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Disablement Models
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...Models Disablement models have been around for quite a while now and they all aim to provide guidance and help to the disabled in the best possible ways. The key models discussed here are Nagi's model, NCMRR Disability Model, and the WHO ICF model. Nagi's Disablement Model Nagi's model was based on his understanding that the individual and the environment could be studied separately, meaning that family, society, and community factors could all influence disability. His key concept was that disability is a result of a change in the expected interaction between the individual and his/her environment meaning that impairments do not have to result in functional limitations and functional... Disablement...
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Mental Models
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...Models Mental Models Why is it hard for people to change their assumptions? Assumptions are naturally part of metal models, whereby people may assume that someone is not trustworthy acts differently in certain situations compared to someone who is trustworthy (Daft, 2008). Therefore, due to this conviction, people are not willing to change their assumption; instead, they tend to accept assumptions as truth. In this case, this forms a good reason why people are not willing to change their assumptions in numerous circumstances. What are some specific reasons leaders need to be aware of their mental models? Leaders are expected to have an understanding of the ways their metal models affect... Mental...
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Mental models
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...models about your world both assist and limit your perceptions when you meet a person for the first time? Every person has his/her own, inner perspective of the world, with strongly embedded beliefs. People will behave, act, and decide based on their actual mental model that they possess at a subconscious level, not based on the theories or facts which they accept as true. Peter Senge, in his work entitled The Fifth Discipline, defines mental models as “deeply held internal images of how the world really works” (Kaufman et al., 2003, p. 7). These mental models, which can take the form of either complicated theories or plain assumptions, have a great influence on a person’s... ?How can your mental models...
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Leadership models
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...MODELS Introduction Leadership Models or theories have been a central part of organizational managementfor many years. These help to make or break the workforce, and hence, the business. In this paper, four leadership models will be discussed thoroughly first. They will then be compared for any similarities and differences. Finally, their concentration on contemporary leadership issues and challenges will be analyzed, along with their implications for organizations today. Discussion The term 'leadership style' defines the "leadership model'. Style of leadership has been explained as how a person takes his team forward to achieve goals... . This is the simplest definition of a layman. Good...
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Strategic Models
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...Models 2 BalancedScorecard (Kaplan & Norton, 1996) 2 Introduction 3 Application 4 Strategic Models - 2 4 Sand Cone Model: (Ferdows & De Meyer) 5 Introduction 5 Application 6 Strategic Models - 3 6 Introduction: 6 Application 8 Strategic Models -4 9 Introduction and Application 9 Reference: 11 Strategic Models - 1 Balanced Scorecard (Kaplan & Norton, 1996) Introduction The concept of Balanced Score card was introduced by Kaplan and Norton in the year 1996, and is defined as "integrated management method based on key performance indicators which analyzes... Topic: Issues Relating To Operations In A Global Context Pages: 11 Word Count: 1895 Sources: 10 Table of Content Strategic...
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PLMC Models
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...Models Project management life cycle (PMLC) There are five Project Management Life Cycle (PMLC) models that can be used to manage different types of projects, these are as follows: Linear This is refers to a management approach that is a simple based model on the Traditional Project Management (TPM) approach. Linear approach focuses with the logic that the five process groups are based on a linear type flow process (Schwalbe, 2010). That implies that the five process groups are completed in a sequential order from Scope definition to project launch to the final project stage. The Linear PMLC model cannot be easily changed. Incremental This model is similar to linear approach... but in the...
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Nursing Models
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...MODELS OF NURSING 2007 Models of Nursing Nursing models are conceptual models which rely upon certain concepts and theories of nursing and "provide information about: definitions of nursing and nursing practice, principles that form the basis for practice, and goals and functions of nursing" (Wesley, 1995: 2). The evolution of modern nursing models can be traced to the emergence of nursing as an independent field of knowledge and profession in the middle of 19th century when Florence Nightingale differentiated nursing from medicine. Nightingale's model relies exclusively upon the idea that the nurse plays decisive role in shaping the nursing environment to promote the well being of patients... ...
