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  • A Brief History & a Slice of the Future

    A Brief History & a Slice of the Future

    "A Brief History & a Slice of the Future" -Mileha Soneji This essay is a description of my achievements and a part of what I believe in and aim for. I assure you that there is much more to me once one gets to know me. But as it is rightly said, this essay is the best form of insight into my life, so I am going to try my best to bring myself to life through it. The most prominent decision in my life was pursuing my further studies in the field of Design

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    Essay Length: 2,335 Words / 10 Pages
    Submitted: June 16, 2014 By: mile
  • A Comprehensive Analysis of Your Competitors Will Allow You to Monitor How Your Business Compares in Terms

    A Comprehensive Analysis of Your Competitors Will Allow You to Monitor How Your Business Compares in Terms

    A comprehensive analysis of your competitors will allow you to monitor how your business compares in terms of: Staying power (financial resources) Key personnel Product availability Service standards including after sales service, warranty policy Ability to satisfy customer needs and requirements What is the market share of each competitor in your target market and what market share can you expect to achieve in both the short term and the long term Do you provide a product or service which is complimentary to any of your competitors? Is it feasible for you approach them for a

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    Essay Length: 272 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: December 20, 2012 By: Pixel890
  • Accouting for Decision Making

    Accouting for Decision Making

    PART 1: 2/ Enterprise risk management system (ERM) -­? It is the process which is combined with existing operations and exist for fundamental business reason. -­? It is applied in strategy setting and across the entity which means it takes into account activities of all level. -­? It is intended to identify, evaluate the current and potential events that may affect the entity and manage the risk to be within its risk appetite, to provide reasonable assurance regarding the achievement of entity objectives. -­? It includes financial, strategic, operational, and other risks. -­? It is

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    Submitted: August 3, 2014 By: vincle
  • Affirmative Action: Hurt or Help?

    Affirmative Action: Hurt or Help?

    Affirmative action is designed to end discrimination and unfair treatment of employees/students based on color (Messerli). Some people view affirmative action as something bad or as "reverse" discrimination while others view it as a merely a balancing system to ensure that there are opportunities for people outside of the Caucasian male category in society. Affirmative action generally means giving preferential treatment to minorities in admission to universities or employment in government & businesses (Messerli). In my opinion, those that feel this way do so because of situations in their lifetimes that they have encountered.

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    Submitted: July 10, 2012 By: lyndagreen
  • American Apparel: Smart Goals for Future Growth

    American Apparel: Smart Goals for Future Growth

    OL 501 Module Five short paper American Apparel: SMART Goals for Future Growth SaKenya Kiaria Mayo Southern New Hampshire University Abstract This paper will discuss American Apparel rebranding and set a couple S.M.A.R.T goals for the company. “American Apparel is a vertical integrated manufacturer, distributor and retailer of branded basic fashion (Mehta, 2016).” The company started out with the mission to make great quality clothing. American Apparel went from being a top brand to accumulating massive amounts of debt over the last 10 years, which in turn caused a major decline in their business. Since

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    Essay Length: 514 Words / 3 Pages
    Submitted: June 15, 2018 By: Kiaria05
  • Analysis for Big Bazaar Case Study

    Analysis for Big Bazaar Case Study

    Analysis for Big Bazaar Case Study Big Bazaar wanted to examine the impact of shelf space & level of merchandising on the consumer offtake from the retail outlet .Two variables such as shelf space and merchandising were taken into consideration for the purpose of testing whether these variables have any significant impact on increasing sales Shelf space has been categorised in 3 types : Pop shelf – 1 Windows – 2 Shelf rack – 3 Whereas merchandising types are: Full set – 1 Retail Pack – 2 No display pack – 3 We take sales

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    Essay Length: 310 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: January 27, 2016 By: MOHINI
  • Analyze the Governance Quality of Lgu’s of 48 Barangay’s in Tanauan, City

