Context aware
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...Context Awareness Context awareness is the employment of information to a particular situation of entity. More specifically, context awareness is related to the user and application system relevant to mobile usage. The context awareness in relation to entity refers to a place, object or person. When the mobile is in usage, the interaction of the application of the device is depended on its connectivity with device and environment. A)Features of Context Awareness In the case of mobile devices, there is no general feature to be highlighted, as every mobile device has its own unique application. According to Chian(2009)“When designing context aware tools, especially for mobile computing... ...
Historical Context
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...Context The paintings of French artist Claude Gellee and Dutch artist Aelbert Cuyp reflect the form and style of Baroque period artistry. Baroque artworks could be defined as flamboyant or extravagant with bright colors that reflect the grandeur of the era itself. In its historical context, the Baroque artworks portrayed what many historians viewed as the golden age of Imperial Europe. Imperial Absolutism was the foremost political, social and cultural face in this era of European civilization, as well as the formation of early modern forms of republic-states. This also carried over the religious motifs from the Medieval Age. Gellee’s painting titled “Large Landscape” reflects... Art Historical Context...
Context Analysis
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...context for distant learning system Organizational context for distant learning system: Context Analysis goeshere Professional Specialization Name of your professor Date Organizational Context for Distant Learning System I have chosen a fictitious Mobile Telephone Manufacturing company (ABC Mobiles) for this context analysis. I had worked for two years as Assistant Manager (Marketing) with this organization and have recently joined an Information Technology consultancy firm (Future Consultants) in the same capacity. ABC Mobiles has recently ordered a detailed consultancy report to assess the needs and requirements of their organization for a distant learning system... Running Head: Organizational context ...
Change context
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...Context School Change Context According to Graeme, (2006) “Organization change takes place within a context” (p.10). This context, in most cases, is subject to change over time and plays a vital role in necessitating any change. Understanding the context of change allows one to understand the organization changes quit well, as organization changes usually revolve around change in context. The first step, which results in context change, seeks to question whether the activities in the organization are responsible for the changes, or whether the changes are just occurring in a spontaneous manner. For example, one may question whether a halt in the organizations operations would result... in the...
Business context
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...context outlook, the market is doing... ?High Street Vs. Online retailers’ prescriptions for spectacles  Introduction:       Going through a brief history of the spectacles market in the world, it is known that the main suppliers of spectacles in the sixteenth centuries were the Dutch and were used in the Britain. Later it was followed by Nuremberg, the spectacle manufacturers in Germany. In the seventeenth century, spectacle shops were built in the city of London, the makers of which included personalities like Thomas Peal, Richard Reeves, John Marshall, and others. Spectacles were in use since the thirteenth century, by fewer people then who required them for reading. Gradually several developments...
Critical context,
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...Context Ans There is no specific definition that may be offered for what exactly constitutes tortious conduct1. However, in general, a tort is a legal wrong, whereby a Plaintiff has suffered damages due to the negligence or wrongful conduct of another person and must therefore be compensated for injuries2. What must be established is that the Plaintiff has suffered harm caused by the direct negligence or omission of the defendant and that there is a violation of a duty of care. Tort seeks to restore the Plaintiff to a position he would have been in if the alleged wrong had never taken place at all based on an assessment of economic and other losses and injuries that have been caused... that...
Understanding Context
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...Context Understanding Context Part Web access has transformed significantly leading to the surfacing of desired technological competencies for teachers, learners, and education investigators. Web 2.0 technologies hold important benefits in education due to their open nature, and simplicity and they support effective collaboration including communication. From such a standpoint, Web 2.0 technologies open up many opportunities in teaching and learning. For example, Web 2.0 technologies enable for hybrid learning and teaching experiences. Learners and teachers can make choices on how to conduct learning, privately, publicly, and at home or in school (Greenhow, Robelia & Hughes, 2009... Understanding Context ...
