Literacy Practices
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...Practices Literacy Practices We are living in exciting times of change and according to history, with the change of the social context comes the redefinition of literacy, its nature and practice as well. Following the new technological advances, literacy practices are evolving at a faster pace than experienced before. Digital technology changes are happening faster than most people can monitor, and their impact is being manifested almost everywhere. As a result, the nature of the learning environment, the learner and the teacher’s role are being transformed with respect to time. This paper focuses on my literary practices, how they came by and the technological and social perspectives. When... ?Literacy...
Best Practices
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...practice' in production and operations management is essentially false.' Discuss. Best Practices by implication point towards the idea of status quo that works best and is time tested and hence that may be undertaken multiple number of time (templetized) to achieve the same result. But this assumption is itself flawed, since to attain a kind of constancy or to repeat similar or same outcome is not only impossible, but an ideal standard that either deteriorates or becomes inapplicable to random situations or projects that may not be similar. Even when the conditions are similar best practices tend to stunt an organization due to lack of experimentation, challenge or risk and even... 'The notion of 'best...
Best Practices
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...Practices Natural Environment. Major shift in Natural England benefits the Environment. Natural England is the British government’s advisor for wildlife and resource maintenance department. This department works for the betterment of the environment, conservation of natural resources and protecting the wildlife of the country. The new initiative helps the country to save the natural resources and to use them in an effective manner. Natural England emphasized the water companies to establish their commitment towards the natural environment. Natural England insisted that the water catchment areas must be managed effectively so that the water management can be carried out without disturbing... Best...
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...Practices In the hospital setting, there are various ways of employing educational technologies for patient, visitor, nurse, doctor or administrator information. These sectors in the hospitals are considered as learners since learning is a continuous process as such, the hospital should strive to provide a very conducive learning environment. A literal example of learning in the hospital setting is the e-hospital project (“E-hospital, 2009) where they strive to enable long-term patients with the education they need and even a university education. However, in this paper, the situation in the hospital where I am working doesn’t have this context of learning. Rather,...
Past Practices
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...Practices- Urban Growth Introduction Urban growth is the process of expansion of economicagglomerations. Urbanization, structure of cities, organization of economic activities and overall economic growth of a country are important determinants of this expansion. Growth of cities and their past The past always forms foundation for the future and this is true to the growth of cities as well. Past planning forms the basis of present and future developments and with regards to this, planning for safe efficient transportation system, is key to urban growth. Venice, one of the oldest cities in the world had centred the planning of its transport system on water-ways that are in use to this day... Past...
Perioperative Practices
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...PRACTICES Introduction Conventionally the basic safety issues in a perioperative environment as well as practices comprise: sterile surgical theaters with corresponding recovery rooms and sterile modern apparatus; surgical asepsis and basic infection control; Management Stages and Apt Medical surgical staff; checklist and medical record. 1. Sterile surgical theaters Modern day perioperative practices can be conducted simultaneously in set of six or more dissimilar theatres of the surgical departments in medical hospital settings. Independently, this may consists of high technology support accommodations, recovery division, and a stylish computer with refined video scheme... Order 227323 PERIOPERATIVE...
Marketing practices
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...practices and can hence be called an unsuccessful marketing practice (CEM, 1997). They wanted to market Cerelac while the World Health Assembly emphasized breast feeding upto six months of age. Nestle ignored warnings by Gabon’s government not to advertise Cerelac on the television. They had also been trying to market their products directly through private and government hospitals by offering incentives to the staff. This is an unsuccessful and unethical marketing... Marketing is a management process which involves identifying, anticipating, satisfying requirements. It also has to keep in mind the satisfaction of the organization, which translates as the profitability of the firm. This as defined by...
