The Relevance and Impact of the Internet on Businesses

The Role of Ergonomics

What is ergonomics? Ergonomics is the science of fitting the job to the worker. When there is a mismatch between the physical requirements of the job and the physical capacity of the worker, work-related musculoskeletal disorders (WMSDs) can result. Workers who must repeat the same motion throughout their workday, work in…

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The Relevance and Impact of the Internet on Businesses

Effects of the Web on Business The Internet will greatly alter the structure and operation of all industries. For the management of any existing business the central question is not whether the Internet will be relevant to your business, but rather what will we need to do to profit from that change ( “The Internet” ). The…

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The History and Success of the Yahoo Search Engine

  1. Success as a Web Search Engine a. Why was Yahoo! such an early success on the Web? Yahoo was an early success due to a combination of factors such as timing, hard work, and a good understanding of Web surfer’s tastes and needs. In early 1995, Net mania was just flowering. It was a great time to be a young entrepreneur…

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A Comparison of PBX and Key/Hybrid Systems, Communication for Business

PBX and Key/Hybrid Systems PBX and Key systems are the wave of communication for business everywhere. The key difference between PBX and Key/Hybrid systems are the amount of stations each can handle. Key systems are designed for clients with very small line size requirements and very basic needs. It usually handles between…

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A Comprehensive Analysis of the Data Entry in the Private and Public Sector

The society in which we live is complex and sophisticated. As consumers we demand a variety of goods and services to enable us to maintain the quality of life we enjoy. In order to satisfy these demands, suppliers must produce the goods and services, which the consumer wants by combining factors of production such as land,…

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An Analysis of the Company Microsoft and a Brief History on Windows Operative System

Microsoft: The Company It wouldn’t be fair to talk about the Windows Operating System without first looking at the origins of the company that developed it. William H. Gates III and Paul Allen founded Microsoft in 1975. They were both only 19 years old. In 1980 International Business Machines Corporation (IBM) chose Micros…

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The Monopoly and Globalization of the Microsoft Corporation

Monopoly? Is Microsoft actually a monopoly? No, they are not. They don’t force you to buy their products, they are not the only company out there, and even though they are the most used, people do have many other choices. Who makes you buy a product? No company makes you buy their products. If any company made you buy…

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The Planning for Management Information System

The biggest challenge and most critical success factor in reengineering projects are persuading the people within the organization to cooperate. When you begin to computerize a legacy system considers the advantages; reduced clerical cost, quicker processing time and improved customer service. Everyone knows that the comput…

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The Case of Microsoft’s Monopoly in October of 1997

In late October 1997, the Justice Department was again interrogating Microsoft. They have been at this since 1993, when they took over from the frustrated Federal Trade Commission. The computer industry of today is exploding more and more as time passes, and competition follows. I think this is a good topic because the worl…

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The Many Ways of Diplomacy and Negotiations

1.0 INTRODUCTION Negotiation is a common word that always appears in our personal and professional lives. Business is also negotiating. From the day you start thinking about having your own company, you are negotiating every step of the way. We negotiate when we buy office furniture, or when we do a project with co-worker…

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An Introduction to the Management Systems at Webster University


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An Introduction to the Importance of Advertising by Barrett & Barrett

Barrett & Barrett Advertising NJ is the newly established satellite office of Barrett & Barrett Advertising CA. Due to their increasing number of East Coast clientele, they have opened a satellite office to accommodate that business. B & B Advertising currently employs 56 people, 5 of which will transfer to the…

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Modern Luxuries That Today’s Person Needs

In today’s modernized world, there seem to be several luxuries that we can not live without. In a large metropolitan area such as Los Angeles, cars and the gas that fuels the cars are a must. So what would happen when the number one and number two oil companies in the United States decided to merge together?The deal itself…

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An Argument in Favor of The School Named After Henry Ford

Option 1 The naming of the school is an important decision. Think about an important person for whom a new school should be named write to explain why this person would deserve this important honor. “Henry Ford Senior High School” What exactly does it take to have a school named after a person? I think it takes great…

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Employee Empowerment Is the Only Way

Debate #2: Employee Empowerment is the Only Way The selected passage discusses the idea of “teaching people to lead themselves” in the work place, or empowering employees to make decisions that will affect the running of the organisation, and ultimately, their careers. The passage asserts that organisations funct…

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An Introduction to the Workplace Diversity in the United States: Fact or Fiction

Workplace Diversity: Fact or Fiction? Are today’s corporate diversity programs truly effective? That question, posed by Robert J Grossman in an article carried by the Wall Street Journal Online on June 28, 2000, will be explored as part of the review of Mr. Grossman’s article. The concept of diversity goes well beyond the…

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A Critique of Thinking Styles and Forces of Influence

Critical Thinking Styles and Forces of Influence Making decisions is a major portion of the manager’s responsibilities. It is an aspect that cannot be taken lightly nor can it be done in a hasty manner. Hasty, careless decisions can have devastating results on the manager’s department or even for the entire company. Decisi…

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A Comprehensive Analysis of the Electronic Commerce and the World Wide Web Use in Trading

E- Commerce is another name for Electric- Commerce. Electronic-commerce offers what many people believe to be an effective property of the Web. That property is the ability to adjust sites to the different needs, wants, desires and, even personalities of each individual customer. This ability is known to many experts as “co…

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A Question on the Worker Ethics, Do Your Employees Trust You 02/29/00 The Seattle Times, Sept 2, 1997 Do Your Employees Trust You? by Maggie Jackson (AP) Comments By F John Reh This article suggests they probably do not. They trust their co-workers and they even like their job for the most part, but not the managers. They don’t believe that managers make the…

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An Introduction to the Drug Testing and Corporate Responsibility: The ‘Ought Implies Can’ Argument

Drug Testing and Corporate Responsibility: The “Ought Implies Can” Argument Drug testing has become a hot topic under the microscope recently. The problem is the question whether or not it is morally wrong to test employees for illegal drug use. In order to justify drug testing in the work place one must look to…

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Marketing and Advertising Issues Due to Cultural Differences

  1. Topic The report is about the difficulties based on cultural differences marketers and advertising agents have to deal with when setting up an advertising campaign. 2. Introduction The research report will try to show what are the main problems marketers are confronted with when they set up an advertising campaign for…

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An Analysis of the Principle of Deming Management

Deming believed that quality must be the foundation of everything that businesses do. A consistent theme in Deming’s work has been the reluctance of managers to accept that theirs is the key role in changing process and driving the improvement in quality. Deming believed that organizations should be more responsive, more de…

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An Analysis of the Customer Service by the Dunkin Donuts Company

Dunkin Donuts by Edelia Jackson Bus 181: Intro to Business Dr. Winter November 22, 2000 Jackson 2 Dunkin Donuts first obtained fame through their wonderful tasting donuts. Today Dunkin Donuts has a total of forty-nine different kinds of donuts to choose from. They come in flavors like Apple ‘N’ Spice, Éclair and Bow…

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An Overview of the Business Plan on Progressive Consulting in the United States

Business Plan Business Plan: Progressive Consulting What follows is a complete business plan for a hypothetical company. Please copy or save to your disk and use as an example in developing your own business plan. If you would like to read a series of articles jump to Web Marketing . For additional business aids cli…

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An Analysis of the Market Opportunities Using SWOT Analysis of Meadow Lea

Question – Analyse Market opportunities using S.W.O.T analysis. STRENGTHS · Meadow Lea is regarded as an icon brand – awareness is high and it has been a top selling brand for 26 years. Consumers clearly understand that that it is positioned as a family brand. · ‘You ought to be congratulated’ is an icon ad campaign, app…

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