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...model that Farqua and Kurpius (1993) identify is the strategic planning model. The strategic planning model provides an analysis of the political, economic, as well as internal environment of the company I desire to work for. It further identifies the objectives and aims of the company, and this is by basing on their environment of operations (Fuqua and Kurpius, 1993). The tools of analysis used include the SWOT and the PESTEL analysis. These are very efficient methods of identifying the values of a business organization, and whether their employees derive value by working for them. As a graduate, it is my desire to work in a company that is stable and has some... Question one. The most beneficial...
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Discipline Model
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...Model Paper There are seven discipline models in all and each and every one of them has a key feature. In the Kounin Model, you need to provide variety to avoid boredom and when you correct the behaviour of one child it changes the behaviours of others. The Neo-Skinnerian Model is about reinforcing the behavior by prizes, rewards or punishments. The Ginott Model says that discipline takes place step by step and is a process. The basic idea is to give sane messages and stick to make sure to fulfill the things that you have said. The Glasser Model tells us to help the students make good choices because good choices result in good behavior. The Dreikurs Model says that the teacher should... Discipline Model ...
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ISLM model
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...model: IS-LM model is basic macroeconomic model that describes the relationship between interest rates and real output levels in goods and money markets. In the IS-LM model, the IS curve represents all those combinations of interest rate and real output at which goods market is in equilibrium. Therefore, at every point on IS curve total demand for goods and services in an economy at any particular time is equal to the total supply of output at that time, or in other words to say, total investment is equal to total saving. The LM curve on the other hand, shows all those combinations of interest rates and output levels at which money market is in equilibrium, i.e. money demand equals to money... ISLM...
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Change Model
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...Model As the saying goes, "Change is inevitable." In the current competitive business world, companies need to constantly change their processes so that they can survive in the market (Cummings, 2009). Change is no longer optional for companies, and they now have to learn how to love change so that they can have a competitive advantage. Change normally occurs at either an individual level or organizational level. At an individual level, people are usually expected to change their attributes, values, behaviors, and skills. At an organizational level, change normally occurs in the organizational systems and structures such as work designs and the reward system. It is crucial for managers... Change Model...
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Competency model
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...Model for an International Human Resource Manager: Leading and Managing in the 21st Century number April 4, What does it take to be an international human resources manager of a global/multinational/transnational organization? Designing a competency model for international human resource managers (IHRM) necessitates a careful deliberation of the varied roles and responsibilities that IHRMs play in the 21st century. These roles and responsibilities shape expected competencies at international management levels. The paper presents a competency model for IHRM. To simplify the model, the following labels are used, which characterize several competencies under each label. This is based... on the...
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Leadership Model
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...model proposed by Montgomery and Associates suggests that ultimate objectives of teams and individuals begin with strong motive and intention followed by courage and wisdom. Firmly observed discipline in line with the motives and adequate information and knowledge together lead to achievement of goals along with personal and professional development. The model is applied to resolve the following scenarios: Recruitment for Bank Pat has been recruiting fresh graduates for the bank since 10 years for position of credit analyst. He meticulously assesses every candidate to assure right selection. However the retention rate has... Running Head: Leadership Management Leadership Management s Introduction The...
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Change model
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...Model Introduction Change is necessary for all, be it in an organizational or individual perspective. It is important for one to adapt well to change for successful transition that will bring long lasting benefits. Such changes are prompted by the constant changes in technological applications and globalization. Individuals and organizations have to adapt to these changes if they are to survive in this competitive world. Technological developments such as the use of social media and presence of new ideas and information are adopted by the flexible organizations making them thrive. This paper is aimed at discussing the change process in an organization, including Health Safety and Environment...
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Change Model
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...Model of Change Model The Iowa Model of Evidence- Based Practice to Promote Quality Care would apply effectively to the implementation plan. This model provides a framework for nurses within which they can make decisions regarding their daily practices which have direct or indirect impact on the outcomes of patient care. In respect to this implementation plan, the Iowa Model can provide the theoretical framework to apply in the evidence-based practice at hand. The model will be used to carry the implementation through each of the phases as identified in the model (Titler, et al., 2001). The model requires that the implementation plan should begin by encouraging of the nursing staff... to...
