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Elements of The Business By Homework Help Classof1
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Business elements include structural and infrastructural elements. Structural elements are tangible resources, such as buildings, equipment, and computer systems. These resources typically require... More > large capital investments that are difficult to reverse. Because of their cost and inflexibility, such elements arc changed infrequently and only after much deliberation. In contrast, infrastructural elements are the people, policies, decision rules, and organizational structure choices made by the firm. These elements are, by definition, not as visible as structural elements, but are just as important. Total quality management (TQM) is a managerial approach in which the entire organization is managed so that it excels in all quality dimensions that are important to customers. Organizations that adopt TQM as one of their infrastructural elements will probably make structural and infrastructural decisions that are very different from those of firms that don’t follow such an approach.< Less
Cost and Value Management in Projects By Ray R. Venkataraman, Jeffrey K. Pinto
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This book addresses cost from a strategic perspective, offering thorough coverage of the various elements of value management such as value planning, value engineering and value analysis from the... More > perspective of projects.< Less
ERP - Cost or Benefit? By Ian Henderson
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A conference paper explaining the background of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and the practical elements of its implementation. The basic premise of the paper is that too few such... More > implementations deliver real business benefits and that there are a number of practical steps to avoid falling into this trap. The issues explored in this relatively brief paper were later expanded into the book 'ERP From The Front Line'. This book, in the form of a novel, takes the reader through a series of practical examples - problems and solutions - surrounding the adoption of the (fictional) SCX package in the (equally fictional) IME Corporation.< Less
ProValue A Proactive Approach to Managing Cost By Muthiah Kasi
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ProValue is a registered trademark of Alfred Benesch & Company. For business, value is defined as reliably performing all the required functions for a project within the agreed budget. While all... More > projects are affected by unexpected events, you can anticipate and accommodate them with the ProValue approach. In this guidebook, you will learn about various types of cost factors that impact estimation, function analysis and much more. The ProValue method allows you to manage the cost of transportation projects, but it can also be applied to other fields, including personal financial planning. Planning, design and engineering are just a few of the professions using this innovative approach to achieve desired outcomes.< Less
Elements of Depreciation Computation By Homework Help Classof1
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Depreciation accounting may be defined as a systematic procedure for allocating the cost of a long-lived asset over its useful life. The determination of the depreciation expense of a period depends... More > on three basic elements.< Less
Elaine's Room By Frank Cost
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This book takes you on a tour of Elaine Cost’s room in a way that should leave you with a fairly good idea of what it is like to actually be there. The only element missing is Elaine herself.... More > Elaine’s Room is the third in a series of “instant books” that I have created to explore new possibilities for the book enabled by digital technology. This book was conceived, produced, and published on Saturday, February 25, 2006. I started working on the book shortly after lunch, and it was available for purchase worldwide by dinnertime. I hope Elaine likes it. Then I hope she cleans her room!< Less
The Elements of a Cash flow Projection By Homework Help Classof1
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A capital budgeting decision is characterized by costs and benefits (cash flows) that are spread out over several time periods. This leads to a requirement that the time value of money be considered... More > in order to evaluate the alternatives correctly. Although in actual practice we must consider risk as well as time value, to situations in which the costs and benefits (in terms of cash) are known with certainty.< Less
Elemental Eloquence Book 5 By Bradley Daniel Martin
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This book of poems is the most hard hitting book I've written yet. I talk about love and loss. I talk about friendship waning. I talk about inner demons and inner struggles. This is the hardest... More > journey I've had to go through, but the rewards far outweight the costs. Read it, and I know you will be a changed person.< Less
elemental eloquence book 5 By Bradley Daniel Martin
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This book of poems is the most hard hitting book I've written yet. I talk about love and loss. I talk about friendship waning. I talk about inner demons and inner struggles. This is the hardest... More > journey I've had to go through, but the rewards far outweight the costs. Read it, and I know you will be a changed person.< Less
Customer Loyalty: Cost vs. Benefits - A Quantitative Approach By Richard Malekian
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The goal of this course is to give the course participant a firm understanding of what customer loyalty is, and how to quantify the cost and benefits associated with customer loyalty in order to... More > create shareholder value. As you go through the course, we will discuss how customer loyalty can be enhanced and how to properly measure the quantitative value of a customer. We will describe how to evaluate initiatives that seek to maximize customer loyalty, and finally, we will discuss how to create an incentive compensation plan that will reward the economic value attained through the adoption of a customer-centric program of operations.< Less