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    1) Secular stagnation can be considered as being a period where a market based economy suffers insignificant or no economic growth at all. In this case, the economy is unable to grow which leads to stagnation. However, the main difference between a structural stagnation and secular stagnation is secular stagnation affects the workers in a given country experiencing no economic growth while structural stagnation affects both unemployment in the country and constrained outputs in a global outlook.…

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    1. Introduction: 1.1. Background of Rubber Research Institute of Vietnam (RRIV): RRIV was established in 1941, is the member of Vietnam Rubber Group (VNRG) and has the mission of improving the competitive advantage and the sustainability of the natural rubber industry by researching the global environment for rubber. With more than 600 employees, which consists of 5 Ph.Ds, 20 masters, 85 engineers, bachelors and 53 intermediate technicians with a specialization in researching and transferring…

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    Environmental management: A key driver for ACO in reducing costs and increasing efficiency and profits ACO Building Drainage is organizations that have over 40 years experience in drainage installation which act as the leader in development of water drainage. Objective of this group is to maintain its leader position in market by innovation and preserve high quality of products and create awareness towards environmental. The materials used of their products involve stainless steel, gun metal,…

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    Temperature monitoring / control. The stability of the products through temperature control is of great importance to the roll Phardiag plays in the supply chain. In order assure the stability of the product it must remain within the temperature specifications (see appendix 1 for list of our temperature requirements for our products). To achieve this Phardiag must ensure that the product is delivered to us as per the temperature specification. We achieve this by having SLA with our suppliers to…

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    projects, increasing focus on areas of greater strategic interests, centralized headquarters system, etc. 2) They transformed corporate culture, organisational structure and management process in order to reinforce corporate identity and create a strong centralize global head quarter to improve co-ordination among the management of the companies business unit across the world. 3) They made Three years plan by changing from a company that emphasised sales growth into one that focussed on…

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    Pipe Shop Case Study

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    1. Pipe Shops in a Shipyard 1.1 The Importance of Piping The importance of pipes in our daily lives is evident just by observing our surroundings. Turning on the tap, it is the water pipe which brings us the water. Turing on the gas stove, it is the gas pipe which brings us the gas required to start the fire. Operating the hydraulic hatch, it is the hydraulic pipes which ensure that the hydraulic oil pushes the hydraulic cylinders, and the list goes on. Bruce and Garrard (1999) mentioned in…

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    Discuss the corporate level strategy choices of senior management- McCarthy, S (2015) describes corporate level strategy choices as the decisions about the scope of the organisation. The scope of the organisation are the diversity of product and international or geographic diversity. Another decision in corporate…

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    Shetty ) TOP DOWN MANAGEMENT STYLE IN THE KITCHEN HAS LED TO : A) High annual labour turnover of 75% B) Low morale 4.1 Definition TOP-DOWN Management style in reference to policy decision making means the upper management of the executive chef takes independent decisions and make independent conclusions without referring to other low ranked staff / chef in a management or kitchen. It is a kind of autocratic leadership style of practices which happens when the top management has less trust in…

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    Chapter 10 of practical counselling skills: an integrative approach by Geldard and Geldard is all about creating a comfortable closure to the end of a counselling session. In this chapter, the following is discussed: 1. The termination of an individual counselling session, 2. Is there a need for ongoing appointments, 3. How much the client relies on the counsellor and finally how to terminate several counselling sessions. The termination of an individual counselling session: Many new counsellors…

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    1a. Founded in 1996, Q&M Dental Group (Group) started out as a single private dental clinic in Singapore, and by the time it was listed on the Main Board of the Singapore Exchange Securities Trading Limited on 26 November 2009, it had 34 locations in Singapore. As of FY2016, it has 71 outlets islandwide, 6 clinics in Malaysia and 12 clinics in The People‚Äôs Republic of China (PRC). To increase its brand awareness and presence, it ventured into acquisitions, joint ventures and strategic alliances…

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