    Analyze the Governance Quality of Lgu’s of 48 Barangay’s in Tanauan, City

    Chapter I THE PROBLEM Introduction Government exists primarily to provide services that will make life worth living. Accordingly, local government unit as third tier government are created to bring government closer to the people by giving a quality services and for transformation of the lives. Local Government Unit as a big organization has its clientele. This clientele are the society and citizens in one location who are participating in every activities of the organization as a result of good governance. Government through its Local government units provides information and services for each individual of its

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    Essay Length: 7,874 Words / 32 Pages
    Submitted: May 10, 2017 By: Superman000
  • Analyzing Police Brutality in the United States

    Analyzing Police Brutality in the United States

    Analyzing Police Brutality in the United States American Public University Professor David Rand CMRJ306 Criminal Investigation May 22, 2016 Abstract This paper explores five academic references with two published articles on information in relation to police brutality in the United States. The references, however, vary in their complete definitions and occurrences of police brutality, as well, how it relates to the nation today. Barack (2007, Channey (2013), and Robertson (2013), suggest the basic thoughts about police brutality, along with information regarding the lawsuits, and community complaint boards in order to discuss this matter. The

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    Essay Length: 1,780 Words / 8 Pages
    Submitted: September 11, 2016 By: aram16
  • Aphorism

    Aphorism

    Deductive Argument Aphorism "Neither a borrower nor a lender be" refers to the idea that it is best to not lend anything to another person and also to not borrow anything from another person. The premise of Polonius' statement in Hamlet is that those involved in the act of lending and borrowing risk the loss of something more important than the item that was lent or borrowed. The lender and the borrower risk losing the friendship or the trust of the other person involved in the transaction. From an early age children are taught to

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    Essay Length: 651 Words / 3 Pages
    Submitted: March 3, 2013 By: MD2020
  • Applying Conditioning to Real Life

    Applying Conditioning to Real Life

    Applying Conditioning to Real Life My exercise plan definitely needs a change because I am starting to slack on keeping on track of my exercise routine. I finally got a gym membership to help me with my process of losing weight but, just having a membership isn't going to shed off the pounds. It feels like in every way I try to make excuses to do everything other than go to the gym and get a work out in. I pretend I don't have enough time, I don't have the energy, or I always make

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    Submitted: July 8, 2012 By: amandacrystallyn
  • Article Review Sensory Issues

    Article Review Sensory Issues

    Assignment: Journal Article Review Having sensory issues is in overwhelming concern in the area of occupational therapy. What attracted me to this article was having a twin brother with sensory issues. In Andrew Waites’ article “On an Even Keel Sensory-Based Strategies for Better Self-Regulation, he presented instances in different settings. In these examples, occupational therapists around the nation integrated sensory strategies to improve personal self-regulation in a clinic, home, classroom, and community. In the clinical setting in Newton, Massachusetts, Waites discussed a client that had significant modulation and discrimination difficulties across many sensory systems. The

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    Submitted: August 29, 2015 By: aad1961
  • Aspects of the Affordable Care Act (healthcare Reform)

    Aspects of the Affordable Care Act (healthcare Reform)

    UHC.com/SmallBusiness (yes - this post may win the prize for the most unusual title, if nothing else....) One of the important aspects of the Affordable Care Act (healthcare reform) is the fact that annual caps and lifetime limits will no longer be allowed. That is, when you purchase insurance, the insurer cannot limit its expense in your contract. Before now, this has been a problem that almost always went unnoticed by someone who purchased expensive insurance - only to learn that when they needed it most, it ran out. The cap in the amount

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    Submitted: July 30, 2013 By: maddy163
  • Bach Flowers, a Natural Way to Relief Your Phisical and Emotional Pain

