they think of armored tanks and fighter planes as belonging anywhere else but the battlefield. Weapons such as these are generally intended to be used against enemy combatants, in appropriate situations, which makes those weapons specifically intended for use against civilian targets seem even more dangerous and diabolical than usual. For instance, the atomic bombs 'Little Boy' and 'Fat Man' were most infamously used against the civilian populace of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, resulting in significant loss of life. And apparently, America... ?Orange Panic: The Ravages of...
Online Education as an Agent of Transformation
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...Agent of Transformation In the advent of technology, educational developers have strived to integrate it into the learning environment. Internet technology has found its way into the education with more institutions attempting to develop a net culture in the environment. The motive of many academic developers is to introduce a disruptive innovation that would completely change the learning environment. Online learning programs have been established in the education sector to enable many people to acquire education in the comfort of the homes in their remote locations. However, this technological innovation has failed to create a significant difference in the learning... Online Education as an Agent of...
THE ROLE OF THE INTERNAL CHANGE AGENT
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...AGENT INTRODUCTION “The pace of global, economic and technological development makes change an inevitable feature of organisational life” (Cummings & Worley 2008: 23). As opposed to external change which happens as a result of outside agents or exterior forces on an organisation, internal change occurs as a result of planning by the management or employees. Thus, “the individual or group that undertakes the task of initiating and managing change in an organisation is known as a change agent” (Lunenburg 2010: 1). Internal Change Agents are managers or employees appointed to supervise the change process. In several companies driven towards... ? Organisational Development THE ROLE OF THE INTERNAL CHANGE...
Great expectations and the secret agent
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...Agent Great Expectations and The Secret Agent would, on superficial consideration, seem to have little in common with one another. The first, regarded as perhaps Dickens's greatest novel, is the story of the move from innocence to experience in the life of Pip, who eventually realizes that the gaining of great monetary expectations does not necessarily lead to happiness, despite the opinions of those around him. The novel deals with classic Dickensian themes of abuse of authority (Miss Havisham, Mrs. Joe, Publechook), the problems associated with an obsession with money... A Comparison of the treatment of innocence and experience, cynicism and moral conviction in Great Expectations and The Secret Agent ...
Biosecurity - Target (Boneseed) Agent/s (Leafroller)
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...Agents of the Boneseed Plant 6 Selection of the Leaf Roller in the Control of the Boneseed 7 Details about the Decision Made Concerning the Use of the Leaf Roller in Pest Control 8 Results to Date 9 Conclusion 9 References 10 Abstract In New Zealand, the weed plant species Chrysanthemoides monilifera subsp. Moninifera, commonly referred to as the boneseed plant species, is a weed that is found to be of significant threat to some populations of the Pterostylis truncata (brittle green hound) and the Eucalyptus Viminalis ssp... the leafroller could have. After careful deliberation and discussion by a subcommittee of the “New Organisms (Non-GMO) Committee of the Authority”, the use of the leaf...
Pharmacokinetics of the seroteninergic anorectic agent, dexfenfluramine.
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...Agent, Dexfenfluramine Dexfenfluramine Introduction Seroteninergic anorectic agents such as dexfenfluramine find use in modification of the appetite through control of serotonin levels. Serotonin, a neurotransmitter found within the brain signals control of appetite, sleep and moods in the brain. Formation of brain-serotonin takes place in the brain using amino acid tryptophan whose availability in the brain depends on the carbohydrate availability. Carbohydrates provide the energy needed in transportation of tryptophan transportation across the blood brain barrier in the brain. In normal person, high carbohydrates lead to higher concentration... of serotonin signaling reduction in appetite...
Using Compensation as a Change Agent
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...Agent Introduction The business environment is ever changing in the present day industry. There are no fixed parameters of success for the business houses. It is needless to say that the manpower resources or the workforce of corporate houses are the primary assets which drive the business operations and turnover. The various forces of change include the changes in the competitive scenario, the emergence of the substitute products, the competitive market pricing of the products, the evolving changes in technology and the human resources of the organization that implements those changes. In order to respond to these forces of change and attain sustainability... of the business, compensation...
An Online Estate Agent in Saudi Arabia
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...Agent in Saudi Arabia An Online E Agent in Saudi Arabia Introduction Over the past 10 years, the world, and specifically the world of house shoppers, has increasingly taken the digital route (Crowston, Sawyer & Wigand, 2001). Customers are turning to the internet to look for information to help their buying. They adapt the “how to” search technique on Google.com to search for specific brand names, read review sites and also search on the go with their tablets and smartphones (Lecinski, 2012). Google, Inc. refers to this thought as Zero Moment of Truth (ZMOT), which means that the notion that shopping is no longer concerning showing up in a shop, or in this paper’s case at an open house... ? An Online E...
