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*IMPACT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IN BUSINESS COMMUNI*CATION We are in the midst of a third major revolution in human civilization. First there was the Agricultural Revolution, then the Industrial Revolution, and now we are in the Information Revolution. Information and communication technology and a world wide system of information exchange has been building growth for … Continue reading Impact of Information Technology in Business Communication

The ‘reality’ of work and how this is similar to or differs from the conventional image portrayed in management texts The core of management texts are concerned with efficiency, both bureaucratic and post bureaucratic organisations. The limitation is that it concerns itself with how, and not why the organising is done in a particular way. … Continue reading The ‘Reality’ of Work and How This Is Similar to or Differs from the Conventional Image Portrayed in Management Texts

John and Owen Meanie’s Friendship

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Owen and John’s Friendship In John Irving’s novel A Prayer for Owen Meany, friendship develop in a small town in Gravesend, New Hampshire. Throughout their lives from childhood to young adulthood they always were best friends. Friendship between Owen and John runs deep that it can be describe as brotherly love. Owen and John’s relationship … Continue reading John and Owen Meanie’s Friendship

Achieving Dreams

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The whole world sometimes asksitself, “what am I living for” or “what is my purpose. ” There is more to that answer than to just reproduce the human population. Everyone has and should find their passions in life. Their passions should be there dreams. Discovering dreams can be a tough objective in society. People must … Continue reading Achieving Dreams

The Temptations of Victory: Korea

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The Temptations of Victory Korea Stoessinger, in his analysis of the Korean War, begins this chapter with many speculations. Speculations as to why the war broke out, speculations as to which nations were involved and why. He states that “though the causes of the offensive remain uncertain, it does appear probable that Stalin was behind … Continue reading The Temptations of Victory: Korea

Organisational Behaviour

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Unit 3: Organisations and Behaviour Assignment 1 An organisation is defined as a clearly bounded group (or groups) of people interacting together to achieve a particular goal in a formally structured and co-coordinated way. A hierarchy organisation is when employees are ranked at various levels within the organisation, each level is one above the other. … Continue reading Organisational Behaviour

Case 1 Risk and Rates of Return

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Divisional hurdle rates Financial management and policy Case 1, week 2 University of Maastricht Faculty of Economics and Business Administration Maastricht, 5th of November 2003 Danner, W. I 136964 Kuijt, R. J. I 130885 Steenvoorden, W. J. M. I 178829 Course Code: 6010v Group number: 7 Subgroup number: 1 Tutor: B. Pavlov Introduction Randolph Corporation … Continue reading Case 1 Risk and Rates of Return


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Siddhartha: Balance of Life The story of Siddhartha written by Herman Hesse is most likely the story that almost everyone goes through in life, but to a different degree. Siddhartha, the main character, sets out early in life to achieve his great enlightenment. He tries all the types of beliefs that claim that they can … Continue reading Siddhartha

Theory of Morality: Monism, Pluralism, Particularism

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When considering the theory of morality. There are many different views about the guidelines humans should follow in order to be a good human and live in a functional environment. Monism, pluralism, and particularism are three different ideas about how one should make decisions. Pluralism seems to be the most plausible in our society. Monism … Continue reading Theory of Morality: Monism, Pluralism, Particularism

Bill Market

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ASSIGNMENT Recent developments in Commercial Bill Market NOVEMBER 30, 2009 University School of Management Studies Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University Delhi Submitted By: SACHIN GOEL (68) MANAV MUDGAL (69) GH Batch MBA (IIIrd SEMESTER) Commercial bill A non-bank bill of exchange (loan) generated by merchant or investment banks and companies. The bill is evidence of the borrower’s debt and commitment to … Continue reading Bill Market