Context and Discourse
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...Context and Dis By Your Your Day Month Year The precise definition of context offered by anyone concerned with it will depend somewhat on the angle from which that person considers the word. Many disciplines rely on their own definitions of context in order to accomplish their work. Linguistics, philosophy, information technology, engineering, and education are just a few of these, and the definitions are as multiple as the disciplines themselves. For some in the technical world, context is seen as "the whole situation relevant to an application and its set of users" (Dey, 3). This includes all the information available...
Koreas High Context Culture
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...contexts. A culture that presents with high context is defined by communities that are knit with close connections that have been preserved for a long duration (Kramsch 2001). In this type of context, specific behaviors that reflects the prevalent culture is not overtly expressed as most of the individuals within the group are already aware of the standards to adhere to and are already used to the interacting with one another (Nolan 1999). On the other hand, a society that presents with low context are individuals who possess various connections but has only been established for a short period... or the existence of the bond is due to an underlying reason (Wardhaugh 1998). This type of...
Strategic Change Context
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...Context A change kaleidoscope is a diagnostic structure that aims at monitoring and seeing through a change process that is situation sensitive. (Johnson, 2011) This particular function of a change kaleidoscope makes it bear immense importance in the organisation’s management process. It has an exterior ring composed of organisation’s strategic context, a central ring that encompasses the change context and an interior ring that has the design choices at disposal. The change kaleidoscope facilitates the asking of questions regarding a specific organisation. Consequently, this prompts judgement which is essential in identification of critical contextual details. (Grant, 2010... organisation...
Truth and Context
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...Context is all" (Margaret Atwood) - Does it mean that there is no such thing as truth Margaret Attwood in her novel The Handmaid's Tale repeatedly uses the expression "context is all" which is a key phrase in the novel. (Attwood 1996). The immediate response to the phrase is a question - does it mean that there is no such thing as truth. We usually neglect an investigation into the concept of truth and context. The idea of context is, in many respects, opposite to the concept of truth which is the subject for study all through the history. What is the effect of context on truth It makes the significance of...
Context and Truth
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...Context is alldoes that means there is no Truth' The two terms 'context' and 'truth' have been the topic of debate to many intellectuals. They have meant many a times similar to people, but a lot more are able to use them as two separate words. The question is what actually the distinguishing factor is to be highlighted. Truth is defined as the act of being honest, trustworthy, absolute and/or in reality (Poiman, 2005). The term may be defined in a lot of other different ways however it is a concept to be understood and not a definition to be learned. Context on the other hand forms up the basis of what one actually says, writes or communicates using any medium. It's also the interconnected... ...
Leadership in context 2
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...CONTEXT and Leadership Context Introduction Success in an organization is based onchange of individual’s characteristics on behaviors and approach in an organization. Success in leadership requires a paid attention to the evolving context on how the organization will shape the business in terms of capacity. For instance, a leader in an organization needs to have certain character traits to succeed. The value of a leader determines the goals of self interest, which shows the actions immoral behaviors. Literature reviews on leadership show an absence of a general theory which focus on effective leadership and level of organizational process. The general perspective of leadership focuses... ? LEADERSHIP IN...
Context planing article
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...Context Planning: The Door to Media’s Future Context Planning: The Door to Media’s Future Today popular brands strive to keep consistent customer relationships more than ever before. The growing intensity of brand completion has already challenged the creativity of media agencies to a great extent. The result was that any platform that offers public visibility became a medium for communication. Hatcher (2005) in his article Context Planning: The Door to media’s future fondly calls this new version of media as ‘contacts’. According to the author, media is assigned with a new task of conducting incessant research on ‘how customers interact...
Rhetorical context assignment
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...context assignment Under rhetorical context, our leaders use popular public opinion as well as their wit to influence their subjects on their intended cause. This is the case in President Lyndon Johnson’s speech titled, “On Vietnam and Not Seeking Reelection” which was delivered on 31st March 1968. The main subject of his speech was the Vietnam War and, at the time, Americans became directly involved especially in his first term as president. What were others saying about this topic at approximately the same time? His mounting escalation on the bombardment of the northern Vietnam, and his February 1965 decision to bomb North Vietnam, angered the public and he sought to regain this fallen... Rhetorical...
