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  • Examples of such organisational factors include the significant changes to the management of organ donation services made in recent years, with the aim of ensuring that whenever a person dies in circumstances where organ donation is a possibility, this possibility may be raised with their family.

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  • Despite the prominence of gender issues in the IADGs, effectiveness of development cooperation has not focussed enough on outcomes of gender equality and women’s rights in terms of either the inclusion of indicators tracking the focus of development cooperation on gender equality or the participation of women’s organisations in initiatives to hold actors to account. 2012 analysis conducted for the DCF shows that aid/partnership policies, targets and mutual accountability processes do not focus adequately on the gender impact of development cooperation.

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  • Neighborhoods may influence late-life health through a number of pathways (see Figure 1). The IOM (1991) disablement framework, which distinguishes among disease, functional limitation, and disability, serves as the starting point for this framework. We extend the IOM framework to include mortality and self-rated general health status, which are both influenced by disease, functional limitation, and disability, as well as the variety of individual and neighborhood factors that influence health in general.

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  • Even moderate-sized events take a lot of planning and organising. It’s wise to set up an organising group right from the start and allocate areas of responsibility. Extra helpers can be brought in for particular roles, such as stewarding, without having to attend all the planning meetings. This approach cuts down on stress for particular individuals and ensures a more efficient use of everyone’s time and energy. For more about communications with your entire team see the section on organising your team. ...

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  • The firm’s beta ratios, its market value to book value, its current price to earnings ratio and the historical growth rate in earning per share are identified by Moore & Beltz (2002) as possessing strong influence on the equity price of the firm. They also argue that the identified factors have varying effects on the price and the effects vary from time to time, sector to sector and even from firm to firm within the same industry.

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  • The best breed of waterfowl to raise depends on several factors, including the reason for raising them and the amount of space available. Ducks are small and require less space than geese. However, they need a year round grain supplement and are more prone to predators. Geese require twice as much space as ducks, but do well on limited grain when they have plenty of grazing space. They are seldom bothered by predators. Some waterfowl are raised for meat. They can be purchased from a commercial hatchery or local feed store. Duck breeds favored for meat production...

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  • Chapter 2 - Individual behaviour and learning in organisations. This chapter describe the four factors that influence individual behaviour and performance, identify five types of work-related behaviour, define learning, describe the A-B-C model of behaviour modification, Explain how feedback influences individual behaviour and performance, identify five elements of effective feedback, describe the three features of social learning theory, outline Kolb’s model of experiential learning.

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  • The topic discussed in this chapter is strategic organisation design. This chapter includes contents: overview: organisation structure design, assessing structural alternatives, weighing contingency factors, matching strategy & structure, promoting innovation.

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  • Chapter 4 introduces you to workplace values, ethics and emotions. In this chapter, you will learn: identify the different types and levels of values; define the five main values that vary across cultures; describe three ethical principles and other factors influencing ethical behaviour; explain how moral intensity, ethical sensitivity and the situation influence ethical behaviour; discuss the linkages between emotions and behaviour;...

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  • After completing this unit, you should be able to: define teams; distinguish departmental teams from team-based organisations; explain why virtual teams are becoming more common; outline the model of team effectiveness; identify six organisational and team environmental elements that influence team effectiveness; explain the influence of the team’s task, composition and size on team effectiveness; describe the five stages of team development; identify four factors that shape team norms; list six factors that influence team cohesiveness; discuss the limitations of teams.

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  • Chapter 9 - Decision making and employee involvement. Chapter learning objectives: Diagram the general model of decision making, explain why people have difficulty identifying problems and opportunities, identify three factors that challenge our ability to choose the best alternative, outline the causes of escalation of commitment to a poor decision, outline the forms and levels of employee involvement, describe sociotechnical systems theory recommendations for more successful self-directed work teams.

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  • This study guide provides an overview of the most important topics and current debates covered in Human Resource Management (HRM) field at undergraduate level. Its aim is to help students in their understanding of what HRM is, how it functions in organizational settings, why people are important as organizational resources and how this resource can be effectively managed in the 21st Century. The guide concentrates on the basics of organisational behaviour and Human Resource Management.

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  • I am grateful to the publishers for the invitation to produce a second edition of Applied Basic Science for Basic Surgical Training. Despite the considerable changes to education and examination, the requirement of any future surgeon to possess a comprehensive knowledge of the applied basic sciences remains the core of surgical training; a fact that is universally acknowledged by the organisations most closely involved in the shaping of the surgical curriculum.

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  • A distinction is to be made between the terms 'efficacy' and 'effectiveness'. Efficacy is defined as "the probability of benefit to individuals in a defined population from a medical technology applied for a given medical problem under ideal conditions of use". By contrast, effectiveness is considered to have all the attributes of efficacy but to reflect "performance under ordinary conditions by the average practitioner for the typical patient" [12].

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  • In recent years, the food and beverage industry in the US has viewed children and adolescents as a major market force. As a result, children and adolescents are now the target of intense and specialized food marketing and advertising efforts. Food marketers are interested in youth as consumers because of their spending power, their purchasing influence, and as future adult consumers. Multiple techniques and channels are used to reach youth, beginning when they are toddlers, to foster brand-building and influence food product purchase behavior.

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  • The resource-based view of the firm (RBV) is one of the latest strategic management concepts to be enthusiastically em-braced by marketing scholars. This paper argues that the RBV holds much promise as a framework for understanding stra-tegic marketing issues but cautions that, before it is adopted, it needs to be fully understood. Consequently, the paper charts the development of the RBV from its origins in early economic models of imperfect competition, through the work of evolutionary economists to the contributions of strategy and marketing scholars over the past two decades.

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  • As life expectancy continues to rise, one of the greatest challenges of public health is to improve the quality of later years of life. The aim of this present study was to analyze the quality of life profile of the elderly across different demographic and socioeconomic factors. A cross-sectional study was carried out in two stages, involving 1,958 individuals aged 60 years or more. Health related quality of life (HRQOL) was assessed using the SF-36 questionnaire.

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  • As the market leader in digital signage, NEC offers a large selection of powerful digital signage solutions that can provide reliable outstanding images over long periods of use. Digital Signage can serve several purposes such as informing, entertaining or providing a purchasing incentive. For instance, a public display with tantalising content placed above a concession stand can boost sales of popcorn, cola and other items.

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  • Hence, there is an imperative need to re-engineer Pakistan’s dairy industry; both at farm and processor level. This paper seeks to investigate the tools that could bring about such change. We believe achieving the strategic change outlined in this paper for the dairy industry may prove challenging for at least some sectors.

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  • the large, well-organised and informed Somalia diaspora repatriate significant remittances and, to a very considerable extent, Somalis (especially urban communities) subsist on these remittances. remittances have been used to invest in a flourishing private sector in Somalia, including private health care services. However, these investments are not aggregated nor under control of central authorities, are not distributed according to need and so are not strategically focussed, efficient or egalitarian. the status of educational attainment in the country is very low.

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