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Students often find analytical essays particularly challenging to write.  Because so much of the K-12 writing focus is on expository essays, student writing styles tend to be geared towards summarizing information.  However, an analytical essay requires the writer to do more than summarize information; after presenting the information, the writer is required to do something more.  When examining a piece of literature, an analysis often looks at how or why the piece is effective or ineffective.  When looking at nonfiction works, an analytical essay may examine how one event contributed to another event.

Like all essays, your analytical essay will begin with an introduction.  The introduction helps the reader understand what you are trying to establish with the meat of your essay.  Your thesis statement will be contained in the introduction, as will a brief preview of the facts or analysis that you will be using to help establish your thesis.

The body of your analytical essay is where you find the bulk of your arguments or evidence.  Each paragraph should have its own topic sentence, with the remainder of the sentences in the paragraph supporting the idea expressed in that topic sentence.  These topic sentences, in turn, should support the claims you have made in your thesis statement. 

Finally, the conclusion of your analytical essays ties it all together, by reminding the reader of your thesis statement and the evidence you used to support that statement.

One of the best ways to help understand how an analytical essay differs from an expository or explanatory essay is to read examples of both types of essays.  Reading through them, you will easily see how analytical essays use evidence to support statements in a way that expository essays do not.  You can find examples of our expository essays in our expository essay section, and examples of our analytical essays here. 

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Heuer De Bono -- Fallacies L

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Specifically, Heuer advocated the use of tools that help the thinker to "...clearly delineate their assumptions and chains of inference," and to "specify the degree and source of the uncertainty involved in the conclusions." Thus, Heuer advocated the use of analytic debate, devil's advocate arguments, brainstorming, competition between analyses, peer review and outside "points-of-view." Edward de ono, on the other hand, specifically emphasized the value of creativity in the development of a "new way" of thinking of problems from non-logical angles -- in effect, using the creative mind to compensate for its areas of deficiency in the logical or perceptional realm.

Unfortunately, however, there are some forms of mental "problems" or analytical fallacies that are famously resistant to even the best "tools" or creative thinking -- "learned" or no. Further, because both men consider the real issue at hand to be the problem presented by the "lenses" through which the…… [Read More]

Bibliography

Davis, Jack. 1999. The Psychology of Intelligence Analysis [online]. Available at http://www.odci.gov/search-NS-search-page=resultsPsychology of Intelligence Analysis de Bono, Edward. 2004. Lateral Thinking Workshop [online]. Available at  http://www.edwdebono.com/debono/worklt.htm 

Davis, Jack. 1999.

Edward de Bono Web site. "Lateral Thinking Workshop." 2004.

Davis, Jack. 1999.
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Dam Break

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Dam Break

Excutive Summary

Analytical tools and techniques used in approximating dam breakages are usually evaluted and comparison made in orders to ascertain there effectiveness. During dam construction, it is necessary to evaluate the potentiality of dam failure modes, breach the necessary paramenters related to failuere modes, and define routing and the map of the consequent discharge hydrograph. This paper outlines how mapping of propable inudation emanating form the dam failures needs numerous elements i.e. likely dam failures, break parameters, hydrologic scenario that are connected to failure models, including routing and mapping of the consequent discharge hydrograph. The unsteadily flowing routing models i.e HEC-AS are oftenly applied in computation and rfelction of the dam's downstream consequences emaneting from dam failures. Approximation of the break elements i.e. time of development and width is carried out externally to the model in use.

Introduction

In the recent past most agencies are enganging themselves…… [Read More]

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Thinking Is Multi-faceted As President and Founder

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thinking is multi-faceted. As president and founder of Compass, a real estate company in Italy, my approach needed to be multi-demensional in nature. For one, Italy has high debt burdens which are often financed through governments and large corporations. Starting a real estate company therefore was challenging as I had to analyze the potential market in a manner that was unconventional. In many areas, particularly in the United States, commercial real estate is often driven by consumer demand. In Italy however, the exact opposite it true. Through my analytical ability, I was able to successfully navigate through nearly 5 years of recession like macroeconomic cycles. In addition, I was able to deliver profits that exceed nearly 60% of my peers in the industry.

Prior to my experience in Italian real estate, I accepted a role as a consultant at AB Studio Inc. This position, much like the real estate position…… [Read More]

References:

1) Production Information: a code of procedure for the construction industry Construction Production Information Committee, 2003 BS 7000-4:1996 Design Management Systems
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Predator Unmanned Aerial Systems

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Predators has led to Decrease in Road-Side ombings in Afghanistan

The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) started firing drones missiles in Afghanistan in order to reduce civilian casualties and reduce roadside bombings. These missiles known as Predators incorporate accuracy, wide efficient surveillance and precision target meant to reduce roadside bombings. To minimize civilian casualties, the Predator targets mobile insurgents as opposed to focusing on residential areas. The use of Predator has minimized roadside bombings and civilian as a result of increased surveillance.

Roadside bombing casualties represent a reduction from a 10% casualty level in 2009, 7% in 2011 to almost 3% in 2012. In line with this, rook (2012 ), adds that improvised explosive devices were a major cause of troop deaths untill the introduction of the Predator.

The most important feature of the predator is the detection of all types of improvised explosive devices. Data indicate that from January through…… [Read More]

Bibliography

Abbot, S. Study: Militants, not Civilians, are Primary Victims of Drone Attacks. Associated Press, 2012.

Brook, Tom Vanden. "Drones detection cutting into IEDs in Afghanistan."

www.theleafchronicle.com. July 16, 2012 . (accessed July 22, 2012).