Autonomous intelligent agent topic tracking system
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...Agent Topic Tracking System Autonomous Intelligent Agent Topic Tracking System The boolean operations like AND, OR, NOT and other search techniques such as keyword based searching, concept based searching etc. It explains the technicalities of the boolean operations and other search operations such as keyword based search and concept-based search very much in detail. It also discusses one another important aspect called search engine logs – search engine logs is essential for researchers who are studying patterns of web searchers. In most cases, such data sets are not released publicly due to privacy concerns and a data asset license agreement is attached... ?Running Head: Autonomous Intelligent Agent...
Carreer Profile Comparison: Police Officer and an FBI Special Agent
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...Agent Roll No: Teacher: 19th November 2008 Career Profile Comparison: Police Officer and an FBI Special Agent The careers that interest me most are of police officer and of an FBI special agent. I have an intention to join these careers after my educational achievements. Both of the professions require a person to deal with dangers and are highly demanding. A person who becomes a police officer or a FBI special agent has to deal with criminals and this aspect of these jobs is related to safety concerns of a person. Both of these careers have high responsibilities towards the safety of citizens and other people. Police officer is a person... Career Profile Comparison: Police Officer and an FBI Special...
INFORMATION RETRIEVAL THROUGH MULTI AGENT SYSTEM WITH DATA MINING
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...Agent System with Data Mining in Cloud Computing Introduction Problem solving solutions like Multi-Agent System (MAS) capitalizes on its multiple intelligent agents to receive precepts from the environment, process the information and produce the desired result for the environment. The wide scope of capabilities of an MAS permits the user to resolve functional, methodic, algorithmic or procedural query to explore and process the data. MAS are also referred as autonomous agents having the capability to resolve problems that are not possible for a single agent to handle. The aim of this research paper is to develop a practically implemented research... Research Paper Information Retrieval through...
Perceived managerial discretion and market competition (Principal-agent problem)
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...agent problem arises from the conflict of interest between the principal as represented by the shareholders and the agentas represented by the officers. The shareholders represent the owners of the organization and they want to maximize the wealth of the organization by investing in high-risk projects which offer high returns. However the officers may be reluctant to invest in the high-risk projects because this might put their job security in question. For this reason there is a conflict of interest which leads to the principal-agent problem. A review of the principal-agent problem is useful in terms of creating an organizational structure which synergizes principal’s... ?Introduction The...
Criminal Justice: U.S immigration and Customs Special Agent
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...Agent Order No: 266640 No. of pages 1st 6530 Criminal Justice have many opportunities to serve in areas pertaining to law enforcement, legal offices and the justice system. The Office of the US Immigration and Customs Special Agent or ICE Agents, who come under the Homeland Security Department, have a promising career for any student who has a degree in criminal justice. Anyone holding a Bachelor’s degree, a US citizenship, and having been in residence for the past 3 years during the previous 5 years, is eligible to apply for a job in the Immigration Office. A valid driver’s license is also required in order to apply for a job. The age limit... Criminal Justice U.S Immigration and Customs Special Agent...
Business Law course--->Agency-->Principal and Agent relationship
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...Agent Relationship INTRODUCTION In context of the modern day scenario, where people are becoming quite busyin their personal life and gets little time for other vital activities,, taking assistance from others have become quite common. It is in this context that the aspect of agency relationship comes into existence. An agency relationship is a legal relationship between two parties, which comprise of an agent and a principal, both of them entering into a mutual contract where the former agrees to act on behalf of the later in return of financial benefits and in the presence of certain terms and conditions. However, creating a relationship between two parties... ?Business Law Agency Principal and Agent...
Alexander Wendt The Agent-Structure Problem in International Relations
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...Agent-Structure Problem in International Relations’ Number Department IntroductionMany have come to know Alexander Wendt because of his constructivist theory. In this theory, he postulates that anarchy is a socially constructed fact in international politics and it is scholars and politicians who decide how to work in that political environment. Initially, Wendt believed on Marxism, as a way of understanding international politics and capital, but later turned to constructivist theory. According to Wendt (1999, 110), in the Agent-Structure theory of international relations, states in international relations act: out of the need to make own free choices and independently; and out... Alexander Wendt ‘The...