Context and Culture
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...Context and Culture Cultural consideration and understanding define important elements for counselors in the process of counseling. People have different cultural beliefs and ascriptions that need respect and observance of high level. Respecting a client’s culture and working towards preservation creates an ample ground and situation that supports effective and productive counseling. Understanding one’s culture is an important lead towards understanding that of other people. Counselors cannot recognize and respect other people’s culture without first having adequate understanding and respect of one’s own culture. Personally, I am Mexican-Irish having parents from both cultural communities... ...
Management in context
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...CONTEXT By of the of the School MANAGEMENT IN CONTEXT Can anyone join a union? According to the article, those who can join unions are employees in either the private sector or the public sector. In some organizations, employees are compelled to join unions while in some they can choose to join or not to join. 2. What words do you associate with trade unions? The words commonly associated with trade unions include strikes, go-slows and industrial actions. 3. Why do people join trade unions? People join trade unions so that they can have a collective bargaining power for their rights as well as demands from their employees. It therefore acts as the common voice for airing the views... MANAGEMENT IN...
Building in context
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...context ANALYSIS OF WATERLOO INTERNATIONAL How do architects respond to and work within the society around them? CONTENTS 1. Introduction 2. Design and Context: Background 3. The Context of Waterloo international: Using context to understand a building 4. Change in Context after completion 5. Bibliography 6. Endnotes INTRODUCTION The Waterloo Eurostar International terminal (Waterloo, London) was completed in 1997. In order to effectively analyse this building, there are certain factors to be taken into consideration: the design of the building, its context and how this impacts on the design, the role of the architect and the subsequent... ?History and Theory 2 - “History arrested in Stone buildings in...
Literacy narrative in context
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...Context Emerging as an accomplished is not a matter of just having the requisite resources, but through effort and commitment to become one. The book “Coming into Language: Essay from Working in the Dark: Reflections of a Poet of the Barrio”, by Jimmy Santiago Baca is an elaborate example of how personal experiences can become the recipe of a renown narrative text, even without having access to desired resources. In his narrative text, Baca recalls that “From the time I was seven; teachers had been punishing me for not knowing my lessons” (Baca, 3). Nevertheless, that limitation did not stop him from becoming a high caliber writer, despite Baca’s recollection that “Ashamed... Literacy Narrative in...
Examination of historical context.
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...context can help us to understand why this city is at the heart of any talk of Middle East peace. The establishment of Jerusalem as the capital of a united Jewish state is a great source of nationalistic pride for secular and religious Jews alike. David the King made it his seat of power and it remained as such for nearly 1,000 years. In addition to this national pride felt for this place, the sacred nature of Jerusalem binds the Jews to his place as well. Jerusalem was the site of the first temple built by Solomon. The remaining wall of the second, reconstructed temple still stands and is considered a sacred site for modern orthodox Jews. For reasons both... A negotiated settlement to conflict in...
Critical Context of law
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...Context of Law CRITICAL CONTEXT OF LAW Titus Rock Manickam Order No. 284911 31 March 2009 CRITICAL CONTEXT OF LAW How can Charles Mandox prove his ownership of Bleak Hall Charles Mandox had bought Bleak Hall in 1994. Obviously, he has made the purchase on the basis of the required documents. Mandox is wealthy and he has made his riches through the stock and property markets. Charles Mandox knows his rights. He had the rights to own an 18th century house in a desirable part of Islington worth conservatively 15 million and to treat it as his castle. Also, Charles Mandox is a tall man. His six feet four inches frame, Roman nose, high cheekbones, piercing blue eyes invited glances of most... Critical...
Communicating in Context
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...Context al Affiliation) Communication in Context Much like today, New York was a major journalism hub inmy prime. For this reason, it was only logical that I pursue my journalistic journey in the city. Being from Ohio, when I first got into the New York mass communication industry I felt a bit destabilized. There were many events in the mass communication world at that time that influenced social and political agendas in the United States. Notably though, cities like Chicago and Boston were first catching on with rapid and intense journalism but new York still remained the lead. The following details the major happenings that marked my journey as a young reporter in the time frame... Communicating In...
