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    Examples of external market factors include globalization, which can be defined as the interaction among different nations, as well as any advances in technology. More external factors include environmental concerns and the challenging but rewarding nature of the work force itself (Society of Logistics Engineers, 2016). Aside from external factors, internal factors are also present and have the ability to impact the occupation of logistics. An example of an internal factor would be customer…

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    There are “three types of measurement validation”: content, convergent/discriminant, and nomological/construct validation. Content Validation is preoccupied with the questions whether or not key elements are “omitted from the indicator” and whether or not “inappropriate elements are included in the indicator.” Although content validation is an “important contribution” to measurement validity, its chief limitation is that “alone it is incomplete, for two reasons”: “first, although a necessary…

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    in this moment, which factors influenced who you are today, what would you choose to answer? Most likely, a lengthy list would come to your mind. Each individual is incredibly unique and different to all others, shaped by many factors in their life. It can impact their perspective on events around them, their sense of morality, the values they hold most important, the list goes on and on. Who a person is and who they will become can be greatly influenced by the external factors that they are…

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    needs to put into the strategic objectives of the firm, the budgets and resources, reward systems, social/group factors and the rules, policies and procedures. All these factors need to be considered both individually and in how they relate to each other because even though the strategic objectives may be strong and clear, they may not be tied to the reward systems or social/group factors may be devaluing their importance. That can be a valid reason as to why employees are not pleasant with…

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    could happen they started off as trying to be a solo artist on the television show The X-Factor. Each of the five…

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    about 16.6% of the world’s energy in 2010, and this number is expected to rise by 42% of their total in the decade from 2010-2020 (Pazheri et al., 2014). Renewable energies are currently being used the most in electricity production and are expected to increase their production of electricity by 2.7 times from 2010-2035. Making…

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    path analysis to find the relationships among the variables was a key factor. The sample was significant for the study and the path analysis model because it required a large number of cases and this study had 2,565 participants. The responses from the survey allowed the researcher to use factor analysis to find the types of subscales. It was useful since it allowed finding the most common responses from the participants. Factor analysis creates clusters based on both categorical and continuous…

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    or non-verbal, Proper communication can bring about an employees acceptance of the vision, values, and polices of a company. Failure to establish healthy communication can lead to poor work culture. Diversity within the work force is an important factor because a diverse population within an organization is good, giving an employee a sense of fewer barriers and more opportunities for personal growth. Employment of skilled workers to an organization leads to retention; by bring the right fit into…

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    Crystal Methodology Critique, Benefits and limitations Crystal methodology was first bound by Cockburn in 1998. In crystal, the projects are divided according to their size and the criticality of the system being produced (Ramsin & Paige, 2008). Member of the crystal family is marked with a color to show the weight of the methodology, that means the darker the color the heavier the methodology. Crystal recommends choosing the appropriate color of methodology for a project based on its size and…

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    formal plans, centralized leadership and precise intentions. The planned approach is characterized with a specific mission, shared organizational intentions and realization of these intentions. This approach neglects the consideration of external factors such as changes in government policy, customer preferences, and introduction of new technologies (Hamilton & Webster, 2015). Such type of approach cannot be applied in the modern business environment due to non-availability of absolute…

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