Drew, C. "Drones Are Playing a Growing Role in Afghanistan ." The New York Times, February
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Security and Online Privacy Regulations

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" (Muntenu, 2004)

According to Muntenu (2004) "It is almost impossible for a security analyst with only technical background to quantify security risk for intangible assets. He can perform a quantitative or qualitative evaluation using dedicated software to improve the security of the information systems, but not a complete risk assessment for the whole information system. Qualitative assessment based on questionnaires use in fact statistical quantitative methods to obtain results. Statistical estimation represents the basis for quantitative models." Muntenu states conclusion that in each of these approaches the "moral hazard of the analyst has influence on the results because human nature is subjective. He must use a sliding window approach according to business and information systems features, balancing from qualitative to quantitative assessment." (2004) qualitative study of information systems security is reported in a study conducted in U.S. academic institutions in the work of Steffani a. urd, Principal Investigator for…… [Read More]

Bibliography

Burd, Steffani a. (2006) Impact of Information Security in Academic Institutions on Public Safety and Security: Assessing the Impact and Developing Solutions for Policy and Practice. Final Report." NCJ 215953, United States Department of Justice. National Institute of Justice, Oct 2006.

Muntenu, Adrian (2004) Managing Information in the Digital Economy: Issues & Solutions Information Security Risk Assessment: The Qualitative vs. Quantitative Dilemma

Full text PDF: http://www.ncjrs.gov/pdffiles1/nij/grants/215953.pdfMunteanu, Adrian (2004) the Information Security Risk Assessment: The Qualitative vs. Quantitative Dilemma. Managing Information in the Digital Economy: Issues & Solutions.
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Formal Report Guidelines

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glimpse your reader sees of your report. The information contained should be straightforward and contain the title of your report, your name, the date, and anything else that is essential.

For longer reports, a Table of Contents should be included with a clear, organized breakdown of the sections included along with headings, subheadings, and the corresponding page numbers. Generally, a "long" report refers to one that contains ten pages or more, or a report that contains a number of sections that would be better understood with an outline. If illustrations, graphs, charts, photos are included in the report, these should appear in the Table of Contents as well.

An Executive Summary should be included in longer reports. This should be about 100 words in length and appear on a page of its own. The content should include a brief summary of what is to be covered in the report.

Introduction…… [Read More]

Works Cited page should be included. This page should list in alphabetical order the names of all authors whose works have been used in compiling the report. If authors' names are not available, the works may be listed by title. All essential information about the source, such as date and place of publication and URL if applicable, should also be included in this section.

Final Step: Proofreading

All sections of the paper should be proofread carefully before submission. Using a grammar review program such as Spell-Check is one way of catching errors. However, not all mistakes can be detected by using such software, so a final review is essential to avoid unnecessary and embarrassing errors and typos. Superficial mistakes indicate a lack of attention to detail. They also distract the reader from the content of the report. Finally, they undermine the writer's credibility. Therefore, taking this final step to ensure a well-written, error free report is well worth the effort.
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Evolution of Enterprise Planning Systems With Emphasis on SAP

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Evolution of ERP

Analytical Exposition

All technical inventions are created and applied in an attempt to solve a real-world problem. The evolution of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) demonstrates this fact. Due to ERP's success in effectively integrating isolated multiple information systems and its ability to improve operations efficiencies, ERP has recently become very popular within the business community.

SAP, one of the largest ERP providers, states on its website that a key feature of its ERP product, mySAP, is "completely integrated business processes to handle the full scope of financial, human resource, corporate service and operations management." In addition, the website states, "mySAP ERP extends the ERP environment system into a truly collaborative environment, accessible to the organization as well as customers, partners, and suppliers (SAP, 2003)."

The evolution of ERP solutions has a long history. This paper presents a discussion of the evolution of ERP, which has existed in…… [Read More]

Bibliography

Pacific Institute of Management. (2002). ERP: A Tool to Gain Competitive Advantage. Pacific Institute of Management.

Garg, VK. (2001). ERP -- A Curtain Raiser. India Infoline Ltd.

SAP Website. (2003). Accessed at www.sap.com.

Mining Enterprise Solutions. (April, 2000). What is Enterprise Resource Planning? Mining Enterprise Solutions.
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Performativity the Intersections Between Gender Sexuality Identity

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Performativity

The intersections between gender, sexuality, identity, and lifestyle converged at an expected moment. I was as prepared as anyone else. Andrew is my brother, and I know him well. It was his friend Darren's 21st birthday. Darren is adorable: he's six feet tall, with plump lips naturally blushed the color of Fuji apples. His skin is milky white, and his eyes are shimmering sateen blue. I haven't got a crush on Darren; I would, but Darren is gay. He's been out of the closet since he was fifteen years old. My brother has known Darren since the two played together in our little apartment complex playground. Almost two decades later, the two friends are doing shots together in a gay nightclub. My brother is straight. Really, he is. But on Darren's birthday, something happened to place my brother Andrew temporarily in an interstitial realm. My brother, not being the…… [Read More]

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Real Life Situation There Is Need for

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real life situation, there is need for both the creative analytical thinking, indeed the two more often than not work together in adding value to each other when making decisions or giving solutions to a situation.

Creative thinking relates to crating things and forming ideas which hitherto were non-existent. It shows up in the imaginative capability of the individual as he thinks outside the normal realm that all others would think in and brings out a solution or observation that would otherwise remain concealed from the rest.

Analytical thinking on the other hand concerns the attention to the little details and narrowing down on every little aspect that there is. It is ore systematic and well arranged to details every single concept pre-arranged and thought out before being scheduled for or put where it is finally put, nalytical thinking is quite systematic.

