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  • Parts of Organizational Cultures

    Parts of Organizational Cultures

    Parts of Organizational Cultures Although the concept of culture has been studied extensively, the term organizational culture has only been used recently. The definition of organizational culture emphasizes the assumptions and deep patterns of meaning, values, norms and expectations, philosophies, frameworks or observable behavioral regularities as the rites, rituals, and structures (Abrahamson and Fombrun, 1994). Culture is a set of core values, beliefs and understandings that are shared by members of an organization (Smircich, 1983).

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    Submitted: March 17, 2011 Autor: peter
  • Cross-Cultural Training and Cross-Cultural Adjustment

    Cross-Cultural Training and Cross-Cultural Adjustment

    Cross-cultural training and cross-cultural adjustment The objective of cross-cultural training is to educate members of one culture to interact effectively with members of another culture, and to predispose them to a rapid adjustment to their new positions (Waxin & Panaccio, 2005, citing Brislin & Petersen, 1986; Mendenhall & Oddou, 1991). Brislin (1979)states that there are three techniques that can be used in cross-cultural training, which are cognitive, affective and behavioral. The cognitive approach corresponds to

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    Essay Length: 430 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: March 18, 2011 Autor: jon
  • Community Relationships Maintained During Hospital Closing

    Community Relationships Maintained During Hospital Closing

    Community Relationships Maintained During Hospital Closing The case study revolves around Detroit city's Mercy Hospital that had to discontinue its operations in March, 2000 due to heavy cuts in federal and state hospital payments. The case study provides information on hospital's PR plan that was crafted and executed with utmost precision. Furthermore, the case-study discusses how Mercy Hospital's PR strategies helped the hospital effectively communicate the hard news to a myriad of publics while maintaining

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    Essay Length: 1,884 Words / 8 Pages
    Submitted: March 19, 2011 Autor: rita
  • Cultural Intelligence

    Cultural Intelligence

    Running Head: Cultural intelligence Cultural intelligence [Name of the student] [Name of the institute] Cultural intelligence Introduction Cultural intelligence is our capacity to interact effectively with people of other cultures. When we talk about culture we are not referring only to nationalities. If culture is composed of values, attitudes, beliefs and behaviours shared by a group of people, we talk about culture we also refer to organisational cultures, professionals and others who we identify with

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    Submitted: March 19, 2011 Autor: moto
  • Bad Vs. Good Communication

    Bad Vs. Good Communication

    Part 1: Features of good versus poor communication Communication is very important in people’s life, because people communicate almost all the time: at school, at work, in the internet. So it is very necessary to know the main rules of good communication to prevent the barriers which lead to the poor communication and other communicational problems. Here are features that are related to good vs. poor communication. 1.1 Wearing masks One of the main barrier

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    Submitted: March 22, 2011 Autor: Kirill
  • Community Policing - Similarities and Differences of Afp and State Police

    Community Policing - Similarities and Differences of Afp and State Police

    Community Policing Community policing is a philosophy that promotes organizational strategies, which support the systematic use of partnerships and problem-solving techniques, to proactively address the immediate conditions that give rise to public safety issues such as crime, social disorder, and fear of crime. Similarities and differences of AFP and State Police The AFP is the only police service in Australia which offers work in community policing, as Federal Agents, in Protective Services and peacekeeping missions

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    Submitted: March 28, 2011 Autor: andrew
  • Pfizer Health Care Professional Resource Center

    Pfizer Health Care Professional Resource Center

    Health Care Professional Resource Center This product information is intended only for residents of the United States. Pfizer's Resource Center for Health Care Professionals offers information, tools, and materials to assist you in developing your medical career and optimizing your patient care. Career Development Coming soon in this section, you'll find helpful information to help you grow and manage your career in health care. Outreach and Patient Assistance Pfizer is committed to helping you give

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    Submitted: March 29, 2011 Autor: antoni
  • The Cyberworld - online Communities

    The Cyberworld - online Communities

    Socialising and interaction is one of the basic human needs and in today's context, this activity has gone up to the next level. Traditionally, people network or socialise with one another physically in events and places, but now all we need is a computer to do so and we can even reach out to many more people, all over the world. Online communities are forming the main channels for communications in many peoples' lives today.

