Beyond Budgeting
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...Beyond Budgeting in International Hospitality Industry First Last Word count: 2386 International hospitality industry needsto structure its organization to compete successfully in the third wave by creating a vision beyond the traditional. The new century known as the information age depicts a very small percentage of success for the industry considering the evolution of new business practices. The new organizational structure must be resilient, proactive, and forward-looking so that the change program will be effective. To complete such development, a change of accounting system must also be considered, most of which is to get rid of budget or ‘managing...
Beyond Bollywood
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...beyond the Mumbai-based production centre. Kadosh Otmazgin (2005) suggests that the sheer Bollywood produced numbers (about150-200 to over 1,000 annually), together with the impressive and varied film market penetration, impacts the rest of Asia differently. According... Visual Arts and Film Studies Culture Analysis Paper Characteristics defining this cultural genre Ganti (2) explains that “Bollywood” is considered a tongue-in-check terms that was established by an English-language in India as early a 1970s. In fact, this term refers to the film industry, which was developed in Mumbai formerly called Bombay. Bollywood firms have dominated the global terms in reference to the prolific and Hindi films...
Beyond Budgeting
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...Beyond Budgeting in International Hospitality Industry First Last Word count: 2386 Abstract International hospitality industry needs to structure its organization to compete successfully in the third wave by creating a vision beyond the traditional. The new century known as the information age depicts a very small percentage of success for the industry considering the evolution of new business practices. The new organizational structure must be resilient, proactive, and forward-looking so that the change program will be effective. To complete such development, a change of accounting system must also be considered, most of which is to...
Bed Bath and Beyond
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...Beyond Acquiring Cost Plus: Porter’s Better-off Test Analysis Introduction Bed Bath & Beyond (BB&B) has been able to achieve a competitive advantage within the market through adoption and implementation of effective corporate strategies. According to the postulates of Michael Porter’s better off test, a company must employ corporate strategies which are likely to make it more competitive within the business environment. It is notable that the company has been able to achieve competitiveness both within its own business units and the home merchandise retail business environment. Porter’s better off test revels that competition at the level of business... ?Xiaoxian Li MGMT162 MacGregor 06/10/12 Bed Bath &...
Leadership beyond Control
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...beyond Control The principal objective of the article is to distinguish the common models of leadership adopted by chief executive officers in the modern day. The author sought to highlight the basic models that are apparent in various companies. For a remarkable period, many authors did not give attention to the types of leadership styles embraced by CEOs. For this reason, Peterson examines the leadership models that many CEOs find satisfactory. The author attempts to compare two of the common models highlighting their advantages and disadvantages. The key question addressed by the author was, “What is the model of the modern major CEO?” Throughout the article, the author endeavored... Leadership...
Performance Management: Beyond Budgeting
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...Beyond Budgeting Introduction Funding is undoubtedly among the most important assets an organization possesses, and is usually second only to the personnel in this respect. These funds are often entrusted to the organization by its stakeholders as an investment of sorts. Needless to say, the last thing an organization would like to do in such a scenario would be to waste the funds given them – and along with it, the trust of its stakeholders. An organization without any money is essentially paralyzed, and will not be likely to hold out long before it keels over and dies. This being the case, the executives and managers of a particular organization tend to be very... the world, and in some...
Wireless security beyond 802.1x
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...Beyond 802.1x Grade May 25th Wireless Security Beyond 802.1x 801.11 is a wireless local area network standard that provides better encryption for networks using the 802.11b (Wi-Fi), 802.11g, and 801.11a standards. The 802.11i standard needs the use of new encryption key protocols such as the Temporal Key Integrity Protocol (TKIP) and AES (Advanced Encryption Standard). For a long time, 802.11 wireless security has been safeguarded with the use of 802.1x. However, there are several research technologies that have been developed to enhance 802.11 wireless security (Gao, Zheng & Lu, 2015). The technologies include the IPsec VPN and 802.1x. However, many consider the IPsec... Security Beyond 802.1x Grade...
Love Beyond Borders
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...Beyond Borders Love is one of the most written and acted about s in the history of mankind, poets have been writing about it since time immemorial and battles have been fought in the name of love. Shakespeare one of the most renowned poets of the 16th century wrote hundreds of sonnets almost all entirely inspired by love. It is because of love, that two people from extremely different background can come together and transcending their social cultural or political reservations be united through the love they share for each other. However, despite the fact that love has been described as a beautiful, romantic and out of this world experience, it can also end up being unrequited and result... Love Beyond...