The modern workplace requires people, who can make…… [Read More]

Reference

Ban Jar, S., (2010). Practucum. Retrieved March 30, 2011 from http://www.scribd.com/doc/35258034/Critical-Thinking-By-Dr.-Shadia-Yousef-Banjar

Perner, L.,(2011). Consumer Behavior: the Psychology of Marketing. Retrieved March 30, 2011

from  http://www.consumerpsychologist.com/ 

Problem Solving, (2011). Creative Thinking. Retrieved March 30, 2011 from http://www.engin.umich.edu/~cre/probsolv/strategy/thinkers.htm
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China Water Political Ecology in

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Yeh (2009) argues that ecological projects in China must be examined form a political ecology perspective, in which certain state-sponsored projects are seen to be damaging to many of the citizens immediately affected by the ecological pursuits. While this author certainly has a political point to make, it is hardly an ecological one, and ultimately seems to argue for continuing ecological harm out of a sense of political fairness that would ultimately lead to much greater inequalities for the disadvantaged who will, out of sheer political reality, always reap the worst of any situation. That is, of the projects sponsored by the Chinese government were not allowed to go forth in order to provide short-term economic and political benefit to the populous, the resulting ecological damage would impact these people in far worse ways within a generation.

Conclusion

The political ecology perspective is a political perspective on ecological issues, and…… [Read More]

References

Ho, K.; Chow, Y. & Yau, J. (2003). "Chemical and microbiological qualities of the East River (Dongjiang) water, with particular reference to drinking water supply in Hong Kong." Chemosphere 52, pp. 1441-50.

Ma, C. (2010). "Who bears the environmental burden in China -- an analysis of the distribution of industrial pollution sources?" Ecological economics 69, pp. 1869-76.

Qin, B.; Zhu, G.; Gao, G.; Zhang, Y.; Li, W.; Pearl, H. & Carmichael, W. (2010). "A Drinking Water Crisis in Lake Taihu, China: Linkage to Climatic Variability and Lake Management." Environmental management 45, pp. 105-12.

Tilt, B. (2007). "The political ecology of pollution enforcement in China." China quarterly 192, pp. 915-32.
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Final Portfolio Project

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Ileana Final Portfolio

Bioethics Final

This portfolio documents performance of key class and personal objectives for HU280-01: Bioethics 1103C, specifically analytical skill building, knowledge acquisition and practical application. The samples demonstrate achievement by presenting excerpts from submitted assignments, Discussion and Seminar interactions, interactions with the instructor and reflections on progress mastering central concepts, ideas and perspectives in bioethics. This work demonstrates a progression from identification, synthesis and recapitulation of selected relevant ethical systems, placing those systems in the contexts through which they arose, and applying those precepts to emerging controversies in modern life. The underlying benchmark this presentation attempts to demonstrate is that if learning is indicated by a change in behavior, then my implementation of new methods considering bioethical dilemmas and also improved critical reasoning and research methods, indicates learning over this process of course inquiry.

This process has provided a structural framework that translates directly to my work…… [Read More]

Klimanskaya, I., Chung, Y., Becker, S., Lu, S., and Lanza, R. (2006). Human embryonic stem cell lines derived from single blastomeres. Nature 444 (7118), 481 -- 485. Retrieved from: doi:10.1038/nature05142

Parks, J.A., and Wike, V.S. (2010). Bioethics in a changing world. Upper Saddle River, NJ:

Prentice Hall.
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Workplace Briefly Describe Your Current

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The main feature of my viewpoint concerning the importance of being an IT manager that has been changed following the readings and interactions with others has been just how essential the IT manager position is to the success of companies of all types and sizes. An army may move on its stomach, but it is reasonable to suggest that many companies today move on their information technology resources. In this regard, Jia, eich and Pearson emphasize that, "The role of the IT function within the organization has expanded considerably in recent years, driven by changing expectations from business and the evolving technological environment" (2008, p. 294). Therefore, a responsive and well informed information technology manager can therefore contribute to the difference between success (and failure) of their enterprises in ways that have never been possible in the past (Desai, Hart & ichards, 2009). In fact, Jia and her associates (2008)…… [Read More]

References

Kumuyi, W.F. (2006, December). Africa: The leaders we need. New African, 457, 38-40.
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Complement Each Other in Terms of Practical

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complement each other in terms of practical application in that a critical mind will still need a creative mind, just as much as a creative mind will need the complements from a critical mind. o delve into how the two balance inn bringing out the best option there can be, we will have a brief definition of the two then look into instance where they are applied.

Creative thinking has a lot to do with creation and of noble ideas that were not at all though about by another individual looking at the same situation. It displays the imaginative process and level of an individual as most creative thinkers will give solutions that are outside the box. heir solution to complex problems is more often the most applicable yet those that the average thinker would consider last.

On the other hand, analytical thinkers will focus their attention to the little…… [Read More]

The modern society and jobs require individuals with aptitudes to make decisions and decide on directions that will give the company an advantage over the best skills applied by the next competitor, solve complex business and social challenges as they focus on the bigger picture as they weigh the pros and cons that will determine the ultimate result and consequence of their decisions and directions.

It is in situations as above that creativity comes into play and action, since the concerned individual will have to apply the intelligence or creativity which cannot be acquired in any institution. These are natural instincts that one possesses innately and does not necessarily need to be an educated individual with high qualifications to guide an organization. This case is seen among some of the best CEOs who are barely degree holders without masters or PhDs but drive the organizations to marvelous heights. There is an overlap however of the two, this is evident in the fact that the technical calculations and professional advice and general guidelines that one can offer to the company or organization are acquired from enrolling in academic institutions and specializing in the particular field that one wants to be a professional in. These are the analytical skills that are required from an analytical thinker. The two cannot work exclusively but with mutual co-existence they can be imbibed to give brilliant results (Perner, L.,2011).

