Television Programmes
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...programmes, The Simpsons and South Park, have both been heated topics of debate and continuous sources of controversy.While outwardly seeming to be simple satires on the American family and community, both sitcoms have been groundbreaking and innovative as they deal with modern social issues.But while both appear to be working towards the same end, each has its own agenda.The Simpsons, while satirising common stereotypes, brings a level of humanism to its characters and invokes sympathy from its audience.South Park, however, tends to do the exact opposite by initially presenting its characters as intelligent and reasonable and then ultimately revealing them to be biased... Two popular television...
Loyalty Programmes
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...Programmes Assessment of the Success and Failure of Loyalty Programmes in Restaurants and Hotels Introduction In most businesses today, a large part of sales results from repeat purchase by customers. This fact is being increasingly recognised by enterprises and there is an effort to tap this propensity among consumers, by way of "Loyalty Programmes" to encourage purchase. With airlines introducing frequent flier privileges, credit card companies offering reward points to customers through discounts on specific purchase and retail stores offering redeemable gift coupons, loyalty programmes have deeply percolated the business thought process... . This dissertation aims to understand...
Management of health programmes
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...Programmes: Professional Integration (SLP) Sathya Prakash Manimunda Management of Health Abstract Traditionally a physician is a petty individual businessman. Due to the market pressures of changed times the physicians are forced to integrate. In this session long project (SLP), one such successful attempt is highlighted. The changes brought about and the method adopted is narrated... ...
Correctional Educational Programmes
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...programmes, including religious aimed to educate and adjust prisoners. (11) Shame among prisoners regarding their own convictions (depending on types of criminal offense they committed). For instance, an inmate from biblical studies corner refused to pronounce his conviction, referring to it as "opening door to Satan," allowing demons to take over his life and choosing life of visions, dreams (later during interview audience learns that this corner is a corner where "people don't... RESEARCH METHOD ON SOCIAL SCIENCE ASSESSMENT Difficult living conditions in prisons, which lead to points where people prefer actually to die. (2) Past memories about committed crimes and other life circumstances. (3) Interrog...
strategic change programmes
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...Programmes Readiness, capa capability and diversity are some of the elements or contexual issues that influence the success of strategic change programmes. In the context of the Namibian Ministry of Health and Social Services, programmes have been initiated that would address the rising maternal-mortality rate. The permanent secretary in the Ministry of Health and Social Services, Andrew Ndishishi, indicated that the ministry had failed in the supply of staff uniforms for a number of years. He also added that the responsibility of providing patients’ attire and bedding were left to the patients themselves to fend for themselves. This shows the failure of the ministry’s procurement... Strategic Change...
Loyalty Programmes in Hotels
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...programmes to businesses and more specifically examine the value of loyalty programmes to hotels. Review of secondary data is applied to understand the value of loyalty programmes to businesses while a survey among hotels is conducted to examine its value to the hotels. Loyalty Programmes are defined as "schemes offering delayed, accumulating economic benefits to consumers who buy the brand. Satisfaction does not equal loyalty. A customer can be very satisfied with the product, but still be not loyal towards it (Charles W. Lamb, 2008). In order to encourage loyalty, firms develop loyalty... Introduction Brief overview and background This research attempts to gain an insight into the value of loyalty...
Facilities Management Programmes
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...Programmes in s of higher learning in the United Kingdom and the requirements of Industry: How do they measure up Institution: Date: 1. Introduction Currently the facilities management ranks among the fastest growing sectors in the United Kingdom. This year, the sector accounted for 7 percent of the GDP of the country (Botty 2004). At the same time, this sector takes charge of a majority of the services that offers support to the running and maintenance of buildings, hospitals, schools and offices. Ever since the 1990s, there has been witnessed a massive growth in both the public and the corporate sectors, and this has meant an increased business... for the professionals in the...
