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Important Factors Leading to the Gilded Age - ... After the Civil War in 1865, Carnegie would retire from the railroad business and establish the Keystone Bridge Company and invest in the iron industry. In 1867, the Keystone Bridge Company began construction on the Eads Bridge in St. Louis, Missouri and East St. Louis, Illinois. This bridge was to span the Mississippi River, and be over a mile in length which had never been accomplished before. Wrought Iron alone was too weak in order to support the span of the bridge; the solution was to use steel....   [tags: industrial, resources, technology] 1740 words
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Important Factors for Project Success - ... Top management have a smart team project Top management have a smart project team because without the smart team project in the right place, any strategy has the potential to falling apart. This is because the core project staff, expert resources, supplier and all the shareholders should be part of the team. They must have a commitment to the group, share the similar mission and vision for the project and strive for overall success. Top management open the communication to the team. Top management open the communication to the team is the factor to the project success....   [tags: planning, detail, effective communication] 581 words
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Most Important Factors of Tesco - Most Important Factors of Tesco Tesco first launched their international expansion in 1994. After 11 years their sales have grown to contributing 20%(£7 billion) of the total turnover has been from overseas sales. The success of Tesco expansion overseas has mainly been down to the strategy of seeking out new markets in an early growth stage....   [tags: Papers] 1467 words
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The Four Important Factors in Assuring Efficiency and Quality in Production - Planning, Organizing, Leading, Controlling The four important factors in assuring the efficiency and the effectiveness in the productivity of a company or organization is planning, organizing, leading and controlling. These four factors can guide a manager in terms of helping themselves to manage a better organizations and achieving their goals. First is the planning factor. Planning is the function of management that involves setting objectives and determining a course of actions for achieving those goals....   [tags: Planning, Organizing, Leading, Controlling] 675 words
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Ten Important Factors of Google's Local Search Algorithm - 10 Important Factors of Google's Local Search Algorithm Different factors affect rankings on Google Maps. Based on my experiences with local costumers here are the top 10 most essential things to consider for your business. 1. Your business address. Your business location is important, if you want to get a rank for a certain city. A friend of mine ranks high on "richlandwa real estate" because that's where her address is, she is nowhere to be found for "Kennewick" or "Pasco" (the other major local cities) keywords....   [tags: Technology, Rankings on Google Maps] 1102 words
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Important Factors of a Nation’s Well-Being - Personal rights, the freedom of thought and belief, and a population’s standard of living are important factors of a nation’s well-being. The society’s opinions, in many democratic countries, play an important role in political decision-making. However, several of those freedoms, as well as democratic government practices slow down the speed at which laws and policies come into place. In times of crisis, this many not be the best for the nation’s security. Governments should allow personal rights, along with the right to say and think what people believe, but should suspend them during times of crisis to allow affairs to be kept under control, and important political decisions to become effe...   [tags: rights, freedom, government] 765 words
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The Importance of Effective Communication - Communication is one of the most important factors in our lives. It dictates the relationships formed with the individuals in personal and professional lives. Effective communication provides a foundation for trust and respect to grow. It also helps better understand a person and the context of the conversation. Individuals often believe that their communication skills are much better than what they actually are. Communication appears effortless; however, much of what two people discuss gets misunderstood, thus leading to conflicts and distress....   [tags: important factors in our lives, listening] 628 words
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The Most Important Factors that Led Up to Hitler's Rise to Power in 1933 - The Most Important Factors that Led Up to Hitler's Rise to Power in 1933 Hitler was perhaps the most important figure in modern history. He led the Axis armies in Europe, he killed millions of Jews, homosexuals, gypsies, and other minority groups that he felt should be exterminated. Although he was a dictator of Germany he was voted into power in 1933. It is incredible to think today that a man of such obvious evil should be voted into power. In 1928 the Nazi party only had 12 seats in the Reichstag; in 1932 the Nazi party had 230 seats....   [tags: Papers] 793 words