Surrealism - beyond reality
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...beyond reality” that forms the art movement, which tries to reveal the hidden places of human soul. Artists of surrealism or “sur” as they call it themselves devoted their lives to the attempts of reflecting human dreams and hidden thoughts in the picture. The motives demonstrated by surrealists – a group, which created the notion of surrealism itself - are usually veiled in normal life. Speaking about painting art and its evolution in surrealism, it is not possible not to mention that surrealist art has practiced different technique. The content of pictures created by surrealists is also different. Being the most famous surrealist, Salvador Dali... Surrealism Surrealism represents something “beyond...
Beyond the Apparent Meaning
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...beyond what the reader can understand at a superficial level. Close and keen analysis of his works reveals the how the author builds the theme in the story. This paper will highlight the how the author develops the theme of moral... Moral Obligation in Malamud’s Short Stories Bernard Malamud proves his prowess in addressing Jewish issue each time he writes an additional short story. The magic barrel stands out among the rest of his stories and connects the reader to the purposed motif. Malamud uses short stories as a tool through which he can tell the society the importance of moral obligation (Aarons 27). He manages to develop this theme in majority of his works. His stories have deeper meanings beyond ...
To IP and Beyond
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...BEYOND To IP and Beyond Affiliation Background of Case It was the Department of Defense (DoD) that developed both TCP(Transmission Control Protocol) and IP (Internet Protocol) as a research project which was initiated to establish connection between a wide variety of networks developed by a number of different vendors into a huge network of networks (the "Internet"). Moreover, TCP/IP took many years to be successfully tested and developed and this process sustained for a number of years. Finally, a version 2 of TCP was documented and published in March 1977. And soon after 4 months in August 1977, a major crisis happened in the development of TCP/IP’s development (The TCP/IP Guide, 2005... ?TO IP AND...
Art Exhibition - "What Lies Beyond"
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...Beyond” Over the years, science fiction has dominated the world of imagination as an art. There have been continuous illustrations elements beyond our real world boundaries such as gods, dreams, nightmares and beliefs (Jarry). Many artists come up with different kinds of themes to describe their work to the world by making them appear to be real. Examples of such artist are Donato Giancola who incorporates fiction themes with the classical real themes bringing out different characters into life. Rebecca Guay on the other hand is a draws to bring about beautiful pictures of cartoon characters in the world beyond ours. The annual art exhibition allows children to experience the beauty... “What Lies...
Beyond Good and Evil, Aphorism
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...Beyond Good and Evil, Aphorism Many reasons exist why Nietzsche supports his position that the project of philosophy is flawed. For example, referring to Descartes, among other basis of comprehension like sensory information, reason, and being a basis of certainty is the main concern. Reason is reliable while sensitivity is frail (Cole, 2006). Cottingham clarifies that Descartes made philosophy, including physical science a self-reliant restraint directed by reason. The intensity of Descartes’ mission was to make reason an alternate for discovered belief. Reason is self-directed in the sense that it is not reputable by introducing illogical basics. “Knowing” is the...
"Engineering Ethics Beyond Engineers' Ethics"
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...beyond Engineer’s Ethics In the article,” Engineering Ethics beyond Engineer’s Ethics”, Basart and Serra presents a novel conception of engineering Ethics, different from the conventional engineering Ethics that we studied in class. This paper investigates the novel conception of Engineering Ethics by Basart and Serra. In the paper, I have also given my position on whether or not I agree with the Basart’s and Serra’s novel conception of Engineering Ethics. In building my case on whether or not I agree with the novel conception of Engineering Ethics, I have incorporated the philosophical concepts that we have gone through in class. These concepts are Act... Philosophy # 22nd April, Engineering Ethics...
Nokia Aims Way Beyond Handsets
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...beyond Handsets Table of Contents Introduction 3 Nokia 3 The Alternatives 4 Recommendations 5 Conclusion 6 Bibliography 7 IntroductionIt has been rightly observed by the experts of the industry that the word ‘change’ is the only constant word in the world of today. With tremendous improvements in the fields of information technology and communication process, the terms of the trade are fast changing. The influential effect of globalization has further added fuel to be the other important change agent. In order to successfully sustain the ever increasing competition, the industry depends upon the attributes like adaptability and flexibility with the changing time and technology... . It is more...