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Nursing Model
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...Model: Roy Adaptation Model Roy Adaptation Model The Roy Adaptation Model has come in handy over the past few years, as it has aided practicing nurses find ideal mechanisms of attending to individual patients and at the same time handling health related cases within an extensive clinical setting. According to (Papathanasiou et al, 2013), the technological progress that has been made in the field of biology and health sciences has played a significant role in treating critical communicable and non-communicable diseases. That notwithstanding, the long-term recuperation of the patients is not assured, for the health of an individual is broad and focuses on the well-being of the patient rather...
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TAM model
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...model that can be used to calculate the level of such acceptance for any technology. 7.2 History of TAM The concept of evaluating acceptance of any technology was considered to be an innovative model of its time since it brought forward aspects that had never been addressed before. It was proposed by Davis [15] and was based on the need to explain... the behaviour of the computer users. The concept aims to explain the aspects that facilitate the comprehension of the level of acceptance that can be shown by the user for any specific technology. There are basically four types of technology acceptance models that have evolved with the passage of the years: TAM: TAM is the most...
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Connectionist model
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...Model Connectionist network model is a drive in cognitive science that tries to explain abilities using mock neural networks. Neural systems are made up of large number of units in addition with weights that measure the strengths of connections between the units. Alternatively, connectionism can be defined as a set of varying approaches in the fields of cognitive psychology, artificial intelligence, neural science, and philosophy of the mind that models mental or behavioral phenomena as the emergent process of interconnected networks of simple units. This model is sometimes known as Parallel Distributed Processing (PDP) models of networks. Additionally they are referred... to as neural...
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Psychodynamic Model
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...Models By of 2643 Words Introduction The first that comes to mind whenone encounters the subject of psychology and psychodynamics is Sigmund Freud, a psychologist of a great renown who founded the psychodynamic model among other elements, concepts and principles of psychology. Psychodynamics, as presented by Freud, is a stark contrast to behavioural psychology since it pays little if any attention to the accouterments of science. On the contrary, psychodynamics emphasises the need to access an individual’s inner world to create meanings of their perceptions of the world, relationships and their experiences (Sundberg, 2001). The core psychological theories encompassed... ? The Comparative Theoretical...
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Model building
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...Model building OPTION A Research Question: The media and local citizen groups have complained about the poor condition of the heating system which has claimed two lives. They claim that they have complaints many occasions but their complaints have never been taken seriously. The purpose of this model is to assess the claim and handle the situation appropriately. It involves investigation procedures to unearth the truth so as to make decisive and conclusive actions. The media and citizens’ claims have to be investigated to assess where they registered complaint and whoever was responsible. This calls for an investigation team to assist in the process. The model tries to give answers why... the...
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Hyperboloid Model
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...Model al Affiliation The Hyperboloid Model Introduction The hyperboloid model also referred to as the Lorentz or Minkowski model is essential in the field of geometry, named after Hendrik Lorentz and Hermann Minkowski. It is useful in hyperbolic geometry as a model of the n-dimension, where points correspond to existing points on a two-sheeted hyperboloid’s forward sheet S+. This is within the Minkowski space’s (n+1)-dimensional, with m-planes being represented by the (m+1)-planes intersections (S+) in Minkowski space. Accordingly, in this model, the function of the hyperbolic distance admits a simple expression. The paper’s aim is to comprehensively discuss the concept... of the...
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Kano Model
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...Model, a model developed by Dr Noriaki Kano in 1980s describes three attributes of a product which include the threshold, performance and excitement. These are attributes which customers expect... ?II. GENERAL INFORMATION Learner --------------------------------------------------------------- ID Number: ------------------------------------------------------------------- Course Title: ------------------------------------------------------------------ Article Title: ------------------------------------------------------------------ Date of Submission: --------------------------------------------------------- Date of Received Feedback: ------------------------------------------------ III. SUMMARY Kano...