    Bach Flowers, a Natural Way to Relief Your Phisical and Emotional Pain

    A natural way to relieve your physical and emotional pain Have you ever seen people paralyzed by fear? Do you feel anxious, tense or depressed? Have you ever seen parents with an endless flu? Fears, trauma, loneliness, frustration, despair and resentment are emotions that have been with us since immemorial time, even in this era of advanced technology. All diseases have two basic aspects: the physical and the emotional. Here, in the emotional aspect is where the Bach flowers therapy works. What is The Bach Flower therapy? The Bach flowers are a series of natural

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    Essay Length: 543 Words / 3 Pages
    Submitted: November 17, 2014 By: daniel.caceres
  • Biopharm - Seltek Negotiation Case

    Biopharm - Seltek Negotiation Case

    The second role play was a pure distributive bargaining scenario, that aimed to depict the real-life on-shot negotiations in which price is the only issue negotiated. In situations like this, it no longer possible to create a win-win solution, as the win of one party will always be the loss of the other party. Hence, one should only be focused only on calming the value. In the “BioPharm - Seltek” role play my team represented BioPharm,- the potential buyer seeking for a plant in U.S. to manufacture Depox and thus capitalise on the newly acquired

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    Essay Length: 1,264 Words / 6 Pages
    Submitted: November 26, 2016 By: Malgorzata Michalska
  • Body Consious

    Body Consious

    Body Conscious The exposition included 9 international and NY based artist such as Laila Abril, Beth B, Maureen Connor, Katya Grokhovsky, Ariane Lopez-Huici, L.A Raeven, Faith Ringgold, Martha Rosier, Ivonne Thein, and Emily L. Newman. The artists covered all types of visual elements to express their work and to capture the attention of the audience. The work included from photographs and videos to sculptures, items and even performances. We can appreciate as well that they didn't focus on just one type of shape or form as they incorporated pictures with images laying down horizontally on

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    Essay Length: 729 Words / 3 Pages
    Submitted: November 16, 2014 By: Joe1979
  • Brunei’s Education System

    Brunei’s Education System

    Contents 1.0 Introduction 3 1.1 Introduction to the Video 3 1.2 Limitations 3 2.0 Issues and Challenges of Brunei’s Education System 4 2.1 Rote Learning 4 2.2 SPN21 4 2.3 Private Schools vs Government Schools 5 3.0 Conclusion 6 4.0 References 7 1.0 Introduction 1.1 Introduction to the Video To seek knowledge is a sacred duty, thus it is obligatory for all Muslims, both male and female, to seek education as Islam has always promoted knowledge. The Messenger of Allah said, "He who goes forth in search of knowledge is considered as struggling in the

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    Essay Length: 839 Words / 4 Pages
    Submitted: February 11, 2017 By: durratulhal
  • Bus 656- Activ82lrn - Boa

    Bus 656- Activ82lrn - Boa

    BUS 656- ACTIV82LRN 1. Boa should not develop a brand at the consumer level. Boa is successful as an “ingredient” product with premium brand partners. Conducting market research, Boa can identify brands that will be a good fit for the Boa Closure System. Partnering with this brand partners allows Boa to be heavily involved with the design, manufacturing, and marketing process without having to invest in the complete production of the product. In addition, Boa benefits by using well respected premium brands. Developing a brand at the consumer level would pose difficulty for entering

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    Essay Length: 516 Words / 3 Pages
    Submitted: November 8, 2015 By: ahoder
  • Business Information Management

    Business Information Management

    Business Information Management ITECH1005 Assignment: Essay Lecturer: Zhaohao Sun Tutor: Chris Wallace Student Name: Student No. Word Count: Reference Style: APA Style Due Date: 13/05/2011 Evaluation SOL as new or old work place SOL is defiantly a new workplace through the way the whole business is set up from the offices that explode with colour to the employees all walking around the halls on yellow portable phones and jigsaw shaped tables that can be moved around and set up in any sort of way they want. SOL are big on freedom and none conventional corporate

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    Essay Length: 306 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: July 5, 2012 By: redbullmacca
  • Chapter 11 Learnsmart Answers