Training and Development Programmes
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...programme according to the above models used. Action plans at the end of the training also reinforce the training goals and objectives. Also included is a technique for calculating the Return on Investments for any training activity, ollowing the Phillips model. Level 1 Questionnaire Goal: To gather opinions/reactions from the trainees on general perceptions before and after the course. Questions are asked on: training goals, training methods, the instructor, the environment in which training occurred, the general feelings... in a future...
The value of loyalty programmes
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...Programme 16 2.3. How are Loyalty Programmes Designed? 17 2.4. Why is loyalty important? 21 2.5Critical analysis... Contents Contents 1.Introduction 2 1Brief overview and background 2 2 Rationale for research 6 3 Research Objectives 6 4 Structure ofthe research 7 2.Literature Review 8 2.1 What does Loyalty mean? 8 The customers’ loyalty falls into four categories. These can be depicted by means of a loyalty grid. Every firm has a mix of customers with varying degrees of loyalties. A loyalty grid helps the firm to understand its customers better. It helps the firm to identify where it that the firm is lacking and what improvements to make to move to the higher level in the grid. 13 2.2. Loyalty Prog...
Loyalty Programmes in Hotels Essay
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...Programme 17 2.3. How are Loyalty Programmes Designed 19 2.4. Why is loyalty important 23 Critical analysis of Loyalty... Contents Contents Introduction 2 Brief overview and background 2 2 Rationale for research 7 3 Research Objectives 7 4 Structure of the research 8 Literature Review 9 2.1 What does Loyalty mean 9 The customers' loyalty falls into four categories. These can be depicted by means of a loyalty grid. Every firm has a mix of customers with varying degrees of loyalties. A loyalty grid helps the firm to understand its customers better. It helps the firm to identify where it that the firm is lacking and what improvements to make to move to the higher level in the grid. 14 2.2. Loyalty Programme...
Loyalty Programmes in Hotels Statistics Project
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...programme (questions 1-5) Examine the objective of loyalty programmes offered by hotels and how these are managed (questions 6-9) How hotels measure the objectives achieved on implementation of the programmes (questions 10-15) Whether hotels perceive a need for loyalty programmes for loyal customers (questions 16 and 17) The questionnaire will also capture data on: Name of Hotel: Type (Five Star/ Four Star/Three Star): Number of rooms: Average Occupancy: The detailed questionnaire is presented below... Questionnaire: The questionnaire will comprise both open ended and close ended questions and will be personally administered. The questionnaire objectives will be to: Assess how hotels design loyalty prog...
Success and Failure of Loyalty Programmes
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...Programmes in Restaurants and Hotels Introduction In most businesses today, a large part of sales results from repeat purchase by customers. This fact is being increasingly recognised by enterprises and there is an effort to tap this propensity among consumers, by way of “Loyalty Programmes” to encourage purchase. With airlines introducing frequent flier privileges, credit card companies offering reward points to customers through discounts on specific purchase and retail stores offering redeemable gift coupons, loyalty programmes have deeply percolated the business thought process. This dissertation aims to understand how loyalty programmes... are designed and if they have been of value to...
The methodology of scientific research programmes
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...Programmes A critical look at the Lakatos’ account of the scientific method shows that the Lakato’s account ofthe scientific method is an improvement of both Karl Popper’s and Kuhn’s Philosophies of science. For better understanding of how Lakato’s account of the scientific method is an improvement of Popper’s and Kuhn’s philosophies of science it is instructive to briefly look at Popper’s and Kuhn’s accounts of the scientific method. According to Karl Popper, science grows and proceeds through conjectures and refutations. For Popper, every scientific theory or hypotheses must be falsifiable. The main weakness of Popper’s account of scientific method... the anomalies in the existing paradigm....
