• Why Is Making Rational Decision Difficult for Higher Executives? How Do Information Systems Assist Decision Makers of Unstructured Problems?
    Mohamed Hafiz Bin Othman 8 December 2009 “Why is making rational decision difficult for higher executives? How do information systems assist decision makers of unstructured problems? Decision making occurs as a reaction to a problem or an opportunity, requiring consideration of alternative
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  • Wrapper Generation for Unstructured Data
     Wrapper Generation for Unstructured data Abstract— The data on the web is highly unstructured and some times it is present without any HTML tags, so it becomes difficult to query those web-sites and extract data from them. It is also difficult to merge data after colleting from various web
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  • The Unstructured Problem Usually Faced by the Upper Level Manager
    The unstructured problem usually faced by the upper level manager. This happen because the lower level manager handle the routine decision themselves and let the upper level manager deal with the decision they find unusual or difficult. The table below will shows us the different between programmed
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  • Structured Interview Question
    [pic] FACULTY OF EDUCATION AND LANGUAGES SEMESTER MAY 2011 OUMH1103 PRINCIPALS OF MANAGEMENT NAME : JUSLINAH BINTI DIAN RANGGA MATRICULATION NO : 871129495774001 IDENTITY CARD NO. : 871129495774 TELEPHONE NO. : 014-555 0208 E-MAIL : chorronoazoro@gmail.com LEAR
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  • Problems Faceing Susu Collectors in the Bantama Sub-Metro
    CHAPTER ONE Introduction Background to the study Personal saving may be voluntary; it can also be contractual through insurance policies by insurance companies and also contributory if through the traditional social security system or “susu“. “Susu” is a traditional form
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  • Causes of Loitering Problems
    565 © Sociologický ústav AV ČR, v.v.i., Praha 2011 The Formation of Identity in Teenage Mall Microculture: A Case Study of Teenagers in Czech Malls* JANA SPILKOVÁ and LUCIE RADOVÁ** Charles University, Prague Abstract: Geographies of children and youth are a surprisingly neglected resear
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  • Structured Interviews and Situational Interviews
    Abstract The interview can be regarded as a selection device that is adopted by almost every company (Lowry, 1994). Experts in this area would think a structured interview is more reliable and valid than an unstructured interview due to its consistency and standardization (McDaniel et al., 1994).
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  •  a Study of the Problems Faced by Alcoholism
    |                            A STUDY OF THE PROBLEMS FACED BY ALCOHOLISM WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO KARUKUTTY PANCHAYATH SOCIAL PROJECTByPAUL SIMON        1.1  Statement of the problem1.2  Objective of the study1.3  Scope of the study1.4  Limitation of the study1.5Â
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  • Problems and Prospects of Sme
    TITLE PAGE PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS OF SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES IN NIGERIA. A CASE STUDY OF ENUGU EAST SENATORIAL ZONE. BY UMEBALI IJEOMA GLORY EC\ 2006\250 BEING A PROJECT RESEARCH WORK SUBMITTED TO THE DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT AND SOCIAL SCIENCES IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT O
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  • Assess the problems that are associated with using different types of interviews in sociological research (20)
    There are various problems that occur when using a type of interview, but whichever one the sociologist is using, different problems will amount. There are four main types of interviews. They are; Structured interviews, Unstructured interviews, semi-structured interviews, and group...
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