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QA Models
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...Models The management of every organization has the task of carrying out a systematic evaluation and monitoring of the various aspects of their facility, service or project. They do so to ensure that the chances that minimum quality of standards is attained by the organization’s production process are at the highest possible level. These standards include meeting customers’ quality requirements, complying with regulations and complying with regulations. This means they have to engage their minds continuously in calculative thinking. One of the ways of achieving a successful minimization of low quality of standards and increasing high quality of standards is through the...
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Abnormality Models
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...Models Instruction: Task: Introduction Life has several interesting behaviors that are evaluated using the abnormality models in the field of sociology. This means that it is upon the personalities and people around to support the varying methodologies of cure in order to avoid the spread of such illnesses. For example, among the notable models in the abnormality domain include biological model, psychodynamic model, behavioral model and cognitive model. In that context, these models are supposed to instill cure to its patients with the assistance of medical systems that are applied after proper diagnosis (Comer 2010, p.145). However, there are always certain disparities that arise... ?Abnormality Models...
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Business models
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...MODEL: STAKEHOLDER CREDIBILITY ALONG WITH FINANCIAL VIABILITY With consensus on the fact that CEO must be well informed of the company’s business model, there is little agreement on the operating definition of business model. With all innovations, the ground concept of business model remains as Peter Drucker defined that business model shall address the clear customer identification; valued factors by business’ customer and ways to manage to meet customer value demand in cost efficient or profitable way. Concisely, business model shall address two variables; financial viability and stakeholders’ credibility. There has been increasing debate on this aspect of the business model... ORGANISATION’S BUSINESS...
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...MODEL: STAKEHOLDER CREDIBILITY ALONG WITH FINANCIAL VIABILITY With consensus on the fact that CEO must be well informed of the company’s business model, there is little agreement on the operating definition of business model. With all innovations, the ground concept of business model remains as Peter Drucker defined that business model shall address the clear customer identification; valued factors by business’ customer and ways to manage to meet customer value demand in cost efficient or profitable way. Concisely, business model shall address two variables; financial viability and stakeholders’ credibility. There has been increasing debate on this aspect of the business... ?ORGANISATION’S BUSINESS...
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Market Models
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...Models Affiliation: The business operations undertaken by a given firm determine the market model in which that firm operates. The number of players involved, targeted consumers, product and/or service characteristics, and the pricing policies employed also influence the market model that best describes a firm (Taylor & Weerapana, 2009). Intel Corporation, a semiconductor chip maker, operates in a monopolistic competition market model. The company is a U.S-based multinational company, whose operations are technologically driven. The number of players in the semiconductor chip making industry is relatively high, making it necessary for Intel to be as competitive as possible. Although... there...
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Emarketing Models
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...Models As the twentieth century passed by, it churned out one of the greatest technological innovation the world has ever seen- the Internet. Internet has altered the way of our communication, learning and our business. Today at the start of twenty first, we can say that Internet has become a major medium for marketing. Marketers around the world are racing to take advantage of its interactive nature to communicate and foster exchanges and relationships with customers, suppliers, and the public. One thing which is to be noticed is that impact of Internet and WWW (World Wide Web) have spawned every type of business to explore the nature of e-marketing and to enrich relationships... with...
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Economic Models
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...Models Economic Models In the AS/AD model, consider an economy where the level of production is below the natural level The term aggregate demand and supply are economic models, which are closely associated with levels of prices and the actual production that is instrumental in the analysis of business cycle, unemployment, gross domestic production, inflation, and the stabilization policies of an economy. The aggregate supply and demand model is dictated by the standard of the models in the market. This captures the level of interaction between the buyer and the seller in both the long and short-term model. In the economy, there is a great relationship between the demand and the supply... ? Economic...