MSC MANAGING MAJOR PROJECTS AND PROGRAMMES
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...Programmes course. My decision to specialize in this course was based on its close relation to my present job requirements, existing acquired skills and experiences. I have also arrived at this decision considering the recent business trends emerging like the widespread of project management base work around the globe, the wider coverage of project management, the thin layer of available project managers against the soaring demand for them and the issue of a popular published international corporate magazine which rated “project management” as the number one career choice of this millennium. I have chosen... To warrant a good stable, paying job in this busy, globally competitive world, one must learn...
Successful SSR programmes can never be genuinely locally-owned. Discuss
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...Programmes Can Never be Genuinely Locally-Owned Table of Contents Introduction 3 Importance of SSR Principles 4 Holistic Approach to SSR 4 Promotion of National or Local Ownership 5 Viability, Affordability and Sustainability of the SSR Approach 6 Prioritising Effective Governance relating to Civilian Oversights, and Sensitive Gender Issues 6 Examples of Efforts to Promote Local Ownership 7 Challenges Attributed in the Local Governance Principles of SSR Programmes 8 Ineffective Priorities and Aims in both Short and Long-term Goals 9 State Centric Approach 10 Political Legitimacy for Foreign Intervention 10 Critical Evaluation 11 Reluctance to Promote Local Ownership 12 Marginalisation... Successful SSR...
Role Played by Community Programmes in Shaping Education
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...Programmes in Shaping Education By + Role played by Community Programmes in Shaping Education Background Education has expanded beyond the confines of classrooms. The fact that a growing adult’s education entails improving the different aspects of their lives has had a major effect on students, contributing to the inclusion of community programmes in education. Research undertaken on education posits that academic success on its own does not define the basis of education. Most schools have a curriculum designed to produce students who are both academically successful and socially and psychologically well trained. This marks the basis for the introduction of community... Role played by Community...
Battling Obesity in Adults with health promotion programmes
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...Programmes Obesity is becoming very common with the current lifestyles of people. Nowadays, life ismade more convenient by technology and the accessibility of basic needs. For example, instead of walking to the store to buy things, one can just call for delivery. Instead of cooking food from scratch, one can just buy “fast food” or heat up instant meals in the microwave oven. These lifestyle habits are likely to cause weight gain in people especially if they do not engage in physical activities. If not controlled, it can even lead to obesity. It is posing a big health problem not only of the individual but for families and society in general (Ahima... ?Battling Obesity in Adults with Health Promotion...
Advocacy Assessment based on Conditional Cash Transfer Programmes... (see attachment)
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...programmes... of the men in home chores to make the realization of women empowerment a tangible reality under the CCT program for Nicaragua. Of course, as usual, targeting is important and this is also emphasized in the strategy that was outlined. References Bradshaw, S. (2008) ‘From structural adjustment to social adjustment: A gendered analysis of conditional cash transfer programmes in Mexico and Nicaragua’. Global Social Policy. 8 (2) pp. 188-207. Benderly, B. (2011) A bargain or a burden? How conditional cash transfer (CCT) program design affects the women who participate in them. Retrieved February 4, 2012, from...
The effectiveness of training and development programmes in organisation
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...programme according to the above models used. Action plans at the end of the training also reinforce the training goals and objectives. Also included is a technique for calculating the Return on Investments for any training activity, ollowing the Phillips model. Level 1 Questionnaire Goal: To gather opinions/reactions from the trainees on general perceptions before and after the course. Questions are asked on: training goals, training methods, the instructor, the environment in which training occurred, the general feelings of the trainees. The Questionnaire... Training Evaluation Questionnaires Evaluation Model In designing these training evaluation questionnaires, we have followed the Kirkpatrick...
Comparative Analysis of Keys to Successful Revenue Synergy Programmes
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...Programmes Although growth has been the leading objective of post merger integration to ensure value addition yet a number of companies pay least attention towards attaining revenue synergies. The answer to this can be seen in the market behaviour; the markets show inclination to ignore revenue synergies; as an outcome, companies consider only to reduce cost. Revenue synergies are not easy to gain because of cross-selling functions, which can be problematic to deliver. That’s the reason behind companies’ preferences for achieving cost synergies at the loss of revenue synergies. It is quite interesting to know why companies do not make... Topic: Comparative Analysis of Keys to Successful Revenue Synergy...