The other sector where the two have to be applied in tandem is in a situation where creative thinking is viewed as divergent and gives many possible solutions to a problem. The creative thinker will contribute a good number of ideas, solutions and approaches that are workable and sensible in solving out complex issues. The creative thinker on the other hand gives specific, concise and thoroughly thought out solutions to a presented challenge or situation. The creative thinker and the analytical thinker will them complement each other by the creative mind giving a myriad of possible solutions, the analytical mind then carefully selects the many ideas presented by the creative mind and pinpoints the specifics and settles down to the most likely solutions to a problem, after this the
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Minimum Required Curriculum the Main Point of

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Minimum Required Curriculum

The main point of this article centers around the belief that the curriculum that is currently taught in most colleges is clearly not teaching students what they need to know. In other words, when they obtain their bachelor's degree they have learned very little of what they need to know and they have only learned to memorize information to pass the tests to receive that degree. They have been taught certain things, and they have retained those things long enough to pass tests on the required subjects, however learning and then forgetting information does not mean that actual learning has taken place.

The article points out that courses in specific disciplines are very important, but that many courses do not ask students to actually use logic and abstract thinking to arrive at answers. Merely learning something from a book and taking a test on it is not…… [Read More]

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Restaurant Industry Is a Highly

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According to Brech, these trends do not leave much time -- or money -- available for dining at full-service restaurants. In this study, the respondents "reported their families ate at cafeterias, family or chain restaurants, or fine dining restaurants only once or less each week" (Brech 1998: 21). This is not to say, though, that the number of full-service restaurants in countries such as the United States has declined in recent years. To the contrary, during the period between 1972 and 1997, the number of full-service restaurants increased by 35%; however, the number of fast food establishes more than doubled during this same time period (Akst 2003). These trends represent a sharp divergence from consumer eating habits a few years ago, and it was not until 1995 that consumers spent more at fast food establishments than they did at full-service restaurants (Pardue 1999).

Not surprisingly, given the highly competitive nature…… [Read More]

References

Abernathy, T. & Hart, R. (2004) "Evaluation of an HACCP Pilot Program for the Food Service

Industry." Canadian Journal of Public Health 95(6): 470-471.

"About Us." (2010) Aspen Systems, Inc. [online] available from
systems.com/.>
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Compare 2 Stories

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Poe and Fowles

Detective stories and novels were first created in the 1800s. eaders continue to enjoy them. Even today, 150 years later, millions of people across the world want to read the newest detective books. Many people call Edgar Allen Poe the inventor of the detective story, because he developed a formula that is still followed. An example is his "Murders in the ue Morgue." Many authors later created their own style. John Fowles' "The Enigma" shows one way that a writer can experiment with the crime story. This paper will compare and contrast these two works to explain Poe's formula and to show how it was altered by Fowles, to let the reader have more freedom of choice.

"The Murders in the ue Morgue" was story was so different from others that were popular at the time that Poe's usual publishers did not want to print it. Instead…… [Read More]

References Cited

Daniel, Robert. "Poe's Detective God." Furioso VI. Summer, 1951, 45-52.

Edwards, Samuel. The Vidocq Dossier: The Story of the World's First Detective. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1977.

Fowles, John. The Ebony Tower. Boston: Little Brown, 1974.

Martinez, Maria Jesus. "Astarte's game: variations in John Fowles's 'The Enigma.' Twentieth Century Literature, Spring, 1996 .
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Adaptive Strategy the Main Adaptive Strategy That

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Adaptive Strategy

The main adaptive strategy that was selected by this hospital was one of analysis: this was the preferred strategy for the hospital. The main rationale for its overall use was that the hospital was founded on a vision that was distinct from other hospitals: this was a vision of affordable cost, the benefit of natural healing, and the concurrence of specific goals. These goals were put in place so that the hospital can eventually expand services to other parts of the U.S. with a moderate growth rate, at first. The hospitals also proposed to achieve these goals through an analyzing strategy which would help in developing evidence-based healthcare practices throughout the medical facility. The hospital also seeks to establish a 99% recovery rate with all patients.

Thus, given the specific strategies and methods selected, there is no wonder why the specific analytical tool selected would be software analytics…… [Read More]

References

Dunn, L. (2011, August 9). 10 Secrets of Top Hospital Marketers. Retrieved from Becker's Hospital Review:  http://www.beckershospitalreview.com/hospital-management-administration/10-secrets-of-top-hospital-marketers.html 

Himssanalytics.org. (2013). The Premier EMR Adoption Assessment Tool. Retrieved from Himssanalytics.org: http://www.himssanalytics.org/docs/emram.pdf

Lewis, N. (2012, August 21). Hospitals Seek Analytics Tools In Rush To Meet Mandates. Retrieved from informationweek.com:  http://www.informationweek.com/healthcare/clinical-information-systems/hospitals-seek-analytics-tools-in-rush-to-meet-mandates/d/d-id/1105906 ?