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Learning Model
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...Model Introduction Ensuring an efficient education towards the improvement of developing child’s behavior can be viewed to be one of the imperative and benevolent practices especially for the caregivers or the parents. The integration of effective set of behavioral models and various educational programs has been widely witnessed to significantly improve the cognitive as well as the behavioral development of a child by a certain degree (Berk, 2010). With regard to the modern practice of therapeutic and/or education of the modern healthcare institutions, the major purpose of this paper is to identify and to analyze the issues associated with modern therapeutic education. Moreover... , the...
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Biopsychosocial model
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...model Biopsychosocial Model Psychologists and physicians analyse or view human diseases through different lenses. While physicians analyse each diseases with the help of biomedical model, psychologists give more importance to the biopsychosocial model while analysing the causes of diseases and determine the treatment options. In other words, physicians consider only the physical problems of the patient whereas psychologists consider physical, mental and social problems of the patient while treating a disease. Biopsychosocial Model argues that health cannot be assessed or evaluated with the help of physical aspects alone whereas physicians argue that all human diseases have some kind... Biopsychosocial...
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CRM Model
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...models. This is because they have to do whatever is possible to ensure that they operate with the highest level of efficiency at all times. Application Of CRM In Health Facilities One of the numerous available CRM models focuses on primary elements of effectual management which are morale, safety and efficiency. The factors used to measure efficiency are materials used, organizational ability, individual and group performance. Expected... Introduction Crew Resource Management (CRM) is an effective team management strategy that was developed by aviation industry experts in 1979, after aNASA workshop studied the role of human error in aeronautical mishaps. Their aim was to enhance safety training focused...
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Business Model
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...model Analysis of the aspects of the processes of a business model Quasi-charitable provision of a service project or business model This section entails an analysis of the aspects of the processes of the business model developed by my group. The model developed by my grouped was based on the hypothesis that it will be possible to offer a limited number of free tickets per every flight in an effort to support low-income earners with an opportunity to fly abroad. This can also be interpreted as a moral responsibility of the company. This new business model was developed through abductive thinking in which our group members first wondered how the challenges in the airline industries can... ? Business model ...
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Insurance Model
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...model with a single firm and a large number of rational risk-averse consumers with standard preferences. The consumers have an initialwealth W and there is a possibility of an accident that causes damage D. We shall set up the insurance model as one of trade where the firm offers the consumers state contingent claims in return for their initial endowments. Consumers The consumers can be of two types, namely high risk (H) and low risk (L). These two groups of consumers have the same initial endowments e, which essentially are state contingent claims to consumption. These consumers are susceptible to an accidental loss in future. The consumers have standard preferences defined over... ?We consider a model...
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Transtheoretical Model
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...MODEL Transtheoretical Model of Transtheoretical Model Numerous trends in the function of advocating and psychoanalysis have persevered that tells that the Transtheoretical model has enjoyed much popularity in the alcohol and other drug field, though evidence supporting it is limited and there has been criticism and suggestions that it should be replaced. The style that has continued for a long time is the eclectic strategy to counseling system. Realistic selection of a most suited method has been linked with particular client propensities, amalgamations of theoretical application, and incorporation of any amount of therapy methods (Gaw & Beutler, 1993). Such a policy... Running Head: TRANSTHEORETICAL...
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Biopsychosocial Model
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...model Biopsychosocial Model Psychologists and physicians analyse or view human diseases through different lenses. While physicians analyse each diseases with the help of biomedical model, psychologists give more importance to the biopsychosocial model while analysing the causes of diseases and determine the treatment options. In other words, physicians consider only the physical problems of the patient whereas psychologists consider physical, mental and social problems of the patient while treating a disease. Biopsychosocial Model argues that health cannot be assessed or evaluated with the help of physical aspects alone whereas physicians argue that all human diseases have some kind... ? Biopsychosocial...