Global business (Cultural Context)
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...context as the drift showed that British people and culture have the flexibility to adapt to changes. As roast meat is one of the traditional meals of British populace, therefore, the Perdue chicken can bring a positive impact, as it will provide with more options and varieties to consume a chicken. While looking at the other end of the spectrum, it can also bring a negative... ?Running Head: Global Business & Culture Global Business & Culture [Institute’s Global Business & Culture Amongst the fundamental necessities that an individual requires to survive, food is one of it that an individual cannot evade. On the other hand, the development of the business culture into a dynamic and vastly competitive...
Management in context
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...context that the authors looks at the title is simple spellbinding, which therefore calls for serious research and analysis on management as a discipline in order to correct the situation (Brocklehurst, Grey and Sturdy, 2010). Surprises in JA2 Academicians... hence should maximize shareholder’ wealth in order to reconcile their interest and that of their employers (shareholder) as a way of overcoming the agency problems. This is particularly evident in cases where opportunities for application of management practices in organization are viewed as inappropriate within organizations. Therefore, tight monitoring should be an appropriate strategy of preventing people from pursuing opportunistic...
Leadership in context 1
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...CONTEXT and Leadership in Context Introduction In recent years, change in leadership has been a prominent feature because it implies one of the most significant developments in a large organization, which results to success in development of the enterprises. Where there is good management, there tend to emerge a systematic order of quality dimensions of work and efficient of products. According to technology, there is a great international competition in all the industries which has helped the ongoing of workforce among many considerations, which has resulted to more necessary changes in survival and effective competition in the globe. Many incidents occur in management because... ?LEADERSHIP IN CONTEXT...
Business in Context (N)
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...Context (N) Table of Contents Overview 3 An Introduction to BRIC Economies 4 Brazil 4 Russia 5 India 5 China 6 Certain Common Features That BRIC Comprise 6 Analysis of UK Economy 7 Political Overview 7 Economic Overview 8 Social Overview 8 Technological Overview 8 Economic Power Shift from Triad Region to BRICs 9 Effect on UK economy 9 References 11 Bibliography 15 Appendices 16 Overview BRIC economies denote certain major developing economies, i.e. Brazil, Russia, India and China in the world market with a substantial growth rate compared to the developed economies, like European countries, USA, and Japan which fall in the Triad region of the world economy. According to economists... Business in...
Communication, Culture and context
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...context in which people define things in terms of themselves, and themselves in terms of things, i.e., that “self” is created and understood through the goods and appearance of the goods people consume” (p. 4... ). From the qualification of terms, commodification becomes global in perspectives in so far as a product, service, artifact, image, or idea is turned into a commodity. To expound on the concept in a global context, one opted to select a social networking game that became famous through Facebook, FarmVille. FarmVille A social networking game that was developed by Zynga, a social game developer located originally in San Francisco, California, became a global phenomenon...
Juvenile Delinquency in Context
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...Context Annotated Bibliography – Juvenile Delinquency in Context Cuevas, C., Finkelhor, D., Turner, H., and Ormrod, R. (2007). Juvenile delinquency and victimization. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 22(12), 1581. The author’s of this study look at correlations that exist between victimized as an adolescent and becoming a juvenile delinquent. The findings indicate that since delinquent youth engage in risky activities, they are likely to become victims of crimes themselves. This study does not just look at victims first in and effort to determine if they then become juvenile criminals themselves, but it also look at juvenile offenders who... Annotated Bibliography – Juvenile Delinquency in Context...
Social Context Account
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...Context Account The environment where an individual lives determines who they become in future. While this is a widely accepted fact, environment is not the only factor that determines one’s character, beliefs and perceptions. Other factors include race, gender and genetic predisposition. However, the individual has a role to play in the conscious, subconscious and unconscious decisions that one makes in day-to-day life. A social context account is an attempt by an individual to explain their current behaviour, perceptions and beliefs in relation to the life that one led while growing up. For one to look back at the past and analyse its effect in life today, the present has to be favourable... ?Social...
