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Business Simulation
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Template, Example from the year 2010 in the subject Business economics - Operations Research, The University of Surrey (School of Management), language: English, abstract: Abstract Business simulation is simulation used for business training or analysis. It can be scenario-based or numeric-based. Most business simulations are used for business acumen training and development. Learning objectives include: strategic thinking, financial analysis, market analysis, operations, teamwork and leadership (WIKIPEDIA). The authors participated in a simulation. The results and mistakes are discussed in this presentation. The authors also discuss the theoretical foundations. This book contains the presentations illustrated and supplemented by explanatory texts. Content 1. Team Organisation 2. Environmental and internal strategic analysis 3. Strategic brief 4. Strategy review 5. Internal control system 6. Financial analysis 7. Conclusion Keyword Business simulation, reflection report, automotive industry, Team Organisation, Environmental and internal strategic analysis, strategic brief, strategy review, internal control system, financial analysis, conclusion, leadership, teamwork, storming, norming, forming, performing, PESTEL, Porter diamond, Porters five forces, start up, market penetration, profitability, new products, relaunch, R&D, KPI, Product portfolio and target markets, SOWT, marketing mix, 4 P, Product, Price, Promotion, Place, Plan, Results, Lessons learned, miscommunication, communication process, COSO, Internal control framework, 5 year trend, profitability analysis, efficiency analysis, investment analysis,

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INHALT: Kapitel 1: Einführung Anleitung für alle, die besonders beschäftigt sind Die Grundlagen Die folgenden Schritte Offenkundiges wiederholt Was für Sie wichtig ist Was macht ein 'Spider'? So findet man Sie Was wird indiziert? So werden Webpages gereiht (Ranking) Das ist unter 'Themen' zu verstehen Wie User Suchmaschinen und Verzeichnisse verwenden Das haben wir gelernt Kapitel 3: Keyword Strategie (Schritt 1) Die Keyword Hierarchie Kapitel 4: Die Organisation Ihrer Webseite (Schritt 2) Die Themen Pyramide Top Level: Das Netzwerk (Internet) Die erste Etage: (Homepage, Indexpage, Domain) Die zweite Etage (Die 'Strassenkarten) Die dritte Etage: Die Inhalt Pages (die Zielorte) Die vierte Etage: Der tiefe Inhalt So organisieren Sie Ihre einzelnen Pages in Themen 1.Erste Etage: Domain Level: 2. Zweite Etage: Strassenkarten Geldverdienen 3. Dritte Etage: Zielort Bestehende Webseite überarbeiten Kapitel 5: Die Optimierung einzelner Webpages (Schritt 3) So verwenden Sie dieses Kapitel Netzwerk Etage (Internet) Die erste Etage: Domain (Homepage) Die zweite Etage: (Strassenkarten) Keyword Platzierung: Zielorte und tiefer Inhalt Regeln für Suchmaschinen freundliches Design Kapitel 6: Links und Off-the-page Faktoren (Schritt 4) Was passiert 'off the page'? Die Bewertung ausgehender Links Eingehende Links bewerten und auswählen Eingehende Links: weitere Quellen Zusammenfassung Kapitel 7: Gelistet werden Sollen Sie Ihre Webseite anmelden? Die wichtigen Verzeichnisse Allgemeine Richtlinien Kleinere Verzeichnisse - grosse Bedeutung! FFA Pages - Tun Sie es nicht! Kapitel 8: Kontrolle der Suchmaschinen Spider Warum Kontrolle erforderlich sein kann. Robots.txt Kapitel 9: Und was nun? Unterschiedliche Algorithmen berücksichtigen Texte, voll mit Suchbegriffen verfassen Animationen und Grafiken statt Inhalt Optimieren Sie Ihre 'Alltags' Webseite Keywords und Keyword Strategien Die Ausarbeitung der Keyword Strategie Die Organisation Ihrer Webseite! Was bringen Millionen von Besucher ... DIE 4 TYPEN VON WEBSEITENBESUCHERN Was Sie nicht messen, ist kein richtiges Geschäft!