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Spreadsheet Models
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...model to small and large scale Businesses in the 21st Century: An Introduction A spreadsheet is a rectangular table or grid of information. The word came from "spread" in its sense of a newspaper or magazine item that covers two facing pages, extending across the centrefold and treating the two pages as one large one. The compound word 'spread-sheet' came to mean the format used to present bookkeeping ledgers-with columns for categories of expenditures across the top, invoices listed down the left margin, and the amount of each payment in the cell where its row and column intersect-which were traditionally a 'spread' across facing pages of a bound ledger (book... Discuss the importance of spreadsheet...
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Role Models
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...models Qualities of a good role model Summary of the article- The article is by Freddie Silver who proposes thatyoungsters benefit from having relations with people who are older and wiser who can mentor them. The author claims that effective role models have certain characteristics that make the identifiable as people to look up to. Role models inspire others to undertake changes and work towards newer goals. Main ideas: the author proposes the qualities of a good role model as the following; moral, confident, hardworking, respectful, optimistic, and creative. Useful quotes- “role models who support worthwhile causes and who are willing to act on their beliefs help children develop... and...
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Leadership Models
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...model. The purpose of this literature review is to discuss and analyze Hersey and Blanchard’s leadership model. Situational contingency theories have are organizational development application that are effective... Organization operating in today’s fast changing business environment need to have an executive and management staff that is able to motivate and leadits human resources in order to obtain the optimal performance from its staff. In order for a company to achieve this goal it must adapt a leadership style that is flexible and adaptive to changes in the environment. A leadership theory that can allow companies to achieve their long term goals is Hersey and Blanchard’s situational leadership...
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Leadership models
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...Models Change Models [Institute’s Change Models Since few decades, almost every sector is experiencing a wave of globalization that resulted in a number of advancements, and at the same time, increased the demand of change in an individual, as well as organizational manner. The business arena is confronting similar situations, and every other organization is experiencing changes in its fundamental processes either structurally or culturally (Harrison, 2002). In order to understand the process of such changes, this paper will focus on some of the change models that allow successful integration of shift processes in the organizations. In this regard, the paper will endeavor... Running Head: Change Models...
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Change Models
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...Models Change is a very critical time period for any organization. If this change process is not effectively handled and a systematic approach to change is not adopted, it could lead to negative and unwanted results that the organization had not anticipated. Therefore, a change model must be adopted by any organization that is experiencing change of any sort. In our scenario, the change is a merger of EEST and Ouest Corporation. Both the companies are the same in terms of size and staff count. However, their corporate cultures are different from each other. There are many things that need to be considered before this step is taken. All these factors will be outlined in a change model... . The...
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Ecological Models
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...MODELS The Bureau-shaping typology Toolkit Approaches Ecological Models [The Writer's Name] [The Name Of The Institution] The Bureau-shaping typology / Toolkit Approaches / Ecological Models Introduction As pressure from home industry could generate the demand for exacting kinds of regulation, one more positive clarification provides a basis for why a exact institutional design (in this case, a new rivalry authority) could be complete. This theory quality the allocation decision to political dynamics such as governments strip themselves of disliked decisions, responsibility uneven by politicians, financial plan... Running Head: THE BUREAU-SHAPING TYPOLOGY TOOLKIT APPROACHES ECOLOGICAL MODELS ...
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Marketing Models
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...models are changing. This phenomenon has made marketing a crucial function in many organisations as they try to differentiate their products to suit the new consumer needs and expand their markets. Markets are also unpredictable following these changes, therefore, a company has to market its products to ensure that the consumers are retained and also capture the minds of new or prospective customers (Kotler and Armstrong, 2012). Through marketing strategies such as internet advertising, a company can appeal to more consumers and attract those that are in a younger... Significance of Marketing to Organisational Success Module Significance of Marketing to Organisational Success Marketing is andhas remained ...