The cultural context
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...context. Impact of Topdog/Underdog: Topdog/Underdog is a story of life. It reveals the harsh reality of life with a touch of humor. The brothers’ characters are able to captivate the audience with their humor, insults, encouragement and other emotions trailed on the many heavy dialogues exchanged with one another. The story reveals the reality of life as a dog-eat-dog world... ?Topdog/Underdog by Suzan-Lori Parks Introduction: Topdog/Underdog is a famous play written by Suzan-Lori Parks which won a Pulitzer Prize for Drama in the year 2002. Basically, the idea of the play is derived from the writer’s previous work, The American Play during 1995, where the character Foundling Founder’s obsession with...
Context paper English 105
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...Context paper English 105 "Among these s the RYVES TOUTH CENTER has been a big hit. Established in 1982, the Ryves Youth Center, also known as Ryves Hall, has proved to be a second home for children of all ages in the Terre Haute locality regardless of race or money". There are many youth centers in the United States which dedicate their life and money for the youth of America. Among them, one of the most notable is the Ryves Youth Center. Since its establishment in 1982, Ryves Youth Center has been a second home and a safe haven for children in the Ryves Neighborhood in Terre Haute. Ryves Hall has proved to be a second home for children of all ages in the Terre Haute locality... English 06 February...
Context paper English 105
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...Context paper English 105 The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Indianapolis is a part of the Roman Catholic Church in America. It was originally set up as the Diocese of Vincennes, Indiana. It was established on May 6, 1834. “The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Indianapolis comprises of 150 parishes, 71 schools, six Catholic Charity agencies and many offices of ministry across central and southern Indiana” (Archdiocese of Indianapolis). Among these institutions Ryves Youth Center has been a big hit. Established in 1982, the Ryves youth center, also known as Ryves hall, has proved to be the second home for children of all ages in the Terre Haute locality regardless of race or money... English 29 January...
Context of professional practice
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...Context of Professional Practice Introduction The professional nursing practice is a rich and clinically demanding profession calling for the application of numerous duties and functions relating to the independent care of patients as well as the collaborative performance of healthcare duties and responsibilities. In the end, the goal is to secure improved patient outcomes, specifically, outcomes which cover the patient’s needs holistically. This paper shall provide a context for the professional practice. These contexts shall include: legal and professionals aspects of healthcare professionals; multicultural care of patients; clinical governance; and other aspects including communication... ...
Eco-Design's Cultural Context
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...Context Introduction Built environment design has evolved over the years as influenced by changing client requirements, trends, political, social, and most recently, environmental factors. The demands of ecological, environmental and sustainable developments have dictated the need to adjust design especially for long-term built environment. The ever-increasing world population, decreasing and depleted natural resources, problematic waste disposal and pollution drove governments, policy-makers, planners and designers to adopt ways to address these concerns. In addition, social problems have also added complication to design as individual and community developments... are incorporated in...
Management in Context
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...context of management and its implications and impact upon a manager's job When we look at Globalisation in the wider... What is 'globalisation' and what could be its impact on the manager's job Discuss critically, drawing on a range of theories of globalisation. "Globalization can be a powerful and dynamic force for growth and development. If it is properly managed, the foundations for enduring and equitable growth at the international level can be laid. For that, it is essential to persevere in the search for consensual solutions through open and direct dialogue that takes account of the fundamental interests of all" (UNCTAD, 2000) This question involves the discussion of 'globalisation' in the context...
ICTs in Global Context
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...Context and Section # of ICT in the Global Context ICTs are deeply implicated in the societal transformation taking place in all countries of the world. Computer based information systems and related communication systems are now a feature of everyday life, business, governments and non government agencies in all countries rich and poor. The “technology” in the ICT consists of systems, services and tools that enable information storage, retrieval, communication and dissemination ICT includes all those electronics which manipulate, store, transmit and/or receive and extract information in the form of digits or binary. For example, robots, computers, cell phones. In addition... ICTs in Global Context and...