The Baby Blues and Beyond
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...Beyond QUESTION According to an article posted on Working Nurse website, the most significant issue that affects the individual or family development is postpartum depression (PPD). This PPD may occur as early as immediately after the birth of a child or as late as a year after birth. This depression mainly affects the mother; however, it may also affect the father. Consequently, both parents may suffer from PPD. At this point in their lives, both parents may experience Baby Blues. Baby Blues refers to certain mood changes that occur after childbirth. These mood swings are mainly experienced by the mother of the child. However, men may also exhibit some behavioral changes... Module The Baby Blues and...
America Beyond The Color Line
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...beyond the Color Line America beyond the color line America beyond the color line is a film by Henry Louis Gates. In this film, Louis Gates describes various aspects of African American life. He mainly focuses on the relationship of the races in the south and Midwest, the view of African American social life, and the gap between the wealthy and the poor blacks. The film also tells about the cycle of love and how it can lead someone in ways that lead to poverty and desperation and can also lead to new life in one form or another. For instance, in the film Louis showed how some black Americans managed to prosper in life and became rich...
Male, Female and beyond Gender
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...Beyond Gender: An Analysis of “One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest” True to its setting, Ken Kesey’s One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest presents a chaotic portrayal of our society as a world of madness, where gender is stereotyped to assign specific roles and grant us individual characters, such that men and women are expected to adhere to their respective “masculine” and “feminine” nature. In the novel, however, these traditional gender roles are reversed in a male mental ward where women become the power figures who control male patients. With this scenario, emasculation of men is highlighted as a way of maintaining order in the mental institution. As such, this paper aims to present... ?Male, Female, and...
Beyond the All Blacks Representations
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...Beyond the All Blacks Representations A reflection on the article Beyond the All Blacks Representations: The Dialectic between the Indigenization of Rugby and Postcolonial Strategies to Control Māori by Domenica Gisella Calabrò Dormenica Gisella Galabro’s article on representation of All Blacks and the incorporation of Māori traditions in professional rugby highlights a number of issues. The article elaborates that since the time professional rugby come into foe, it gained recognition among many people and diverse communities around the globe. This article highlights, particularly, how Māori have increased universal perceivability and engaging quality...
The rock'n'roll era and beyond
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...beyond Introduction Over many generations accessibility to large amount of music have increased vastly. This has been facilitated by means like radios, tapes, and CDs. Music has formed the integral parts of the broadcasting systems like the televisions and the cinema films. In fact, as you walk along the streets, your ears will be exposed to uninvited musical sounds. This shows that interaction with music has been increasing with time. Moreover, it is evident that since few decades ago, music has played a central role in identity construction process for many young people. The identity does not only include personal identity, but also regional, national, gender, ethnic... Rock n roll era and beyond...
Beyond Products Case Study - Entrepreneurship Course
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...Beyond Products Case Study - Entrepreneurship Table of Contents 0 SWOT Analysis of Beyond Products 3 0 Strengths 3 0.2 Weaknesses 4 0.3 Opportunities 4 1.0.4 Threats 5 1.1 Evaluation of the Different Market Opportunities Available to Peter 5 1.2 Recommendations 6 2.0 Financial Proposal 7 Bibliography 8 1.0 SWOT Analysis of Beyond Products Being a fresh product in the snowboard binding industry, ‘Beyond Products’ possesses a few strengths and weaknesses. The targeted market also comprises of significant opportunities and noteworthy threats for the company in its introductory phase. Considering the various facets regarding...
Hip-Hop: Beyond Beats and Rhymes
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...Beyond Beats and Rhymes due: Hip-Hop: Beyond Beats and Rhymes After viewing Hip-Hop: Beyond Beats and Rhymes by Byron hurt, I highlight a statement by Jackson Katz, an anti-sexist activist. Jackson says, if you are a young man growing in the culture of hip-hop which tells you that that being a man means being powerful, being in control and having the respect of your peers (14:48). According to the Hip hop culture masculinity, is shown by physical power and successful people can show this by other means such as using their money. Since rappers do not have the real power, they show this by throwing money to the screen and show big houses and expensive cars in their videos. Some rappers use... Hip-Hop:...