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Five Factors Theorized to be Important in Countertransference - Five Factors Theorized to be Important in Countertransference countertransference and the expert therapist, this study looks at how beginning therapists rate five factors theorized to be important in countertransference management: (I) anxiety management, (2) conceptualizing skills, (3) empathic ability, (4) self-insight and (5) self-integration. Using an adaptation of the Countertransference Factors Inventory (CFI) designed for the previously mentioned studies, 48 beginning therapists (34 women, 14 men) rated 50 statements as to their value in managing countertransference....   [tags: Papers] 611 words
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Assessing the View that Practical Issues are the Most Important Factors in Deciding Which Research Method to Use - Assessing the View that Practical Issues are the Most Important Factors in Deciding Which Research Method to Use In sociology, sociologists will often have to do research into certain topics to gain a deeper understanding of them. There are many methods of research that a researcher could use if they were researching into society, such as observation, questionnaires, surveys, or interviews. When choosing between these methods a researcher must consider many factors, both practical and/or ethical....   [tags: Papers] 1447 words
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Physical Attractiveness is More Important Than Any Other Factors When Looking for a Potential Date - Physical Attractiveness is More Important Than Any Other Factors When Looking for a Potential Date This experiment was conducted to test the experimental hypothesis; ‘Physical attractiveness is more important then any other factors when looking for a potential date’. The experiment investigated whether physical attractiveness really is the key factor, which determines a relationship or not i.e. if the individual is good looking then a relationship would be formed. The design of the experiment was independent design....   [tags: Papers] 2429 words
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Explain which factors played the most important role in bringing the Nazi Party to power in Germany - Factors that Played the Most Important Role in Bringing the Nazi Party to Power in Germany Adolf Hitler and the Nazi party are a major part of recent history. In the beginning of 1918, a party called the ‘Freier Ausschuss für einen deutschen Arbeiterfrieden’ (Free Committee for a German Workers' Peace) was created in Bremen. Two members of this party, a toolmaker, Anton Drexler, and a journalist, Karl Harrer decided to branch away from this party and in 1919 they changed their party’s name to the ‘Deutsche Arbeiterpartei’ (German Workers' Party, abbreviated DAP - which would eventually become the Nazi party)....   [tags: Papers] 1221 words
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Is Family Important? - Can everything bad in society be blamed on a bad family life. Are parents really at fault. Or are they victims themselves of family. Whether people are born into a family or create their own by birth or by adoption, all humans learn from their parents or caregivers (Kendal, 2013, p.435). They begin to develop a sense of who they are by observation and imitation. The family is the single most important socialization factor in the life of a child. There are four primary agents of socialization: family, schools, peer groups and mass media (Kendal, 2013, p.117)....   [tags: Agent of Socialization, Marriage Factors]
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How do Psychosocial Factors Influence Cardiac Health - ... In situations of chronic stress and emotional disturbances, there is an increase in the sympathetic nervous system.6 Cardiovascular reactivity causes endothelial damage, allowing lipid deposition, increase of inflammation and eventually formations of atherosclerotic lesions.5 These lesions can block important arteries such as coronary arteries and cause severe cardiac problems such as myocardial infarctions (heart attack). Evidence based on epidemiological studies The INTERHEART study found that psychological stressors such as stress from work or home, financial stress and stressful life events were associated with the risk of the first acute myocardial infarction.8 It was also found in...   [tags: risk factors, stress, anxiety]
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The Factors of Production - Production Functions A production Function in general, without specifying what kind, is related to the output of a production process which starts which starts with the factors of production. The production functions are an integral part for explaining marginal products as well as allocative efficiency. There are different classifications for production functions, and what constitutes them, determined by the type of production. This article of the WIKI aims to focus on the Substitional production function, explaining what it is and means, as well as the limitational, doing the same....   [tags: factors, output, efficiency] 949 words