Legal Practices
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...Practices: Business Practice of Employing Child Labor By US Firms Abroad “Real [business]success comes from knowing what you’re doing is the right thing” (Workplace Moxie, 2005). This means not only competitive practices or marketing strategies targeted at consumers for example, but also practices that are legal and ethical overall. These practices can also be at the point of sale but we are concerned mainly with practices during the whole conduct of business operations within the company from the dealings of the management to the job requirements put upon employees. It is neither necessary that what is regarded as legal is also considered... Leadership in Global and Multicultural Organizations Legal...
Discernment Practices
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...practice which is followed by people to acclaim spirituality and peace of mind in their lives. It is also known as the calling from the God himself with regard to the different aspects of the human life. Discernment is the true calling from God when the individual thinks that the right time has come to shape the life as per his needs and desires. The calling could be related to anything, be marriage, a new job, kids etc. Discernment also means the discernment of spirits. It is the evolved concept of understanding the truth from the distribution of energy around oneself. In the space of human individuality, there is a massive... ? Assignment Religion and Theology Introduction Spiritual discernment is a...
Discernment Practices
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...practice which is followed by people to acclaim spirituality and peace of mind in their lives. It is also known as the calling from the God himself with regard to the different aspects of the human life. Discernment is the true calling from God when the individual thinks that the right time has come to shape the life as per his needs and desires. The calling could be related to anything, be marriage, a new job, kids etc. Discernment also means the discernment of spirits. It is the evolved concept of understanding the truth from the distribution of energy around oneself. In the space of human individuality, there is a massive... Assignment Religion and Theology Introduction Spiritual discernment is a...
Local Practices
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...Practices of African Americans al Affiliation Local Health Practices of African Americans Introduction There have been diverse health practices among peoples from varied cultural orientations. For African Americans, several studies have revealed that their overall health condition seems to lag those that are manifested by people from other cultures due to factors innate to their ethnic and racial background (Purnell & Paulanka, 2008). The current discourse hereby aims to present a comparative analysis of the information in the book written by Purnell & Paulanka (2008) regarding African Americans with local practices reported from a family living in the area. Thus, the aim is thereby... ? Local Health...
Nutritional Practices
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...Practices Nutritional practices and behaviors collectively depend on culture, age, education, economic and social condition, health status, household structure and of course access to food. On the basis of such segregated behaviors in the community, the different subgroups, divided on the basis of ethnicity, age, race, income groups etc possibly will respond differently. Describing and analyzing the nutritional practices of the following ethnic groups living in the U.S, is relatively easy however, at the same time, it is difficult to characterize their net effect to account for the health benefits and disease reduction as each of the ethnic group observes diverse eating practices... ? Nutritional...
Literacy Practices
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...PRACTICES In science the use of English language is termed as Literacy Practice and Text-user practices is one of them. Text-user practice is defined as the way texts are used to achieve particular social purposes such as negotiations around a contract which is text written, in group discussions, service counters in bank, using manuals to assemble a piece of furniture or computers, etc. Here the reader uses the text to act on a particular purpose, also uses it to direct others what to do next. These texts become vital when the situation becomes tense, like in large construction buildings where these kinds of texts are very important. Without them the workers life will be in jeopardy... LITERACY...
Accounting practices
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...Practices Ans Some of the issues plaguing the Profession The paper discusses accounting for business combinations. It highlights the differences between 'Pooling method' and 'Purchase method'. The issues plaguing the profession are highlighted by the Exposure Draft (ED) issued by the Financial Accounting Standard Board. Main issues are: i. The existing accounting practices are found to be providing information that is less useful in determining 'firm value' compared to that provided by the 'Purchase Method'. ii. The 'Pooling Method', used at present, imposes added costs to the users and prepares of the financial statements. The allocation of resources is also adversely... Analysis: Accounting...
HR Practices
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...practices. The first one is named, ‘Insights strategies and solutions’ and is placed at the innermost core, while the second one is the outer core of the map and is named, ‘Leading HR’. ‘Insights strategies and solutions’ concentrates on enriching HR practices by providing all the tools and facts that need to be maintained in the development of a viable HR strategy, solutions to address all issues within the strategy, and insights... HR Profession Map Probably in a presentation that helps HR professionals measure up and understand their core competencies best, the HR profession map is a great reminder of all the things need to be kept in mind while acting as a full scale human resource professional. The...