    Chapter 11 Learnsmart Answers

    The net operating income that an investment center earns above the minimum required return on its average operating assets is its residual income. True or false: In strongly decentralized organizations, even the lowest-level managers can make decisions. True. Which of the following statements describes a potential problem with decentralization? (Check all that apply.) >>In a decentralized organization, lower-level managers may make decisions for their department at the expense of the overall organization goals. >>Coordination among departments may be more difficult in a decentralized than a centralized organization. Match the scope of management’s authority on the

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    Essay Length: 2,113 Words / 9 Pages
    Submitted: August 10, 2016 By: zzzzo0o0
  • Charles Kemmons Wilson

    Charles Kemmons Wilson

    Charles Kemmons Wilson Who hasn't spent a night in a Holiday Inn? What started out as a family vacation led to the world's largest hotel chain for one man. Kemmons Wilson had a vision and he set about making it work. He was viewed as "the father of the modern hotel". After losing his father when he was 9 months old, Kemmons and his mother moved to Memphis, Tennessee, where he became an entrepreneur at a very early age. At the age of seven he was selling "Saturday Evening Post's" door to door. At twelve

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    Essay Length: 716 Words / 3 Pages
    Submitted: July 11, 2012 By: kearley
  • City Racquetball Club

    City Racquetball Club

    City Racquetball Club (CRC) generates revenue by offering racquetball and other physical fitness facilities to it members. Presently, there are four of these club located in the metropolitan area and each club have approximately 1,800 to 2,500 members. The current revenue is collected from annual membership and hourly court fees. The annual membership fees are charged at three different classes of membership – Individual, Student and Family at $40, $25 and $95 respectively. The breakdown of the membership for the clubs at 31 December 2012 is as follows: Individual 1,100 Student 100 Family 700 On

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    Essay Length: 576 Words / 3 Pages
    Submitted: October 29, 2014 By: Helium86
  • Civil Conflict People in Libya

    Civil Conflict People in Libya

    Background This civil conflict began on February 15 after the people of Libya started a non-violent rebellion against Gadhafi's government. These revolts which started around the most eastern half of the nation have now spread to the borders of the nation's capital, Tripoli. These demonstrations are fighting for a change against the 42 year long regime in which Muammar al Gadhafi has been in control. The United States and the Libyan government have had previous disagreements which led to sanctions being held against Libya in 2003. After their government accepted responsibility for their actions and

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    Submitted: June 25, 2012 By: ashley29292
  • Cjus 300 Research Paper "reacting to officer Involved Shootings"

    Cjus 300 Research Paper "reacting to officer Involved Shootings"

    Running Head: OFFICER INVOLVED SHOOTINGS 1 Officer Involved Shootings Brennen Lawson Liberty University Criminal Justice 300, Section B04 Professor Conn October 12, 2015 Officers put their lives in danger every day to protect the individuals in the community that they have sworn to serve. Unfortunately, officers on rare occasions must use force to provide for the defense of themselves and innocent civilians. In fact, officer related incidents and how a law enforcement administration responds to the subsequent investigations have recently become more publicized. There are certain steps that can be followed to ensure that every

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    Submitted: November 30, 2015 By: bllawson13
  • Com 200 - Interpersonal Communication

    Com 200 - Interpersonal Communication

    BIG BANG CONFLICT Big Bang Conflict Charles Rogall COM 200: Interpersonal Communication Instructor: Perry Spann Interpersonal Communication June 10, 2017 Big Bang Conflict Why watching a television show you will see at times that there is communication conflicts that are much like the ones we have in our everyday life. These conflicts can be as simple as a misunderstanding in words or a more complex problem. By understanding communication whether its non-verbal or verbal can help one to understand one’s intentions towards you. In the television show Big Bang Theory, I will describe a situation

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    Essay Length: 631 Words / 3 Pages
    Submitted: August 27, 2017 By: Chuck Rogall
  • Comparing the Us and the Netherlands