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Environmental Factors Responsible for the Disappearance of the Drooping Trillium - Background Information: Trillium flexipes, more commonly known as the Drooping Trillium, is currently listed as an endangered species in both Ontario in 2008, and Canada in 1996. The Drooping Trillium is a perennial herb and is a member of the lily family (Jalava and Ambrose 2012). In Canada, Drooping Trillium grows only in southwestern Ontario in warmer climates. Currently there are only two locations in the province in which it exists, but there were once six known locations (Ministry of Natural Resources 2013)....   [tags: Trillium Flexipes, Abiotic Factors, Biotic Factors]
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Identifying Factors that Lead to High Recidivism Rates Among Juvenile Delinquents - The purpose of this research paper is to identify factors that lead to high recidivism rates among juvenile delinquents. The factors found were divided up into two separate categories; Dynamic and Static. This paper also looks into the foundations and concepts of juvenile probation departments, and their officers, as well as how the juvenile probation departments work to eliminate recidivism factors. Some ways in which this is done is through specific programs geared towards each offender’s specific needs and opportunities that would not normally be available to these troubled youths....   [tags: static risk factors, correctional facilities] 1763 words
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External and Internal Factors - External and Internal Factors There are many external and internal factors that impact the planning functions of management. We must all be mindful of these factors because they could have an enormous impact on organizations productivity. The process of assessing the external and internal factors that an organization will face can be vital to the planning function of management. One must determine a set of issues and constraints and then list the assumptions that will impact the implementation of the plan....   [tags: External Internal Factors Management Essays] 1045 words
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What Factors Are Involved in the Increasing Prevalence of Type II Diabetes in Adolescents living in Sub-Saharan Africa? - ... These databases can subject specific or it could include all materials on different disciplines. However, it is safe to remember that not all relevant articles will be published in journals that have been indexed in these databases (Bowling, 2009). As a result of this, grey and unpublished literatures have to be included as much as possible. First, deciding whether to use primary studies or secondary studies is important as primary studies tend to report their findings first hand while secondary studies synthesize results from multiple primary studies....   [tags: risk factors, practice, further research]
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Is Training the Most Important Factor in Human Resource Management? - Many people believe that Training & Development is the most important function in effective human resource management. But I do believe that it is not the most important factor as there are many other factors we should consider before we come in to a conclusion that Training & Development is the most important factors. In my report below we will discuss about why some people believe that Training & Development is the most important factor and the other important factors of a effective human resource management....   [tags: planning, recruitment, performance] 841 words
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Capital Budgeting: An Important Factor in a Company's Survival and Future - ... 375). In order to do any of these, huge amounts of resources must be accounted for. In the end, investors, employees and stockholders will certainly benefit. It is important to remember that while a corporation determines what they invest in and where their money goes, investors do not usually have the same influence. Additionally, nothing is done for free, even the analysis of potential projects costs money and many of them never materialize (Ehrhardt & Brigham, 2011, p. 382). There can be numerous criteria that determine which capital budgeting project is selected....   [tags: project selection, investment decisions]
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The Effects of Motivation Factors in the Workplace - One of the most important and driving factors for achieving goals is motivation. Motivation is defined as “psychological processes that arouse and direct goal directed behavior” (Kreitner&Kinicki 207). Motivation is imperative in the workforce. Typically, work environments are very goal oriented. Experts argue that having goals motivates people. While goals are important for people in the work place, incentives are also important. Rewards for reaching goals include the feeling of fulfillment upon reaching the goal as well as the satisfaction of being recognized....   [tags: goals, rewards, managers, employees] 1894 words
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Human Factors in Software Development - The contemporary world is indeed an information society. Computer technologies pervade virtually all aspects of human life today: at home, in hospitals, at school, in the office, or in the industries. More and more novel technologies continue to be added on the already existing ones. While the technological aspects are important, the human factors in the development of the software sued in these technologies have been overlooked. Human factors are an essential aspect of the software development process in order to ensure user safety, and ease of use....   [tags: Human-centered Software]
