• Information Technology
    Factors influencing adoption and utilization of ICT's in Microfinance Institutions in Kenya ICT’s - (Information Technology and Information Systems) Abstract The vision articulated by the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS, 2003) held in Geneva in December 2003, attended by representatives...
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  • Social Skills Training and Its Influence on Behavioral Problems of Selected Teenagers in City Social Welfare Complex, Lucena
    SOCIAL SKILLS TRAINING AND ITS INFLUENCE ON BEHAVIORAL PROBLEMS OF SELECTED TEENAGERS IN CITY SOCIAL WELFARE COMPLEX, LUCENA A Research Proposal Submitted in partial fulfillment Of the requirements for the subject English IV Presented to the Faculty of the BASIC EDUCATION DEPARTMENT, St...
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  • Mobile Learning Via Sms Among Distance Learners: Does Learning Transfer Occur?
    method used in learning and education especially in distance education field. For this reason, students’ responses are gathered which looked at three factors namely learner characteristic, learning design and learning environment. The data are gathered through a survey research design with questionnaires...
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  • Service Productivity
    Steven Crom and Dana Jones, “Relationships between employee attitudes, customer satisfaction and departmental performance”, Journal of Management Development, Vol. 15 No. 1, 1996. pp. 62-75. Retrieved January 6, 2008 from http___www.emeraldinsight.com_Insight_ViewContentServlet_Filename=_published_emeraldabstractonlyarticle_pdf ...
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  • summary of articles
    long run liquidity position Theoretical framework -Studies mentioned which investigated antecedent of employee turnover - job-related factors, external factors to personal characteristics of the employees Considering job satisfaction as antecedent of turnover -Mobley model of job deissatisfaction ...
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  • Role of Training and Development Manager
    Role of a Training and Development Manager To meet the challenges set by the rapid transformations in the technology and business operations, the work force need to be aware of the changeover and its impact on his work. Training helps him to bridge the gap on where he is to where he has to be, thereby...
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  • Workforce Planning
    Identifying any gaps in the workforce needs d. Planning and implementing strategies to eliminate the gaps. Strategies may include increasing, reducing or training the workforce. e. Reviewing and evaluating the plan and making adjustments where necessary 3. The benefits of workforce planning include: a. In short...
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  • Ob Change Management
    outcomes        Outline the meaning and nature of organisational development; Examine the nature, types and main features of organisational culture; Evaluate influences on the development of culture and the importance of culture; Detail the characteristics of organisational climate...
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  • Contectual Factors Informal Learning Workplace
    Contextual Factors Influencing Informal Learning in a Workplace Setting: The Case of “Reinventing Itself Company” Andrea D. Ellinger Informal learning is one of the most prevalent forms of learning in the workplace. However, little is known about how such learning is best supported, encouraged, and...
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  • Turnover of Nurses
    Health Services Management Research 17, 249–262 © Health Services Management Centre 2004 Factors influencing turnover and retention of midwives and consultants: a literature review Jie Shen*, Annette Cox† and Anne McBride† *University of South Australia, Division of Business and Enterprise; † Manchester...
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  • Corporate Manpower Philosophy
    scene. The development of the manpower Philosophy is a long term process. The philosophy is usually informal and respects values and opinions of the main stakeholders. The leader of the organization has a significant influence on the manpower Philosophy. The HR Leader is the next one influencing the philosophy...
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  • Bplan
    meeting established performance outcomes so that the quality of such efforts may be compared and proactive improvements made on a continuous basis, training needs identified and addressed, and so that efforts not found to be efficient and effective may be modified, streamlined, or eliminated; and • ...
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  • Organizational Interventions Influencing Employee Career Development Preferred by Different Career
    USAIJTDInternational Journal of Training and Development1360-3736Blackwell Publishing Ltd. 2005March 2005 14761ArticlesOrganizational Interventions 9 International Journal of Training and Development 9:1 ISSN 1360-3736 Organizational interventions influencing employee career development preferred by different...
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  • Work Factors
    THE INFLUENCE OF WORK ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS ON MOTIVATION TO TRANSFER MANAGEMENT TRAINING: CASE STUDY OF THE LIBYAN OIL INDUSTRY Mohamad Abozed (1), Yassine Melaine (2), Karima Saci (3) 1) PhD Candidate, School of the Built Environment, Liverpool John Moores University, Byrom Street, Liverpool...
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  • Choosing a Career
    difference in your quality of life. There are a number of factors that affect career choices that you should always keep in mind, no matter what your career involves. Other People Are Reading • [pic]Factors Affecting Career Choices • [pic]Factors Affecting Career Choices Among Students Education ...
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  • Human Resource Management - Critical Analysis of a Current Hrm Issue - Employees' Perception of Fairness of Performance Appraisal Systems
    performance appraisal has been transformed from performance-monitoring into performance-development tools with three functions (Erdogan 2002, Froydis 2010): * To provide adequate feedback to support employee development. * To serve as a basis for modifying or changing behaviors to produce more effective...
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  • Personality Biases of Accounting Students: Some Implications for Learning Style Preferences
    emeraldinsight.com/1362-0436.htm CDI 13,4 Factors influencing career choice of management students in India Tanuja Agarwala Faculty of Management Studies, University of Delhi, Delhi, India Abstract Purpose – This paper aims to explore the influence of a range of factors on the career choice of management...
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  • Community Practice
    clinical nursing education: a students’ perspective. Curationis 25(3), 35–42; Löfmark, A., Wikblad, K., 2001. Facilitating and obstructing factors for development of learning in clinical practice: a student perspective. Issues and innovations in Nursing Education. Journal of Advanced Nursing 34(1), 43–50;...
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  • Retentation
    Key words. Determinants, Academic staff retention, Public universities in Kenya 1. Introduction The role of Universities in the provision and development of manpower required for the social economic and technological advancement of any nation cannot be over- emphasized. By their unique nature universities...
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  • Change
    knowledge in term of technology of telecommunicating. Why Motorola change? There are two factors that influence Motorola Company to make a change. These changes are: i) External factors External factors that influencing Motorola to make a change is a technology, globalization and competition, changing demand...
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