HRM in International Context
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...Context user [Pick the Contents Introduction 3 The human resource department is of colossal importance with regards to sustaining the competitive advantage in any company. This paper will look at the best possible hiring method and selection in regards to the deployment procedures of international expansion of a company where a HR manager has to be hired. The best policy will be analyzed so that the optimal results can be experienced. The international HR manager will have a diverse range of activities from hiring to interacting with people at larger levels. Any kind of loop holes in this domain can cost the company a lot of monetary damage thus different criteria... will be hired from the...
HRM in Context
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...Context Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Introduction 4 Theories on Employment Relationship Management 5 The Harvard Model 6 The Michigan Model 7 Guest Comparative Model 7 The ‘Choice’ Model 8 Practices of Employment Relationship Management 8 Antecedents and Functions of Contemporary HRM 9 Leadership 9 Motivation 10 Herzberg’s Motivation-Hygiene Theory 10 Douglas McGregor’s X Y theory of Management of Employees 10 Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs 11 Succession Planning 11 Example of Employee Relations 13 Enforcing Workplace Policy 13 Identifying Employee Concerns 13 Investigating Complaints 13 Resolving Workplace Issues 14 Employee Relations Issues 14 Legal Issues 14 Conflict Management 14... ?HRM in...
English Grammar in Context
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...Context Task 2: Identification of the Noun Phrase structure and Head Noun followed by analysis of the NounPhrase in terms of pre-modifying and post-modifying elements. 1: Written text analysis Logica has enabled Oman's GSM network, OmanTel to introduce email-SMS in Oman based on Logica's SMSC solution. As part of the new text-messaging service, GSM subscribers in Oman can now send and receive e-mails via mobile phone. Demand for SMS in Oman drove OmanTel to deploy the new text-messaging solution, and the primary benefits that mobile users are receiving include greater accessibility and increased communication options for business and personal use. "Text messaging is among... ? English Grammar in Context...
Management in Context
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...context in which managers work? Power is a strong motivator in management. In fact it is the presence of power that creates the hierarchy between the manager and the managed. This hierarchy is required in order for the manager to implement the objectives of the company in a manner that is beneficial to the overall interests of the company. While there are different schools of thought on the use and explicit display of power in business organisations, almost all management schools accept the fact that the gradation of power between responsible positions within an organisation has to be maintained in order to achieve the objectives... Table of Contents What can an understanding of power tell us about the...
Logistics in context
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...context of logistics advantage to Young’s seafood, the recent global logistics regulations have proposed the third party logistics policy. This policy helps small scale shipping and logistics companies to enter the logistics market without much apprehension. Young’s sea food being a large scale multinational company is able to look forward to reaping more benefits by outsourcing their logistics to these small... INTRODUCTION   Young’s seafood is well known Sea Food Company, with its headquarters located in Grimsby. Grimsby is basically a small seaport town set up on the Humber Estuary in England, UK. As a quality and efficient caterer to its restaurant clients, Young’s sea food is fast building up a...
Strategic marketing management: context
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...context in which products and services are used in the course of the customers’ day-to-day lives. Of course, not all of the researchers agree that relationship marketing is a full-proof model. Blois offered a valuable insight: Much that is written about relationship marketing assumes that a relationship is desired by the customer. Yet unless an individual customer’s... Perceived Value: Literature Review  There is a large and obviously growing literature about value and satisfaction and how this is integrated into business practice. This particular topic – customer perceived value – has taken on the status of mainstream research for marketing and business management. A number of the research and studies ...
Text in Context
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...context of the comedic genre. The master of self-deprecatory ironic humor Woody Allen is also invoked in the film when Jed is seen, more than once, reading a copy of Without Feathers in bed. Although the movie is not replete with comic situations or dialogue, the ironic touch and the invocations of other comic legends places it quite firmly in the comic tradition. As far as generic contexts go, Tiny Furniture also... Tiny Furniture: An Anti-Romantic Take on Life after Graduation For many once their graduate studies are over, life as they know it ends. There is often a sense of being at sea that one experiences once the daily routine of college and classes ends. Plans appear to dissolve into nothing and ...
