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A Case Study of Information Technology to Create Value and Competitive Advantages in Logistics in Business Chapter 5: Summary, Conclusion and Recommendation 1. Summary Conducting this research study was a combination of challenges and tedious tasks, but also an exciting endeavor that pushed the researcher to exert her efforts in... Continue reading
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2. Conclusion There are several added findings that have been discovered among respondents. Based on the overall presentation of the study, including from the literature reviews and response of the interviews and surveys, it shows that most logistics companies and their staff are simply aware about the value and competitive... Continue reading
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3. Recommendation Basically, most of the logistics companies in Hong Kong also show that they are dependent on the information technology system and devices that are available in the market and only limited numbers among logistics companies are able to develop their own unique systems and devices. This resulted in... Continue reading
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Suitability Recommendation - another is that the program that they may be using may not be fitted to their needs, for instance, for a small department or logistics branch may find the sophistication of using RFID to neglect the usefulness of the barcode. But using RFID may cost too much... Continue reading
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Methodology Methodology The purpose of this study is to increase the compliance rate on the UP: pre-procedure / surgical checklist verification section by the medical-surgical nurses prior to the patient’s transfer to the holding unit. The study will look at whether educating the medical-surgical nurses on the UP: pre-procedural/surgical checklists... Continue reading
Posted Apr 19, 2016 at Thinking Made Easy
Keeping Students Motivated to Learn Through Positive Discipline With so many distractions around today’s students, it is getting harder and harder to engage them in learning. For this proposal, the writer proposes the use of positive discipline in keeping students motivated to learn. Defining Positive Discipline Positive discipline is a... Continue reading
Posted Apr 19, 2016 at Thinking Made Easy
Research Topic Half of all college-educated workers in the United States are women yet they are underrepresented in the science and engineering workforce. In 2010, women made up just 28 percent of science and engineering workers which notes a slow increase from 21 percent in 1993 (Neuhauser, 2014). With this... Continue reading
Posted Apr 19, 2016 at Thinking Made Easy
Significance of Topic to Education and to Science Education Even in this modern age where women comprise half of the number of college students, statistics have shown that only a few minority women see a STEM career as viable. Since the STEM field is still largely male-dominated, minority women may... Continue reading
Posted Apr 19, 2016 at Thinking Made Easy
Research Problem The following short literature shows what minority women have to experience trying to have a career in today’s working America. This literature is not limited to the STEM industry but shows that the experiences of minority women in other fields are just as similar. The experiences mentioned below... Continue reading
Posted Apr 19, 2016 at Thinking Made Easy
Research Problem Background (3 paragraphs) The science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) workforce is crucial to America’s innovative capacity and global competitiveness, that’s why it’s important that they get as many students interested in it, whether they be girls or boys and regardless of race. Interestingly, girls aretaking many high... Continue reading
Posted Apr 19, 2016 at Thinking Made Easy
Research Problem Background (3 paragraphs) The science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) workforce is crucial to America’s innovative capacity and global competitiveness, that’s why it’s important that they get as many students interested in it, whether they be girls or boys and regardless of race. Interestingly, girls aretaking many high... Continue reading
Posted Apr 19, 2016 at Thinking Made Easy
Research Question This study primarily aims to investigate why women in the STEM industry are staying and why some of them are leaving. Each case study will detail the motivations of these minority women in pursuing a successful STEM career and the support system they have which keeps them in... Continue reading
Posted Apr 19, 2016 at Thinking Made Easy
Purpose of the Study The purpose of the study isto attract more minority women into pursuing a STEM career by presenting to them the current state of the STEM industry, from the point of view of minority women who have pursued careers in the industry. By presenting to young minority... Continue reading
Posted Apr 19, 2016 at Thinking Made Easy
Methodology and Basic Design Overview The methodology of the study will most likely be qualitative in case study form where the researcher will do in-depth interviews with pre-identified minority women, whom the researcher feels can contribute the most to this study - making sure that each major minority group is... Continue reading
Posted Apr 19, 2016 at Thinking Made Easy
References: Beede, D., et al., (2011). Women in STEM: A Gender Gap to Innovation. US Department of Commerce. Economics and Statistics Administration. Brooks, C. (2013). Women and Minorities Underrepresented in STEM Jobs. Business News Daily. September 13, 2013. DuBow, W. (2011). NCWIT Scorecard: A report on the status of women... Continue reading
Posted Apr 19, 2016 at Thinking Made Easy
A Case Study on the Organizational Leadership in the Lifestyle Centre The Influences of Behavior in the Organization Gupta, Ashim (2010) discusses the different individual behaviors of the people in the organizations, the approaches and strategies that are used by the leaders in order to complement the skills and abilities... Continue reading
Posted Apr 13, 2016 at Thinking Made Easy
A COMPARISON OF MOTIVATION IN DEVELOPED AND DEVELOPING COUNTRIES Introduction Motivation is the psychological foundation or process that can influence an individual or group to move and desire a certain goals and objectives. It can also be the personal desire that affect people a general quality according to Cattell and... Continue reading
Posted Apr 13, 2016 at Thinking Made Easy
A Case Study of Information Technology to Create Value and Competitive Advantages in Logistics Business Chapter 1: Introduction 1. Logistics – Logistics is the movement of goods from the customers to their final destination. This involves the complex task from planning to packaging, labeling, warehousing, control and delivery to ensure... Continue reading
Posted Apr 13, 2016 at Thinking Made Easy
A Case Study of Information Technology to Create Value and Competitive Advantages in Logistics Business Chapter 4: Results and Findings 1 Profile of the Respondents Department - This part of the study describes the tabulated information about respondents’ basic information and profile, including the frequency distribution, number of respondents and... Continue reading
Posted Apr 9, 2016 at Thinking Made Easy
Answer: 1. Free software download Overactive Logistics available from http://sourceforge.net/projects/overactive/ Part 2: Part 2 is aLikert Scale quantitative study; rated by the respondent’s base on statements by checking the appropriate choices as follows: (Legend: HA= Highly Agree, A=Agree, U= Undecided, D= Disagree, HD=Highly Disagree) No. Questions HA A U D... Continue reading
Posted Apr 9, 2016 at Thinking Made Easy
5. Question 5 – still based on the respondents, they believe that almost all the systems and devices are creating competitive advantages to their organizations. The basis for this question is not just the number of votes, but also the availability and the frequency of votes. Almost all of the... Continue reading
Posted Apr 9, 2016 at Thinking Made Easy
10. This statement is somehow a revelation to the respondents that only 72% among them believed that their technology is an industry standard and are available in the market. There are also 15% among who agree with this statement while there are 2% respondents that are undecided. There are also... Continue reading
Posted Apr 9, 2016 at Thinking Made Easy
A CASE STUDY OF CHANGI AIRPORT CASINO (CAC) Introduction Recently, a new airport casino was established at the Changi Singapore, strategically located near the terminal and transportation by means of the Sky Train. The Changi Casino Airport employs about 3000 employees where some 2000 work full-time as casino dealers while... Continue reading
Posted Apr 9, 2016 at Thinking Made Easy
Recommendations for Effective Training and Development The errors mentioned above are just some of the errors of the training and development that should not happen again. Here are some of the recommended effective training and development that can be included to eliminate the previous errors that they have committed. The... Continue reading
Posted Apr 9, 2016 at Thinking Made Easy
Conclusion The importance of training and development is highly important in every organization. However, this can be limited according to the nature of the work. In the case of CAC in Singapore it is the management who has made an error in the introduction of their training to make it... Continue reading
Posted Apr 9, 2016 at Thinking Made Easy