Business Practices
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...Practices The question of what can we do to employ the work organizational principles to our own organization lies with individual dedication to the company. One, regardless of which department or level of management he or she is in within the organization, can make a pace to improve the day-day operations of the company and have a view of how the operations are designed, performed and organized in different sections in the company. Studying the steps of each operation indicates which activities are operating well as well as the ones that are not doing good. Thus selecting the work organization principles that fit the circumstances would assist one in devising... 300118 Reviewing and improving Business...
Literacy Practices
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...Practices Enhance understanding of the Text Introduction The literary practices have transformed from the illustrations of texts as sign arrangements, to the considerations of the meanings of the font types, and finally the analysis of the texts as the actions which achieve the social needs effectively. More emphasis should be placed on factors that are more than the text in order to ensure effective understanding of the communication message. A key example is that a recommendation letter places more emphasis on the origin of the letter, instead of the text content. The signatory of the letter should illustrate authority and an opinion that is more likely to attract respects... Lecturer How Literary...
Working Practices
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...practices and how these need to alter in contemporary society to begin changing the relationship with family life and contemporary demands which are in society. Defining Traditional Work Structures The traditional work structure is one which was based on single individuals in the household being solely responsible for the income and approaches toward family life. The male figure was primarily responsible for going into the work... ?Introduction The traditional concepts of work included timelines which one had to work with as well as set agendas which were required to be achieved each day. This was combined with expectations and alternative structures which were associated with work and the associations...
Leadership Practices
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...Practices Introduction Leadership is an intrinsic part of human behavior that strives for shared learning and collective goals. It is inherently linked to people and serves as strong motivating force to achieve intended goals for desired organization or personal satisfaction. The exemplary leadership qualities and traits that embody great leaders are vital ingredients that significantly impact the followers and motivate them to follow in their steps. The leadership assumptions vis-à-vis organizational leadership, educational leadership, political leadership, cult leadership etc. become vital facilitators that motivate the target group to play crucial part in the success of a leader’s... Leadership...
Management Practices
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...practices at the Achiffa Organization Anglia Ruskin 30th November EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Achiffa organization is a company that manufactures potato based frozen food products.It was started by Gary Achiffa Sr. who started as a farmer before venturing into business. The organization has grown into a large company that supplies its products to various supermarkets, food chains and markets around the world. After the organization was formed, Tom Granham was made the manager but later after the founder’s retirement, he was moved to Operation Management Department as a Director. The general manager’s position was left under Gary’s son, Gary Jr. Currently; the management... ? Systems and Operations Management...
Exporting Best Practices
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...Practices Exporting Best Practices The BIS (Bureau of Industry and Security) is man d with the formulation, execution and interpretation of United States export control strategy for dual use products, technology, and software. Dual use items subject to the Bureau of Industry and Security regulatory control have principally commercial utilization, but also have martial applications. There are various categories of dual use items as outlined in the Commerce Control List. The dual use item is nuclear reactors, under the category of Nuclear Materials, Equipment and Facilities and Miscellaneous Items. These are reactors capable of operating in order to sustain a managed, self-sustaining... Exporting Best...
Parenting Practices over generations
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...Practices over generations Parenting Practices over generations Cognitive ability contributes highly to life chances andhas implications for cycles of merits and demerits across generations. Psychologists and other great thinkers know parenting practices have influence on offspring cognitive development. Parenting is important as is the key to good health, great knowledge, and overall child’s optimal development (Llewellyn, 2010). Research findings link substantial parenting practices with optimized development of parenting trajectory among young children. According to studies carried out by responsive care givers, parenting practices change overtime. This suggests that, parenting... ? Parenting...