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Understanding Social Factors in Health - Understanding social factors in health has become a central issue recently and a large number of studies has been dedicated in this regard. Social factors are phenomena seen in the interaction between individuals and social groups. In this essay, the importance of understanding such factors and their influence on health are addressed by studying socioeconomic status. Studies results are incorporated to explain health inequalities that arise from socioeconomic status and possible explanations including the material and structural, social selection, cultural and historical explanations cited in the literature are briefly discussed....   [tags: Health] 2326 words
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Factors of Creation of Nationalism - “It is nationalism which engenders nations, and not the other way round.” Such words were written by prominent social anthropologist Ernest Gellner in his work Nations and Nationalism (1983). Nationalism can be defined as a person or group’s loyalty and support for their nation, whatever that nation may be. This brings to light a very troublesome and tortuous subject. Expressed simply as Nationalism, this being is very controversial, many hailing it as a propitious concept, while others putting it down and viewing it in animosity....   [tags: Political Science]
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Key factors for Educational Leaders - A leader can be described as a person who gives direction, inspiration and cause to a group of people who are striving to achieve a common or similar goal (Eacott, 2011; Siraj-Blatchford & Manni, 2013). As there are many types of leaders within an early childhood education setting, such as director, room leader and educational leader, it is important to define and dissect what each role requires (Siraj-Blatchford & Manni, 2013). An educational leader is defined in the National Quality Framework (NQF), where they have support from other documentation and literature to identify what an educational leader is (Australian Children's Education and Care Quality Authority, 2014)....   [tags: education,pedagogical documentation,leaders]
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Causes and Factors of Homosexuality - ... Sooner and later the son would wish he could be more like his father. This desire leads the son to idolize other boys have all the characteristics he believes that he is lacking. When he gets older, the feeling changes from idolizing to thirsting for being close with men, which means to be attracted to them. The son hopes that having a sexual relationship with a man he perceives to will make him feel whole (Mantyla 2). What’s more, unusual sexual experience may lead to preference to the feeling and behavior of being homosexual....   [tags: sin, exoteric, biological, gay]
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Influential Factors of Human Intelligence - Human intelligence is an enigma that continues to intrigue scientists around the world after its inception with the creation of humanity. Human intelligence is defined by the Encyclopedia Britannica as the “mental quality that consists of the abilities to learn from experience, adapt to new situations, understand and handle abstract concepts, and use knowledge to manipulate ones environment”. (“Human intelligence”) In order to evaluate human intelligence, we must quantify human intelligence. The intelligence quotient, also known as IQ, is a measure of cognitive ability....   [tags: Psychology]
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Factors of the American Rebellion - After the French and Indian War, the relationship between the colonists and the British Parliament began to deteriorate. Many factors influenced the idea of patriotism and these factors eventually resulted in a rebellion by the colonists in 1775. The most important factor that eventually led to this rebellion was the Parliament taxing the colonists. The colonists were enraged by the fact that they were being taxed without being represented in the Parliament and were also furious of the fact that the taxes that were being enforced were not just....   [tags: french and indian war, patriotism] 871 words
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Risk Factors for Bladder Cancer - Bladder cancer is a type of cancer that begins in your bladder. It affects older adults, though it can occur at any age. Hispanics, Asian Americans, and American Indians has lower rates of bladder cancer increases with age. About 9 out of 10 people with bladder cancer are over the age of 55. Things like smoking and exposure to certain industrial chemicals are major risk factors. Studies suggest that chronic bladder inflammation, a parasitic infection called Schistosomiasis, and some medications used to treat cancer are other environmental risk factors associated with bladder cancer....   [tags: genetics, tap water, chemicals] 669 words
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Factors Associated With Fetal Health - Factors Associated With Fetal Health Why is it so important for people to watch what they eat, and what they do when they’re pregnant?. To understand the answer to this question we must realize that everything we do when we’re pregnant may affect our baby for the bad or for the good. What were looking for is to have a healthy pregnancy, thus leading to (hopefully) a healthy, normal infant, and later on a healthy adult. Expectant mothers must know what affects the pregnancy. Nutrition is a very important factor for a healthy pregnancy....   [tags: Fetal Health] 1337 words