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USER MODELS AND MODELS OF HUMAN PERFORMANCE
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...Models and Models of Human Performance "For what a man more likes to be true, he more readily believes." - Francis Bacon (quoted by Margulis (2005), cited in Stein, Larrabee, & Barman, 2008) 1. Introduction to Misconceptions Many errors made by novices learning a domain can be attributed to misconceptions. According to Fisher (1983), misconceptions are ideas that are at a variance with accepted views (as cited in Stein, Larrabee, & Barman, 2008). In common usage, this term refers to students ideas that differ from those accepted by experts in the field (Odom & Barrow, 1995, as cited in Stein, Larrabee, & Barman, 2008). Other labels associated with the term include "misunderstandings", "naïve...
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Business Models and Planning
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...model and planning Question The e-business revolution was so important to the rise in focus on business models because it created the needfor development of new models. The connection between e-business and business models, through development of the internet established e-business as a basis of changes focus of business models. With the development of e-business, there was a transition in the perspective to business models. This is because focus shifted from traditional business models to models that could facilitate profitability of e-business. The e-business concept shifted literature on business models to itself to facilitate new developments in e-business models. In addition... ,...
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User Models and Models of Human Performance
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...Models of Human Performance A human-centered definition of multimodal HCI is based on the fact that humans can receive and perceive information using any one of the five senses and can present information through the use of minimum two response modalities (Baber & Mellor 2001). Multimodal task performance in using a cell phone while driving can be assessed by developing a critical path model. Studies have shown that it using a cell phone while driving affects the drivers’ ability to maintain his lane and draws his attention away from driving, impairing his performance (Sturnquist 2006). There are seven steps that are involved in developing a critical path model (Stanton 2007). The first... Part two:...
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Disablement Models Paper
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...Models Disablement models have been around for quite a while now and they all aim to provide guidance and help to the disabled in the best possible ways. The key models discussed here are Nagi’s model, NCMRR Disability Model, and the WHO ICF model. Nagi’s Disablement Model Nagi’s model was based on his understanding that the individual and the environment could be studied separately, meaning that family, society, and community factors could all influence disability. His key concept was that disability is a result of a change in the expected interaction between the individual and his/her environment meaning that impairments do not have to result in functional limitations and functional... Disablement...
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Valuation models literature review
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...models must be used to come up with a correct recommendation... Introduction: In today’s fiscal world, it is almost impossible to make money without spending money first. In this context, spending money means either investing money into an existing venture or raising capital in order to start a new business. However, the former holds some precedence because it is common knowledge that investing in existing ventures is safer and more cost-effective than starting a new venture. The most important aspect of investment hovers around finding a suitable economy, the most appropriate industry type, and a specific company to invest in. After completing this, in order to make the right decision, valuation models ...
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Business Models On theWeb
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...Models. MITSloan Management. 2010. Web. 23 Sep. 2011 The need for new business... models is rising due to continuous digitization of the business world. A digital business model basically describes how companies digitally interact with customers to generate revenue. Firms should therefore develop effective digital business models with good content and realistic customer experience. The best business model should challenge the current marketing models. Rappa, Michael. Business models on the web. Managing the digital enterprise. 2010. Web. 23 Sep. 2011....
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Memory models and processes
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...Models and Processes Memory Models and Processes Memory is a very important thing in human life. This is because of the way it enables human being in creating new memories, storing them for periods, and recalling them in order to apply them in their day-to-day activities. Memory is referred to in many cases as the process through which human beings acquire, keep, and retrieve information. The three primary processes that are involved in memory are recording, storing, and retrieving. Encoding refers to the process to which the human brain changes information to its usable form. Encoding is usually proceeded with storage of the encoded information. The stored information mostly lies outside... Memory...