Quast, L. (2012, November 26). Overcome the 5 Reasons Many People Resist Change. Retrieved from Forbes.com: http://www.forbes.com/sites/lisaquast/2012/11/26/overcome-the-5-main-reasons-people-resist-change/
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Oppel Kenneth Silverwing New York

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The title character is a foster girl living in Munich during the time of World War II, who lives largely by stealing, and begins adding books to her store of illicit goods and takings when she is taught to read by her foster father. She and the cast of characters she shares her treasured books with find them a welcome escape from the fearful and hungry lives they lead. The slice of history that is presented in the book along with the fiction of the story itself makes this as much an educational novel as it is a coming of age story, and the plot touches on many other deeper and more universal themes, as well. Narrated by Death, it is known that doom eventually comes to each of the characters, but the mechanisms by which this occurs and the poignancy of the tale maintains both suspense and enjoyment of…… [Read More]

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Shulevitz Uri How I Learned

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The Miracle Worker. New York: Bantam, 1960.

ISBN: 0553247786 9780553247787, 122 pages, play. Appropriate for all audiences, intended primarily for adults but of interest to early adolescents and up. High critical appraise and winner of the Tony Award for Best Play in 1960, the year following the script's debut on Broadway.

This play is based on the autobiography of Helen Keller, focusing on the character of Helen's teacher Anne Sullivan and the struggle and ultimate triumph of this woman's struggle to teach Helen how to communicate and understand the world around her. Dramatic action must serve as a substitute for more direct textual exposition, making a reading of the play somewhat lackluster in comparison with viewing a full performance of the script. The characters are fully realized and highly compelling, however, and though the plot is generally well-known amongst most readers of a certain age level, the details and lifelike…… [Read More]

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Learning Analysis an Analysis of Personal Learning

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Learning Analysis

An Analysis of Personal Learning

Throughout much initial schooling in the educational system's current set-up, different areas of knowledge and differing tasks are generally approached in wholly separate manners. The study of history is not combined with the study of mathematics, and lessons meant to expand knowledge in biology don't often include lessons in aesthetics and art. This is actually detrimental to the educational process, however, as the fact is most bodies of knowledge touch upon the skills and knowledge acquired in other learning areas. The fact that skills in English and composition would be so essential in acquiring and demonstrating learning in the social sciences and even in certain areas of the "hard sciences" is something that I did not fully appreciate when beginning this course, and now that this has been made clear I realize that I have made significant progress, yet real challenges still remain.…… [Read More]

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Treatment of Democratic Principles and Individual Action

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Treatment of Democratic Principles and Individual Action

George Orwell's legacy in literature can be reflected in his great novels Nineteen Eighty-Four and Animal Farm, two political satire novels that criticized the basic foundations of political systems prevalent during his time (mid-20th century), specifically, Stalinism/socialist-communist leadership that 'governed' the Soviet Union during this period of modernization. While he was known for the political nature of his novels, he has also written essay that provoked analytical thought through his deconstructive narrative of topics that seemed to be non-political. In these essays, Orwell was able to "politicize" these topics, critically exploring their nature and dynamics and contextualize his analysis in the overall political environment from which these topics emerged and prevailed. Examples of these seemingly 'apolitical' topics are sports and "good bad books," and insightfully, writing. For the discussion that follows, each topics that were given analytical treatment are represented through the following…… [Read More]

References

Orwell, G. (1995). E-text of "Good Bad Books." Accessed 19 May 2011. Available at:  http://orwell.ru/library/reviews/books/english/e_books 

____. (1995). E-text of "The Sporting Spirit." Accessed 19 May 2011. Available at:  http://orwell.ru/library/articles/spirit/english/e_spirit 

____. (2003). E-text of "Writers and the Leviathan." Accessed 19 May 2011. Available at:  http://www.george-orwell.org/Writers_and_the_Leviathan/0.html
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Apollo Audit Auditing Apollo Shoes Inventory and

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Apollo Audit

Auditing Apollo Shoes

Inventory and Warehousing: Test of Controls

Testing the controls that exist in the inventorying and warehousing processes at Apollo Shoes consists of the auditor ensuring that the existing controls actually measure what they set out to measure, and that these measurements reflect that actual movement of goods and materials through the various parts of the business (Arens et al. 2008). Certain processes, such as the means by which inventory is checked in and out of various stations in the business, must also be examined (Arens et al. 2008). Ensuring that these practices are able to influence physical movements of materials and goods is key to the audit process.

Inventory and Warehousing: Test of Transaction

In order to test the transaction that exist in Apollo Shoe's inventory and warehousing processes, the specific physical and record-keeping details of the company must be determined by the auditor. A…… [Read More]

References

Arens, A., Elder, R. & Beasley, M. (2008). Auditing and Assurance Services. New York:

Prentice.

Coyle, B. (2000). Cash Flow Control. Chicago: Dearborn.
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Legend' Is a Sci-Fi Thriller About a

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Legend' is a sci-fi thriller about a New York scientist who is abandoned in Manhattan in the year 2012. This one hour 40 minutes movie stars Will Smith and Alice Braga with Francis Lawrence as its director the movie is rated at PG-13 for violence. The movie offers a stunning view of how the city as the world knows it today, might look in 2012 if in the event it were abandoned in 2009.

Going back in trivia, this is the third adaption of the ichard Matheson's 1954 novel, originally in the film it was vampires instead of zombies. Such movies are always inspired by our fears and hence hold special interest, especially if it's a scientist abandoned in New York struggling to survive a virus that turns humans into flesh-eating mechanical looking zombies.

If we go through its adaptations, the first time the novel was turned into a movie…… [Read More]

References

Ebert, Roger. Rev. Of I am Legend, Dir. Francis Lawrence Chicago Sun-Times. (14 Dec 2007. Web. 21 Mar. 2011)

Jack Matthews. Rev. Of I am Legend, Dir. Francis Lawrence. New York Daily News. (14 Dec 2007. Web. 21 Mar. 2011)

David Hughes. "Legend of the Fall: Will Ridley Scott's I Am Legend Rise From The Dead." The Greatest Sci-Fi Movies Never Made. Chicago Review Press. 2002.