Transferability of outdoor management development (omd) programmes in organisations
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...Programmes in Organisations Acknowledgment This research observed the collective contribution of a number of people. These people not only provided their valuable time but also facilitated me with their guidance wherever I became unable to comprehend any part of the dissertation. First of all, I received so much inner wisdom and courage from the God Almighty, without His mercy, this would have not been possible for me. For that I am ‘thankful’ to God. Undoubtedly, my honourable Supervisor Mr. Name of Supervisor considerably supported and helped to complete this assignment. Throughout the entire period in fulfilling the objectives... ?Topic: Transferability of Outdoor Management Development (OMD)...
Call Handler Training Programmes: Is Modular the Answer?
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...Programmes: Is Modular the Answer Call Handler Training Programmes: Is Modular the Answer In the United Kingdom, a united police force does not exist. Various police forces are organised at the district level only, and there are presently 43 such forces (Policing 2006). Given the local focus on different types of crime in these districts, a single police organisation would be hard pressed to offer training throughout the UK that would cover all areas. The Association of Chief Police Officers in England, Wales & Northern Ireland (ACPO) and the Association of Chief Police Officers in Scotland (ACPOS) are the two major organisations involved in trying to coordinate police... Call Handler Training...
Special education programmes in preparing students for the adult world
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...programmes can help in preparing for the adult world. Although, special education programmes playa very significant role in improving academic performance of students with disabilities, it is also important for these programmes to equip disabled students with skills, to help them face the challenges of the adult world. This can be done if an effective transitional planning has been charted for the student in school. As per the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), transition planning is required to be a part of the Individualised Education Program (IEP). By the time the student turns 15, the first IEP that is designed must include student’s... The paper explains how special education...
Comparative Analysis of Keys to Successful Revenue Synergy Programmes
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...Programmes Although growth has been the leading objective of post merger integration to ensure value addition yet a number of companies pay least attention towards attaining revenue synergies. The answer to this can be seen in the market behaviour; the markets show inclination to ignore revenue synergies; as an outcome, companies consider only to reduce cost. Revenue synergies are not easy to gain because of cross-selling functions, which can be problematic to deliver. That’s the reason behind companies’ preferences for achieving cost synergies at the loss of revenue synergies. It is quite interesting to know why companies do not make... ?Topic: Comparative Analysis of Keys to Successful Revenue Synergy...
Business programmes teach techniques such as SWOT analysis
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...programmes teach techniques such as SWOT analysis. Outline the components of SWOT analysis technique and illustrate its application to different business situations. Evaluate their effectiveness The purpose of this essay is to evaluate the SWOT analysis as a strategic planning tool. The first part of this essay will provide the relationship of the SWOT analysis to strategic management, which will be followed by a brief description of the SWOT analysis. The next part of the paper will evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of the SWOT analysis in relation to its application as a strategic planning tool, which will be followed by a typical case in the use of the SWOT analysis. The final... ?Business...
The Case for Literature-Based Reading Programmes at the Elementary School Level
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...Programmes at the Elementary School Level The importance of children's literature in reading programmes for elementary-aged children remains the subject of debate. On the one hand, many teachers and scholars believe that children's literature is an extraordinarily valuable part of the elementary-school curriculum. This view has been the dominant one over the past twenty years. Indeed, "The whole language and literature-based reading movements of the 1980s and 1990s fostered a burgeoning interest in children's literature, unlike any seen previously in elementary reading education" (Serafini, 2003, np). The publication of children's literature has increased... The Case for Literature-Based Reading...
