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  • It is the policy of the University to consider membership in organizations that would promote the advancement of education and research, enhance the professional standing of its administrative personnel, and facilitate favorable campus-community relations. It is often in the best interest of the university to consolidate payment of multiple individual membership fees into a single institutional membership. The Chancellor retains approval authority for memberships in organizations of universities and colleges and community organizations.

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  • It is important to establish at the outset of a project, a precise definition of the purpose and scope of the project to ensure that both Business Partners and Technical personnel are clear about the field of reference. Any project carried out by an organization should be addressing one or more of the Business Objectives of the organization. If it does not, why is the project being carried out? Therefore to establish the objectives and scope of the project, it is first necessary to identify the overall reason for the project by relating it to one or more objectives of the organization.

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  • Critical business systems and their associated technologies are typically held to performance benchmarks. In the security space, benchmarks of speed, capacity and accuracy are common for encryption, packet inspection, assessment, alerting and other critical protection technolo- gies. But how do you set benchmarks for a tool based on collection, normalization and corre- lation of security events from multiple logging devices? And how do you apply these bench- marks to today’s diverse network environments? ...

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  • The CSS PROFILE is used primarily by expensive private schools to determine your true ability to pay. In addition to using the FAFSA to determine an initial EFC, private schools use the PROFILE to look for supplemental sources of funding. For instance, colleges requiring the PROFILE will ask about home equity and treat it as a legitimate source for funding college, whereas colleges requiring only the FAFSA do not.

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  • Solutions to this end are two-fold. CED needs to support skill development in non- traditional fields for women. For example women learn best in non-intimidating environments, and an all-female training and construction crew would be an excellent CED activity to meet the Canadian housing shortage. At the same time, itís important to work strategically toward improving wages in traditionally female occupations, such as childcare, and sewing operators. This has frequently been done through unionization.

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  • The spectrum utilization policy document entitled General Information Related to Spectrum Utilization and Radio Systems Policies (SP Gen) classifies radio systems as either standard or non-standard. Standard systems are those that conform to the most recent issue of a Spectrum Utilization Policy (SP) and the Radio Systems Policy (RP), whichever is applicable (SP/RP), and when relevant, to the corresponding Standard Radio System Plan (SRSP).

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  • New concepts in rapid prototyping (RP) have made it possible to build many different kinds of 3D prototype models faster and cheaper than by traditional methods. The 3D models are fashioned automatically from such materials as plastic or paper, and they can be full size or scaled- down versions of larger objects. Rapid-prototyping techniques make use of computer programs derived from computer-aided design (CAD) drawings of the object. The completed models, like those made by machines and manual wood carving, make it easier for people to visual- ize a new or redesigned product.

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  • After completing this unit, you should be able to: Explain what determines the level of economic development of a nation, identify the macro-political and economic changes occurring worldwide, describe how transition economies are moving toward market-based systems, explain the implications for management practice of national difference in political economy.

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  • Prof Yoswa Dambisya (University of Limpopo/EQUINET) scoped the Consultation over the three days, emphasising the links between activities in Day One to subsequent discussions. Day One would focus on country policies, positions and plans, with a view to identifying common ground, common challenges and common approaches. He encouraged delegates to ask: What can we do together, and what do we differently? He asked delegates to find ways of pulling in the same direction, in the Kenyan spirit of “Harambee”.

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  • Chapter 3 - Political economy and economic development. After completing this unit, you should be able to: Explain what determines the level of economic development of a nation, identify the macro-political and economic changes occurring worldwide, describe how transition economies are moving toward market-based systems, explain the implications for management practice of national difference in political economy.

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  • A classic text for all students of HR Management, Armstrong's Handbook of Human Resource Management Practice provides a complete resource for understanding and implementing HR. It includes in-depth explanations of the key areas essential to the HR function, such as performance management, organizational behavior, employee relations and health, safety and welfare.

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  • A very important campaign is waged every working day in numerous businesses across England and Wales. It happens as directors, partners, proprietors, managers, credit controllers and their staff try to collect the money that is owed to them or their organisations. They almost always succeed in the end, but all too often the end is much too long coming. The culture of slow payment continues to be a problem and for some it can be a life or death problem, at least in the business sense.

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  • Journalists are highly dependent upon individuals and organizations (including government officials, agencies and nongovernmental organizations) for a steady and reliable flow of newsworthy information. This flow of information makes news production more predictable, efficient and profitable. When this flow is blocked (for example, when traditional news sources are unavailable for comment or do not respond within the journalist’s deadline), journalists are more likely to seek other sources, which may be less authoritative, accurate, responsible or reliable....

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  • Most small to medium-sized businesses struggle with marketing. The marketing function is often treated as a cost center--ad hoc activities that don’t provide measurable results that can be tracked to the bottom line. This e-book defines our Strategic Marketing Process that businesses can use to standardize their daily, monthly and annual revenue-generating activities. It covers more than just “traditional” marketing and ties together all go-to-market business activities: strategic planning, financial planning and measurement, creative development, marketing execution and sales.

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  • In spite of the limited evidence about the behaviour of mutual funds in emerging markets, mutual fund investment in these areas has grown markedly over the past decade at a quicker pace than even the developed markets have shown. The growth in mutual fund investment is influential because it shapes the future development in the securities market and has important policy implications. The high proportion of institutional investors creates more timely information and therefore makes the market more efficient.

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  • Most projects are completed with a panic rush and midnight working as the deadline for delivery approaches. Setting intermediate deadlines, with “deliverables” – completed parts of a project that have to be delivered to the project sponsor – can reduce the last minute rush to manageable proportions. It’s a good idea to make the regular review meetings coincide with a deliverable. ”In the process of change, as in any other process, each step must be taken in turn. To attempt step two before completing step one is like trying to wax your car before you have washed it.

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  • Over the past three years the Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA) has set out in advance the milestones it has planned to achieve for different In April 2007 the Olympic Delivery Authority phases of the project. (ODA) set out 10 major milestones that it planned to achieve by the Closing Ceremony The first 10 milestones – known as ‘Demolish, Dig, of the Beijing 2008 Games.

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  • In its 2008 World development report on agriculture and development, the World Bank noted that three out of four people in developing countries are living in rural areas, accounting for nearly half of the world’s population. An estimated 86 percent of people living in rural areas consider agriculture their main source of livelihood since they depend on it to provide for their daily needs. The agricultural sector is therefore a driving force for income generation and job creation, and continues to play a vital role for economic growth and sustainable development. ...

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  • It is crucial that the teaching of writing skills is carried out in a consistent way across the whole school. In a primary setting, this means that all teachers should have reached agreement on the messages about required structure and content that they will give to learners (for example about the layout of a particular genre of writing) so that learners are not confused when they move into a class taught by someone new. In a secondary setting, as learners move between different departments as part of their learning, this is particularly important.

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  • The fulfilment of an incentive programme is the travel experience itself, but this is preceded by a motivational campaign, beginning with a launch event. Planning cycles vary depending on the industry sector of the provider. Approximately a third of incentive campaigns start six months before the trip takes place; the remaining two thirds start between six and 18 months ahead. Measurable objectives are set by the incentive providers – usually the company’s sales or marketing director, often working in tandem with a specialist incentive travel agency.

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