Hiring practices IP2
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...Practices IP2 due: Hiring Practices IP2 Companies and organizations should always be aware that management practices could always influence the performance of employees within their organization. Some practices can motivate or demotivate employees’ performance and this, at the long run can affect the profits of the organization. Therefore, in order to achieve an organization’s goals and objectives there is need to eliminate all the possible employment practices that do not comply with the standards and requirements of the employment Act (Tunstall, 2010). To enhance the hiring and employment process is fair...
Benchmarking Sustainability Practices
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...PRACTICES AFFILIATION: Benchmarking Sustainability PracticesBenchmarking sustainability practices is an important area for all businesses to focus on strongly. Sustainability issues maintain the level of success and profitability for the organization and allow them to reap further rewards and benefits from the business that they are conducting. The use of benchmarking practices can be successful for all organization in implying those business practices that can derive optimum level of successful results (Worthington & Britton 2003). Benchmarking practices in the area of sustainability can be implemented by businesses such as tourism business. The economic benefits... BENCHMARKING SUSTAINABILITY...
PURCHASING PRACTICES assignment
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...Practices: Critical Success Factors Unlike domestic purchases, international purchases are affected by numerous factors. To successfully purchase machinery for our company from China, there are a number of critical factors that may come into play. The three critical success factors in our case are economic, cultural and political in nature. Economic factors that come into play include exchange rates, tariffs, inflation and level of competition (Ellram). The exchange rate between the Canadian dollar and the Chinese Yen determines the cost of purchasing and transporting the purchased commodities. If the exchange rate is unfavorable, there is a likelihood that we may be forced to cancel any... Purchasing...
Health Care Practices
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...practices that create conflicts of interest for the stakeholders involved. As such, this paper seeks to discuss three healthcare practices that create conflicts of interests and these include the following: physicians accepting gifts and drug samples, physicians promoting a drug supplied by a certain company as well as physicians having a personal financial interest in the company such that they can prescribe its medical products to patients. The paper will develop and propose one strategy for each practice identified... ?Physicians often relate in different ways with the representatives from the industry but it has been argued that in some instances, this kind of relationship can lead to healthcare...
Foreign Corrupt Practices Act
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...Practices Act was designed to target US companies that were bribing foreign officials to gain a competitive advantage and using... FCPA Paper For the last century the US government has made efforts to curtail and eliminate corrupt businesspractices. The anti-trust legislation of the early 20th century was one of the first serious attempts at reducing domestic corruption. The Securities Exchange Act of 1934, mail and wire fraud legislation, and Internal Revenue codes have all been designed to reduce the opportunity for a business to gain an unfair competitive advantage. With the age of the multi-national corporation and globalization, foreign corruption has become a bigger issue. The Foreign Corrupt...
Management Practices ETC
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...Practices ETC Introduction From the viewpoint of the organization it is observed that the functioning of an organization is carried out in accordance with the management practices in order to meet its objectives along with satisfying the consumer’s needs smoothly and systematically. Further the degree of control associated with management can be defined as the process of performing the functions of an organization methodically and efficiently so as to meet its primary aim. A good and effectual management practice assists a particular organization to ensure higher productivity as well as superior level of performance in comparison to the performances of the other existing organizations... ? Management...
Child rearing practices
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...Practices al Affiliation Introduction Culture and personality are two aspects which really rely on each other. The culture in which a child is brought up in highly affects his/her perception to things and how he/she will handle issues in real life. In this paper we shall compare and contrast the child rearing practices the Hispanic and West Indies cultures to establish the effect of the cultures in the upbringing of the child. There have been deep studies into this matter with some of the analysts claiming that the culture one is brought up in does not participate in molding his perception while others claimed that we are products of our own cultures and the environment that we were... Child Rearing...
