• Rogerian Theory
    Abstract Carl Rogers contributed a great deal to not just psychology, but psychotherapy. He was raised in a relatively normal American family around the turn of the century. His later studies, subsequent clinical experience, and research lead him to the conclusion that all living beings strive
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  • Intersect Gap Analysis
    Running head: GAP ANALYSIS: INTERSECT INVESTMENTS Gap Analysis: Intersect Investments University of Phoenix Gap Analysis: Intersect Investments The financial and investment industries are facing tough competition and companies like Intersect Investments are feeling its wrath. In order t
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  • Contextualizing Theory Building in
    Abstract Theory development and testing are central to the advancement of entrepreneurship as a scholarly field. For nearly three decades now, researchers have borrowed popular theories from other disciplines and adapted them to the study of diverse entrepreneurship phenomena. This has enhanced
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  • Gap Analysis: Riordan Manufacturing
    Introduction Riordan Manufacturing is a global plastics producer tat employs 550 people with projected annual earnings of $46 million. Riordan Manufacturing, Inc. is an industry leader in the field of plastic injection molding. Extreme precision and enthusiastic quality control are the hallmarks of
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  • Sociology Theory
    It is the intention of this essay to evaluate the history and development of the british welfare state then evaluate it according to the 4 main theories surrounding it? I will begin by brifly going over the history of the welfare state and listing the main historical developments it has experienced.
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  • Gap Analysis: Intersect Investment Services
    Gap Analysis: Intersect Investments Services Intersect Investment Services (IIS) has begun to implementation an aggressive strategic approach to becoming a true industry competitor after four years of barely managing to survive (University of Phoenix, 2008, Scenario: Intersect Investment, p. 1). II
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  • Riordan Manufacturing Gap Analysis
    Gap Analysis: Riordan Manufacturing Declining sales and profitability at Riordan Manufacturing, a global plastics producer, prompted the company to reexamine its business model and change the way it manufactures and markets its products. Riordan identified a new strategy surrounding a customer rel
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  • Riordan Gap Analysis Mba 530
    Gap Analysis: Riordan Manufacturing Riordan Manufacturing is a leading manufacturer of plastics. As employee dissatisfaction grows, management is faced with the challenge to halt the decline, boost employee morale and increase motivation. Looking at where the company now sits and where top manage
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  • Gap Analysis: Intersect Investments
    Gap Analysis: Intersect Investments Intersect Investments a financial firm struggling to stay a leader in the financial services industry. Ever since September 11, 2001, the financial services industry has experienced instability. This unstable climate has left many financial firms including Inters
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  • Gap Analysis: Intersect Investment
    Running head: GAP ANALYSIS: INTERSECT INVESTMENTS Gap Analysis: Intersect Investments University of Phoenix Gap Analysis: Intersect Investments The external forces of change have made it necessary for Intersect Investment to retool the way they do business. Increased glo
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  • Riordan Gap Analysis
    Gap Analysis: Riordan Manufacturing Organizations of all sizes face the difficult task of motivating and providing a challenging and rewarding atmosphere for their workforce. An organization’s business strategy and technology is the driving force for developing the organization’s design and wo
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  • Knowledge of the Firm and the Evolutionary Theory of the Multinational Corporation
    2003 DECADE AWARD WINNING ARTICLE Knowledge of the firm and the evolutionary theory of the multinational corporation B Kogut1 and U Zander2 1Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, USA; 2Institute of International Business (IIB), Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden Correspondence: Bruc
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  • Knowledge and Organizational Theory
    1.0 What is a Learning Organization? 1.1 Definition of a Learning Organization Just what makes a learning organization? In this sense the learning organization is an ideal, ‘towards which organizations have to evolve in order to be able to respond to the various pressures they face . It cl
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  • Gap Analysis: Riordan Manufacturing
    Gap Analysis: Riordan Manufacturing Kevin Williams University of Phoenix Gap Analysis: Riordan Manufacturing This is a Gap Analysis for Riordan Manufacturing. It defines end state goals and a managerial vision and shows the disparity between current and future states Situation Analysis Is
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  • The Right Game: Use Game Theory to Shape Strategy
    If business is a game, it’s not about winning or losing but about how you play the game. The book entitled Theory of Games and Economic Behavior has been heralded as one of the greatest scientific achievements of the century. In fact, the authors won the Nobel Prize for it. The book provided a
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  • Theory of Social Justice Applied in Hong Kong
    Apply the theory of social justice proposed by John Rawls to analyze the social and economic system of Hong Kong and assess whether the system in Hong Kong meets the basic principles proposed by John Rawls. Introduction In this world of high income and social disparity between countries, citie
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  • Strain Theory
    Strain Theory I have chosen to write about Robert Merton’s Strain Theory. I find this theory particularly interesting, especially as it relates to crime and even education. As noted in our book Sociology in Our Times: The Essentials, the definition of strain theory is that people feel strain wh
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  • Modeling Theory
    When coming up with a topic for this paper I had a little trouble. Between coming up with a valid argument to picking the right theory to support my feeling it was a real struggle. At first I thought that the Nature vs. Nurture debate would be a great base starting point. Until I read your notes
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  • The Dow Theory
    Dow Theory Introduction The Dow theory has been around for almost 100 years, yet even in today's volatile and technology-driven markets, the basic components of Dow theory still remain valid. Developed by Charles Dow, refined by William Hamilton and articulated by Robert Rhea, the Dow theory a
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  • Gap Analysis
    Running head: GAP ANALYSIS: INTERSECT INVESTMENTS Gap Analysis: Intersect Investments Laura L. Mills University of Phoenix Gap Analysis: Intersect Investments In this paper I [Avoid using I, we, and you in academic and professional writing. When you use personal pronouns that are no
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