Lewis Beale. "A variation on vampire lore that won't die." The New York Times. 2007.
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Preferences in Learning Between American

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The trainer will then focus on the steps to be taken to develop new skills. For example, if the trainer wants to talk about motivating, leading, negotiating, selling or speaking, it is best to start with what the learners do well before showing some chart on Maslow's theory, Posner's leadership practices, or selling skills from some standard package that has been develop elsewhere. Many foreign trainers make grave errors because they do not consider the values and beliefs of the trainee's culture. Training must make a fit with the culture of those being trained, including the material being taught, as well as the methods being used (Schermerhorn, 1994).

Abu-Doleh (1996) reports that Al-Faleh (1987), in his study of the culture influences on management development, asserts that "a country's culture has a great influence on the individual and managerial climate, on organizational behaviour, and ultimately on the types of management development…… [Read More]

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Kmt's Candidate and Current Mayor

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the PRC and Taiwan have significantly increased economic and cultural ties as both nations' economies have experienced tremendous growth. Taiwan would lose economically if they were to militate against the PRC. This they would not be ready to do.

3. Least likely to occur: [enter here and use a "Term of Estimative Probability" (see below) to describe it ]

Unlikely 16-34% chance:

U representatives warned both presidential candidates that under the current circumstances, the U.. could not guarantee political or let alone military support should a confrontation with the PRC occur. aid one high ranking U.. official "should hu claim independence, there is no way the U.. President will send U.. forces near Taiwan."

Despite a series of efforts by several members of Congress to oppose the measure, in October 1971 the United Nations adopted Resolution 2758 calling for the PRC to be recognized as the legitimate government of China.…… [Read More]

Sources of Intelligence. Furthermore, my reasons for conclusions properly describe quality and reliability of underlying sources. I also properly distinguished between underlying intelligence and analyst's assumptions and judgments.

Finally, I used logical argumentation.
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Promoting ESL in Work-Based Learning

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Learning that is imparted through an educational institution or training company within the workplace setting in known as Work-based learning (WL). WL is administered by an external teacher in professional capacity and supervised by an employee of the company where WL is imparted. An exhaustive literature review indicates that it was only after Moser report's shocking revelations, regarding lack of literacy, language, and numeracy skills in one out every five adults in ritain that U.K took expedited policy actions to introduce WL. WL is relevant for all adult and young learners and more pertinent for instruction of English as a second language (ESL). Since medium of interaction and business transactions in U.K is English, instruction of ESL is essential for empowering vast percentage of population that does not have requisite skills to compete in labor market due to lack of language skills. Increased use of computers and multimedia in teaching…… [Read More]

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Liberation Theology meets Humankind Embrace

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Liberation Theology as an Analytical Reflection on Praxis, and Where Theology and Humankind Embrace

One among the most important Christian theological developments within the past 100 years is liberation theology. The doctrine's advocates regard it as a novel means to 'do theology', rather than a subfield of theology. The method aims to view the universe with regard to being involved with disadvantaged and subjugated individuals. It also endeavors to discover, within the Bible, analytical instruments as well as the energizing force to bring about drastic change to that universe (Anderson 1979, 4). The direct sources may be traced back to the 60s' developments in Latin America's Roman Catholicism, together with blatant social and economic disparities and widespread local feelings of bias.

This dissertation will look at the above objectives by reviewing the following points: The paper's foremost section will study theology's contextual character and liberation theology's introduction in response to…… [Read More]

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Policy Reform to Promote the

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In other, more charter-friendly states, there are multiple authorizers -- universities, state boards, even specially created bodies with expertise in charter school creation. The new bill before the state House and Senate will give the Board of Education an advising role on charter school applications prior to going before the local school board.

Patrick Henry School of Science and Arts opened Aug. 11, 2010 making it the 10th charter school to open in the state of Virginia since charter schools were allowed to open in 1998. However, if history repeats itself, Patrick Henry will have a bumpy road ahead. Including Patrick Henry only three charter schools are operating currently in the state of Virginia and Patrick Henry is the only one operating in the city of ichmond. At one time there were nine charter schools in Virginia, but most of them closed due to financial reasons. (citation)

According to the…… [Read More]

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CHARTER SCHOOLS: LESSONS in SCHOOL REFORM [review of the Charter Schools: Lessons in School Reform. (2005). Harvard Educational Review, 75(3), 341-343. Retrieved December 17, 2010, from Research Library. (Document ID: 920579091).

Victoria Benning. (1998, October 15). Fairfax Studies Charter School Plan; Measure's Guidelines Allow Only Special-Need Applications: [FINAL Edition]. The Washington Post, p. B05. Retrieved December 17, 2010, from ProQuest National Newspapers Premier. (Document ID: 35117762).

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Personal Statement as My Family

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My work as a research assistant in a cognitive psychology lab added to my theoretical knowledge by giving me practical experience in encoding and analyzing data. This experience provided me with the opportunity to use analytical tests and interpret statistical data. Bookkeeping of participants' demographic information also further developed my organizational skills. Having been a research assistant, I have gained a reasonable understanding of research design and the statistics needed to conduct research. For my senior major project, I wrote a research paper on an empirical study that investigated the role of change detection in studies of visual attention in the field of cognitive psychology. This paper was awarded the Sharon Borine award for the best major project in Psychology because of its successful presentation of research and adherence to American Psychology Association guidelines. I strongly believe my research experience will help me attain success in conducting graduate research as…… [Read More]

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Master of Business Administration I

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In addition to saving time and money, analytical skills are also vital in interpersonal relationships, which has become an important part of Business Administration. The analyst is no longer required to only address issues of economics and science; instead, the interpersonal component of management has become an inextricable part of leadership.

