- Six thinking hats (new)
Six Thinking Hats\' is an important and powerful technique. It is used to look at decisions from a number of important perspectives. This forces you to move outside your habitual thinking style, and helps you to get a more rounded view of a situation.
This tool was created by Edward de Bono in his book \'6 Thinking Hats\'.
Many successful people think from a very rational, positive viewpoint. This is part of the reason that they are successful. Often, though, they may fail to look at a pro...
- Pepsico (new)
Best Places to Work / Diversity & Inclusion
2013: PepsiCo ranked among GIJobs.com\'s Top 25 Military Friendly Employers for the second consecutive year
2013: PepsiCo ranked #11 on Hispanic Business\' 2013 Best Companies for Diversity, up from #18 in 2012
2013: PepsiCo was recognized as a Top Employer in Europe for the third year running by the CRF Institute
2013: PepsiCo was recognized by Working Mother\'s Best Companies for Multicultural Women
2012: PepsiCo was acknowledged by LA...
- Proper Etiquette in the Business setting (new)
America is an image driven country. Management is aware of how they and their employees represent that image on behalf of the company. An employee\'s value to will be largely determined by how successful they are at projecting that image. Business etiquette is concerned with correct behavior and practices according to social convention. In the social realm, there are certain amount of etiquette that needs to be followed when dealing with business partners, co-workers and ...
The term bankruptcy is originated from the Italian language, in which the word is “Banca Rotta” that is meant by broken bench (Loveland, 1912). This leads to the situation that arises in the situation, when a person fails to commit his solvency or break a custom of bank rules. If, we look at the history of this term than it is cleared that the term do not exist in an ancient Greece. On the other hand, the Old Testament defines that every seventh year is declared as ...
Franchise generally means a right or privilege. It may refer to:
Suffrage, the civil right to vote
Jurisdictions used to be treated as property rights, and could be referred to as franchises.
Franchising, a business method that involves licensing of trademarks and methods of doing business, such as:
Chain store, retail outlets which share a brand and central management
An exclusive right, for example to sell branded merchandise
Media franchise, ownership of the characters and setting of a ...
- display of goods
Are supermarkets designed to persuade us to buy more?Fresh fruit and vegetables are displayed near supermarket entrances. This gives the impression that only healthy food is sold in the shop. Basic foods that everyone buys, like sugar and tea, are not put near each other. They are kept in different aisles so customers are taken past other attractive foods before they find what they want. In this way, shoppers are encouraged to buy products that they do not really need. Sweets are often placed at...
DKNY (Donna Karan New York) is a label of fashion designer Donna Karan. It is also the name of a clothing store in New York City featuring Donna Karan\'s associated line.
Inspired by her daughter Gaby, Donna Karan founded DKNY in 1989 in New York as a younger, more affordable diffusion line to run alongside her existing Donna Karan New York label. DKNY became a publicly traded venture in 1996, and 2001, was purchased by French corporation Louis Vuitton Mo...
- Scavenger Hunt Worksheet
Scavenger Hunt Worksheet
The point of this assignment is to get you to search and become familiar with the GCU Learning Management System (LMS) LoudCloud and the GCU web site. These two sites have many resources to help you be a successful student.
Answer the following questions that require you to search the LoudCloud classroom and GCU web site. Feel free to search around the sites until you find the things you are looking for.
- TA in India
Tabular Alumina : Domestic market.
Compared to the developed western market, Tabular Alumina use in India started late because of no local capacity and lack of focus of global players like ALMATIS and RT ALCAN. In 2000, its consumption was hardly more than few tonnes. The market was predominantly using other locally produced low priced fused aggregates and had very little or no inclination towards Tabular Alumina. However, with the growing trends in the use of quality products in refractory, o...
- Human resources
What is the difference between Disparate Impact and Disparate Treatment? How do these issues impact individuals and groups? These are the questions that I will answer and explain throughout this paper by using a couple of different court cases which explain how and give details in how employee discrimination is described and resolved by our judicial system. Understanding how each theory works will give employers and employees the chance to implement improved workplace policies which w...
- The Warren Buffet Way
The Warren Buffet Way
Robert G. Hagstrom is Senior Vice President and Director of Legg Mason Focus Capital. Previously, he was general partner of Focus Capital, L.P., where he managed the Focus Trust Mutual Fund as well as separately managed accounts. The bestselling author of The Warren Buffett Way and The Warren Buffett Portfolio, he lives in Wayne, Pennsylvania.
Warren Buffett is a financier rather well-known because of his many pronouncements on financial issues and also because of the...
- Accountable Care Organizations
Implications of the Accountable Care Organization
After the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act was passed on March 23, 2010, there has been a more renewed focus on expanding patient care hence, creating a network of providers and hospitals who are mainly responsible for providing quality care to patients. The Accountable Care Organization (ACO) was created to account for the perceived problems in the healthcare industry. It takes into account the safety of the healthcare industry and pr...
- 5 Competitive Forces that Shape Strategy
5 Competitive Forces that Shape Strategy
Porter\'s 5 forces is a strategy that I personally have learned about in textbooks and heard frequently in lessons from Husson University. I have never been asked to look at this theory in question, in fact, it was the \'true test\'. It only makes sense for me to agree with these 5 forces, as it has proved true in business and study for 30 years. This strategy was taught by some of my most trusted professors, who excel in business and education, it is ...
- Minimum wage
The Hong Kong Federation of Trade Unions reported that around 310,000 low paid employees will get higher wages after setting the minimum wage. It is believed that the minimum wage will bring more wealth to low income families and narrow the wealth gap. As a result, the minimum wage was set at $28 per hour as the new wage ordinance on 1st May, 2011. This law applies to the market force, including the disabled. However, it is not applicable to live-in domestic workers, work-experience intern...
- Human Resource Management (Introduction)
Human Resource Management (\'HRM\') is a new term of people management in the 21st century which formerly known as Personnel management. It defines as the administrative discipline of hiring and developing employees so that they become more valuable to the organization.
The scope management of Human Resources are as follows:-
1) Conducting job analyses;
2) Planning personnel needs and recruitment;
3) Selecting the right people for the job;
4) Orienting and training;
5) Determining and m...