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    Essay Length: 535 Words / 3 Pages
    Submitted: March 29, 2011 Autor: jon
  • Musical Instruments and Their Culture

    Musical Instruments and Their Culture

    Kevin Dawe's article called, "The Cultural Study of Musical Instruments" is about different cultures of the world, and how they create special instruments and musical styles in order to portray their cultures values, beliefs, and morals. Through out Dawe's article he makes the valid point of saying that there is more to studying instruments than just studying the instruments themselves; it involves looking at where the instrument came from, and studying that culture's society to

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    Submitted: March 31, 2011 Autor: andrew
  • Professional Skepticism

    Professional Skepticism

    Professional Skepticism SUMMARY Will recently decided to change careers and become a CPA. After successfully completing the CPA Exam he has been working with a regional audit firm. His latest assignment, also his first engagement on his own, is an audit engagement of a small town called Rosedale. He is somewhat concerned about completing the audit on his own but has a reliable mentor, Vince, at his firm who is willing to provide help and

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    Submitted: April 3, 2011 Autor: viki
  • Fitness Professionalism: Phil Kaplan

    Fitness Professionalism: Phil Kaplan

    Caitlin Rivich October 7, 2009 Fitness Professionalism: Phil Kaplan From reading this article it gave you a more personal sense of the types of "physical trainers" we are going to be running into throughout are career, and how do we overcome the bad stereotypes set by certain "physical trainers." Kaplan's I think main point he is trying to get across is that no job can be secure all it takes is for "one injury, one

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    Submitted: April 3, 2011 Autor: andrew
  • Communication Case Study on Hsbc

    Communication Case Study on Hsbc

    Report On Corporate social responsibility maintained By HSBC Bank Prepared for Liza Khanom Lecturer, management Department Faculty of business administration Northern University Bangladesh Prepared by Name ID Md. Majharul Islam 100103535 Md. Saiful Islam 100103527 Asif Salman 100103546 Md. Shakawhat Hossain 100103547 Md. Mehedi Hasan (Duke) 100103543 Section: E Date of submission 4th April, 2011 LETTER OF TRANSMITAL March 30, 2011. To Liza Khanam Lecturer, Northern University of Bangladesh. Dhaka. Subject: Submission of Report's CSR

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    Submitted: April 4, 2011 Autor: rita
  • Communication Accommodation Theory - Theory and Application of Managerial Communications

    Communication Accommodation Theory - Theory and Application of Managerial Communications

    Communication Accommodation Theory Theory and Application of Managerial Communications In the book, Applying Communication Theory for Professional Life, one of the theories the authors discuss is the Communication Accommodation Theory (CAT). The theory describes the social identity of human beings and how they categorize information in order to simplify and create an understanding of the information. Humans categorize themselves and others through second identity groups known as in-groups and out-groups. The in-group concept is the

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    Submitted: April 4, 2011 Autor: simba
  • Cross Cultural Consumer Behaviour

    Cross Cultural Consumer Behaviour

    CROSS-CULTURAL CONSUMER BEHAVIOUR To succeed, international marketers must understand the nature and extent of differences between the consumers of different societies.- ‘cross-cultural' differences. This is in order to develop effective targeted marketing strategies to use in each foreign market of interest. The issue is not ‘whether' to market a brand in other countries but ‘how' to do it. Question : Same product with same ‘global' advertising campaign or ‘tailored' products and ads for each country.

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    Submitted: April 4, 2011 Autor: simba
  • Critical Study of one Chosen Image, Setting It Within Its Cultural Context and Relating to Historical and Contemporary Critical Attitudes It Has Engendered

    Critical Study of one Chosen Image, Setting It Within Its Cultural Context and Relating to Historical and Contemporary Critical Attitudes It Has Engendered

    Produce a Critical Study of One Chosen Image, Setting it within its Cultural Context and Relating to Historical and Contemporary Critical Attitudes it has Engendered. In regards to finding an image to critically study, this essay will be investigating key aspects that have contributed towards the making of A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte (1884-6) by Georges-Pierre Seurat, which is his second painting that depicts Parisians at leisure. The painting is

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    Submitted: April 6, 2011 Autor: rita
  • Fire Safety in Zongo Communities in Ghana

    Fire Safety in Zongo Communities in Ghana

    1.0 INTRODUCTION 1.1 HISTORY OF ZONGO From the beginning, Ghana was one of those prosperous nations where people from neighboring African nations flocked to work and take part in Cocoa, Coffee, Cola, Gold, Diamond, and other businesses, handwork. Native Chiefs were giving the go ahead to offer lands to those immigrants to settle themselves comfortably to serve their labor. Every immigrant always has one thing in mind; work, make money and return home. That means

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    Submitted: April 6, 2011 Autor: simba
  • Com 126 - Seeing into Plato's Cave - Communications and the Media

    Com 126 - Seeing into Plato's Cave - Communications and the Media

    Mickey Schaub 3/20/2011 COM-126 Communications and the Media I choose this application of Plato's idea because it was plain and simple. It had illustrations and it was easy to read. It had appealed to me because I was a correctional officer. I knew I wanted to be in Law enforcement and I obtained a degree in Political Science. At the time my body would not pass the physical agility test to become a Police officer.