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Factors that - Economic development has been a major emphasis in the global community; the growth of Gross National Product (GNP) and the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) are used to indicate the progress of the economic development. The pace of human development has increased substantially even before the industrial revolution (IPCC 2007). The advances in technology have allowed the utilisation of high-density carbon-based energy sources, such as fossil fuel to power machineries and coal burning for electricity generation....   [tags: environmental issues, economic development]
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Factors Influencing Customer Loyalty - Research shows that one of the biggest challenges nowadays for the organisations operating in the restaurants and service industries is to provide and maintain the satisfaction of their customers and ensure the brand loyalty (Mumel & Snoj, 2007). It is important for a company to understand what is expected of the company from a customer perspective, and the level to which the company is meeting this expectation. There are two themes that must run parallel to each other when delivering a quality service (Szwarc, 2005)....   [tags: brand, satisfaction, service] 3173 words
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Brazil: Slow Growth Factors - Background Brazil is one of the wealthiest countries in the world with a Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of $2.253 trillion. In 2014, Brazil will host the World Cup and, again in 2016, it will host the Olympic Games. Hosting these two events will surely lead to large investments inside the country. With resilient banking system, low inflation rate and strong domestic markets, Brazil’s economic growth is stable. However, Brazil also experiences from income inequality and social factors differences such as education, health and livelihoods....   [tags: Government, Economy, Development]
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Factors that Limit Warfare - Limited warfare is defined as “armed conflict short of general war, exclusive of incidents, involving the overt engagement of the military forces of two or more nations.” But why would one nation want to enter into a limited engagement and not totally eliminate the nation they perceive as a threat to their national interests. The most important factors leading to a limited war is the state or nations economic restrictions, manpower restrictions, and political objectives. How much can a nation afford to spend in resources and capital to develop and sustain their army....   [tags: Political Science]
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Writing in Thai Classroom Settings - It is evident from various research that writing is considered an important skill for students academic success. As a basis for assessments,universities mainly rely on students writing skills since they perceived as an indication of language ability and students study performance in their studies. Universities commonly set the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) academic module as a standard entry test to assess students language proficiency.Within the skills tested, the IELTS academic writing task is considered the most difficult skill to score and requires more effort to gain.However, some EAP students noted that it is the characteristic of academic writing that effects t...   [tags: Important Skills, Students, Academic Success]
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Socioeconomic Factors that Impact People with HIV - Socioeconomic Factors that Impact People With HIV Introduction: Human Immunodeficiency Virus better known as HIV is a lentivirus that causes Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome a condition in humans in which progressive failure of the immune system which allows life threatening opportunistic infections and cancers to thrive. HIV was identified in 1983 and scientist started trying to understand where it came from, when it arisen, and why it spread so quickly. This day in time over 1.1 million people in the United States are living with HIV....   [tags: life threatening viruses]
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The Key Factors that Affect on a Student's Performances - Student’s performances not only based on their academic but also involved behaviour, social skills, relation with surroundings, and co-curricular activities. There are several key factors that give effect on performances of the students such as study habit, sleeping habit, leisure activities, family and friend influence. One of the key factors is the student’s study habit. Study habit is the way that we study. It is the habit that we formed during school. Study habit can be the good ones or the bad ones....   [tags: study & sleeping habits, leisure activities] 1501 words