When interpersonal problems among employees for example need to be solved, analytical skills can be applied to help find a quick and amiable solution.

In more concrete terms, my current major is Economics. I believe that my knowledge of this direction will compliment the Management Science direction in a mutually beneficial way. In other words, when completing my studies in Management Science, I believe that my combination of talent, skills and knowledge will equip me to enter the business and management world at the highest levels, with a holistic approach to profitability and…… [Read More]

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Human Papilloma Virus and the Description of

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human papilloma virus and the description of epidemiology as it relates to the virus. Steps and methods of epidemiology have been discussed in detail alongside statistical data for demographics taken from surveillance records. Moreover, research data have been taken as vital assistance to compliment the study of this research paper and to prove results with evidences from researches (Duncan, 1988).

Statistics have been taken from World Health Organization for the rate of occurrence and risk factors involved with the diseases caused by the virus. Epidemiology cannot be defined unless its steps and methods are explained (Fletcher & Fletcher, 2005). The epidemiology for papillomavirus diseases includes descriptive methods of epidemiology and in this paper; the focus has been made on describing the process steps with respect to papillomavirus. There are five steps, which define how the epidemiology process is carried out; keeping in mind one of the two approaches of the…… [Read More]

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Fletcher, R.H., & Fletcher, S.W. (2005). Clinical Epidemiology: The Essentials. Baltimore: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.

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HIV AIDS Epidemic Among the Homeless

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HIV / AIDS epidemic among the homeless

HIV, the epidemic that seems to have no end, rears it head year after year causing catastrophic damage. Now more than ever, all individuals regardless of race or demographics must be weary of the devastation this virus can cause. One social economic class that is particularly prone to this epidemic is that of the homeless community. According the center for disease control and prevention, the African-American community accounts for nearly 46% of people living with a HIV diagnosis (1). Of those, 23% are homeless. What is even more mindboggling is the fact that the African-American community only accounts for 13% of the current U.S. population.

Estimated ates of New HIV Infections,

by ace/Ethnicity and Gender, 2006

(Source: CDC. Subpopulation Estimates from the HIV Incidence Surveillance System -- United States, 2006. MMW. 2008; 57(36):985 -- 989)

Obviously, the best way to mitigate the risk…… [Read More]

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2) "HIV and AIDS among African-Americans." AIDS & HIV Information from the AIDS Charity AVERT. Web. 03 May 2011. .

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Cliq-Up Internet Has Now Become a New

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Cliq-Up

Internet has now become a new frontier in regards to economic development. With the advent of the internet, new and seemingly boundless technologies have arisen. Aspects such as routine transactions at financial institutions to online dating sites have now entered into the forefront. Technology overall has enhanced the overall quality of life for civilization while also providing economic growth. It is during this expansionary period that many innovative and profitable technologies arise. CliqUp is no different in this regard. With the advent of the internet, the need for synthesis and analytics becomes very profound. As such, CliqUp has very unique value proposition for both businesses and consumers as the technology frontier continues to evolve. Using analytical data, CliqUp can provide enhanced value to businesses in terms of targets ads, customer demographics, and other analytical tools. All of which, adds value to the institution of firm who properly utilizes the…… [Read More]

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2) Scott, D. (2008, October). The Ethics of Risk and the Economic Crisis. Retrieved July 31, 2011, from Center for Ethics:  http://www.umt.edu/ethics/imx/radioessays/comment_RiskEthicsEconomicCrisis.pdf 

3) Kaplan, Stephen. "Capital Ideas - The Evolution of U.S. Corporate Governance." The University of Chicago Booth School of Business - Business School, Full-time, Part-time, Executive MBA Programs. Web. 13 Jan. 2012. .
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Federal Grants in Aid Programs

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These steps have been reiterated within the effectual conditions in the market. The marketing techniques used normally relate to the essential features of reflecting the best approaches of work within the government. This happens as done in the United States of America and many other nations that strive to live within a sound mechanism of growth and development in the field. As a way reflecting the best forms of performance, it has become a common feature to analyze the consequences of the Federal grants in aid programs under the legal frameworks and other humanitarian theories. These are theories that try to bring the best forms of growth and development in the field (Araral et al., 2001).

The policy problems that can be reflected in such a way are those related to the equality to access and make use of the grants as offered by the government. The mechanisms of performance…… [Read More]

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Education, Volume 26, Issue 11, p. 8-16

Edwin B.J. (2007). George W. Bush's Federal Aid Legacy. Publius, Volume 37, Issue 3, pp.
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Role of Government in Healthcare

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ole of Government in Health Care

ole of Government in Healthcare

How has the role of government evolved in the U.S. health care system over the past 100 years?

As made clear by the class text, there has been a seismic shift in the depth and breadth to which the United States government has been involved in the healthcare sector and field in the United States. This shift has manifested itself through four "epochs," or time period, where things completely changed from one time period to another in terms of what was done differently and how things flowed.The time period for these four periods ranges from 1850 to the present. From 1850 to 1900, the medical world was defined by the dealing with and handling of food, water and housing issues. From 1890 to World War II (1939-1945ish) related to coping with acute events and traumas that affected individuals more…… [Read More]

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38(3), 487-531.

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Mississippi Valley State University Msuv

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This also include resolving minor and major conflicts, issues and problems. This phase also include the management and constant supervision during the event, prize distribution and speech.

