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    According to Gregory and Hicks, the method of accountability should be mechanistic and not one followed simply by rules and procedures. O’Loughlin on the other hand interjects that there is a need of responsiveness by the government to local needs and demands and the members of the public are customers that enforce their sanctions through political processes. Mulgan states that responsiveness and accountability have two different meanings and should therefore not be linked; a government being more responsive does not mean they should be more accountable. What is…

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    thousands of pubic of governmental officials and same to private and non-private agencies who bring changes in federalism and intergovernmental affiliation. Also, the article provides the issue of contingent collaboration as the best ultimate solution for the…

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    The intention is to confirm the standards required in social care and ensure that workers know what standards of conduct employers, colleagues, service users, carers and the public expect of them. I implement these by giving all of my staff a copy of the codes of practice as part of their induction package. The Code of Practice for Employers of Social Care Workers sets down the responsibilities of employers in the regulation of social care workers. The code requires that employers adhere to…

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    Marketing Advantage Of Nestle

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    visualize an opportunity and knock on every door to get attention Ex. A person sold beer door to door and such direct selling. Slowly he became market leader in selling his products. 2) Formulated marketing: when small companies achieve success, they move to formulated marketing i.e. already laid down advertising methods, like thru TV etc. 3) Intrepreneurial Marketing: some companies rely on formulated marketing, without much success. They need to develop some creative out of the box…

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    in any form or by any means, without permission in writing from the publisher. Compilation Copyright © 2002 by Pearson Custom Publishing. This copyright covers material written expressly for this volume by the editor/s as well as the compilation itself. It does not cover the individual selections herein that first appeared elsewhere. Permission to reprint these has been obtained by Pearson Custom Publishing for this edition only. Further reproduction by any means, electronic or mechanical,…

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    After a series of marathon sessions that included discussions of every facet of the ideal assembly line, Knau sketched a design with four “fingers,” or branches, off the main spine. The branches could extend to add equipment needed to build new models. This made it possible to keep giant robots along the main line in place rather than moving them for each production change, an expensive and time-consuming process.The Leipzig plant opened in 2005. It represents Claussen’s vision of teamwork…

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