Beyond Products Case Study - Entrepreneurship Course
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...Beyond Products Case Study - Entrepreneurship Table of Contents 0 SWOT Analysis of Beyond Products 3 0 Strengths 3 0.2 Weaknesses 4 0.3 Opportunities 4 1.0.4 Threats 5 1.1 Evaluation of the Different Market Opportunities Available to Peter 5 1.2 Recommendations 6 2.0 Financial Proposal 7 Bibliography 8 1.0 SWOT Analysis of Beyond Products Being a fresh product in the snowboard binding industry, ‘Beyond Products’ possesses a few strengths and weaknesses. The targeted market also comprises of significant opportunities and noteworthy threats for the company in its introductory phase. Considering the various facets regarding...
Review of Beyond Charity by Perkins
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...Beyond Charity In the book "Beyond Charity" Perkins describes personal experience working with church of different communities and races. The author claims that trying to build a strong base and relations with community, church goes beyond charity ad welfare. Since the second half of the 29th century, the welfare became to play major role in life and destination of citizens. Ideally, the welfare is responsible to maintain a system for the poor and a service system for all citrines. The welfare state also subsidizes, protects in various ways, and in time of hardship bails out both state-owned and privately owned large enterprises (. The welfare is the largest customer, the only... 31 October 2009 Beyond...
Mountains Beyond Mountains by Tracy Kidder
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...Beyond Mountains by Tracy Kidder - A Review Introduction Mountains Beyond Mountains by Tracy Kidder is a soul stirring true story about a doctor by name, Paul Farmer. It is a story about a man's love for the world and how he sets on a trip to heal the world with all possible things that he could do. Before dwelling into the review of the book, a word about the author would keep the review in good stead. Tracy Kidder, known best for his Pulitzer Prize winning book, "The Soul of a New Machine", is a former servant of the US Army and holds a degree in MFA from University of Iowa. He has been a noted writer among the critics right from his first book, "The Road to Yuba City... 24 October 2009 Mountains...
Beyond the Need for a House
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...Beyond the Need for a House: Explaining the Deeper Cause of Homelessness Homelessness remains a current global issue which plagues industrialized and developing countries alike. According to a report of the United Nations' Global Report on Settlement (1) in 1995, approximately 500 million people worldwide are homeless or residing in low-quality housing and unsanitary conditions. Homelessness becomes a more pressing issue as the number of precariously sheltered individuals continues to mount. The prevalence of homelessness globally necessitated looking at it more closely. Social scientists, public and private institutions have taken a huge interest in examining this issue...
Art and Humanities: 20th Century and Beyond
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...Beyond al Affiliation Art and Humanities: 20th Century and Beyond Item Letter of introduction Dear Friend, I would like to share with you some experiences from one’s current life here in the year 2013. First of all, I know that you might find some endeavors and daily routine strange; given that I would expect life 100 years from now to be more exciting, extremely advanced, and highly scientifically technical. Currently, being a mother of two very young children, both girls, is both challenging and rewarding. My husband and I are both working and also attending higher education. Therefore, a daily experience would involve waking at about 6 in the morning... from the people I love. Item 4:...
Reponse Discussion "Beyond Beats and Rhymes"
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...Beyond Beats and Rhymes, Tsun Kit Leung points out sex, race and gender inequality portrayed in hip hop and black culture. She chose... Hip Hop Culture due: Hip Hop Culture Amber Boggs Main Post Amber Boggs responds to the hyper-masculinity displayed by rappers who are after record deals. According to the rappers, they will only secure record deals if they show this masculinity through violence, drugs and sexually objectifying women. Does this justify the stereotype about the Black Americans or hip hop? I think it does. A group of white youth agrees and says that they listen to rap music to learn about a different culture that they have not experienced before (46:37). Further on in the film (50:35),...
Beyond Markets Critical Approaches to Economics
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...Beyond Markets Critical Approaches to Economics By: Mainstream economics Economics in the recent timeshave always featured several schools of economic thoughts with divergent schools having unusual prominence across countries over time. Mainstream economics is a specific school of thought to the post World War II era, specifically in the Anglosphere and to a lesser extent globally (Wrenn, 2004, pp106). Mainstream economics is associated with neoclassical economics which combines Keynesian approach and neoclassical methods macroeconomics. Mainstream economics follow rational choice theory, which makes assumptions that individuals make decisions that will maximize their own...