I realized that this is not only a tiring job but it also required me to be active all the time. I was sheer hard work. While evaluating what I did I came across the fact that I need to be more active and up to mark. Secondly I need to improve my communication skills. Thirdly and most importantly I need to learn multi-tasking and improve my managerial skillsas these were the greatest requirements for the success of an event. By success I mean giving the hundred percent to sponsors, participants, audiences and staff!!

I also realized that day-to-day matters, record keeping, conflict resolution and other normal activities (including scheduling and planning of coaching sessions, availability of practice ground, etc.) also are an…… [Read More]

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Graduating With a Degree in

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Accountancy is defined as a profession which is primarily responsible for keeping financial records, including records pertaining to expenditures and taxation. Accountants provide advice to clients, but they have a larger responsibility to the profession that transcends immediate client needs. [an Accountant Job Description] No matter how lucrative the client, the accountant must uphold the profession's ethical standards. That is why one of the most important qualities of any accountant is his or her trustworthiness. When an accountant signs an audit, it is not like a press release or a piece of advertising. All of those who read it expect it to be accurate, given that it will be used for vital considerations spanning from investors evaluating if it is worth spending their hard-earned dollars to invest in a company, or a member of the government to determine at what rate to tax the company.

Of course, accountants must possess…… [Read More]

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Strategic Management in Action

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Strategic Management Action: Strategic Position, Choices, And Strategy Implementation

Strategic management is stated to be the "process by which an organization formulates its objectives and manages to achieve them. Strategy is the means to achieve the organizational ends." (Thomas, nd) Managers are required to have a strategic vision in order to become strategic managers and implement strategic management initiatives. The strategic vision of the manager is inclusive of the following elements:

(1) The ability to solve complex and more complex problems;

(2) The knowledge to be more anticipatory in perspective and approach, and (3) The willingness to develop options for the future. (Thomas, nd)

The work of Peter Drucker states that the primary task of strategic management is the focus on the business overall mission and states:

"…that is, of asking the question What is our usiness? This leads to the setting of objectives, the development of strategies, and the…… [Read More]

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Fast Track MBA Graduate Program

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Track MBA Graduate Program

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Social services are considered to be one of the most activities for the development and improvement of a society, especially in the developed Western societies. Recognizing the importance of social services and feeling responsible as a citizen of the society to make some contributions, I decided to join this profession. I am associated with this profession from the last 15 years and I believe that I have been successful enough in terms of professional growth in this field as well as in terms of my contributions to the society. During the perusal of my assignments at work, I always felt pleasure to help out the troubled families. Resolving the problems of families at risk always made me feel proud. Helping out the families to stay together…… [Read More]

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Robert Browning's Poetry

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English literature. Robert Browning. Before providing the details and evidences of the poetry of Browning, the paper would introduce a short biography so that the background information regarding the poet's nature and his attitude towards life can be noted. The characteristics and the personality traits of Browning will be included in the study. Special attention to the various aspects of Robert Browning's poetry would be emphasized and elaborated in the paper.

Robert Browning was born in Camberwell, London, the son of a well-educated bank clerk. He was taught privately by his father but also studied for two terms at London University. He wrote poetry from an early age and was strongly influenced by the Romantic poets, particularly Shelley, and by historical events. In 1846 he secretly married Elizabeth Barrett, with whom he had started an enthusiastic literary correspondence two years earlier and they eloped to Florence. Browning returned to England…… [Read More]

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Liberating Entrepreneurial Energy Continental

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Organizing research-development-engineering meetings

Such meetings were organized by Continental in order to focus around researchers and developers within the company and to grant them an entrepreneur value, in order to directly confront them with the demands expressed by the managers in charge of divisions that worked with the market and with customers. These meetings were in the favor of both the company and the researchers and developers. This is because the company benefitted from the ideas and brainstorming of these employees, while researchers and developers had the chance to express their knowledge and skills and to present their innovative ideas.

Developing the company into becoming a systems supplier for the automotive industry

This strategic direction can be explained through Grunberg's ambition and belief in Continental's capability of developing cutting-edge technology and therefore creating the competitive advantage needed by the company in order to become the leader in the market in…… [Read More]

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2. Ramey, D. (1992). Leading Strategic Organizations. The Leading Edge. Retrieved January 14, 2011 from http://www.strategicleadership.com/images/Resources/leading%20strategic%20organizations.pdf.

3. Corporate Governance Principles of Continental AG (2010). Continental AG. Retrieved January 16, 2010 from http://www.conti-online.com/generator/www/com/en/continental/portal/themes/continental/download/governance_principles_2010_09_29_en.pdf.

4. Degenhart, E. (2010). Corporate Social Responsibility Report. Continental AG. Retrieved January 16, 2011 from http://www.conti-online.com/generator/www/com/en/continental/csr/themes/letter_ebc/letter_ebc_en.html.
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Chinese Film Analysis the Process

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(Chu 58 -- 67) it is also important to note that the film has an emotional / cultural tie, to the director Ann Hui. As a child, she immigrated to Hong Kong. Where, she learned English, as a second language and went through some of the common struggles of immigrants. ("Ann Hui")

Clearly, the film the oat People would highlight a shift that is occurring in the cinema of Hong Kong throughout the 1980's. Where, a variety of different new genres would emerge. This is because audiences felt, that many marital arts films lacked substance. At which point, a shift would occur in the motion picture industry, as a variety of new genres would quickly emerge. The oat People would underscore this shift, by telling a unique story of Vietnamese peasants trying to escape the brutality of the communists (three years after the collapse of South Vietnam). Where, they are…… [Read More]

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