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Semi-automatic ontology engineering and ontolog...
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Inhaltsangabe:Introduction: The management of large amounts of information and knowledge is of ever increasing importance in today¿s large organisations. With the ongoing ease of supplying information online, especially in corporate intranets and knowledge bases, finding the right information becomes an increasingly difficult task. Today¿s search tools perform rather poorly in the sense that information access is mostly based on keyword searching or even mere browsing of topic areas. This unfocused approach often leads to undesired results. The following example illustrates the problem more clearly: An agriculture scientist would like to find out which organisation established the Agreement on Agriculture. A simple search for ¿establish Agreement on Agriculture¿ might result in a huge list of documents containing these words, but actually none of them containing the desired result: WTO or World Trade Organisation. The problem becomes even worse if the result searched for only appears in a foreign language document. Semantically annotated documents, i.e. documents that are indexed with ontological terms and concepts instead of simple keywords, provide several advantages. First, the ontological abstraction provides robustness against changes in the document. In the above example, the document representation might change using the term ¿Agricultural Agreement¿ instead of ¿Agreement on Agriculture¿. However, since the document has been annotated with the ontological semantics, this will not affect the search results. Second, since the ontology used for annotating the document in this example is domain-specific, the semantic meanings and interpretations of keywords are bound to that domain and therefore the retrieval is likely to be more efficient. A term can have several meanings in different domains. By first mapping the keyword to its semantic representation in a specific ontology and using the ontology¿s linked knowledge structure, a much more focused search approach can be taken. Third, document specific representations no longer affect the search. This is extremely important in the case of multilingual representations. Keywords of several languages are mapped to the same concept in an ontology and are therefore given the same meaning. Multilingual search portals can be established to produce the same results, no matter which language is used for retrieval. An important task in knowledge management facilitating above described search scenario id [...]

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Organisational Change and Change Management
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Seminar paper from the year 2011 in the subject Business economics - Business Management, Corporate Governance, printed single-sided, grade: 2,0, University of Applied Sciences Riedlingen, language: English, abstract: Today the environment of organisations like companies, corporations under public law or any other society or association is in motion. The environmental factors are changing and afford more and more attention. Greatest booster of this process is known as 'globalisation'. Globalisation has become the keyword in describing the challenges a company has to take nowadays. In detail this means, that the world market is sticking together. Everything is connected a little bit more every day. There are no separated markets that are split off of being involved in a worldwide competition anymore. So any enterprises, even small business, have competitors all around the world and need to focus on that. This is the development about the competition on one hand. On the other hand there are also different situations than before concerning customers, shareholders, stakeholders, employees, public and ecology. Every group has different interests and issues. Customers are getting more individual and they have higher expectations about product quality and variety while companies are trying to standardize and slim down their production. Investors are watching financial operating numbers. Their primary concerns are hard facts like liquidity, profitability or productivity. The factors public and ecology often cohere and affect organisations when ecological concerns take a back seat to industrial ones, for example. Employees first of all want to get an attractive salary. But they also need personal development inside of the organisation. The human needs are one of the main factors of success. If job satisfaction and motivation can be generated the company can benefit from full potential of leaders, workers and employees. To face this change process and successful combine all these factors an organisation also has to change. This organisational change has to take place on all levels of an organisation from top-management to leaders, to employees and even the physical structure. Driving change within an organisation is a difficult task because people and also their attitudes have to be moved and changed, too. In this context this work wants to show what organisational change means in detail and how it can be realised using scientific perceptions about organisations, leadership and human resources.

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Business Simulation
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Template, Example from the year 2010 in the subject Business economics - Operations Research, The University of Surrey (School of Management), language: English, abstract: Abstract Business simulation is simulation used for business training or analysis. It can be scenario-based or numeric-based. Most business simulations are used for business acumen training and development. Learning objectives include: strategic thinking, financial analysis, market analysis, operations, teamwork and leadership (WIKIPEDIA). The authors participated in a simulation. The results and mistakes are discussed in this presentation. The authors also discuss the theoretical foundations. This book contains the presentations illustrated and supplemented by explanatory texts. Content 1. Team Organisation 2. Environmental and internal strategic analysis 3. Strategic brief 4. Strategy review 5. Internal control system 6. Financial analysis 7. Conclusion Keyword Business simulation, reflection report, automotive industry, Team Organisation, Environmental and internal strategic analysis, strategic brief, strategy review, internal control system, financial analysis, conclusion, leadership, teamwork, storming, norming, forming, performing, PESTEL, Porter diamond, Porters five forces, start up, market penetration, profitability, new products, relaunch, R&D, KPI, Product portfolio and target markets, SOWT, marketing mix, 4 P, Product, Price, Promotion, Place, Plan, Results, Lessons learned, miscommunication, communication process, COSO, Internal control framework, 5 year trend, profitability analysis, efficiency analysis, investment analysis,