Society-Centered and Agent-Centered Approaches to Development
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...Agent-Centered Approaches to Development Development is an all-inclusive concept that, as Migdal (2) asserts, requires the active participation of every member of the society. The three readings of the week offer different understandings of the concept but attest to the essence of unity of resources in the society to initiate actual development. They all argue different points and develop their debates effectively based on the different aspects of development. Duncan Green explains the roles that citizens play in the process of development elaborating on the need for freedoms and effective leadership to initiate development in the society by allowing the citizens to enjoy... Society-Centered and...
What Are the Advantages and Disadvantages of Using an Internal Change Agent?
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...agent? Insert         Insert Grade Insert Name 8 January 2012 Outline Introduction Advantages of using an internal change agent Disadvantages of using an external change agent conclusion What are The Advantages and Disadvantages of Using an Internal Change Agent? Internal change agent Introduction Change is common in an organization; however, it is not always easily accepted by all personnel, mainly for fear of the unknown. According to Griffin & Moorhead (2011, p.551), it is possible for change to be forced on an organization, or an organization may decide to change willingly based on business environment... or an internal need. Nevertheless, an organization can plan for change by preparing...
Information Retrieval through Multi-Agent System with Data Mining in Cloud Computing
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...Agent System with Data Mining in Cloud Computing Introduction Problem solving solutions like Multi-Agent System (MAS) capitalizes on its multiple intelligent agents to receive precepts from the environment, process the information and produce the desired result for the environment. The wide scope of capabilities of an MAS permits the user to resolve functional, methodic, algorithmic or procedural query to explore and process the data. MAS are also referred as autonomous agents having the capability to resolve problems that are not possible for a single agent to handle. The aim of this research paper is to develop a practically implemented research... ?Research Paper Information Retrieval through...
Experiences that I became a heightened "agent" and how I understand the "structure" back and today.
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...agent" and how I understand the "structure" back and today I remember a time in my childhood before I was 18 years old in which I was a heightened agent. My parents abhor smoking so much that they might just faint out to see a cigarette in my hand, especially my mother. Once I was so displeased with my mom because she had not let me watch my favorite television program and had required me to instead prepare for the upcoming test that I decided to upset her in some way. Next day, I brought a cigarette home on my way back from school. After having supper, I lit up the cigarette, placed it between my lips, and tried to smoke right beside my mother. Understandably... Experiences that I became a heightened...
Answer the following questions based on the secret agent 1907, Arthur Joseph Conrad
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...agent 1907 Secret agent 1907 As shown in the conversation from chapter four, Ossipon is certain about the professor’s identity, “I think I am not that much mistaken, it seems you are the person who would know the inside of this confounded affair”, says Ossipon. However the professor seems to care very less about other people and would not be happy meddling with others’ affairs. Due to professor’s vast knowledge, the reader may conclude that the professor is much learned to an extent of organizing terrorism acts. The professor appears to be a principled character who argues philosophically to maintain his position. Ossipon on the other hand handles matter in the order of urgency... and...
Explaining International Organisations: The Debate between the Principal-Agent Model and Organisatinal Culture Theory
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...Agent Model and Organisational Culture Theory Essay of Professor Date of Submission Introduction Both the principal-agent and organisational culture theories have accurately explained the incomplete sovereignty of international organisations. Both have introduced persuasive and credible explanations about the inclination of international organisations to create independent objectives and principles, but both are also unable to present a more comprehensive account of the capability of international organisations to safeguard those objectives when these conflict with the Member States’ interests (Dunne, Kurki, & Smith 2007... ? Explaining International Organisations: The Debate between the Principal-Agent...
Special Agent for the Office of Inspector General for U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
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...Agent for the Office of Inspector General for U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Introduction The various agencies of the United States government are tasked to implement goals of the government from the federal to the local level. Prior to the creation of these agencies, governing rules and regulations are in place to guide the bodies respectively with the common intention to uphold the rights and privileges of the United States citizens. However, it is also the role of the government to protect its agencies and programs in order to make them sustainable and useful for the people. The growth and increase of staff and employees of bureaucracies makes agencies prone to small... ?The Special...
Mason Multi agent model to visualize the bonus culture strategy over the traders' incentives
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...agent model in order to visualize the bonus culture strategy over the traders’ incentives CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background tothe Study and Problem Statement As the global economy begins to record significant rise over the years, businesses and organizations are doing everything possible to get their fair share of the rise in profits. These people are indeed right to react as such as the world saw worse forms of economic meltdown in the past five years. However, it takes the putting together of a lot of factors to earn a place in the world’s current climate. To producers and manufactures, determining the economic desires of their traders and customers and reacting in a manner... ?Use the Mason Multi...
