• The Concept of ‘Just Development’
    INTRODUCTION Non-Governmental Organizations are a significant potential force for promoting implementation of developmental programs and projects such as poverty alleviation in areas such as Africa and Zambia in particular. They have for example, pioneered participatory methods in project design
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  • The Effective Utilization of the Capitation Grant; Its Effects on Enrolment and Infrastructure Development of Basic Schools in Savelugu in the Northern Region of Ghana
    CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the Study It is a well-known fact that education is the most important key for any nation to achieve the needed development. Education is simply the soul of a society as it passes from one generation to another. (Chesterton, 1874). However it is establis
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  • Career Development
    Career Development Plan Career management is an important step for employees who want to make the most of their career. During this paper, the reader will be able to explain the nature of feedback and why it is given, opportunities available with the new Sales Consultant position and those after it
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  • Analysis of the Global Smartphone Market and the Strategies of Its Major Players
    Analysis of the global smartphone market and the strategies of its major players Hee-Chan Song Hanyang University, University of Texas at Dallas1 Business Administration, Philosophy Acknowledgment The author would like to acknowledge the valuable assistance of University of Texas at Dallas i
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  • Sustainable Development
    A Strategic Environmental Assessment of Fiji’s Tourism Development Plan Prepared by Roger Levett and Richard McNally Worldwide Fund for Nature South Pacific Programme (WWF-SPP) Suva, Fiji May 2003 Disclaimer: This report was prepared by consultants for the Asian Development Bank. The findin
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  • Organization Development
    What is Organization Development? An organization is a system consisting of four interacting subsystems: structure, technology, people and task. Structure refers to the formal interactions within the organization as evidenced in the organizational chart or organ gram. Task refers to the set of acti
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  • Curriculum and Teaching Change Within Motor Vehicle.
    Curriculum and Teaching change within motor vehicle. My current role at The Manchester College involves teaching and assessing within the motor vehicle department. The awarding body is the IMI (Institute for the Motor Industry), which is responsible for the current curriculum/ framework. This fra
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  • Report: Solar Energy: an Opportunity of Development: Analysis, Views and Issues of Sun Power Corporation, Ca, Usa
    Report: Solar energy: an opportunity of development: Analysis, views and issues of Sun Power Corporation, CA, USA Executive Summary About half the incoming solar energy reaches the Earth's surface. Bolton, J. (1977). showed that the Earth receives 174 petawatts (PW) of incoming solar radiatio
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  • The Internationalization of Chinese Firms: Case Analysis of Some Key Dimensions
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  • Structure of Software Development Industry in the Philippines
    1. Industry Structure Outsourcing is contracting out some work or particular function to another company or person. This is done to save on cost and time since the third party provider or the service providers usually agrees to render services at lesser expense. During the economic boom in mid 1
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  • Organizational Development
    Organization Development – MGMT 628 VU Lesson 01 The Challenge for Organizations We live in a world that has been turned upside down. Companies are pouring money, technology, and management expertise into regions that were once off limits, acquiring new enterprises, forming joint ventures, c
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  • Five Stages of Group Development
    FIVE STAGES OF GROUP DEVELOPMENT By Sherryl M. McGuire, Ph.D. There are five stages of group development. However, not all groups reach all stages of development. The five stages of group development are Forming, Storming, Norming, Performing, and Adjourning. The stage which many g
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  • Some Key Issues for Developing the Medicinal Plants Bio-Diversity Strategy and Action Plan for Chhattisgarh
    SOME KEY ISSUES FOR DEVELOPING THE MEDICINAL PLANTS BIO-DIVERSITY STRATEGY AND ACTION PLAN FOR CHHATTISGARH *Dr Arvind Boaz India is one of the most endowed countries both in of wide varieties of medicinal plant (MP) resources and richness of tradition
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  • New Brand Development
    TERM PAPER ON New Brand Development of Home Textile industry [pic] SUBMITTED TO: MR. Bazlur Rahman. Lecturer, Department of Marketing Studies & International Marketing, University of Chittagong. SUBMITTED BY: Moshammat Taslima ; Exam Roll-2002/98; Class Roll-4426 Mohammad Rashedul
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  • Ihrm Key Performance Indicators
    JOAN MONTERO MIB CLASS B 1. Diagnose and prioritize what you see to be the crucial IHRM issues. One of the major issues presented in this Medical Precision Systems (MPS) case, is that it discarded the fact that every country has a different human resource practice. Therefore, a certain number o
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  • Growth, Governance and Human Development: Post-Soviet Transition in North and Central Asia by Petrovsky
    VLADIMIR PETROVSKY Introduction Dramatic changes in the world’s economic, political and social systems have brought unprecedented improvements in human living conditions in both developed and developing countries; profound breakthroughs in communications, transport, agriculture, medicine, genetic
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  • Effort That Contributes to Title Development in Publishing
    Malaysia has been independent for almost 55 years and now considered as fast developing country. One of the industries that generate prosperity for the nation for all these years is publishing. Serves as the main media for education, communication and dissemination of knowledge and information, the
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  • Curriculum Commitee in Nursing
    INTRODUCTION The term curriculum is derived from the Latin world ‘(currere) which means run. This curriculum is runway for attaining the goal s of education. Curriculum may be considered as the blue print of an educational programme. It is the base on education on which the teaching – learning
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  • A Thesis Paper Abt Curriculum
    Curriculum design and development Author: Judy McKimm MBA, MA (Ed), BA (Hons), Cert Ed, ILTM Head of Curriculum Development, School of Medicine Imperial College Centre for Educational Development This paper was first written in 2003 as part of a project led by the London Deanery to provide
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  • Introduction to International Development
    Section A History of Development: [1] What is development – TRADITIONALLY : * In strictly economic terms, development has traditionally meant achieving sustained rates of growth in income per capita to enable a population to expand its output at a rate faster than the growth rate of a popu
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