British Petroleum: Transforming Its Strategy "Beyond Petroleum"
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...Beyond Petroleum” ID British Petroleum (BP Transforming Its Strategy “Beyond Petroleum” Introduction The origin of British Petroleum dates back to the early 20th century and the oil deposit discovery in Persia, currently known as Iran, which resulted in the establishment of the Anglo-Persian Oil Company in 1909. It is in 1914 that the British government took a large interest in the Anglo-Persian Company to such an extent that it was given a go ahead to supply oil for the Royal Navy during the First World War (Christiansen 2002). The company has since then emerged as one of the World’s top three oil corporations since its merger with Amoco in 1998... ? British Petroleum (BP Transforming Its Strategy...
Transcending the Compulsion Beyond the Counter
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...beyond the Counter Introduction “Fast Food Nation: The Dark Side of the All-American Meal” by the insightful and epoch making writer Erich Schlosser was published in the year 2001. This book sets a different parameter for the understanding of the rapidly growing fast food industry on the socio-economic, socio cultural and environmental aspects of United States of America in particular which got easily transmitted across the globe. Chapter 3 of the book bears the title ‘Behind the Counter’ and it comes under the first section of the book named ‘The American Way’. ‘Behind the Counter’ is a chapter that sets the readers on a trajectory through the Colorado Springs CO... ?Transcending the Compulsion beyond...
Economics: Making Sense beyond Common Sense
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...Beyond Common Sense Introduction The term economics is often regarded as a notion of social science which conceives economic related activities. Moreover, it is also known as a field of learning that represents human actions related to wealth. In terms of financial perspective, economics is described as a social science that evaluates the distribution, production and utilization of various commodities as well as services (Jain, 2007). In the paper, the significant impact of “common sense” upon the thinking of ordinary people and the professional economists about the perception of economics will be taken into concern. Moreover, the important concepts of “ideology... Making Sense Beyond Common Sense...
Alexander the Great--Vision beyond Conquests
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...Beyond Conquests Introduction The of Alexander the Great bringsinto mind a special experience of a winning spirit as there is no other name as prominent as his in the history of wars and valor of great personalities. The legendary Macedonian name that glittered the glory of apex world conquest had only a span of thirty three years of life; however, Alexander, was from all angles, an outstanding individual example of excellence in one’s own field, and rather interestingly, his own was the greatest ever known quest for expedition and invasion of new lands and the political expansion of his empire’s unchallenged area. During the years of his fearless... other societies by force for the first...
Housekeeping: Beyond Reason by Merilyne Robinson
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...Beyond Reason by Merilyne Robinson Housekeeping is the story of two sisters who are brought up in a small town d Fingerbone. Theirown mother abandoned them when they were young and drove her car into a lake. Their grandfather also drowned in that lake. The children were brought up by their relatives: first by their grandmother and then by their aunts. The children grow up with an inward feeling of grief and loss over family tragedies which remain sharply imprinted in their minds. The important part of their life is spent with Aunt Sylvie who is quite an eccentric personality. Both the sisters have different attitudes towards their aunt. Lucille, influenced by her home economics teacher... ?Housekeeping:...
Aldi moves beyond competing on price?
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...beyond competing on price Introduction In the current economic downturn environment, companies across the world are taking measures to increase efficiency yet at the same time cutting down cost of operation in order to sustain profitability. It is especially hard when consumers are highly cautious in their spending. In the UK, grocery retailers are being encouraged by the government to adopt innovative strategies to motivate shoppers to buy goods. As a result many grocery retailers have adopted new modes of delivery, value-added services, cheap products and discounts to attract consumers. In fact supermarkets have capitalized on this economic slowdown to diversify their services... moves beyond...
Seeing Beyond the Bright Side of Outsourcing
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...Beyond the Bright Side of Outsourcing In the age of globalization, the business sector had to ride the waves of rapid changes in its many structures to keep up with the upsurge of their competitors' innovations and strategies. In line with this, many global companies are lapping up their chances in doing away with unnecessary costs in production. One of these costs is the labor or employee wages. Highly urbanized countries have higher costs of labor, while developing countries are rich in human resources. This is why, to cut off some labor costs, multinational companies opt to outsource some of its jobs to other countries. At present, outsourcing has become a very popular...