Effective Assessment Practices Paper
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...practices paper Effective assessment practices Principles of assessment (1996) define assessment as the process that is employed to identify gather and interpreted information related to a student’s learning. The core purpose of learning is to provide true indicative information on the student’s progress and achievement and enable the setting of appropriate direction for the ongoing learning and teaching. Assessment and grading practices based on the classroom environment have a greater potential to measure, report and promote learning. Research on the effective assessment has documented the possible benefits that accrue to regular users of diagnostic and formative forms... Effective assessment...
Employment Policies and Practices
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...Practices" Table of Contents: Topic Page # Recruitment 3 Selection Process 3 Pre Employment Checks 4 Post Employment Checks 4 Monitoring of Employees 5 Knowledge About Company 5 Employment Problems 6 Employment Termination 7 Improved Employment Practices 8 Bibliography 9 Recruitment: Selection of employees is an important and difficult task. The organization needs to look for those people who can help the organization is attaining their organizational goals. Many organizations, weather it be a government organization, corporate world or a Non Government Organization (NGO) have predefined format of activities for selecting the employees... (IA). IA is department that...
Waste Management Practices
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...practices ever since, a process that began after the First World War. The first major landmark in MSW generation and management was the idea of ‘sanitary landfill’ that was first built in California soon after the First World War (Oklahoma, 2007). Slowly, the landfill trend... Milestones in Municipal Solid Waste Generation and Management Milestones in Municipal Solid Waste Generation and Management MunicipalSolid Waste (MSW), commonly known as garbage has increased in its generation from the nineteenth century, with the rise in population as well as industries and corporate sector. However, the steps in its generation and management have also evolved along with improvement in technology and sanitary...
Best Practices in Corrections
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...Practices in Reentry Programs Best Practices in Reentry Programs Introduction In the parlance of North American criminal justice, ‘correction’ (or ‘corrections’ or ‘correctional’) are collective terms used to describe a range of functions or services that are usually performed or provided by government agencies. These functions or services entail punishing, treating, and supervising people that have been proven guilty of crimes or offenses. Thus, a ‘correctional system’ (variably called a ‘penal system’) is a set of institutions that administer a country’s or state’s prisons and programs of parole and probation. This system is a sub-system of the wider system of criminal justice. The latter... Best...
Marketing Research Practices
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...PRACTICES A qualitative and quantitative research is must in developing a system for marketing analyses. Qualitative research is more of collecting data, conducting interviews, using documents and to understand and explain social phenomenon. Quantitative research involves is of development of natural sciences to study natural phenomenon. Survey methods, formal methods, econometrics, etc., are some of the examples of quantitative research. It's the research and analysis done by the scientists in different kinds of fields like engineering, marketing, etc., yielded fruitful results in the development of different industries, which became more and more consumer friendly. The main... MARKETING RESEARCH...
International Business Practices
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...Practices The organization of a business has huge implications on significant business decisions. When entering a new market,the organizational structure of a company matters in order to employ an appropriate market entry strategy. This paper will look at three different global companies and their respective international market entry strategy. To be able to prove the above statement, it will also be examined whether the chosen strategy is appropriate for the firm. This report will be specifically looking at Coca-Cola, Dell Computers, and McDonalds. Coca-cola Coca-cola is one of the most famous brands in the world. The penetration of the company into the global market... International Business...
Predatory Lending Practices
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...Practices Yvonne L. Academia Research The economic sector has recognized the growing fame of check cashing and lending businesses. Its magnitude of growth has widely targeted most communities from several billions of dollars in equity and people are loosing their homes. Predatory practices have been recognized as the draining point of home foreclosures. Such abusive practice without tangible benefits to the borrower has affected vulnerable citizens and is a cause for concern. Policies that support consumer protection against predatory practices are enhanced through research that work its way to disseminate to the business management groups that favors mutual beneficial relations... Predatory Lending...
Corporate Social Responsibility Practices
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...Practices Introduction The main objective of an organisation is maximisation of shareholder’s wealth and profit. However, the focus of the management of the company is towards fulfilment of customer expectations and creation of shareholders value. The adverse effects of business activities on the environment and community have led to the development of corporate social responsibility (CSR). CSR has become a means of sustainability for most of the organisations. This has led to the development of the entire organisation. The main objective of the study would be to evaluate the concepts of CSR and its impact on the society and community. The concept of CSR assists... ?Corporate Social Responsibility...