The Role of the Mentor In Organising, Managing And Leading Programmes of Learning In Clinical Education
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...programmes of learning in clinical education As one of the dynamic activities in the world today, clinical practice requires substantial knowledge and learning enhancement activities. From organising, managing down to leading programmes, mentors play crucial tasks in these areas. They need to ensure that learning is ensured at its best at the highest possible level. Not only that, patients are becoming sophisticated which makes them to demand highest possible quality care that they deserve. This means more strong efforts towards obtaining optimum learning are needed for mentors to substantially explore or initiate in order to make sure... ?The role of the mentor in organising, managing and leading...
The role of the mentor in organising, managing and leading programmes of learning in clinical education.
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...programmes of learning in clinical education Introduction These days, clinical practice is one of the most dynamic activities in the world which requires substantial knowledge and learning enhancement activities. This is the very reason why mentors play crucial tasks in this area. They need to ensure that learning is ensured at its best at the highest possible level. Not only that, patients are becoming sophisticated which makes them to demand highest possible quality care that they deserve. This means more strong efforts towards obtaining optimum learning are needed for mentors to substantially explore or initiate... ?Critically explore the role of the mentor in organising, managing and leading...
The Influence of Loyalty Programmes on Customer Loyalty in Banking Sector.
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...programmes on customer loyalty in banking sector. The objectives of the project are to Analyses the factors that influences the loyalty of the customers in the banking sector To analyses the influence of quality on satisfaction Any changes in the customers loyalty patterns Recommendations on how banks can improve customer loyalty. Research questions The following are the research questions associated with the project... ?The Influence of Loyalty Programs on Loyalty in Banking Sector Contents The Influence of Loyalty Programs on Loyalty in Banking Sector 1 Contents 2 Introduction 3 Literature Review 4 Methodology 6 Resources/ Data Access 7 Reference 8 Introduction Customer loyalty has received much...
Critically explore the evidence evaluating the effectiveness of therapeutic interventions in offender treatment programmes commo
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...programmes citing instances where it has been effective or ineffective; in addition, some issues that should be taken into account when the evidence of these interventions is being evaluated such as gender and comorbidity will be discussed as well. Forensic Intellectual disability settings are facilities that provide improved Psychological treatment to offenders with intellectual impairments such as learning disability or any similar... ?Introduction The practice of de alization has revolutionized the nature of study and researches that are carried on convicts with developmental infirmities, shifting the emphasis of research from organizations in particular to the society in general (Taylor and Lindsay...
How Effective Are Educational Programmes in Improving Self-Management for Patient with Type 2 Diabetes
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...Programmes in Improving Self-Management for Patient with Type 2 Diabetes Objective: To analyze the effectiveness of various educational programs for patients with Type 2 diabetes, eliminate the drawbacks in them, create a unique self-management plan and measure its effectiveness in comparison to the previous studies. Design: Nearly 200 diabetic patients were selected from 8 primary health care centers. They were coached according to the new self-management program. Their progress was monitored constantly and they were given a questionnaire to fill in periodically. Five parameters including their weight, severity of the illness, glycaemic level, and understanding... ?How Effective Are Educational...
Teachers Viewpoint on the Impact of Applying Distance Training on the Participation in Training Programmes
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...Programmes The research has an objective, to evaluate the role of teachers and their deliberate efforts subjected to internal work place and external societal pressures. According to the official standard of a country, the training of teachers is a program which leads to an enhanced status of qualified teacher. When enhancing professional progression, and advancement of teachers, there lays immense importance, and adequate training for teachers either via distance training programs, face to face, and online programs, there are various aspects, which relate to the participation of teachers in training... Teachers’ Viewpoint on the Impact of Applying Distance Training on the Participation in Training...