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Porters Model
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...models focus on the analysis of the actual situation (customers, suppliers, competitors etc) and on predictable developments (new entrants, substitutes etc). Competitive advantages develop from strengthening the own position within this Five-Forces-Framework. Hence, these models cannot explain or analyze today's dynamic changes that have the power to transform whole industries. In fact, digitalization, globalization and deregulation have become powerful forces during the last years, but Porter's models rarely take them into consideration... Chelladurai. P., VLBJCAS, 3rd November 2006 Question Porter's essentially a historical approach cannot provide a full account of either a nation's competitive...
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Business model
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...model with each segment having... NINTENDO’S STRATEGY AUDIT Affiliation Introduction Strategic audits of a company are conducted with the aim of looking into a company’s strategies. It is a systematic way to approach what the company is doing so as to meet its goal. It also works to provide a solution to some of the issues that may limit the attainment of these goals. Nintendo is a gaming company that has had an illustrious history (Srinivasan, 2009). Founded in 1985 according to the company’s website, it has managed to achieve success with close to each of the gaming hardware and software that it has brought to market. The company has been able to differentiate itself and gain a huge following in the...
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Role Model
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...Model Eleanor Roosevelt talks about money and career, sexuality and social issues, in a more understandable manner, for a role model. For instance, she uses her sexuality, as a bisexual, to explain social issues. The rise of fascism was a significant milestone, in the social issues, which were complex stories. According to Roosevelt, understanding fascism entails several settings of time (Abrams, 2001). Therefore, to know this social and political issue, the Americans need to appreciate the situations leading up to its conversion into a fascist state. The upsurge of fascism, in America, was to a particular degree conglomerated and multifaceted process that took place intensely, and was quite...
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Benchmarking Model
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...MODELS 2007 Introduction Although the idea underlying the concept of 'benchmarking' is ancient (learning from others), it was not until the 1990s that benchmarking in private and public organisations became a widely used and recognised term. However, the roots of modern concepts of benchmarking can be traced back to the Xerox case when the famous copier producer took the advantage of learning from its Japanese competitors in the late 1970s - 1980s (Zairi, 1998; Zairi & Ahmed, 1999). Being the pioneer in benchmarking practices, Xerox defines benchmarking as "a continuous, systematic process of evaluating companies recognized as industry leaders, to determine business and work processes... BENCHMARKING...
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Benchmarking Model
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...MODELS 2007 Introduction Although the idea underlying the concept of ‘benchmarking’ is ancient (learning from others), it was not until the 1990s that benchmarking in private and public organisations became a widely used and recognised term. However, the roots of modern concepts of benchmarking can be traced back to the Xerox case when the famous copier producer took the advantage of learning from its Japanese competitors in the late 1970s – 1980s (Zairi, 1998; Zairi & Ahmed, 1999). Being the pioneer in benchmarking practices, Xerox defines benchmarking as “a continuous, systematic process of evaluating companies recognized as industry leaders, to determine business and work processes... BENCHMARKING...
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Conceptual model
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...Model Conceptual Model In the Cultural Heritage: Tangible Circle, buildings and historic places, monuments and artifacts are considered worthy of preservation for the future. Mostly, they include objects significant to the archeology, architecture, science or technology of a specific culture. In this part of the model, places of historical cultural importance bring many benefits to the wider community and shared opportunities and responsibilities for public participation. Here, buildings of cultural significance symbolize a community’s cultural capital. In the cultural Heritage: intangibles circle, there are oral traditions and expressions, including language as a vehicle... ). The training...