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Factors Contributing to the Wound Healing Process - ... Dirty-contaminated (Class IV) is present when a traumatic open would has already had an infection present. When it comes to wound healing there are three different types: First Intention, Second Intention, and Third Intention ("Healing and Wound Classification", 2007, p. 26, 28, 30, and 32). First intention healing is the best when talking about simplicity. An example of this would be a normal surgical incision that is sutured and heals normally without complications. Second intention occurs when large wound cannot be close appropriately usually due to removal of tissue from the wound....   [tags: contamination, infection, complications]
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Major Risk Factors for Heart Disease - ... Roetert (2008) investigates the benefits of children taking part in regular physical activity and the effect it has on future coronary heart disease. It was observed that if individuals lead a sedentary lifestyle in their childhood, it is very likely to continue into adulthood, where there is an increased risk to develop heart disease (Roetert 2008). This study delved deeper, following a group of women for nine years. The findings stated that the most active women had a ‘39% lower risk of coronary heart disease’ (Roetert 2008, p.74) than the least active women....   [tags: physical activity, hypertension]
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Factors Which Determine Academic Achievements - Continuous education improvement is a heated topic both in academic circles and for public concerns. The academic achievements are influenced by many aspects, such as pupil-teacher ratio, disciplines, teaching input, family education, individual efforts, classmates and other off-campus conditions. Above all these factors, many people believe that adjusting class size is the simplest way for developing education. However, class size is one of the important factors in determining successful academic achievement rather than the most crucial one....   [tags: Education, class size, teachers, schools] 600 words
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Occupational Choice: One of the Most Important Decisions - Occupational choice is the most important decision for one person without any doubt which could be made in a person's life time. For example, Ginzberg, Ginsburg, Axelrad, & Herma, carried out a major study in 1951 researching about occupational choice, which now in the 21st century is known as the originating theories about the topic. Ginzberg et al.’s (1951) main focus was to research on the behavior of individuals, how by making decisions by different stages and how it is the self-concept of adjusting to new conditions....   [tags: Gender, Career]
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Information Technology Project Risk Factors - The failure of Information Technology projects has always been a hurtful problem for many organizations. With tons of new technologies coming out throughout the year, new IT, projects continue to grow by the year. Unfortunately, the success rates of the projects are very low and have actually lowered since its last estimate. Project risk factors are important to know and avoid in making of a success project. This paper is going to explain risks in knowledge areas, how to identify risks, and explain the risk register....   [tags: Information Technology]
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Factors Affecting Cognitive Decision Making - Introduction Decision making is an important area of study in psychology, because it ultimately affects behavior, as is demonstrated in studies discussing gambling and risky decisions. The research on factors affecting decision making is crucial, not just for the overall advancement of psychology, but because it has strong application value. It can be used for helping certain individuals make better decisions in important or stressful situations, and to decrease risky behavior overall. Decision making is affected by a variety of factors....   [tags: psychology, gender, self control, age]
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The Most Important Factor as a Turning Point in Napoleon's Fortunes - The Most Important Factor as a Turning Point in Napoleon's Fortunes Up until the winter of 1812 Napoleon's military career had been largely successful. Apart from a defeat in Egypt and the continuing problems in Spain, things had gone well. He had gained control of most of Central and Western Europe, defeating Austria and Prussia. The only country that remained consistently hostile to him was Great Britain. However, the Russian campaign, and in particular the decision to retreat from Moscow, marked the biggest change in Napoleon's fortunes....   [tags: Papers] 778 words
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The Most Important Factor that Contributes to Evil Doing - Factors that Contribute to Evil Doing In your view, what is the most important factor that contributes to evil doing and why. What examples from the readings can you find to support your views. Use at least four of the following authors: Arendt, Brecht, Conrad, Engels, Foucault, Freud, Lewis, Orwell, or Sontag. Throughout the history of humanity, humans have committed inconceivable and unthinkable acts of cruelty towards one another. From the brutal wars during the times of the ancient Greeks and Romans, to the modern area of ethnic cleansing and genocide one cannot help but wonder what is the root cause of this evil....   [tags: Evil Sin]