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Computer Models Comparison
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...Models Comparison With numerous computer manufacturing companies having emerged in recent years, and the market now being awash with countless computer brands and models, one of the major dilemmas facing organizations today is that of choosing the most appropriate computers for their needs. On one hand, organizations are usually apprehensive that they may end up with cheap models that can hardly meet their needs. On the other hand, organization are wary that they may spend lavishly on a particular brand or model only to realize that it is loaded with capabilities that the firm would hardly need in the next decade or so, which translates to wastage of resources which could have been used... ?Computer...
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Models of Leadership
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...Models of Leadership & The Analysis of Practice Table of Contents Introduction3 Background4 Data Collection...5 Models of Leadership6 Definitions6Critical Analysis.10 Application of the Models...13 Company Background...13 Rationale of Company Selection...13 Leadership in the Organization..15 Conclusions...19 Bibliography.20 Appendix...22 Introduction Leadership does not involve just taking the charge and asking others to follow whatever the leader says. This was the old concept of leadership and is not applicable at present. Presently, leaders are people who have the courage and enthusiasm to step into a really difficult situation and then quit with making a visible positive difference... ...
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Models of Judicial Review
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...Models of Judicial Review Models of Judicial Review Judicial review is integral for any nation that believes in the fidelity of law. This means that such nations must identify with a suitable of model of judicial review to assist them test the constitutionality of statutes or treaties as demonstrated in this paper (Forsyth, 2000). Integration of a diffuse model of judicial review has been critical in the US for several reasons worth noting. However, it is first essential to define judicial review and its applications in the justice system. Judicial review, therefore, encompasses the authority of a court to evaluate the...
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Models of Economics
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...Models of Economics Economic Models Introduction This paper will evaluate and analyze the four economic models; Chicago School Of Thought, Keynesian economic Theory, Socialism/Communism, and Development Economics. The Chicago school of thought came about in the 1940s at Chicago University and it is based on the free market tenet. On the other hand, the Keynesian economic theory describes total spending in an economy and its impacts on inflation and output while the socialism/communism model focuses on the equitable distribution of resources. Lastly, the development economic model aims to improve the...
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Stag Hunt Game Models
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...models Insert (s) Stag Hunt game models Stag hunt is a game that defines the conflict as well as the dilemma between social cooperation and safety. In this kind of game, two players may choose to hunt a hare and a stag individually. Each player is however usually required to make their choices without letting it known to the other party. The two individuals must however seek the cooperation of each other in order to succeed in their game (Bacharach, 2006, p.67). For example an individual can successfully hunt down and get a hare by hunting alone but a hare is considered to be worth significantly less than a stage. Consequently derived from stag hunt game is often used as one... between stag...
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Management Models: An Overview
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...Models: An Overview “The principal object of management should be to secure the maximum prosperity for the employer, coupled with the maximum prosperity for each employee”. In today’s fast paced, hi- tech world, the demand for efficient systems of management in organization is very high. We experience the greatest complexity of human management techniques, from households, governments, trade unions through multi-faceted business empires. This has aroused a drive towards bigger, better and more complicated systems of human resource management. Coupled with the innovations in such systems is the parallel growth of study and research in the same field. Most scholars have proposed different... Management...
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Economics Economic Growth Models
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...models: Neo ical, New Growth Theory, and Keynesian. The effects of war on each model is also explored. The Neoclassical growth model has its origins in 1800's through the works of William Stanley Jevon (Theory of Political Economy, 1871), Carl Menger (Principles of Economics, 1871), and Leon Walras (Elements of Pure Economics, 1874). Neoclassical economics gained further with the work of Joan Robinson and Edward Chamberlin. Robinson's The Economics of Imperfect Competition and Chamberlin's The Theory of Monopolistic Competition (both published in 1933) focused on models of imperfect competition. Their work led... This paper is a detailed summary of the following broad types of economic growth...
