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    Definition, evolution of theory & practice, human relations, decision making, alternatives, implementation of plans, types of leadership.

    Table of Contents Introduction  Organizational Behavior  Decision Making  Leadership  Conclusion  Bibliography  Introduction During the twenti... more
    16 pages | 8 sources | 18 citations | TURABIAN citation style

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    Examines the developments of modern rocketry, including the initial development of gunpowder & the works of Jules Verne. Concludes that it is impossible to determine the birth of any particular technology.

    TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT OF ROCKETRY It is said that some 55 years ago, a group of German scientists stood at Peenemunde to watch the launch of the w... more
    4 pages | 5 sources | 10 citations | APA citation style

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    Discusses their development and use at the high school level. Background of public school and business cooperation in various areas of vocational and distributive education. Strategy to motivate students by combining concepts and practical on-the-job training. How structure of distributive education has shifted. Future development.

    This research examines the development and use of job-training stations at the high school level. The plan of the research will be to set forth the ba... more
    8 pages | 13 sources | 23 citations | APA citation style

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    Recommends a getting-back-to-basics approach for the industry based on how it finds, sells & executies its business. Describes redesigning the way services companies sell and manage. Problems of the big 5 consulting firms. Historical background of the industry. Approaches to information technology projects. Why projects fail. Table of Contents. Sample brochure.

    Table of Contents Introduction 2 The Problem 2 Historical Perspective 4 Why Projects Fail 8 Securing User Requirements 9 Containment of Cost 14 Getti... more
    30 pages | 21 sources | 26 citations | APA citation style

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    This paper looks at the poverty faced by women in Tanzania; some of the causes, and some of the things that are being done to relieve it. It also looks at what Tanzanian women must do to overcome their situation. Gender issues. Violence against women. Major problems facing the women of Tanzania.

    In Tanzania poverty is widespread and society remainstraditionalist with respect to gender issues even though women's rightsare protected by law Tanza... more
    6 pages | 6 sources | 12 citations | APA citation style

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    Discusses how the natural church devleopment model of management can be applied in the secular world; use of management and organizational behavior literature to substantiate the NCD model.

    The purpose of this research is to examine an underlying principle of thenatural church development NCD model and a relevant dimension ofmanagement in... more
    5 pages | 9 sources | 12 citations | APA citation style

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    a comparative analysis of Collins COBUILD English Dictionary for AdvancedLearners and Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary of Current English Introduc... more
    20 pages | 17 sources | 41 citations | APA citation style

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    Ch Intro to information systems and electronic business systems How does the granularity of information change as it moves from lower to upper organiz... more
    12 pages | 27 sources | 41 citations | APA citation style

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    Transition-age youth are adolescents or young adults between the ages of 14-21 who have a diagnosable mental illness that has led to impaired functioning in life. These individuals who are in transition between state care or custody are considered an at-risk group. In 1990 Congress made amendments to the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) to require that school districts provide planning assistance to these students for life after high school (Croke & Thompson, 2011). Young adults experience a variety of severe changes during their transition to adulthood, and those with mental illnesses face even greater challenges (Krinsky, 2010). Despite that transition planning is legally mandated, many school districts still do not include transition planning and few include student and parental input (Croke & Thompson, 2011). Without individualized services and programs to support these individuals during this transitory period, many may face unemployment. Many of the current intervention plans currently being implemented on the state level in Ohio, Oregon, New York, and Pennsylvania have been developed in consortium with mental health professionals and research universities.

    Transition-age youth are adolescents or young adults between the agesof - who have a diagnosable mental illness that has led to impairedfunctioning in... more
    9 pages | 13 sources | 22 citations | APA citation style

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