• Strategic planning overview from wiki
    Strategic planning Strategic planning is an organization's process of defining its strategy, or direction, and making decisions on allocating its resources to pursue this strategy, including its capital and people. Various business analysis techniques can be used in strategic planning, including
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  • Rational decision making model
    Abstract What is a decision? The word decision can be defined as, "the act of reaching a conclusion or making up one's mind" (American Heritage, 2000). Essentially, a decision is a choice that an individual or a group of people makes. A decision can be a single action, an entire process, or even
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  • Evaluating the performance of information technology strategic planning through itsp alignment model
    Evaluating the performance of Information Technology Strategic Planning through ITSP Alignment model Mohammed A. H. Altemimi, M. S. Zakaria and Y. Yahya Abstract. Most of organizations endeavor to employing IT as tool for a competitive and supporting the capability of IT to accomplishment the
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  • Rational unified process
    Introduction This paper has the intention to explain what Rational Unified Process (RUP) is like an IBM product and a CASE tool. After is explained what phases it has, what are the most common extensions thus what are its workflows more used. The Rational Unified Process (RUP) is a software desig
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  • Decision making model
    Decision-Making Models Decision making models and principles provide guidance for making efficient and effective decisions by putting to use a shared set of assumptions that enable us to understand or predict behavior. Lane (2000) states that there are many models of the scientific process focusi
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  • Research paper on planning & organization
    Introduction Managing companies in the 21st century has changed in many ways compared to the managing system used in the olden days. Starting from the structure of the organization itself, how they plan, how they make decision, up until how they doing things; but one thing that has not changed is
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  • On the broadening scope of the research on projects: a review and a model for analysis
    On the broadening scope of the research on projects: a review and a model for analysis Jonas S€oderlund * School of Management, Link€oping University, SE-58183 Link€oping, Sweden Received 29 April 2003; received in revised form 24 February 2004; accepted 27 May 2004 Abstract In recent ye
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  • A structural model of fashion oriented impulse buying behavior
    A structural model of fashion-oriented impulse buying behavior Eun Joo Park Dong-A University, Busan, Korea, and Eun Young Kim and Judith Cardona Forney School of Merchandising and Hospitality Management, University of North Texas, Denton, Texas, USA Abstract Purpose This study aims to ex
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  • Architectural bleuprints - the 4+1 view model of software architecture
    Paper published in IEEE Software 12 (6) November 1995, pp. 42-50 Architectural Blueprints—The “4+1” View Model of Software Architecture Philippe Kruchten Rational Software Corp. Abstract This article presents a model for describing the architecture of software-intensive systems, based o
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  • Human resource planning
    INTRODUCTION : Performance appraisal is a systematic way of reviewing and assessing the performance of an employee during a given period of time and planning for his future.It is a powerful tool to calibrate, refine and reward the performance of the employee. It helps to analyze his achievements
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  • The roles of nigerian association of model islamic schools (namis) in the development of education in oyo state: a case study of namis, egbeda local government area chapter
    THE ROLES OF NIGERIAN ASSOCIATION OF MODEL ISLAMIC SCHOOLS (NAMIS) IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF EDUCATION IN OYO STATE: A CASE STUDY OF NAMIS, EGBEDA LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA CHAPTER. BY SHITTU, AFUSAT OMOBONIKE (MRS) (MATRICULATION NUMBER 04/060854) BEING A PROJECT REPORT SUBMITTED TO THE DEPARTM
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  • Generalist model on a case study
    Implementation of the Generalist Model and the Ecosystems Perspective on a Helping Situation Pentaris (Notis) Pentaris Hawaii Pacific University Helping Situation (Case Study) Katie is a 17 year old adolescence diagnosed with cancer since she was 3 years old. The doctor told her parents, back
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  • Strategic planning and implementation
    1.1 Introduction Strategic planning is an instrument for establishing the existent on the origin of the forecasts or projection of the anticipated prospect. In order to speak about Quality in Advanced Learning, Teaching, Training, Education and Strategic Planning In this day and age advanced learni
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  • Analyzing and planning on expanding overseas cosmetics market
    Analyzing and Planning on Expanding Overseas Cosmetics Market Prepared by: Tuo Du CONTENTS ABSTRACT…………………………………………………….3 INTRODUCTION………………………………………………4 Australia
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  • Workforce planning strategy
    Workforce Planning System George Glenn HRM/531 June 23, 2010 Carol Herrington Workforce Strategic Plan The recent merger with Envirotech, Incorporated has created the need to prepare a strategic plan to develop and implement to staff the new division which, will focus on the solutions/servic
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  • Resource/profit model
    A View of the Resource/Profit Model: A Non-Profit, Service Perspective Parents have long pursued what they consider the best education for their child(ren). However, horrific events like the April 1999 school shooting massacre at Columbine High School near Denver, Colorado or more recently, the M
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  • Kotter change model
    Competitive imperatives of market forces and customer demands in today’s environment have led to the emergence of less hierarchical and more flexible organisations (Doyle, 2001). In working towards this paradigm shift, a distinction and clarification of the relationship between leadership and mana
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  • Role of planning in economic growth
    Planning has undoubtedly promoted development in many countries. But post-war history reveals that there have been many more failures than successes in carrying out development plans. Indeed, among developing nations with some kind of market economy and a sizeable private sector, only one or two cou
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  • Marris model
    FIRMS AND INDUSTRIES Marris’s Model Of The Firm Given the generally poor presentation of Marris in text-books, -Sawyer (1981, 1979) is hard to follow and Hay and Morris (1991) a bit long-winded - I have tried to produce a simpler, more intuitive approach to the model. (You might wonder - wh
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  • Analysis of business process flows and implementation of an optimal networking architecture for cims (enterprise resource planning)
    Analysis  of  Business  process  flows  and  Implementation  of  an  optimal Networking  Architecture  for  CIMS  (ERP)  Executive Summary Analysis of business process flows and implementation of an optimal networking architecture fo
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