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HYBRID MODEL
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...Model The ic definition of American democracy has always been Abraham Lincoln’s “government of the people, by the people and for the people.” This classic definition implies the supposedly intimate relationship between government and the people. However, author Alan Weibe, in his book “Does Democracy Still Work?” objected to this description and called it inaccurate, citing historical facts which illustrate that an “entire panoply of voluntary associations that has drawn the attention of acute observers from Alexis de Tocqueville to Robert Putnam” has made that kind of relationship impracticable to exist. Weibe was referring to institutions and groups like political parties, the press... The Hybrid...
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OLI model
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...MODEL IS INCAPABLE OF FULLY DESIGNING AN INTERNATIONAL CORPORATE STRATEGY Introduction OLI stands for Ownership, Location and Internalization; they are the three core sources of advantages, which underlie a companys decision to be multinational. Eclectic or OLI is an approach to studying a foreign direct investment (FDI). John Dunning developed the model (Faeth, 2009). It has to some extent proved useful in explaining the multinational enterprises (MNEs); it has also inspired some great work in international businesses and economics. In itself has no formal theory that can be served in the scientific way of analyzing data (Beugelsdijk, 2012). The above approach neglects critical issues... DUNNING’S OLI...
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Moral Model
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...Model Essay Introduction Patient came to ER due to motor vehicleaccident. He needed a blood transfusion to live due to hemoglobin 5.4. Patient has belief that transfusions are unacceptable. Patient did not receive the transfusion and died three hours later. There is a clash of values here. The healthcare provider gives much importance to saving or preserving life; the patient gives more importance to his belief against blood transfusion. Aside from this, there is also a moral dilemma. Since the transfusion is not administered and the patient died, the healthcare provider broke the principle of nonmaleficence or harm to the patient (Caplan & Arp, 2013); if the healthcare provider... Applying the Moral...
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Childhood model
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...Models Obesity Model Question One The social cognitive theory explains human behavior as a three-dimensional process where people learn not only from their personal experiences but also through observation (Lieberman, 2010). The fight against childhood obesity relies heavily on advocating behavior change. Social cognitive theory is made up of four key elements that include learning through observation, reinforcement of habits acquired through self-control and belief in one’s ability to change their behavior (Gording, Eccles & Grimshaw, 2008). The process of addressing obesity should focus on these elements in order to achieve lifestyle change. Obese...
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Coaching Model
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...Model Pictorial of the Model The above coaching model incorporates three integral models that play a critical role towards improving employee performance in every organization. Therefore, every manager needs to sit down with his or her employees and use this model to discuss issues that inhibit performance in the organization because it allows employees to give instant feedback to their manager regarding responsibility. The reason why I chose purpose is that employees need to have a sense of personal purpose to help an organization meet its target objectives. An employee needs to be aware that he or she is an integral part of the organizations. The task each employee undertakes plays... Coaching Model...
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Team Model
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...MODEL. DELEGATION AND EMPOWERMENT Affiliated: Introduction The word team model is characterized by merging different factors all together that result in better team performance at any workplace. In the current ever changing dynamics of the business world today flexibility and responsiveness are an integral part of any business or organization that aims high. At the point when pioneers engage their workers to those representatives have the capacity, undertake more noteworthy obligation and management. Remembering the final goal to do. Thus, workers must be given the assets to get this going. Tragically, a few workers frequently feel just as they do not have...
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Linear Model and Nonlinear Model
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...Model and Non-linear Model PART L-R Curve-Fitting Project Linear Model: Swimming, 200 m Breaststroke Women, Summer Olympics 1936-2008 Purpose: To analyze the winning times (Gold times) of the Summer Olympics 200m Breaststroke Women swimming competition using a linear model. Data: The data was retrieved from: http://www.databaseolympics.com/games/gamessport.htm?g=11&sp=SWI DATA LR-2: SCATTER PLOT Correlation coefficient = -0.850933406 L-R 2: The winning times as listed herein includes the gold times (winning times) that were recorded in the Summer Olympics from the year 1936 up to the year 2008. L-R 3: Line of best fit (regression line) Collection and plotting... Submitted by: Mitchelle Linear...