Social Accounting Practices
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...Practices,Capacities and Connections within Rural Society: A Case Study of Two Thai Villages Theoretical Framework Before undertaking any research, a theoretical framework should be presented as the foundation that provides a base and support for that particular research (Sevilla et al., 1992). A theoretical framework is a “set of interrelated constructs (concepts), definitions, and propositions that presents a systematic view of phenomena by specifying relations among variables.” (Sevilla et al., 1992) In this research study, the main framework is to describe social accounting practices... ? of Essex BE950 Research Evaluation Projects work II Due: 10/05 Natinee Thanajaro Research Social Accounting...
Mitigation Best Practices
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...practices. The floods - two in the United States, one in the Netherlands and one in China - all caused widespread death and destruction. The four historical disasters studied were: The destruction of Vanport, Ore. when the Columbia River broke through a protective dike on May 30, 1948. The flooding of the Dutch province of Zeeland, where high tides and a huge storm overwhelmed sea walls on Jan. 31, 1953. Extensive flooding of the upper Mississippi River region during the summer of 1993. Floods and mudslides along the Yangtze River in China during the summer of 1998 The study points out that damage from most major floods - and all of those studied... Order No. 185911 Topic: Read two articles Prepared by...
Project Management Best Practices
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...Practices Contemporary project management (PM) produces predictable outcomes that can meet the desired results in a reiterative manner. It is a discipline that requires automated tools and techniques when deployed to support practice and theoretical framework. Most of the literature on PM deals with requirement specification and development. Best practices provoke the need to understand PM in social as well as economic milieu. Smaller to medium size projects have trivial complexities, smaller problems identification and a brief documentation whereas larger projects have complex requirement specification1 and vice... ___________ Grade ____________ d: May-29-2009 Introduction: Project Management Best...
HR practices Business Article
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...practices will ensure better use of talent provided very good information regarding the topic of human resources (Durkin, 2011). The article started by discussing how the human resource practice of a company can add value to a business operation. The human capital of a corporation is its most valuable asset and it is imperative to invest in the asset to gain a competitive advantage. Sometimes companies visualize HR expenses as a burden, but this perspective lacks objectivity due to the fact that these types of expenses add value to a firm in the long term. According to the author evaluating the human resources practices of a firm can help you find way to better employ... ?The article Evaluating your HR...
E-recruitment practices
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...practices Introduction Over the past decade, e-recruitment has exploded in the human resource scene of most organisations, as most have increasingly used internet tools to ensure effective and competitive recruitment of the best in the industry. Recruitment is one of the most critical processes within human resource function as it enables an organisation to have access to talent, and also enables effective attraction and selection of employees (Mondy and Noe, 2008; Feldman and Klaas, 2002:32). The Internet explosion and the high trend towards the digital environment have also moved recruitment to the online environment. Poorangi, Razavi and Rahmani (2011:74) define e-recruitment... ? E-recruitment...
ITPM Best Practices
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...Practices s ITPM Best Practices a. Explain how ITPM best practices can facilitate process change within an organization. Determine if ITPM would be used differently depending upon the industry in which it was used. Explain your answer. ITPM best practices facilitate process change within an organization through addressing issues that arise within the various projects and utilizing the best productive resources to achieve the support required for the business needs. ITPM also defines the direction and tone necessary for the positive execution of projects and also how the right projects address organizational needs for a positive Return on Investment, ROI. ITPM best practice of moving... ITPM Best...
