Bachelor in International Business and Management Studies

PREFACE BBAis the stepping-stone to management career. In order to achieve practical, positive and concrete result, the classroom learning has to be effectively supplemented in relation to the situation existing outside the classroom for developing healthy managerial and administrative skills in a potential manager. It is necessary that the theoretical knowledge must be suppl...
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Critical Analysis of the Challenges Faced by Au in Achieving Continental Unity

The advent of the African Union (AU) can be described as an event of great magnitude in the institutional evolution of the continent. On 09 September 1999, the Heads of State and Government of the Organisation of African Unity (OAU) issued a Declaration (the Sirte Declaration) calling for the establishment of an African Union, with a view, to accelerating the process of integ...
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The Issue of Communication

The issue of communication has emerged as a critical component in the running of organizations. Based on culture, communication styles differ greatly (Briscoe & Schuler, 2004). When communication styles diversify, the implication is that workers would find difficulties fitting into a different cultural system. For instance, a worker may be unable to understand a message ...
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A Financial Ratio Quarterly Trend Analysis of Nike, Inc.

A Financial Ratio Quarterly Trend Analysis of Nike, Inc. Stock Symbol: NKE Listed on the New York Stock Exchange In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements of the Course: FIN 6406 Report Completed By: 1. Introduction A financial ratio quarterly trend analysis was completed to provide the reader with a clear assessment of the financial health of the company: NIKE International...
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Cross-Cultural Perspectives of Tourism

Stereotypes usually start insinuating into the lives of people when they are still young. They may come to people from through their parents. These beliefs are usually passed from one generation to another without even being challenged or examined. A person may have been raised up in particular religion that may have built-in stereotypes concerning people of another religion....
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Kristin Lardner’s Case Study

Kristin Lardner’s Case Study MPA 5400 Public Administration Theory Abstract There are two main theories in public administration that apply to Kristin Larnder’s case study. They are the bureaucracy theory and the client responsiveness theory. In this paper these theories will be discussed in detail as to how they relate to public administration theory. The internal and extern...
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The Letter

The Letter Dear John Am writing to inform you about Interpersonal communication, which is different from other forms of communication. It is different in that the participants involved in it are few and are always in close physical proximity. They use more sensory organs and their response to one another is immediate. Interpersonal communication can involve persons interacti...
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Film Analysis on Movie John Q

1. a. Perception means understanding a situation, and having insight on it; individuals connecting to their environment. In negotiation you need to interpret what the other party says and means. (Lewicki, p139) b. In the movie John Q the main character John acts like he is a threat and the cops think he is going to kill the hostages if he does not get what he wants. The cops ...
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2012 Film Poster Analysis

2012 film poster Introductory paragraph A film poster is a marketing product and is used to advertise a film. There may be several versions for one film, with variations in regards to size and content, also some posters are designed specifically for particular countries. It usually contains an image with text, but with the development of technology and software many film post...
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CSI Effect in the USA and Crime Fighters

Introduction With the creation of the television, the prominent legal scholars reached the conclusion that the impact of the legal-oriented movies and entertainment programs becomes increasingly tremendous (Fielding, 2006). Movies and TV programs like Boston Legal, LA Law, the People’s Court and many others were reported to have a significant influence on the legal perceptio...
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