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  • Raptor Fraud Case Study

    CAPITAL ONE UNIVERSITY Capital One’s internal professional development Classes completed in 2015. • Regulatory and Compliance classes: o Anti-Money Laundering o Code of Business Conduct & Ethics o UDAAP(Unfair, deceptive, or abusive acts and practices) General Awareness o Privacy o Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA) General Awareness o Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) General Awareness • Business Process Management (BPM) Certification Course - I am currently completing the project needed to obtain my BPM certification. • Developing Your Personal Brand • Communication Skills for Non-Exempt Associates • How to Handle Difficult People • Introduction to Agile - A methodology where solutions evolve through collaboration with other teams and departments. • Managing Projects and Priorities • Essentials of Communication and Collaboration • Coaching for Change and Resilience PROFESSIONAL ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS MISSION AWARD WINNER March 2015 Capital One’s monthly award recognizing individuals who went above and beyond to advocate on the customer’s behalf. ROAR AWARD 2014 Quarter 1, Quarter 2, and Quarter…

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  • Capital One Reflective Essay

    When I started my first corporate job at Capital One, I had so many concerns that I would not have any special value to offer the company. After a few months in the role, I became a mentor to our new hires and learned that I could have a voice in this corporate world. During monthly meetings with my mentees, I realized that majority of them were not able to identify and accurately monitor all of their performance metrics after training. I thought back to what my experience was like when I first…

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  • Socially Necessary Labor-Time In Capital Volume One, By Karl Marx

    with Adam Smith’s The Wealth of Nations, bourgeois political economists have theorized that the value is a function of a worker’s labor. In Capital Volume One, Karl Marx illuminates this idea and adds nuances to it, explaining underlying relationships between labor and value. Namely, Marx introduces the concept of socially necessary labor-time and uses it as a point of departure for considering the links between labor, value, and material wealth. In Capital, Marx elucidates the intrinsic role of…

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  • Productive Capital And Investment Analysis

    Assumptions of the model and set up follows Jeanne and Ranciere (2011), however, their representative economy has no productive capital and investment. In this paper, adding productive capital and investment, the economy modelled as an endowment economy. Our model is based on small open economy assumptions. There is only one good which is consumed domestically and abroad. Economy consist of discrete infinite time t=0,1,2… and has the risk of sudden stops which is the only reason of uncertainty.…

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  • The Importance Of Being The President Of Lisavia

    As the economic advisor of Lisavia one of my main focus will be making sure that not just the president of Lisavia but especially the population of this country understand the factors that influence the desired increase in their standard of living. In order to increase their standard of living I will have to advise them as to which policies should be implement in order to rise productivity levels, income and with it be finally able to achieve their goals. However before submerging ourselves in…

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  • Growth Of Ebooks Essay

    both books and ebooks’ capitals remain the same as it always have been, “A field is a structured space of social position which can be occupied by agents and organizations, and in which the position of any agent or organization depends on the type and quantity of resources or ‘capital’ they have at their disposal.” (Thompson 3-4). The field is the specific structure of a publishing house’s world with staff that has specific tasks with their jobs in order to maintain relationships so the…

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  • Capital Investment In Health Care

    Financial capital is extremely vital to hospitals providing and maintaining high patient quality care. Also with keeping quality, patient care the hospital needs to remain financially stable. Being a health care manager, you oversee many expenditures that go to the hospital. Whether it is directly managing the cost of supplies, equipment in the hospital and, the staff that works in the hospital, much responsibility is placed on the healthcare manager. A healthcare manager also makes sure your…

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  • Gary Becker Research Paper

    book contained the first active effort to discus the effects of attitudes against earnings employment and occupations of minorities. It was positively reviewed in a few important journals but not initially. The different departs of economics and social science(psychology and sociology) did not believe that he was contributing to both of their fields part from Lewis, Scholtz, Friedman and others that were part of the Chicago School who did understand the books importance. (Nobel Autobiography)…

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  • Why Is Liberty Desirable In Itself

    No one is threatening you with imprisonment if you don’t buy the shirt, and the markets have voted with their currency that foreign production is what they want. You can see this Happening through out history, South Korea, Japan, Taiwan, Singapore, Hong Kong and China since the second world war have at some stage been at the industrialisation level of T-shirt production and have technologically advanced, allowing for more income from trade and more development. The problem with this is that…

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  • Manpower Requirement Approach Essay

    One of them is called the intra-educational extrapolation approach. This model proposes that planning should be conducted with the data that is already known and centers on only a single plan. Through this approach, planners can examine the amount of time needed and the financial support required to meet the necessities for a particular program. This approach also encourages seminars to engage institutional associates as crucial choices are made for a school 's…

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