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Leadership Model
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...Model Introduction Leadership and administration models may be characterizedas policies that propose particular initiative practices to use in a particular circumstance or environment. Likewise, they frequently utilize a graphical representation to demonstrate outwardly the obliged leadership conduct. From the individual and expert improvement and coaching connections, workers can accomplish their objectives through learning, strict discipline and access to information. Employees’ objectives can only be achieved through both professional and personal development and nurturing strong relationships among themselves. With some mettle and wisdom, an individual becomes a successful... and an...
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Mathematical Model
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...Model Mathematical models are tools used by mathematicians to formulate real world problems. Mathematical models have been evolving constantly, as scientists and other scholars attempt to express complex problems through mathematical formulations. Models provide an essential link between mathematics and other study disciplines such as economics and philosophy. Models reflect real world phenomenon and this can be confirmed through a suitable test. However not all models can be tested for their application or capability of providing solutions to real world problems. Introduction A model is a representation or an abstraction of a real or abstract system or a process. Thus, mathematical... ? Mathematical...
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Role model
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...models in their life, and these role models influence the way that other people think. One of the most famous people in the world that has been considered by many people in society as a role model is Mahatma Gandhi. He was one of the most famous civil right movement leaders that this world has ever seen. He became well-known for his non-violent resistance to reach his... There are many different views in this world that are held by each individual person. These world views are shaped by the environment, the individual’s upbringing, and the perception that one has towards reality. Even famous people have world views that have become an influence on society. Many regular people see famous people as role...
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Quality Model
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...Model Introduction For a business to succeed, it is necessary to have strategiesto ensure optimal productivity to meet customers’ needs and attain company objectives. Quality management entails customer satisfaction, improving management, involvement of employees and reaching company goals. Total quality management involves every facet of a business together with sections like research marketing, and development, sales and human resources. The basic tenets of total quality management range from satisfying the customer, satisfying the supplier, and consistent improvement of the business. This essay explains the primary elements of the three spheres of quality model. It further... Running Head: Quality...
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Role Model
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...model A term “Role model” can refer to a person or image, which is considered as the example for others. Often it’s a famous figure, whose worldview is well-known. Salvador Dali – a famous Spanish artist of 20th century, - put his life on breaking stereotypes and becoming successful businessman in his area (“straightforward success” and “challenging stereotypes” role models). He was the first to say that there’s no shame for artist to be well-paid. He’s also known as an extremely talented painter, so his personality as his works have a lot of admires and followers to these days. Dali’s worldview can be seen in the way he viewed his career,...
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Leininger's Model
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...Model This paper is focused on the Madeleine nursing theory of transcultural care universality and diversity. The theory is based on clinical experiences in recognition of culture, as holistic perception, was the missing connection in nursing practice and knowledge. Through a creative progression of model resynthesis, explication, and reformulation, the Madeleine theory was set into view as a guide for the expansion of nursing knowledge. The theorist argues that cultural care gives the most important and broadest means to explain, predict and study nursing knowledge and relation on nursing care practice. The author asserts that if one realizes the meaning of care and its processes, one... Leiningers...
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Business Model
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...Model Canvas General Electric Business Model Canvas Introduction Managers who want to improve the effectiveness of their business model and organization, as well as to increase their own ability to manage, use diagnostics/assessments to determine the reality of business effectiveness in comparison to what they originally envisioned. Good feedback contributes to the development of plans to improve business/organizational effectiveness and management performance. To better assess how the firm creates and delivers value to its clients and customer one can use business models. A familiar business model that is used by managers is the business model canvas that evaluates... organizations based on...
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Singapore Model
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...Model Introduction Singapore operates through a trade-focused market economy in which the locals can freely work in any market segment and economic sectors. This arises because of the low tax rates, high per-capita and the least corruption cases experienced in government institutions. In this regard, the government controls the vital economic sectors without interfering with the individual traders. The Singaporean government controls and organizes the production means of the various sectors, such as capital addition, wage employment and centralized management. Although private traders own some of the production means, the state still enjoys considerable control over the credit... Question 3: Singapore...