How Effective Are Educational Programmes in Improving Self-Management for Patient with Type 2 Diabetes
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...Programmes in Improving Self-Management for Patient with Type 2 Diabetes Table of Contents 0. Introduction 3 2.0. Background/Justification of the Review 4 3.0 Aim, Objective and Purpose of Proposed Review 7 4.0 Methodology 7 4.1 Search Methods 7 4.2 Critical Appraisal 9 4.2.1 Research Aims and Hypothesis 9 4.2.2 Literatures Reviewed 10 4.2.3 Research Design and Sampling 11 11 4.2.4 Instruments and Procedures for Collecting Data 12 4.2.5 Reliability and Validity 12 4.2.6 Data Analysis 13 4.2.7 Findings and Interpretation of Study 13 4.3 Data Extraction 14 4.4 Synthesis 14 4.4.1 Statistical Methods 14 4.4.2 Ethical Implications 15 5.0 Results and Discussion 15 5.1... ?How Effective Are Educational...
Management of Health Programmes- Organizational Design and Culture - A Process Centered Concept (SLP)
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...Programmes- Organizational Design and Culture- A Process Centered Concept (SLP) Sathya Prakash Manimunda Management of health Abstract Health care management has acquired a qualitatively different character from the days of voluntary service of philanthropic spirit to present day business driven corporate spirit. In this Session Long Project (SLP) based on the general aspect of the knowledge of organizational design and culture, a practical example is given how one big... Management of Health Running Head: MANAGEMENT OF HEALTH Management of Health...
Supply Chain Comparison between Urban and Peri-Urban Agriculture Programmes in Developed and Developing Countries
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...Programmes in Developed and Developing Countries ID Number Course Title & Code Instructor’s Name Date Abstract Aims: To determine the best supply chain system for urban farming. Objectives: The objectives of this study are to discuss ways that will enable the urban farmers to gain access to the market and compare the similarities and differences between the urban and peri-urban agriculture practices in developed and developing countries. Research Method: This study conducted a secondary research study to explore the existing studies and articles behind the practice of urban farming in developed and developing countries. Research... ? Supply Chain – Comparison between Urban and Peri-Urban Agriculture...
Demonstrate the major differences between documentary and reality TV programmes by comparing examples on similar subjects
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...programme are believed to impart greater... TVGENRES Introduction The current investigation looks into two separate genres that have been used for broadcast entertainment, reality TV and documentaries. Reality TV is the newer of the two genres, and can arguably be traced to the late 20th century; documentaries have been around longer, and are perhaps more well respected as a result. In any case, the two genres share certain characteristics, among them being an interest in ostensible objectivity, or letting the camera follow what is ostensibly real life, rather than fictional, scripted entertainment. However, particularly in the case of reality TV, the line between objectivity and scripted...
A Framework for the Management of Oil Spillage Risks in Oil Exploration Programmes : An Explorative Study
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...Programmes – An Explorative Study Table of Contents 1.Introduction 8 1.1. Aims and Objectives 9 1.2. Background 9 1.2.1. The nature of oil spillage risk in oil exploration program 9 1.2.2. Oil spillage and their occurrence in oil exploration programs 10 1.2.3. Importance of Topic 11 2. Literature Review 11 2.1. Overview of Risk Management in Oil Exploration Programs 12 2.1.1. Definition and Purposes of Risk Management 12 2.1.2. Application of Risk Management in Oil Exploration Programs 14 2.2. Management of Oil Spillage Risks 16 2.2.1. Identification of Oil Spillage Risks 17 2.2.2. Risk Assessment of Oil... ?DECLARATION BY CANDI I hereby declare that this thesis is my own work and effort and that it has...
Illustrating your answer with specific examples, evaluate the impact of structural adjustment programmes on agriculture in southern Africa.
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...programmes in the 1980s by the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund (IMF), many sectors of the economy have deteriorated especially agriculture in sub-Saharan Africa. Structural adjustment programmes are economic policies imposed on countries by World Bank and IMF as pre-conditions for loan qualification and debt repayments. They deal with macroeconomic policies or fiscal and monetary policy and involve features such as; liberalisation, currency devaluation, export-led growth, reduced government spending among others (Hope & Kayira, 2010). They encourage balanced budgets by increasing taxes... contributed to poverty, unemployment due to reduced investments, and environmental...
