Xem 1-11 trên 11 kết quả Satisfying human needs
  • This book is about marketing and marketing strategy planning. And, at its essence, marketing strategy planning is about figuring out how to do a superior job of satisfying customers. We take that point of view seriously and believe in practicing what we preach. So you can trust that this new edition of Basic Marketing—and all of the other teaching and learning materials that accompany it—will satisfy your needs. We’re excited about this edition of Basic Marketing, and we hope that you will be as well....

    pdf848p socolanong 19-04-2012 111 65   Download

  • There are awfully many introductory expositions of economics available. Why bother to write another? Well, think of economics as a gigantic architecture with deep cellar vaults and high towers. It has gorgeous dining halls, remote chambers, and balconies that allow breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside. In this allegory, the author of a textbook is a guide and the readership a group of visitors taken on a tour of the complex. The architecture is large and the time the visitors may spend is short (moreover, they are easily bored and tire fast).

    pdf185p namde02 08-03-2013 36 14   Download

  • Due to economic growth and increasing population, energy demands must be satisfied in a sustainable manner assuring inherent safety, efficiency and minimized environmental impact. Nuclear power has long posed a dilemma for environmentalists and scientists alike. On the one hand it is seen as a cheap, clean energy source whilst on the other some have concerns over its ability to dispose of radioactive waste.

    pdf440p ktcn_1 10-07-2012 42 15   Download

  • Sustainability is generally associated with the definition of sustainable development, which refers to being able to satisfy the needs of the present without compromising the ability to satisfy the needs of the future generations. The concept of sustainability applies to the systems composed of human beings and nature.

    pdf550p samsungwifi 09-04-2012 28 6   Download

  • Consumer decision-making is defined as the behaviour patterns of consumers that precede, determine and follow the decision making process for the acquisition of need satisfying products, ideas or services (Du Plessis & Rousseau, 1999). During the consumer decision-making process, not only do consumers make decisions regarding which brand options to choose but they also decide what quantity of the good to purchase.

    pdf240p kimngan_1 04-11-2012 20 6   Download

  • Characteristic of the human is that his desire is never ended, except on short time. When one desire is satisfied, another one comes into the foreground. And it is true for the whole life of man. Thus, it is very important to study and understand the nature and relationship of all motivations by the broad standing of human needs. Adair, J. 2006. Leadership & motivation: the fifty-fifty rule & and eight key principles of motivating others. Kogan Page

    ppt30p sony_12 25-06-2013 25 6   Download

  • The first and most fundamental role of the economy is to make goods and services accessible to the populace. Human beings have inherent needs and wants and the ability to satisfy those needs and wants through financial might is what we would normally term as “standard of living.” While any high school economics teacher will point out that “standard of living” is not necessarily synonymous with “quality of life” - a concept that can bring together many non-economic factors such as happiness or feelings of acceptance with society – it can not be disputed that a person who is...

    pdf8p geometry1122 09-05-2013 14 2   Download

  • Human needs: Health benefits will accrue when human social and cultural needs are satisfied by access to wetlands. Health relates most easily to the direct survival requirements (a full spectrum of which includes water for food, water for drinking, cooking and eating, washing, cleaning, health and healthcare, and for waste removal and assimilation).

    pdf54p quygia123 06-11-2012 18 0   Download

  • Maslow, a humanist psychologist, and one of the greatest thinkers of the twentieth century, has explained ‘human nature’ in one simple model. He suggested that there are universal, instinct-like needs, which every human being strives to satisfy. Almost all human activity can be seen in terms of these needs. Maslow gives the needs a hierarchical order. Those needs at the bottom of the diagram overleaf are of greatest importance. A need towards the top would only be of importance to someone if the needs lower down were already largely satisfied.

    pdf622p knm_111 27-04-2012 174 81   Download

  • Managing people effectively, so they contribute to an organisation while being able to satisfy their own needs, is vital for any organisation wanting to retain a competitive edge. With the HRM BBS you’ll look at how employees are recruited and selected, and how work is designed and measured, so an organisation can create value from its employees.

    pdf52p bi_ve_sau 05-02-2013 20 5   Download

  • The word "technology" can also be used to refer to a collection of techniques. In this context, it is the current state of humanity's knowledge of how to combine resources to produce desired products, to solve problems, fulfill needs, or satisfy wants; it includes technical methods, skills, processes, techniques, tools and raw materials. When combined with another term, such as "medical technology" or "space technology", it refers to the state of the respective field's knowledge and tools. "State-of-the-art technology" refers to the high technology available to humanity in any field....

    pdf0p louisxlll 20-12-2012 23 3   Download

Đồng bộ tài khoản