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Important Parts of a Firm's Financial Balance - Important Parts of a Firm's Financial Balance Price is one of the main factors consumers take into account when they decide to buy a product. This means that price is a very important part of the marketing mix. My firm will have to be very careful when deciding at what price to sell our product. It price is too high consumers do not buy the product, if it is too low my company may not make any profits. Another important part of my firm’s financial balance is identifying fixed and variable costs....   [tags: Papers] 651 words
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The Important Role of the Rivers in Russia - ... It were sanitary doctors, who first attracted public attention to the negative effects of water pollution, accumulation urban garbage, poor water supply and other problems of the urban environment. In addition, the monograph by V.P. Semenov-Tian-Shansky was devoted to the processes of urbanization and the impact of the Russian natural conditions on its processes . In particular, it was containing a characteristic of types colonization the East European Plain, classification cities in terms of population and features, distinguishing it by other localities in the early of 20th c....   [tags: transport, trade, economy] 771 words
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What is Nutrition and Why Is It Important? - What is nutrition. Why is nutrition important. Nutrition, nourishment, or aliment, is the supply of materials - food - required by organisms and cells to stay alive. In science and human medicine, nutrition is the science or practice of consuming and utilizing foods (MNT, 2014). A nutrient is a source of nourishment, an ingredient in a food, e.g. protein, carbohydrate, fat, vitamin, mineral, fiber and water. Macronutrients are nutrients we need in relatively large quantities. Micronutrients are nutrients we need in relatively small quantities (MNT, 2014)....   [tags: carbohydrates, proteins, nourishment]
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INSPECTING THE FACTORS AFFECTING BRAND CHOICE OF YOUTH MARKET - ABSTRACT Youngsters these days are one of the most profitable target markets for the companies. The companies are therefore analyzing the different factors that affect the brand choice and purchase intensions of this group. Young consumers might get affected by their friends, family, brand price, advertising, sales point, brand quality and their attitude. The aim of this study is therefore to examine the influence of these factors on brand choice of teenagers and young adults by considering the mobile phone industry....   [tags: Marketing ]
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External Factors Affecting a Business - External Factors Affecting a Business INTRODUCTION EXTERNAL FACTORS AFFECTING THE COMPANY'S BUSINESS AND PROSPECTS There are many factors that affect the Company's business and the results of its operations, some of which are beyond the control of the Company. The following is a description of some of the important factors that may cause the actual results of the Company's operations in future periods to differ materially from those currently expected or desired. OBJECTIVE The objective of this paper is to introduce the external factors affecting the jeans industry from a business view....   [tags: GCSE Business Marketing Coursework] 520 words
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Factors Contributing to Movie Publicity - Factors Contributing to Movie Publicity One might argue that the movie quality would be the key determinant in a successful launch of a movie. After all if a movie is of high quality then through instruments like the media and general word of mouth the launch of the movie should be successful but this is not necessarily the case....   [tags: Free Essays] 417 words
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Perceptions of Financial Students on Factors To Consider in Starting Business - Human beings are continuously engaged in some activity or other to satisfy their unlimited wants. It is an economic activity, which is related with continuous and regular production, and distribution of goods and services for satisfying human wants. Starting a business is the dream of many individuals. In setting up a business takes imagination, research, analytical skills time and money without this resources, one cannot fully support his chosen things in mind before even pursuing a project like starting a business....   [tags: business failure, starting a business]
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Breast Cancer: The Risk Factors, Staging and Treatment. - The dictionary defines breast cancer as being a serious disease caused by the growth of abnormal cells, but to a woman, this definition includes a very personal and real fight for their life. According to the Susan G. Komen foundation, one out of every three women is diagnosed with breast cancer each year, and one out of every 13 women diagnosed will die from the disease. As the second leading cause of death among women, this particular form of cancer However, there are currently over 2 million breast cancer survivors that overcame the odds, and these courageous women are evidence of a continual effort to understand the risk factors involved, different types of staging, and treatment option...   [tags: Family History, Chemotherapy]