Essay question: Is the claim that PRSPs increase national ownership of programmes through extensive participation substantiated in specific country contexts?
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...programmes by local governments and largely a source of disempowerment to them (Stewart & Wang, 2003, p. 2). Though PRSP’s were designed to minimise the element of conditionality in the drafting of such papers, it is possible that the influence of these IFI’s are still strong enough to cause an unofficial but similar effect. Joint Staff Assessments (JSA), prepared as a combined effort of the staffs of the IMF and World Bank, are designed to appraise the progress of the PRSP’s in order to assess whether they provide a “credible framework within which the Bank and Fund can design their concessional programmes” (ODI, 2004, p. 3). Though they are not to be used... The adoption by local governments of...
What hinders and what facilitates public administration reform? Illustrate your answer by comparing two programmes of public service reforms.
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...programmes of public service reform... al Affiliation) PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION REFORM Public administration reform has become one of the key issues in public management. Governments everywhere have realized that in order to make public services more efficient, reform is inevitable. In this regard, most governments are hell-bent on integrating innovation and reform in public administration so as to minimize wastage, inefficiency, and excessive bureaucracy. Most public managers profess to an attraction to good managerial performance as well as good government performance. However, if their actual conduct is examined, it will become clear that there are two opposing and distinct perspectives on public reform ...
Incorporating HIV/Aids programmes into occupational health for the prevention and promotion HIV/Aids in the workplace
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...programmes within organizations? Assignment presented in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Masters of Philosophy (HIV/AIDS Management) at Stellenbosch University Natalie Skeepers 7/9/2010 Study leader: Prof. J.C.D Augustyn TABLE OF CONTENTS TABLE OF CONTENTS 1 SECTION A: BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY – WORKERS vs. EMPLOYEES 3 Rationale of the study 6 Objectives of the study 6 Research question 7 INITIAL LITERATURE REVIEW 8 AIDS transmission and its symptoms 8 HIV/AIDS in the workplace 8 Effective workplace 10 Need... ?Africa Centre for HIV/AIDS Management Faculty of Economics and Management Sciences To what extent are occupational health policies effective in promoting HIV/Aids management...
Produce a written analysis of learning theory related to planning, preparation, delivery and asessment of your teaching and learning programmes.
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...Programmes What is Learning? This is a question that educators have wrestled with since education began. It is not something that one can be adequately define in a sentence or two because it means different things to different people. Students have many learning styles and they learn in different environments. As an example, some students need to stand and move when they read while others can sit at a desk. A classroom that accommodates both styles helps both students become successful. The entire educational system wrestles with how exactly they are to teach children and adults and what factors influence these decisions. Our lives could be very... Learning Theory As Applied to Teaching and Learning...
What has been learned about the effectiveness, and limitations, of parent training programmes for helping children with externalizing behavior problems? What needs to be learned?
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...programmes for helping children with externalizing behaviorproblems? What needs to be learned? 1. OVERVIEW OF PARENT TRAINING PROGRAMMES In recent years several parent training programmes have been designed to equip and educate parents on how to proactively handle children suffering from externalizing problems (Nock & Kadzin, 2005). As the number of children exhibiting atypical behaviour or asocial behaviour increases worldwide, one of the parenting programmes that have been used and shown an appreciable level of efficiency lately is the widely implemented Webster-Stratton Model. This Model... Topic: What has been learned about the effectiveness, and limitations, of parent training...
Leadership Programmes In Higher Education
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...?A study to determine the need for support services and leadership programs for first generation in higher education Introduction The growing number of First Generation Students in the United States and their underrepresentation in the nation’s higher education system has raised a number of questions regarding the need for student support services and leadership programs for first generation students in higher education. There have been a number of studies and researches on the effectiveness and success rate of offering student support services and leadership programs to the needy first generation students. Studies have clearly demonstrated that the college studies have immensely assisted... study to...