Ethical practices in management
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...Practices in Management Ethical practices in management are incidental to organizational success in the sense that only organizations that practice ethics are successful in fulfilling their vision (Aupperle, Caroll, and Hatfield, 446-463). Therefore, ethical consideration is the key parameter that produces reliable success in organizational endeavors. Though unethical practices may seem profitable in the short run, such practices eventually produce future doom and failure for organizations. As a result, ethical consciousness has become a core factor in the life of modern organizations, and managers are now realizing the significance of ethics in management. To underscore... the importance of...
Chinese Burial Practices
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...Practices The burial ritual is practiced with great reverence and seriousness in Chinesesociety. It is widely accepted that an improper funeral service will bring bad luck to the deceased’s family. Many traditions involving the wake, funeral ceremony, procession and the act of burial itself require many specific procedures that are outlined in this discussion. To a certain extent, various circumstances determine Chinese burial practices and funeral rites such as the reason the person died, how old they were, if they were married or not and what their social status had been. An older person, according to Chinese tradition, does not show respect to someone younger so if a young child... Chinese Burial...
Social Responsibility Practices
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...Practices at Company A This report deals with social responsibility practices at companyA and is addressed to the CEO, Julie Karabetian. It introduces the term Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and explains the concept. It delves into the significance of CSR and enumerates socially responsible business practices. It concludes by a mention about the future of CSR. Table of Contents 1. Introduction 3 2. Concept of CSR 3 3. Importance of CSR 4 3.1 Limiting Litigations 4 3.2 Protecting Brand Image 4 3.3 Customer Satisfaction 4 3.4 Employee Satisfaction 5 3.5 Criticism of CSR 5 4. Socially Responsible Business Practices 5 4.1 Designing Facilities 5 4.2 Developing Process... ? Social Responsibility...
Female Bonding Practices
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...Practices: “Sense and Sensibility”, “Little Women” and “Fried Green Tomatoes” Throughout the history, the establishment of civilization necessitated certain social frameworks of conduct, which eventually took the form of relationship regulation. These today are often discussed in terms of fixed and thus commonly prejudiced connections between people. Contemporary development of human rights and freedoms perspective especially looks at historically oppressed groups of people, such as women. Between them, the relationship that are demonstrated today through variety of means of mass media still can be viewed through the messages that the creators had in mind. Yet, with the evolving... Female Bonding...
Effective Assessment Practices Paper
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...PRACTICE FOR NURSING Introduction Nursing procedure is a precise strategy by which a nurse plans on how to deal and relate with their patients. It involves a critical thinking approach that empowers the medical attendant to recognize persistent issues so that they can organize, convey and assess their mind in the right manner in order to be efficient. In order to give optimal postoperative aid help, nursing practice ought to be focused around the best proof on hand (Ancess, 2000). Enrolled nurses who use various sources to recognize clarification for clinical practice issues and read expert diaries consistently, are more prone to have received the three confirmation based post... EFFECTIVE ASSESSMENT...
ART, PSYCHOLOGY & RELIGIOUS PRACTICES
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...Practices The Mandala in Tibetan Buddhism is a tool used to guide individuals on the path to the deities, who are housed in the middle of the Mandala. It is "a symbol of man or woman in the world, a support for the meditating person (Hansen)." The Mandala is primarily made of sand and allows individuals to become enlightened to the messages of the deities and to develop enlightened minds. The Mandala is used to gain wisdom and compassion - it is one of the most important tools in Buddhism in this sense, as Buddhism teachers compassion and serenity. Other uses for the Mandala, especially for those that are constructed out of sand, are to promote healing and purification... Art, Psychology, and Religious...
Managerial Accounting Practices
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...Practices Managerial accounting is one of the kinds of accounting that provides accounting information to managers of an organization in assisting them making “informed decision”. It provides basis to establish controls in an organizations and to review and improve efficiency in an overall environment of the organization (Northonline, 2007). In contrast to its sister area, financial accounting which is particularly related to providing financial data to external stakeholders, its purpose is to provide accounting information to internal stakeholder of an organization. These stakeholders include employees, management and equity holders. The words, Management accounting, mean... Managerial Accounting...
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