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INHALT: Kapitel 1: Einführung Anleitung für alle, die besonders beschäftigt sind Die Grundlagen Die folgenden Schritte Offenkundiges wiederholt Was für Sie wichtig ist Was macht ein 'Spider'? So findet man Sie Was wird indiziert? So werden Webpages gereiht (Ranking) Das ist unter 'Themen' zu verstehen Wie User Suchmaschinen und Verzeichnisse verwenden Das haben wir gelernt Kapitel 3: Keyword Strategie (Schritt 1) Die Keyword Hierarchie Kapitel 4: Die Organisation Ihrer Webseite (Schritt 2) Die Themen Pyramide Top Level: Das Netzwerk (Internet) Die erste Etage: (Homepage, Indexpage, Domain) Die zweite Etage (Die 'Straßenkarten) Die dritte Etage: Die Inhalt Pages (die Zielorte) Die vierte Etage: Der tiefe Inhalt So organisieren Sie Ihre einzelnen Pages in Themen 1.Erste Etage: Domain Level: 2. Zweite Etage: Straßenkarten Geldverdienen 3. Dritte Etage: Zielort Bestehende Webseite überarbeiten Kapitel 5: Die Optimierung einzelner Webpages (Schritt 3) So verwenden Sie dieses Kapitel Netzwerk Etage (Internet) Die erste Etage: Domain (Homepage) Die zweite Etage: (Straßenkarten) Keyword Platzierung: Zielorte und tiefer Inhalt Regeln für Suchmaschinen freundliches Design Kapitel 6: Links und Off-the-page Faktoren (Schritt 4) Was passiert 'off the page'? Die Bewertung ausgehender Links Eingehende Links bewerten und auswählen Eingehende Links: weitere Quellen Zusammenfassung Kapitel 7: Gelistet werden Sollen Sie Ihre Webseite anmelden? Die wichtigen Verzeichnisse Allgemeine Richtlinien Kleinere Verzeichnisse - große Bedeutung! FFA Pages - Tun Sie es nicht! Kapitel 8: Kontrolle der Suchmaschinen Spider Warum Kontrolle erforderlich sein kann. Robots.txt Kapitel 9: Und was nun? Unterschiedliche Algorithmen berücksichtigen Texte, voll mit Suchbegriffen verfassen Animationen und Grafiken statt Inhalt Optimieren Sie Ihre 'Alltags' Webseite Keywords und Keyword Strategien Die Ausarbeitung der Keyword Strategie Die Organisation Ihrer Webseite! Was bringen Millionen von Besucher ... DIE 4 TYPEN VON WEBSEITENBESUCHERN Was Sie nicht messen, ist kein richtiges Geschäft!

Anbieter: Thalia AT
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Semi-automatic ontology engineering and ontolog...
74,00 € *
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Inhaltsangabe:Introduction: The management of large amounts of information and knowledge is of ever increasing importance in today¿s large organisations. With the ongoing ease of supplying information online, especially in corporate intranets and knowledge bases, finding the right information becomes an increasingly difficult task. Today¿s search tools perform rather poorly in the sense that information access is mostly based on keyword searching or even mere browsing of topic areas. This unfocused approach often leads to undesired results. The following example illustrates the problem more clearly: An agriculture scientist would like to find out which organisation established the Agreement on Agriculture. A simple search for ¿establish Agreement on Agriculture¿ might result in a huge list of documents containing these words, but actually none of them containing the desired result: WTO or World Trade Organisation. The problem becomes even worse if the result searched for only appears in a foreign language document. Semantically annotated documents, i.e. documents that are indexed with ontological terms and concepts instead of simple keywords, provide several advantages. First, the ontological abstraction provides robustness against changes in the document. In the above example, the document representation might change using the term ¿Agricultural Agreement¿ instead of ¿Agreement on Agriculture¿. However, since the document has been annotated with the ontological semantics, this will not affect the search results. Second, since the ontology used for annotating the document in this example is domain-specific, the semantic meanings and interpretations of keywords are bound to that domain and therefore the retrieval is likely to be more efficient. A term can have several meanings in different domains. By first mapping the keyword to its semantic representation in a specific ontology and using the ontology¿s linked knowledge structure, a much more focused search approach can be taken. Third, document specific representations no longer affect the search. This is extremely important in the case of multilingual representations. Keywords of several languages are mapped to the same concept in an ontology and are therefore given the same meaning. Multilingual search portals can be established to produce the same results, no matter which language is used for retrieval. An important task in knowledge management facilitating above described search scenario id [...]

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