Synthetic studies towards the marine natural product cylindrospermopsin the causative agent in freshwater toxic blooms
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...agent in freshwater toxic blooms Cylindrospermopsinin (C YN) is gradually being recognized as of the most global importance of the freshwater algal toxins. The rapid increase in CYN producers in temperate zones is yielding concern on the impact of this toxin to human, as well as environmental risk and health risks across the contents. Since 2000, there are several studies that have demonstrated the capacity for Cylindrospermopsin (CYN) to bio-accummulate especially in freshwater organism. This report synthesizes the current information on Cylindrospermopsin accumulation embracing information on the global... ? Synthetic studies towards the marine natural product cylindrospermopsin; the causative agent in ...
"Principal-agent theory provides definitive answers to how ownership and control problems should be overcome in particular firms". Discuss.
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...Agent Theory provides Definitive Answers to How Ownership and Control Problems should be overcome in Particular Firms Number Course Name and Number Name of Professor Date of Submission Number of Words: 1,062 Introduction According to Spremann (1987, pp. 5 – 7), principal-agent theory is defined as “an economic theory of cooperation with respect to the utilization of scarce resources in a world where externalities and imperfect information prevails”. In relation to the definition as provided by Spremann (1987), the principal-agent theoretical framework is useful in terms of enabling us to gain better understanding on how large-scale companies are able to effectively solve business-related... Principal-Ag...
Principal-agent theory provides definitive answers to how ownership and control problems should be overcome in particular firms
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...Agent theory Introduction Principal-agent theory is a model based in economics that monitors the means entailed in the dealings between a buyer (principal) and seller (agent). This interaction has been widely used in the political sphere primarily in studies of the US Congressional system (Cohen, 1). As Lane indicates, the analysis of multifaceted private contracting initiated the development of the principal-agent theory. A difference can be made between temporary contracting as with the buying and selling of goods on the one hand and continuing contracting on the other hand whereby an individual hires another individual or group of individuals to work for them against compensation (2... Principal-Agent...
Toxic Chemical Agent Incident Response
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... al affiliation Introduction Gas leakage in an industry can cause serious health problems as it enters thebody through the most vulnerable route of inhalation. In case of a gas leak, the management of the organization must respond by coming up with measures that can caution the employees and the nearby community from the toxic effects of the gas. Methyl isocyanate leakages can results to a number of effects if emergency response is not done in time. The gas can cause respiratory compromise as it results in coughing and irritation of the throat. The gas can also cause irritation of the eye as well as skin damage (Williams, 2013). Incident command system is a well-organized tool that can... al...
In septic patients does the use of Etomidate as an induction agent for endotracheal intubation increases mortality?
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...agent. He also points out that these responses usually include inflammation, coagulation, organ dysfunction, organ hypoxia, decreased respiratory rate, and hypotension. The management of the severely septic patient initially involves resuscitation through adequate assessment of patient’s airway, breathing, and circulation (Mccormick, 2006, p. 1). In instances where the patient already manifests with respiratory failure, rapid-sequence intubation has to be initiated. Rapid sequence intubation is the preferred method of intubation in the emergency... Introduction Mccormick (2006, p discusses that septic patients present with a variety of symptoms which are normal bodily responses to the infectious...
What are the advantages and disadvantages of the referendum as a decision mechanism to solve the principal agent problem in political representation?
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...agents while... Advantages and disadvantages of referendum as a decision Mechanism Introduction Referendum refers a vote where the entire populations participate in an electoral process to pass or reject a particular policy. Whereby, electorates may be given the rights to participate in a direct democracy and exercise their democratic rights as defined in the constitution (Lader and Lader, 2006). Citizens may exercise their democratic rights by accept or rejecting a particular legislation that has been proposed by their parliamentarians. This means that when majority number of electorates accepts a particular policy it becomes a law in such a situation, new constitution may be establish and this may...
Reports on Microbe and Antimicrobial Agent
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Software Engineering for multi-Agent systems.
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...SOFTWARE REQUIREMENT ENGINEERING: A CRITICAL STUDY Software Requirement Engineering: A critical Study December 07, 2009 Table of Contents Software Requirement Engineering: A critical Study 1 December 07, 2009 1 1. Introduction 3 2. Literature Review 8 3. Summary and Conclusions 21 References 23 1. Introduction Requirements Engineering – RE is the set of tasks used to understand and define the needs of the software being developed. A software application or a software project would have a number of stakeholders, users, beneficiaries or conditions in which it would be used. By properly understanding what each stakeholder wants or seeks in the product, the software development process would... REQUIREMENT ...
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