Discuss the arguments justifying torture as a legitimate counter-terror strategy and the implications of legitimizing state-sponsored programmes of torture.
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...programmes of torture in the fight against terrorism accordingly. Case for torture as a counter-terrorism strategy As noted earlier, torture as a counter-terrorism strategy is largely questionable and states like the U.S and its allies, which have endorsed its use... Torture as a legitimate counter-terror strategy and its implications Introduction Over the years, the human cost of terrorism has been experienced in nearly every society around the world, given the high permeation of systems and technologies as well as the integration of locations in the age of globalization. The war on terror is indeed a prerogative for the global community, particularly due to terrorism’s individual as well as collective ...
Building Hisense brand equity through selected marketing programmes- A study on the relationship among brand equity, marketing mix elements and consumer respons
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...Programmes -A Study on the Relationship among Brand Equity, Marketing Mix Elements and Consumer Response by Zhixiang Li Student No: 202527116 Submitted in fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of MASTER IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Graduate School of Business, Faculty of Management University of KWAZULU-NATAL Supervisor: Mr. Maxwell Phiri 2006-12-17 DECLARATION This research has not been previously accepted for my degree and is not being currently submitted in candidature for any degree. Signed: Zhixiang Li Date: 2006-12-17 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS There are a number of people who knowingly or otherwise have been of tremendous assistance... Building Hisense Brand Equity through Selected Marketing...
Major programmes are just scaled-up projects." Do you agree or disagree with this statement? Explain your answer with reference to the implications for Major Programme Managers
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...Programmes are not Scale-Up Projects Organizations develop innovative strategies in order to face global challenging environments. Changes on the way they operate are implemented through projects and programmes. In order to attain their growth and productivity targets, new competencies must be developed. When modern, project management emerged between 1930s and 1950s, the terms project and program management were used interchangeably (Artto, Martinsuo, Gemunden, Murtuaro, 2007). There is a common misunderstanding regarding a successful project manager that can become a programme manager just by scaling up his proven capabilities. I am absolutely sure a programme manager faces complementary... Major...
Choose two television programmes of what ever kind and make notes comparing and contrasting their respective treatments of the persons, with respect to the styl
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...programmes, The Simpsons and South Park, have both been heated topics of debate and continuous sources of controversy. While outwardly seeming to be simple satires on the American family and community, both sitcoms have been groundbreaking and innovative as they deal with modern social issues. But while both appear to be working towards the same end, each has its own agenda. The Simpsons, while satirising common stereotypes, brings a level of humanism to its characters and invokes sympathy from its audience. South Park, however, tends to do the exact opposite by initially presenting its characters as intelligent and reasonable and then ultimately revealing them to be biased... Two popular television...
loyalty programmes..reflective statement for dissertation
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...Reflective ment Reflective ment 7 Selection The first and perhaps crucial step was the selection of the research topic and choosing a title for the dissertation. After going through possible list of subject topics and performing brief research and support from the department I was able to my selection. However, the topic turned out to be a difficult one as deciding upon a specific research objectives and relevant research questions to ascertain the scope of study were not easy and required regular counseling was sought from the instructor. The reason for this was that I started as a novice, with just an interest in the topic. However, on moving ahead with the research I realized the amount... ment...
Intervention and Treatment Programmes for Offenders
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...?Running Head: Intervention & Treatment for Offenders Intervention & Treatment for Offenders [Institute’s Intervention & Treatment for Offenders With the technological advancements and revolution in other sectors that include economical, political, and industrial sectors, crime is one of the facets that have come under experience as escalating element in the today’s fast-paced world. Moreover, it has become a widespread part of the lives of the populace of the entire world. Television, newspapers, internet, and even the everyday conversations of the common people have captured the common and matter of concern topic of crime that incorporates both street and brutal crimes, is increasing... Head:...
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