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Cambridge IGCSE Business Studies Coursebook with CD ROM

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This revised set of resources for Cambridge IGCSE Business Studies syllabus 0450 (and Cambridge O Level Business Studies syllabus 7115) is thoroughly updated for the latest syllabus for first examinations from 2015. Written by experienced teachers, the Coursebook provides comprehensive coverage of the syllabus. Accessible language combined with the clear, visually-stimulating layout makes this an ideal resource for the course. Questions and explanation of key terms reinforce knowledge; different kinds of activities build application, analytical and evaluation skills; case studies contextualise the content making it relevant to the international learner. It provides thorough examination support for both papers with questions at the end of each chapter and an extensive case study at the end of each unit. The CD-ROM contains revision aids, further questions and activities. A Teachers CD-ROM is also available.

IT Control Objectives for Cloud Computing

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Establishing Your Major Social Media Objectives and Key Strategies

Author : Jamie Turner
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This Element is an excerpt from How to Make Money with Social Media: An Insider's Guide on Using New and Emerging Media to Grow Your Business (9780132100564) by Jamie Turner and Dr. Reshma Shah. Available in print and digital formats. How to set clear objectives for your social media initiative that link tightly with your overall marketing strategies. Common objectives for a social media program range from driving Web site traffic to increasing customer engagement. But whatever your stated objectives are, only one thing is important: You need to integrate your social media campaign into your marketing campaign so that they can both show a quantifiable ROI.

The Primacy of Financial Objectives

Author : Stefan Kemp
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The pursuit of financial profit has always been, and will continue to be, the core concern for private sector organisations. There has been an unquestioning acceptance that the maximisation of financial return is the primary driver for all private sector firms regardless of the nature of these firms. This book challenges the simplicity of that assumption. Using empirical research undertaken in a variety of private sector organisations in Germany this book demonstrates that there are differences which reflect the nature of the firm in question. The research compares family and non-family firms and finds significant variations in organisational objectives. The priorities, structure and financial drivers of family firms differ markedly from those of non family firms and, unsurprisingly, strongly reflect the family influence. Yet, the dominant paradigm in current management thinking is centred on public limited companies (PLC) managed by professionals and overseen by a Board of Directors representing the interests of a large number of shareholders. Even here the evidence is that the achievement of maximum return on invested capital is not necessarily the first and only priority. In western economies family firms have significant macroeconomic importance. Taking a differentiated view on private sector organisations matters to practitioners and politicians who must ensure their decisions are being made on the right premises. Researchers may feel invited to interdisciplinary research initiatives that integrate findings from family business research and other academic fields.

IT Control Objectives for Sarbanes Oxley

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Introduction to Business

Author : University of the State of New York. Bureau of Business and Distributive Education
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Responsibilities of Business Leadership

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School Business Affairs

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Business Objectives

Author : Vicki Hollett
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A new edition of the best-selling business English course by Vicki Hollett.

Business Society

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Indiana Business Reports

Author : Indiana University. Bureau of Business Research
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Doing Business with India

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School of Business Alumni Study Conference

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Business Mexico

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Dairy Farm Business Management

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Harvard Business Review Library Planning control 11 v

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Management Guide to Computer System Selection and Use

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Business Law Text Cases

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Business Policy and Planning

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Strategic Planning for Information Systems

Author : John M. Ward
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This comprehensive and practical book describes the impact IS has had on business performance and the contribution it makes to the strategic development and competitive abilities of organizations. It provides the tools, techniques and management framework for identifying and implementing opportunities explored. The new edition places more stress on planning and includes updated references and examples as well as new information on EDI, business process redesign, outsourcing, legacy systems, and more.