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Flexible Work Schedules: What Factors Are Driving This Interest? - Employees are increasingly interested in jobs with flexible work schedules. What factors are driving this interest. Flexible work schedule is about people having the opportunity to make changes to the hours they work (over a day, a week or over the year), the times they work or where they work. It is also about how careers are organized, how transitions in and out of work are managed, and how flexible work is managed in the workplace so that employees and businesses benefit. In Malaysia and other Asian countries, there is a tendency for married women to leave employment upon marriage and the birth of children (Kaur, 2004)....   [tags: inflexibility, stress, personal concerns]
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What Factors Explain the Golden Age of the Dutch Republic? - This essay will discuss Dutch excellence in trade, art and literature individually to discern the factors which explain the high standards of distinction these fields achieved during the Golden Age of the Dutch Republic. Although the smallest of the European powers in terms of territory, population, and natural resources, for 150 years the Dutch Republic dominated European trade with approximately half of the world’s total stock of seagoing ships at the zenith of its power.# How did such an insignificant state rise so rapidly, becoming according to contemporary observer Sir William Temple: “the envy of some, the fear of others and the wonder of all their neighbours”?# Shifting commercial p...   [tags: World History ]
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The Factors of Conformity in Adolescent Peer Groups on Alcohol Consumption - Introduction The Factors of Conformity in Adolescent Peer Groups on Alcohol Consumption In this paper different factors of conformity in adolescent peer groups on alcohol consumption will be discussed. Conformity can be defined as "a change in behavior or attitudes in response to the influence of a real or imagined group" (Fowler, 2013). Mostly everyone goes through the social pressure of a group wanting them to conform. But, why do we feel the need to comply. The purpose of this paper is to find out what factors lead adolescents to conform to alcohol consumption....   [tags: Peer Pressure Essays, Social Norms]
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Examing the Factors That Led To Dropping the Atomic Bomb on Nagasaki - To fully examine the factors that led to the United States to drop an atomic bomb on the city of Nagasaki, one can look at the event as a result of two major decisions. The first decision concerned the use of newly developed nuclear weapons in lieu of other military techniques to secure a timely Japanese surrender. The second decision was to use several of these weapons instead of only one. Although the Truman administration displayed little hesitation or ambivalence over the decision to use atomic weapons (Walker, 51), it is important to examine what factors contributed to these swift actions....   [tags: US History] 1303 words
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The Key Factors for Raising Achievement in an English School - Raising achievement is a key area that has been the centre of the educational debate and one of the main goals of government educational strategies in England in the recent years. More precisely, the ambitious objective of these strategies has been to raise achievement of all learners, with particular attention to those pupils in a disadvantage condition, taking in account factors as social class, gender, ethnicity and special education needs. In this context a great stress has been given to the importance of meeting students’ need and, consequently “to move away from standardization towards a greater personalization” (Donnelly, 2012) and to put into practice particular initiatives that co...   [tags: Education System]
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Factors Affecting Research Culture at Universities in Pakistan - Abstract— Research is an integral part of the higher education. Teachers and students spend weeks to find a good topic related to the field of study, data collection and analysis and finally in writing papers. Conducting research and writing papers creates a healthy activity amongst faculty and students which results in knowledge creation and emergence of research culture. Faculty at universities could be divided into two broad categories of teachers and researcher. These categories are good in their preferred field only....   [tags: Education, Higher Education] 1506 words
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Empirical Analysis of Factors Affecting Income Inequality - This paper empirically analyses the factors affecting income inequality in 15 developed and developing economies over the period of 1996 to 2010. Evidence from a panel dataset using an OLS regression confirms the presence of the Kuznets’ inverted-U hypothesis for developed economies, indicating that there is a negative relationship between income per capita and income inequality. The relationship between the growth rate and income inequality, is also found to be negative. In relation to education, the paper finds a significant negative relationship between the education enrolment rate and income inequality, where the effect is greater in developing economies....   [tags: education, economics, capita] 1400 words
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