    Comparing the Us and the Netherlands

    Vs. Comparing the US and the Netherlands Hannah Workman Macroeconomics Summary My name is Hannah Workman and I am currently a junior studying Food Marketing and Supply Chain Management at Western Michigan University. During the spring semester, I took part in a study abroad program in the Netherlands. I lived in Utrecht, Netherlands for approximately five months where I studied International Marketing Management at Hogeschool Utrecht. On top of studying, I was able to truly immerse myself into many aspects of the Dutch lifestyles and culture which has changed my perspectives on many areas of

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    Submitted: December 5, 2016 By: hannahcworkman
  • Core Beliefs - Making the World a Better Place

    Core Beliefs - Making the World a Better Place

    Project 1: Identify Core Beliefs CBR 600 Communicating, Problem Solving, and Leading in Cybersecurity For David Gianna University of Maryland University College April 10, 2018 My main core belief is making the world a better place. By making the world a better place I am essentially leaving a lasting impact on the world. That can ripple throughout the world. And have an effect that will still be there even after one is dead. Seeing people’s lives or the world improved gives a sense of accomplishment and satisfaction that is difficult to equal. Tutoring homeless

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    Essay Length: 507 Words / 3 Pages
    Submitted: August 19, 2018 By: Domeki
  • Counseling Clients with Disabilities

    Counseling Clients with Disabilities

    COUNSELING CLIENTS WITH DISABILITIES Counseling Clients with Disabilities Faaizah Sweatte Liberty University Online Introduction Individuals with disabilities are amongst the categories of the oppressed. They are often underrepresented, especially when it comes to obtaining adequate support with regard to all aspects of life. Despite the laws enacted, and the fact that this class of individuals requires an additional level of understanding and sensitivity with regard to every day incidences in life, they are often overlooked and not tended to in the way they require and deserve. The disabled are often ostracized and isolated intentionally and

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    Essay Length: 3,381 Words / 14 Pages
    Submitted: February 6, 2018 By: faazbear02
  • Critical Thinking Conflict of Interest

    Critical Thinking Conflict of Interest

    CRITICAL THINKING CONFLICT OF INTEREST Critical Thinking Conflict of Interest Thomas Lee University of Maryland University College May 22, 2018 Critical Thinking Conflict of Interest The critical thinking paper will be discussing the ethics of representing two hacking groups in different lawsuits that may be called a conflict of interest. There is lawsuit against Anomalous group for hacking the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) and CyberTech is serving as the cyber forensics consultants for the Office of Personnel Management. There is also a lawsuit against Equation set for hacking into Anomalous facilities and CyberTech is

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    Essay Length: 900 Words / 4 Pages
    Submitted: August 19, 2018 By: Domeki
  • Crj 301 - Connecting the Dots: What Is and Effective Program?

    Crj 301 - Connecting the Dots: What Is and Effective Program?

    CONNECTING THE DOTS: WHAT IS AN EFFECTIVE PROGRAM? Week 5 Final Paper: Connecting the Dots: What is and Effective Program? Treasa Little CRJ 301: Juvenile justice Instructor: Kirsten Pickering September 24, 2017 In all the United States of America, there will forever be crime and punishment, that is forever. There comes a time when we must ask ourselves where does treatment come in? If there is crime and punishment the lines for treatment is somewhere in between. To figure out the best way to provide corrective treatment you need to know the difference between treatment

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    Submitted: October 15, 2017 By: trslttl
  • Css101 - My Reflective Paper

    Css101 - My Reflective Paper

    My Reflective paper on CSS101 Shannon McIntosh Post University I have learned so much in the last 8 weeks. In week 5 I found out that my learning style is visual. Knowing this has already helped me a lot. After reading some ideas on things that would help me academically, I tried a couple of them as soon as I could, and it was so helpful. I wish I would have known this information 25 years ago. The first study tip I used was using different colored highlighters for different types of information. I used

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    Essay Length: 495 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: October 28, 2015 By: Shannon McIntosh

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