Courage and Cowardice: Going Beyond Physical Measures
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...Beyond Physical Measures People have contradicting qualities. Some are kind yet cruel at the same time; others are strong yet dependent, still others can be cheerful and gloomy. Whether the positive qualities are more prominent than the negative ones is questionable, but following the concept of tabula rasa, one can say that the negative qualities come out when triggered by an occurrence. The theme of contradicting human qualities has traces in literature. In particular, classical literary texts such as “Macbeth,” “Oedipus Rex,” and “The Epic of Gilgamesh” reflect the combination of courage and cowardice of the heroes. Analyses of the works’ character motives could... Courage and Cowardice: Going Beyond ...
Beyond Markets: Critical Approaches to Economics
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...Beyond Markets: Critical Approaches to Economics Post Keynesianism Introduction There has been a mass scale transformation in the global economyin the 21st century. With the collapse in the former Soviet Union and decline in the communist governments in the Eastern Europe, the global economic scenario took a topsy turvy turn. Realms of capitalism authorized its supremacy over the notions of socialism and communism leading to the reduction in the role of government in the years of 1990s with greater emphasis on free market mechanism within the economic system of the world. Economics have also seen a significant transformation especially within the macroeconomic forefront...
Employment prospects beyond the year 2010
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...beyond the year 19 June Economic Outlook The recession has proven to be resilient to an easy transition to a better economic outlook, and as the United Nations’ World economic situation and prospects 2011 stressed, the road after the recession will be “long, winding and rocky” (p.1). The year 2010 has shown a delicate and uneven economic growth recovery and several reports asserted that beyond 2010, there is a weaker global economic outlook (OECD Economic Outlook, 2010; United Nations, 2011). The main developed countries showed positive, but weak, economic growth rates and this poses problems and risks for the coming years (United Nations, 2011, p.1). The wide extent of policy... ? Employment prospects...
M2a2 Leading through and beyond Change
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...Beyond Change Table of Contents Organizational Change 3 Kotter’s Change Model 3 Perceptions about organizational Change 5 Self Opinion & Implications for Change 7 Appendices 9 Transcript I 10 Transcript II 11 Transcript III 12 Organizational Change Change is an obvious factor in every aspect of personal life, society and organization. Nevertheless it is also a fact that some time human being seeks changes and some time resists it. It is true fact that society always looks for changes, and therefore queries such as when, how and by what ways changes will occur are prevalent. Now in the organizational perspective change serves as the method by which important amendments... Through and Beyond Change Table...
What Can Computing Do 'Beyond the Office'?
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...beyond the Office’? Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Introduction Artificial intelligence (AI) has emerged as a future of computing in the field of information technology. Basically, the AI is a science that is aimed at developing artificial intelligence into machines and as a result automating their actions. In other words, a significant goal of this paradigm is to develop human like intelligence in machine to reinstate and help out humans in daily tasks. Hence, AI is considered as an important field of science that is concerned with making machines that find out solutions to complex issues and problems in a human-like fashion. This usually involves making use... can Computing do ‘beyond the...
Hills beyond a river by Ni Zan
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...beyond ariver” is a landscape painting by Ni Zan after 1345. It is a composition depicting a classical example of the Yiian. This hanging scroll is inscribed and signed by Wang Meng on the top right and on the top left are Ni Zan and Yu He. The artist exhibited skillful strokes that express the same form of calligraphic brushwork in all the elements employed in this art work. Ni Zan represented his painting into icons or semiotics using the elements water, mass of land and trees with their own role and each suggest sound, with the use of his skillful brushstroke to express emotion and personal intention during... ?Landscape from Ni Zan Landscape from Ni Zan submitted) Landscape from Ni Zan “Hills beyond...
Friedrich Nietzsche "Beyond Good and Evil"
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...Beyond Good and Evil” Friedrich Nietzsche was a philosopher from Germany, a poet, a composer, as well asa classical philologist. He is famous for writing critical texts on religion, science, mortality, philosophy, contemporary culture and for displaying a fondness of aphorism and irony (Nietzsche34). His influence still remains substantial both within and beyond philosophy especially in nihilism, postmodernism, as well as existentialism. His style of doing things and the radical questioning of the objectivity of the truths has led to commentary and interpretation, mostly within the continental tradition. The main ideas explored by Nietzsche include the death of God... , the will of power,...