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Corporate Governance Models
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...MODEL & STAKEHOLDER MODEL Below is a comparison of the two models of corporate governance: Shareholder value and Stakeholder. [Source: Governance Models] The shareholder value is designed in such a way that the only the shareholders and executives will earn high returns on the stocks they have invested. As seen above, the shareholder value focuses wholly on the shareholders and ignores the other stakeholders of the company such as employees, suppliers and customers. As the time passed and new developments came about in corporate governance, the theory underlying the shareholder value model changed to a certain extent but the theory is still followed as the new theory... ‘The Stakeholder...
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Business Models On theWeb
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...Models on the Web Business Models on the Web Telco. September 21). YouTube: Recent Improvements could Change the Game (Again). Retrieved September 21, 2011, from Telco Research: http://www.telco2research.com/articles/AN_YouTube-change-game_Full The internet has facilitated major changes in the business models through which many businesses operate. It has led to reinvention of some of the existing models and in some cases introduction of new models. The internet has an immense potential for profit making. Innovation is therefore required in order to gain from this potential. This article by Telco talks of changes in YouTube. It shows how YouTube makes its website more attractive... Running head: Business...
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Alternative Finance Models
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...Models The global financial crisis which took place in the summer of 2007 spread like virus to countries all over the world including Europe and North America. According to a study over 100 such financial crisis have taken place so far and many scholars are now starting to doubt the financial system that countries have been following for years(Stiglitz,2003). After the end of World War II there have been various innovations in the Banking sector and communication and technology have played a major role in aiding these innovations. The question is, however, whether the financial system that countries have been following is reliable or not. The system failed in the recent financial... ?Alternative Finance...
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Athletes as Role Models
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...models Annotated Bibliography Athletes as Role Models" The Sports Law Professor. 2007. 9 June 2009. http://thesportslawprofessor.blogspot.com/2007/07/athletes-as-role-models.html This article emphasizes the fact that athletes are already working as role models for children by displaying great values in their respective field of sports. They are definitely demonstrating higher levels of attentiveness, diligence, determination, training, rational behavior, respect for rules, sportsman spirit, elegance while playing in stress, endeavor for achievement. According to the author all these virtues are openly displayed by the athletes and people should follow them instead... of catching their minor...
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Staffing Models and Strategy
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...models are crucial to any form of business because there is a direct link between staffing models and organizational strategy. Good staffing models streamline organizations' strategic directions while at the same time improve employee productivity. Repeatedly, human resource managers and other administrative personnel complain about the lack of results after implementing changes in their staffing duties. Additionally, some managers claim that there is no link between staffing changes and organizational performance. These negative responses emanate from the fact that such mangers may not have utilized good staffing models to improve their organizational strategy. How staffing... Introduction Staffing...
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The dividend discount models
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...Models Introduction Common Stocks represent an ownership position in a firm. This position en s the holder to several privileges. An important part of value investing is valuation of common stock. There are several methods of common stock valuation, some of which we discuss in this paper. 2. Methods of Common Stock Valuation The prominent methods of common stock valuation are: The Dividend Discount Models, the FCFF Model, The P/E Model, the Multiples Approach, Yield based valuation models, and the Balance Sheet Approach. 2.1 Dividend Discount Models The Dividend Discount Models mainly predict the dividends, and net present value of a common stock. According... Common Stock Valuation...
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Business Models and Planning
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...Models and Planning Business Models and Planning Introduction Business planning is the act of defining allthe goals, actions and the strategies – which a business is to take or put into account, so as to ensure that the venture survives and grows. Business planning may be slit into two major parts, these including profit-making venture planning and contingency venture planning. For profit-making venture planning, overall business planning must be carried out, especially, for startup businesses, as it aids in the starting and the running of the venture in a successful way. A business plan is the formal account of the venture’s goals, the rationales as to why the goals are attainable... ? Business Models...