Management in context
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...context I found that in spite of being a not associated with leadership before I was able to develop leadership skills based on my learning abilities and behavioural skills. The simulation game helped in increasing my analytical abilities as I was able to correlate the theories and concepts learnt in the classroom session with the actual business environment. The highly practical nature of the simulation game helped in improving... ?Simventure Table of Contents Simventure Table of Contents 2 Introduction 3 Part A 3 Overview of Decisions & Outcomes of the Business Simulation 3 Part B 5 Summary of Personal Capabilities to be successful in SimVenture 5 Personal Capabilities 6 Strengths 6 Weakness 7 Decision ...
International business in context
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...Context Introduction: Organizations today operate in highly volatile market conditions which often pose critical challenges in the form of natural disasters, as well as various man-made challenges such as political coups leading to war and other cross border hostilities, regional and / or ethnic clashes; etc., among others. Such challenges have a great impact on the international businesses, with the result that a significant amount of damage is caused to human life as well as property. Furthermore, there is also a huge economic consequence of such disasters which also play a major role in influencing the manner in which organizations conduct and manage their businesses... ?International Business in...
Context of Advanced Practice
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...context. In Developing New Clinical Roles. A Guide for Health Professionals. Churchill Livingstone, London: 7–24 Colyer, H. (2004) The construction and development of health professions: where will it end? Journal of Advanced Nursing 48(4): 406–12 Coombs, M. Chaboyer, W. & Sole, W. (2007). Advanced nursing roles in critical care: a natural or forced evolution? Journal of Professional Nursing, Vol. 23, (2), pg 83-90. Cross, Vinette, Liles, Clive, Conduit, Jacky & Janet (2004). Linking reflective practice to evidence of competence: a workshop for allied health professionals. Reflective Practice. Vol.5(1) pg 3-31 Crump, H. (2009). Rising patient choice fails to improve NHS...
Management in context
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...Context: The Impact of E-Business on Pizza Hut The research is undertaken to analyze the key implications of e-business on some aspects or function of Pizza Hut and evaluate how this has impacted on the way it is managed. Specifically, the following concerns would be addressed: (1) a presentation of a critical analysis of e-business on Pizza Hut’s operations and the potential challenges and opportunities it creates for modern business; (2) a discussion of the background of Pizza Hut with the rationale for choosing e-business as influencing current operations; (3) a critical evaluation on how this issue is being addressed within Pizza Hut and how this impacts on the way it is managed... ? Management in...
Economic context of Banking
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...context of Banking Table of Content Executive Summary 2 Introduction 3 Indian Banking sector and the role of government in increasing competition, stability and efficiency in Indian banking sector 3 Performance of the Indian Banking System 6 What should be done to enhance stability, competition and efficiency of Indian banking system 9 Conclusion 11 References 12 Executive summary India has a very active and a very interesting banking sector where public, private and foreign banks have their own importance and operate simultaneously. This paper will look at the role that the Indian government does play in increasing competition, stability and efficiency in Indian banking sector. The Indian... ?Economic...
Cultural Context & Design
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...Context and Design In putting together an advertising campaign for a particular product or service, advertisers are typically only focused on how that advertisement can work to better promote their product or service over their competition. Subtle clues within the action or dialogue can indicate how people react to specific behaviors that may be receiving a new definition thanks to advertisements. The attitudes and philosophy of a given company can often be determined by the advertising they put out. By examining the visual clues, subliminal messages and other aspects of the ad design, not only can the careful observer learn much about the company, but can also assess how... wisdom with...
PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE IN CONTEXT
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...context... . The need for nurses to keep continuously up d is a priority in health care today because of the increased pressure on health care providers to deliver high quality cost-effective care. Nurses must possess the necessary skills and expertise in order to provide this type of care. The provision of adequate, suitable, flexible, and quality continuing education that takes into account the needs of the individual nurse and those of the health care providers can lead to improvements in the quality of nursing care. (Lindner, 1998).In the past two decades, the role of informal caregivers in providing care to older persons and the relationship of informal caregivers to nurses and other health...
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