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  • Conflict and Resolution Within a Work Group
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  • In the Ever-Changing World of Fashion, Can Sexiness, Luxury, Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability Work in Harmony?
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  • The Impact of Corporate Social Responsibility on Consumer Behaviour: Does Csr Affect Consumer Decision Making and Buying Behaviour Within the Uk Supermarket Industry
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  • Responsibility Centers Within Organizations
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  • 2500 Words on Responsibility and Being Personally Accountable
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  • Nike Social Responsibility Audit
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  • Mining Companies and Social and Environmental Responsibility
    Mining companies and social and environmental responsibility Mining has an image problem. In developing and developed countries alike, the public tends to regard the industry as dirty, dangerous and disruptive - and those who stand to profit from it as greedy despoilers. But as gold, copper...
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  • The Purpose of Internal Communications Within an Organisation
    Communication is defined as the transmittance of information. Good communication involves a two way process either by a formal or informal means. It can be written, spoken or virtual or it can occur with people in groups or individually. Internal communication between employees is an essential found...
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  • Motivation Within Organisational Structure
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  • International Financial Reporting Standards
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  • Corporate Social Responsibility & Globalization
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  • Social Responsibility of Business: a Case Study of Grameen Phone in Bangladesh
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  • “a Study on Investors Perception Towards Eva as Reporting Practice in Indian Banking Sector “
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  • Carnival Cruise Lines Case Analysis
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  • Corporate Governance and Financial Reporting in the Nigerian Manufacturing Industry: an Ethical Perspective
    CHAPTER ONE 1.1 BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY The original need for corporate governance stems from the separation of ownership and control in publicly held companies in the 19th century, it is pertinent at this point to note that this separation has brought about overzealous managers and passive owners...
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  • The Social Responsibility of Business Is to Increase Profits
    "It's time to discard the popular belief that corporations must focus first and foremost on maximizing value for shareholders. That idea is inherently, and tragically, flawed." These are not my words - I am quoting Roger Martin, Dean of the Rotman School, in the January 2010 edition of the Harvar...
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  • Business Ethics and Social Responsibility
    Ethics in the workplace help the organization to grow and prosper. They bring about leadership, work culture and literacy. Ethic are beliefs about what’s right or wrong and good or bad based on individual’s values and morals, plus a behavior social context. Ethical behavior conforms to individua...
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  • Regulation of Financial Accounting and Reporting: the Pro-Regulation Perspective
    Regulation is defined as a set of rules that is designed to control and govern conduct by authority (Deegan 2009, p.59). On the basis of this definition, Deegan (2009, p.59) has defined regulations relating to financial accounting as rules that are developed by independent authoritative body to gove...
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  • The Importance of Accountability and Responsibility in the U.S. Army
    The Importance of Accountability and Responsibility in the U.S. Army The following essay is a compilation of my personal experiences, definitions, and examples of how responsibility and accountability are important to surviving in today’s U.S. Army. Responsibility is increased when soldiers h...
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