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    Sound is an essential element that encircle our world, information can be gained through listening, which listening is a more advanced sense in that are fundamental to human. According to Helen Keller, hearing is the soul of knowledge and information of a high order. The disable of listening as if detached from the world, sound is also a factor built this nature, as Max Neuhaus mentioned sound has given context to a place. Sound is that important but in the same time too fundamental, the ordinariness of sound lead people‘s overlook on it. Contemporary sound artist attach great importance to the lost and unaware sound, through the practice of field recording and sound walking reignite concerns over the vanished sound around our life. This essay…

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    How to Plan and Budget for a 2017 Digital Transformation Project Companies launch a digital transformation initiative for a variety of reasons. Some are looking to respond to changes in customer demands and preferences, others are trying to remain competitive and some companies see the opportunity to expand into new markets. Whatever your organization 's reason for undertaking a digital transformation project, you will need to plan and budget wisely if you want the project to be a success.…

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    The opera Doctor Atomic by composer John Adams dramatizes the strenuous anxieties surrounding the Manhattan Project 's creation of the atomic bomb. The opera’s libretto using original sources, features in their own words the described tensions among the scientists involved in making the bomb. The 3-and-a-half-hour production follows the father of the atomic bomb, theatrical physicist J. Robert Oppenheimer, as he wrestles with “the pull between scientific rectitude and mass murder” while…

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    participation in a crowdfunding project. 1. Financial Value: It is based on the individual’s return as a result of his/her investment. This is the strongest of all predictor variables. 2. Functional Value: According to the functionality of the project according to the supporter plays an important role in the intention to participate. 3. Social Value: Some people take part in a crowdfunding project for self-expression. This also motivates people to support projects. 4.…

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    2.3 Project Deliverables The project’s key deliverables are: Document / s covering: ▪ Matrix of processes and systems under Humanities Financial Services Office and respective Teaching Areas, ▪ Services identified for improvement via end to end processing / procurement arrangements / invoicing, ▪ Recommended process flow for identified services, ▪ List of service deliverables (with the resource requirement) of the Humanities Financial Services Office, …

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    Briargrove Project Monitoring and Success Anthony Redhead Grantham University Project Management Integration Framework (BA 647) Introduction As the Briargrove Project has completed multiple phases within the corporate offices, it has finally addressed with success has locations around the world. Through project risk management, the Briargrove Project has identified risks and has assessed those risks to see which ones can be mitigated or corrected, and how to monitor them at the…

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    Competent communication among significant project participants has been comprehended as one of the biggest challenges being faced by the construction industry. Mobile technologies have evolved rapidly over the past few years, many of which are affecting construction firms’ typical project management strategies. However, most firms are still at the initial stage of adopting them. This study aims to investigate the current practice of the mobile technologies in firms’ paperless work environment…

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    This project involves the benefits team, what we do is, notify employees’ of changes and updates in their information involving their benefits for the upcoming year. Our benefits team had a meeting with our supervisor on Wednesday and I got to take part in the meeting. Most of the time I was writing down notes because I want to be familiar with what I am doing, although it was alot of information to process, I am confident that I have the overall concept. I am excited to work on multiple…

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    their loan business operations. However, the project is put to a hold after a year of development due to the major problems. The company assigned a task group to investigate and figure out why the Credit Unions does not want to implement their system even though it is free of charge (Roy & Aubert, 2003). The problems below implies that the issues are more related to implementation rather than technical (Reed, 2006). a) Complexity to integrate the banking systems The Canadian market is…

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    In the modern business world organisations are frequently adopting and planning new IT projects. While most of these projects are successful there are often ones that get declared as a failure. Large IT projects are expensive and can easily go wrong if the risks are not addressed and considered. The Integrated National Crime Information System (INCIS) was a project adopted by the New Zealand Police in 1991 and was promptly abandoned in 1999 due to its failure. INCIS The Integrated National Crime…

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