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    Submitted: April 7, 2011 Autor: moto
  • Community Based Adult Education

    Community Based Adult Education

    Adult Education Community Based Adult Education A. Global Assessment of Community Based Adult Education. This includes most important contributions they can make to society in the face of what are considered the most significant challenges of the 1990's. Who are the customers and how can they best be served? Which of the philosophies of adult education are most evident in each case? Adult educators in community based development identify with a specific content area or

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    Submitted: April 10, 2011 Autor: simba
  • The Impact of Education on Caribbean Society and Culture

    The Impact of Education on Caribbean Society and Culture

    To begin with it, Education is known to be the social institution that leads members of the society to socialize into the norms, values, knowledge and skills. Education can be formal and informal, meaning that in families one learns things about living and surviving in the society into which one was born. On the other hand, formal education is known to be the transmission of knowledge and skills in social organizations for example: Schools. Education

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    Submitted: April 10, 2011 Autor: jon
  • Coca-Cola and Communication Channel

    Coca-Cola and Communication Channel

    - Coca-Cola and communication channel: This is to analyse the new trend of the company in using internet and the Web as a powerful tool to reach its target customers. Some real example and applications are mentioned such as my-coke-music, Coke Zone, Coke Facebook. - Product differentiation: Coca-Cola has applied some new features to Coke Zero as well as the marketing strategy to fit with it. For example, Coke Zero is made to keep a

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    Essay Length: 282 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: April 11, 2011 Autor: Antonio
  • Technology and Communication

    Technology and Communication

    Technology and Communication The life's aspects of every single person and the system of criminal justice. There is tons of ways technology has been involved in the criminal justice system and police stations, that really I do not know where to start. One big invention was the lie detector. It was given to the criminal justice system to figure out the truth of someone suspected of or involved in a crime. Lie detectors have been

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    Submitted: April 11, 2011 Autor: antoni
  • Problem Solution: Global Communications

    Problem Solution: Global Communications

    Problem Solution: Global Communications In reading the various simulations and identifying concepts that would enhance business for Global Communications there is a necessity to make a proposal to ensure some positive and effective change. In a market that is continually changing and with the attempt stay abreast of the trends and innovation, the telecommunications industry is one that stands out. Global Communications is looking to change the state of innovation in the products and services

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    Submitted: April 11, 2011 Autor: antoni
  • Philippine Culture

    Philippine Culture

    Before I take the Greatworks course, I have various perceptions and insights on what the entire course is all about. Based on the feedbacks of those people who have already taken Greatworks before me, they told me that it will definitely eat my time because of the loads of readings and reflection papers that will be assigned to us. Some people also advised me to get this subject together with other subjects which do not

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    Submitted: April 13, 2011 Autor: rita
  • Negotiation Cross Culture

    Negotiation Cross Culture

    What Is Culture? Culture is a complex pattern of ideas, emotions and observable manifestations (behaviors and symbols) that tend to be expected, reinforced and rewarded by and within a particular group. Culture manifests itself in tangible ways, such as in language, food, dress, rituals, customs, art and music. But culture also consists of intangible components, such as values, beliefs, assumptions and the emotions with which these are invested. Culture can be thought of as an

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    Submitted: April 13, 2011 Autor: simba
  • Ikea: Swedish for Corporate Culture

    Ikea: Swedish for Corporate Culture

    Ikea is so simple in concept that in reality it is amazing how many other companies fail to duplicate them. Why is it that Ikea is so successful and so many others pale in comparison? Simple, Ikea differentiates itself and their global presence by selling a lifestyle that customers around the world embrace; that they have good taste and recognize value (Capell 2005). Ikea represents a trusted safe zone that people can enter and immediately

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    Submitted: June 12, 2011 Autor: cazzadich11

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