Relational Being: Beyond Self and Community
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...BEYOND SELF AND COMMUNITY: A REVIEW Gergen’s book presents two modern developments within the field of psychology both in practice and scholarship. The content of the book shows discontent with the traditional view of individualism as the fundamental basis of one’s social life. Autonomous self or rational agent is criticized both by psychologists and communities from counseling and therapy sessions. The second development in psychology that Gergen presents is the search for the alternatives that would replace the individualistic view of psychological understanding of people within the society. The author therefore expands on the works of therapists including Steve Mitchell... to present...
Is college education valuable beyond economic incentive?
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...beyond economic incentive? Introduction College education is beneficial in a number of ways. It is valuable from an economic point of view to the cultural aspect. The advantages of college education range from simple profits to some unusual surprises. Though the economic incentive is the biggest reason for gaining college education, there are a lot of other reasons too which justify the cause of acquisition of college education. Hence, college education is valuable beyond economic incentive. Discussion Many students, after having education from high school, cannot imagine the benefits a college education may offer to them. To them the college life... is the economic one. It is the degree of a...
The Immoralist & Beyond the good and devil
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...Beyond the Good and Devil Life is a song-sing it. Life is a game-play it. Life is a challenge-meet it. Life is a sacrifice-offer it. Life is love-enjoy it! This is a famous life quote by Sai Baba. It may seem simple, but it carries a lot of weight in that it touches on the most important aspects of life. Life is a complex gift that is often taken for granted. People simply exist and forget to live because they are busy trying to conform to society so that they can fit in and be accepted. As Gide says to know how to free one is nothing, the arduous thing is to know what to do with one’s freedom (p. 60). People allow society to control their lives for them why? The result... due: The Immoralist and Beyond ...
Beyond Markets: Critical Approaches to Economics
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...Beyond Markets: Critical Approaches to Economics Table of Contents Introduction 3 Difference between Heterodox Economics and Mainstream Economics 4 Mainstream Views of Market Conception 5 Strengths and Weaknesses of Mainstream Models and Approaches 6 Overview of the Heterodox Approach Being Adopted 7 Austrian School Of Thought 7 7 Difference with Mainstream Approach 8 How Does Austrian Economics Highlight/Address Deficiencies of Orthodox Views? 9 Evaluation of Whether Heterodox School Approach Addresses All of Concerns with Mainstream Models 13 Conclusion 14 References 15 Introduction Economics has always been observed to be a concurrence of different schools of thought. There are several... ...
"Mountains Beyond Mountains" by Tracy Kidder
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...Beyond Mountains is a telling story of one of the most renowned physicians who wanted to cure the world. That doctor is Dr. Paul Farmer, a physician anthropologist who saw the inequalities in the health systems of the world. He felt obligated to pursue his work in a depressed country to help the people who are not able to afford the high cost of health care. Written by Tracy Kidder, Mountains Beyond Mountains does not only reveal who Dr... ?When we think about being a doctor, what usually comes up are images of a white environment, the hospital, clinics. But what we forget is that thereare doctors involved in international clinical work without the comforts of the clinic and the hospitals. Mountains...
Beyond Big Brother: Is Privacy Dead?
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...Beyond Big Brother: Is Privacy Dead? With the current and forthcoming technology, there is a rampant destruction ofprivacy in our daily lives. Governments and businesses threaten to make informational privacy obsolete (Froomkin 1461). The government has yet to give response to current technology; these include growing surveillance in public places, deployment of facial recognition technology, routine collection of transactional data. Deployment of facial recognition technology and other biometrics, vehicle tracking, cell phone tracking, satellite monitor, internet from cookies to “click trails”, workplace surveillance, intellectual property protecting “snitchware”, hardware-based identifiers...
Hip Hop: Beyond Beats & Rhymes Documentary Paper
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...Beyond Beats & Rhymes is the foundation for this research and is the result of interviews with main hip-hop and raps artists that include Busta Rhymes, Mos Def and Russell Simmons. I seek to support the thesis statement that there is a relationship... Insert The Impact of Hip Hop on the Black Culture The presentation starts with Byron Hurt and his love of Hip-hop music. The entirety of his background shows how he was engulfed to listening, partying and singing Hip-hop music (Hurt 34). It illustrates a representation of homophobia, how the society views a man especially the “black man” and sexism. In general, the hip-hop culture is under examination from all the perspectives. The documentary on Hip Hop:...
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