• Intersect Investment
    the individuals on her team are not willing to change. Most of the team members are stuck on past success and unwilling to concede to anything new. The employees have the mindset of this philosophy has worked in the past and do not understand the need to change. "Unfreezing is there to motivate...
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  • The Global Context of Hrm and Hrd
    emigration may have been taken for granted in earlier generations, by the 1950’s the attitude of emigrants themselves began to change. By the 1970s a significant number of emigrants began to return and this has continued over the past twenty years. The returning emigrants have brought with them experience of...
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  • Corporate Governance
    Corporate Governance has conducted more now across the region. than 50 workshops for directors the past few years). For our part, IFC Advisory Services and our various partners over the past four years have helped launch four director institutes, implemented 19 codes of corporate governance...
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  • Peterson Book (World History) Chapter 1
    , make clothing, build shelters, and decorate their surroundings. Environmental changes, such as the advance and retreat of the glaciers, shaped life dramatically and may have led to the most significant change in all of human history, the domestication of plants and animals. • 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9...
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  • Organizational Behavior
    are track circulated within interlocking limits. Most routes have VHF radio coverage for communication between train dispatchers and trains. Telephone Communication is over wire lines and microwave. Freight traffic during the past five years has averaged 5-6 million tons per annum. It was 15 million...
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  • Economics
    and controlled, slow liberalization of trade and very gradual privatization have been emphasized, and capital account liberalization has been avoided thus far (Jha, 2002). During the past 40 years, the Indian economy has undergone remarkable structural change. The share of agricultural value added in...
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  • Sustainable Development
    identified by the MEA were as follows: 1. Over the past 50 years humans have changed eco-systems more rapidly than ever before in human history to meet demands for food, fresh water, timber, fibre and fuel. This has caused substantial and ‘largely irreversible loss in the diversity of life on...
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  • Emerging Diseases in a changing European eNvironment
    Ixodes ricinus, are most widespread and have the biggest impact on human health. Most harmful is tick-borne encephalitis (TBE) virus, with c.1% mortality in up to 4,500 annual cases. Less lethal but c.10 times more prevalent is Lyme borreliosis (LB), recognised in the early 1980s. Over the past 2...
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  • Random C
    harmless; in fact, recent scientific findings about the drug are startling. Most of the drug treatment for young people in the United States is for marijuana alone. Marijuana emergency-room mentions have skyrocketed over the past decade, and the drug is associated with an increased risk of developing...
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  • How Do Society's Ideas About Children Change over Time? Why Is This Significant for Those Working with Children and Families?
    There has been a significant change of ideas about children and childhood within our society for the past fifty years and across the centuries within different cultures. Therefore, I will look in further and explain in detail how society’s ideas about children have changed over time and why it’s...
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  • The Effects of Global Warming
    of the20th century. • Precipitation has increased over the Antarctic; the Antarctic Peninsula has experienced a marked warming trend over the past 50 years, while the rest of the continent also seems to have warmed. • Surface waters of the Southern Ocean have warmed and become less saline and...
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  • A Study of Investors Preference and Attitude Towards Gold Etf
    ) and Ritter (1991). On the other hand, there has also been evidence of what might be called underreaction. Most days when big news breaks have been days of only modest stock market price movements, the big movements tending to come on days when there is little news, such as Cutler Poterba and...
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  • Growing Beyond the Low-Cost Advantage
    “middle-income trap.” xi | Executive Summary Middle-income trap and lessons from international experience Many countries experience a growth slowdown after achieving middle-income status. Some 18 countries globally have been “middle income” for the past 50 years, including 12 in Latin America...
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  • Global Warming
    world. Hence, the ecosystem services upon which human livelihoods depend would not be preserved. Global Warming and Population: It seems there has been a recent interest in associating climate change/global warming with “over population” and that countries such as China and India have to do more to...
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  • Customer Preference
    significant change over the past fifteen years with the preference changing from scooters and mopeds to motorcycles. The scooter segments was the largest till FY 1998, accounting for around 42% of the two wheeler sale (motorcycles and mopeds accounted for 37% and 21% of the market respectively, that year...
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  • Credit Lyonnais
    Credit Lyonnais Group has grown very rapidly over the past few years and will continue to grow with planned expansions on all Continents and in all areas of business. Realizing at an early stage of its expansion that its service and market strategies required an equally strong human resource...
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  • Workforce Ageing - Paper
    Workforce Ageing The Make-up of the labour force has slowly changed over the past 50 years, and significant changes are coming. This demographic shift has been intensifying by the trend of early retirement of the baby boom generation. Many industrialized nations, having built their economies...
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  • Global Warming
    in technology and agriculture. Human activities now are a powerful factor influencing earth’s dynamic climate.Over the last million years, the earth has fluctuated between colder and warmer periods, which have occurred more rapidly in the past, and scientists hope that these changes can tell us more...
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  • Blueplanet
    for economic productivity, consumption of goods and services, and in terms of urban planning, financial, health and social care systems etc. Both culturally and genetically, human beings have always been small-group animals, evolved to deal with at most a few hundred other individuals. Humanity is...
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  • Ibm and India
    more. That accounts for roughly 80 percent of its profits over that time frame. The buybacks also account for 50 percent more than what it spent on R&D over the decade. Another 20 percent of its profits have been paid out as dividends, so that over the past decade it has given all of its...
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