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Marketing Model
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...model. The marketing promotions and process model has four main stages/steps... to conduct a research on the most appropriate media to use. The organization will then act on the results of the research. The organization also needs to hire a professional advertising firm which should be responsible for developing its advertisements (Rosenbloom, 2013). The fourth and the final stage in market promotion and process model is the target market. This stage involves rolling out the product to the customer for purposes of buying it. Under the marketing system, there is a centralized and decentralized marketing. The preferred model of marketing system is the...
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SPITCEROW MODEL
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...model Explain how the Chechnya conflict is relate to human needs theory Human needs theory aim at explaining human behavior and their social interaction. The social systems in society should always be prepared to handle the needs of the individuals failure to which may lead to instability or changes which are forced through violence and even conflict. According to this theory, conflict is brought about by the unyielding drive of the people to meet the needs of the individual, group or even the whole community that have not been met or when they require to be understood, respected and even considered. Chechens demanded to have their own independent nation free from Russia and also have... Spitcerow model ...
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SPITCEROW MODEL
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...Model Source or Origins of the Conflict The first Chechen War took place from 11 December 1994 to 31 August 1996. This war was between Russia and the Chechen Republic of Ichkeria. What caused the conflict to occur is yet to be authenticated. However, there are those that believe the conflict is historical. Some believe the conflict is because of the tension resulting form the Caucasian War that took place from 1817-184. In this war, several regions were annexed to Russia followed by the ethnic cleansing of the Circassia’s (Turkish Weekly 1). The other source of conflict is believed to have arisen after the break up of the Soviet Union. At this time, 86 of 88 Russian Federal subjects... Spitcerow Model...
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Psychoanalysis Model Over Behaviour Model
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...Model over Behaviour Model" Psychoanalysis is performed to understand the behavior and emotions of the individual. These factors remain hidden in the unconscious mind and generate gloom. These symptoms may in some cases be distinguished while in others it could result in individuality attributes, impede performance in professional as well as personal fronts. All these affects the self esteem of the individual, hence there is a need to undergo psychoanalytic treatment. Psychoanalysis determines the chronological basis of the problem, changes that took place over point in time and enables one to deal with the truth (What is Psychoanalysis?). Introduction... of the personality development is...
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Medical Model and Social Model of Health
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...Model with Social Model of Health” Background The medical model of health gazes at person’s physical functioning and describes bad health and illness as the presence of disease and ill symptoms as a consequence of physical causes such as injury or infections and does not consider social and psychological factors. On the other hand the social model of health glances at how society and our environment affect our everyday health and well-being, including factors such as social class, poverty, poor housing, diet, pollution and income. Introduction Health is conventionally equated to the lack of disease. Absence of a primary pathology was a notion to define one's health... “Compare and Contrast Medical...
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Medical Model and Social Model of Health
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...Model with the Social Model of Health. Debate which Model is most Important to Health Today Giving Examples as to why this might be. Introduction Illness or disease which is defined as deviation from health is currently viewed as multifactorial, and social or psychosocial causes are acknowledged to play important roles according to the current sociological concepts. The aetiological explanation of the disease is now not only the pathophysiological or organic deviations from the normal; rather it is viewed to be having a clear sociological component. Both are implicated in human disease. This debate ensues from the questions which category might be assessed as the more... Compare and Contrast the Medical...
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Medical Model Vs Social Model of Health
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...Model Vs Social Model of Health The WHO definition of health comesclosest to the comprehensive concept of health that can be achieved by the individuals and is aimed by the health care provider. It stands for complete physical, social and mental well being, i.e., being healthy in all the dimensions of life and not just being disease free (WHO, 1948). Health care models - introduction Health care is broadly based on two models of health - the medical and the social model. Medical model of health is essentially, what an average person relates to and expects when visiting a health care practitioner after having developed the signs and symptoms... of an illness. The doctor or the health care...
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