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  • The first edition of Managing Quality sold well and the second and third editions sold even more copies which, according to the publisher, is unusual for a book of this type. The fourth edition builds on the success of these previous editions. In the book the term total quality management (TQM) is used to describe the process of transformation by which all parts of the organization have a focus on quality with the ultimate objective of customer satisfaction and delight.

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  • It is a great honor to write a foreword for a book on game production, as this is a subject that is very close to our hearts. We have played a very small part in helping Erik with this book—he has accomplished a Herculean task in a relatively short period of time. We believe this book will serve as an excellent foundation for mastering the art of game production.

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  • Irecently took a European executive to his first U.S. basketball game. Although I had received two tickets in the first row, for the first half of the game I took him to seats up much higher that I had also received tickets for. I wanted him to get an overview of the game before getting close to see the details. My concern was that if we started by being in the front row, he would get lost in the specifics without understanding the overall process. In the business context of this book, over the past several decades, I have been involved in many major mergers and acquisitions—some...

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  • A fruitful dialogue between the public health and health care sector on the one hand, and other policy areas on the other hand, is likely to be facilitated if the economic benefits of reducing health inequalities were be made clear. It is the purpose of this report to explore the economic implications of health inequalities in the European Union. It addresses four specific questions.

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  • Distinguish the ways in which firms’ strategies are related to dynamic contexts. Identify, compare, and contrast the various routes to revolutionary strategies. Evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of choosing a first-mover strategy. Recognize when an incumbent is caught off guard by revolutionary strategy and identify defensive tactics to reduce the effects of this competition

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  • In addition to an in-depth knowledge and understanding of the scientific and clinical aspects, veterinary students also need to have a grasp of the legal, ethical and social elements of veterinary practice. Thus, communication and interpersonal skills; responsible and professional behaviour, and an understanding of the business context of veterinary practice are now recognized as important areas that should be incorporated into veterinary curricula.

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  • Our empirical results are based on monthly returns of 1,472 U.S. open-end, domestic equity mutual funds existing at any time between 1975 and 2002. We investigate the performance of the entire cross-section of mutual funds, as well as the cross-section of each of three investment-objective categories, growth, aggressive-growth, and growth and income. We first show that the impact of luck on performance is substantial.

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  • This dissertation consists of three essays that address the issue of the business value of Information Technology (IT) in the context of the Internet economy. The first essay studies the productivity of IT in the context of pure Internet based companies or dot coms. Various dot coms are divided into two groups: “digital” dot coms whose product and service can be distributed in digital form, and “physical” dot coms whose product needs to be physically shipped to customers.

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  • Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters owns the trademark on the cover of this document. Use or reproduction of this trademark is prohibited for any purpose (except as part of an accurate reproduction of the entire document) unless written permission is first obtained. This document is subject to copyright protection. However, this document may be reproduced free of charge in any format or media without requiring specific permission. This permission is subject to the material being reproduced accurately and not being used in a derogatory manner or in a misleading context.

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  • Eligibility All work entered in the ADDY competition must have first appeared in the media between January 1 and December 31, 2012. With the exceptions of Public Service Advertising, Advertising for the Arts, and Advertising Industry Self Promotion categories, work entered must have been the result of paid creative services and media placement in the normal course of business (excluding student entries). Entries must be submitted in the CBSA, DMA or MSA of the entrant (as defined by Arbitron or Nielsen for your local market).

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  • In the business sector, real investment in equipment and software rose at an annual rate of more than 20 percent over the first half of the year. Some of these gains no doubt reflected spending that had been deferred during the crisis, including investments to replace or update existing equipment. Consequently, investment in equipment and software will almost certainly increase more slowly over the remainder of this year, though it should continue to advance at a solid pace. In contrast, outside of a few areas such as drilling and mining, business investment in structures has...

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  • Amat (1992) also differentiates two control perspectives. In the first place, a limited perspective of the control concept, which can be understood as analysis a posteriori and in monetary terms of the effectiveness of the management by the different person in charge of the company, in relation to the results that were expected to be obtained or to the predetermined objectives. In this perspective, control is developed rationally and isolated from its context (people, culture, environment), and it is ensured by comparing the results obtained with those expected.

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  • Against this backdrop, and by way of providing valuable context for some of the more clinically oriented chapters in this book, our chapter considers some of the recent changes and emerging trends within the broader veterinary sector and the actual and potential impact of these on the veterinary business landscape.

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  • When priorities are misaligned, the team will be too. This disconnect explains why the teams focus on the short-term objectives versus the longer-term vision. In Figure 1 at left, we illustrate the common misalignments within sales and marketing today. Do any of these look familiar to you? The newest book by customer strategy gurus Don Peppers and Martha Rogers, Ph.D.

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