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  • Literature Review On Performance Management

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    performance management. This study mainly builds on the strategic HRM literature (Huselid 1995; Becker & Gerhart, 1996; Wright, Dunford & Snell, 2001) and employee performance management literature (Fletcher 2001; Armstrong & Baron 2002; Den Hartog, Boselie & Paauwe, 2004; DeNisi & Pritchard, 2006). In addition, this theoretical framework elaborates on the goal-setting theory (Locke & Latham 1990, 2002) and the social cognitive theory (Bandura, 1986).

  • Risk Management Literature Review

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    fraud because management finds it very difficult to detect it and deals with it. According to Bolton & Hand (2002:12), the growth in the rate of occurrence of frauds (successful and unsuccessful

  • Objectives Of Waste Management

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    (WTE) The objective of the MSW management is to reduce the quantity of solid waste by several methods. The MSW management is the application of suitable techniques and procedures for waste reduction based on the sources to achieve waste reduction and effective management of waste still after waste reduction. The basic procedures include storage and segregation of collected wastes into compostable, recyclable and inert components. There are various types of waste management practices available depending

  • Ambidexterity In Strategic Management

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    medieval-Latin ‘ambidexter‘, translating into ‘two right hands‘, it can have three meanings: using both hands with equal ease, being characterized by duplicity or double-dealing, or being unusually skillful or versatile (Merriam-Webster 2009). In strategic management research, ambidexterity has evolved into a major line of inquiry (Gupta et al. 2006; Raisch and Birkinshaw 2008). Organizational ambidexterity is considered not only beneficial but in the longer run even essential for organizations to survive and

  • Knowledge Management Literature Review

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    examination viewpoint. On the other hand, past literary works will be additionally discussed regarding the artificial intelligence in knowledge management. This will help in raising awareness about the previous works in this area of research. The writing will further talk about the part of Artificial

  • Strategic Management Case Study

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    Introduction This study on public sector strategic management is focused on the impact of leadership styles and organization culture. It draws primary conclusions from the case study of the Local Government Councils (LGCs) in Nigeria. The study is presented in a sequential order of five chapters. This chapter introduces the study in six headings. First, the background of the study: this gives a summary of the evolution of strategic management in practice and in research. Secondly, the current challenges

  • HR Professionals In Human Resource Management

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    organisation and the people who are working in it, also the culture of the organisation with the people. This management will help the sustainable growth of the organisation and the peoples of the organisation. In past days the HR division regarded as a support division of any organizations, but recently with help of the HR professionals identifies as a key function of an organisation. Top management also considers with strong HR practices can develop strong corporate culture with the employees. The culture

  • NGO Management In Pakistan

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    1.0 Introduction Under the overarching subject of successful organizational management, various models and theories had been formulated when it comes to NGO management and the critical role that employees’ engagement played in this area. In resource-constrained developing nations like Pakistan, and various other developing south Asian states, the growth of NGO sector had seen dramatic growth over the past few decades and had now prolonged over various proportions when it comes to both public and

  • Project Management Failure

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    Abstract Software project management is one of the most challenging in software development. A wrong decision could jeopardize the complete project and cause millions of dollars of loss to the company. Therefore the top leadership, project managers and the software development team should be aware of the risks and the inherent risks affecting a software project to be failed. By minimizing these risk factors driving a project to success is the main objective of an organization. Many studies have

  • Risk Analysis In Risk Management

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    categorized like high and low. Risk analysis makes you project Successful it’s all about how your analysis accurately, the probable likelihood of impact and occurrence of risks. Identify risk analysis which helps to save cost, time and status. Risk Management Issues Risk analysis is to identify threats