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Decision making models
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...models of decision making namely: Vroom-Yetton- Jago normative decision making model as well as De Bono’s thinking hats decision making model on how they impact on the operations of the organisation as a whole. The essay will also... ?Decision making is one of the most- if not the most important of all managerial activities (Schultz et al 2004:163). However, decision making is notonly restricted to managers but is one of the primary responsibilities of all employees since the quality of decisions made directly affect their day to day operations, rewards and job satisfaction as well as the viability of the organisation as a whole. Against this background, this essay seeks to critically describe two models ...
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Models of Change
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...Models of Change Case Study 5 Key Issues, Goals and Options of the Change The training team from the midsized organization needed to change its training formula from the traditional outsourcing to the internal training method. The external training was being carried too often and yet their performance was still lagging behind. The goal of the training team was to increase its potential as well as improve its service delivery through non training methods in order to change its performance problems. The aim was to develop a procedure that could be used to choose an internally performance improvement mechanism, that would guarantee the projects value added results (Van Tiem,...
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Athletes being role models
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...Models Paper One: Argument to Inquire The notion of a role model is often discussed upon in public discourses. It is used as a discussion tool in debates promulgated by the media about issues ranging from gender equality to moral education of children. A role model is popularly assumed to be someone one can look up to and be inspired from. Such a person has personality and values that one would emulate. However, the concept of a role model is more than what the definition of a person one can look up to entails. In a study, psychologists who had asked their patients about their role models were unable to place how the role models impacted them. At that time... Judy Lloyd 31 July Athletes as Role Models...
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Business Models and Planning
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...Models and Planning Academic Lecturer’s Number Due Picking up old and unused clothes is a business that isnot only meant for monetary benefit, but also for environmental benefit. Keeping environment safe is one way of making business more comfortable than when it is untidy. It helps in the reduction of different impediments such as sickness and little customer turnout. There are methods that are applied in the business where those who take part in the business benefit from the service they provide to one another respectively. The most important factor in any business is how it operates, and the facilities involved. In this business; picking unused and old clothes, the daily operation... Business Models...
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Change managemaent models
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...Models Introduction The implementation of change management in the existing business scenario has become pivotal part for every organization to sustain in the competitive market. The constant evolution in transformation in every successful organization can be immense or minutest. There are many types of change management models that organizations implement to improve the performance of company and efficiency of the workplace environment. This essay will discuss about the change management models that companies must implement. Discussion The application of change management has become an inevitable part of every organization. The integral competent of every organization is to choose... Change Management...
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...Models of teaching al affiliation Models of teaching In the contemporary world, it is mandatory that teachers focus on devising new teaching methodologies that will give their students a chance of attaining their best within their ability. In this context, the need to access novel materials has recorded an escalating trend in most educational institutions. In light to this argument, Joyce, Weil & Calhoun’s (2008) work hit the headlines as one of the most resourceful book in the context of provision of strong basis for tutors. The book has been credited for its ability to offer the best methodologies on teaching methods by tutors, in an attempt to come up...
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Business models group project
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...Models for Electronic Markets The article that was written by Timmers discusses the various business models thatexist in electronic commerce. The author begins by defining electronic commerce as a form of business that involves the electronic exchange of tangible goods such as physical products and intangible ones such as information (Timmers 1). The author also argues that although there are new business models of conducting business electronically, some techniques of this form of business, for example, Computer Assisted Life-cycle Support (CALS) and Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) were developed long ago in the twentieth century (Timmers 1). This argument indicates that electronic... Business Models ...
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Aircraft Accident Models
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...Models Aircraft Accident Models The article discusses inherent importance of monitoring health related issues within rotatingparts of turbine engines in aero designs. Monitoring of health conditions in such rotating components of an aircraft is imperative in enhancement of engine reliability and safety. Ability of aero engineers to monitor health conditions in aircraft rotating parts is domineering in preventing accidents and increasing longevity of engine components (Woike, Abdul-Aziz, Oza, and Matthews, 2005). Though effective monitoring of aero rotating engines is imperative in prevention of accidents, instrumentation of such applications poses an immense challenge... . Instrumentation...
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