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Feb 17, 2020Open    AccessArticle

Organizational Condition of Private Schools and Colleges in Nueva Ecija

Kim Edward S. Santos, Carl Louie R. Nocum
Healthy organizations need to maximize human resources to achieve their goals; they need to integrate their programs and empower their employees. The study described the organizational condition of private schools and colleges in Nueva Ecija in terms of organizational structure, employer-employee relationship, and employee’s growth and development. The study used descriptive method and utilized survey research. A total of 114 employees (composed of 76 teaching

Feb 11, 2020Open    AccessArticle

Developed Skills of Marketing Students through Direct Selling in Nueva Ecija

Kim Edward S. Santos
One of the course requirements in a business marketing curriculum is direct selling that serves as a gateway to the entrepreneurial world to students. The researcher used descriptive method. A total of 175 college students taking up marketing management from different colleges in Nueva Ecija were surveyed. The researcher used a Likert-scale type questionnaire and analyzed it through statistical data treatment such as mean and weighted mean. In light with the fo

Jun 14, 2019Open    AccessArticle

The Effect of Applying Customer Relationship Management in the Higher Educational Sector

Nevine Deif, Amr Aly, Sameh Farahat
The purpose of this paper is to explore the effect of applying customer rela-tionship management (CRM) in the higher education sector. From the litera-ture, four dimensions for measuring customer relationship management were suggested, which are: Knowledge Management, Interaction, Communication, and Feedback. The paper makes a recommendation for policymakers in the higher education sector to embrace investment in CRM.

Apr 29, 2019Open    AccessArticle

Credit: Self-Growth, Dreaming of the Future—Exploration and Practice of Zhejiang Lifelong Education Credit Bank

Meixiu Zhou
Credit bank is an educational system and learning management system based on the concept of lifelong education and modern information technology environment. Its core value lies in promoting the construction of the lifelong education system and forming a learning society with nationwide learning and lifelong learning. It is to realize all levels of education vertical contact, horizontal commun

Mar 29, 2019Open    AccessArticle

Government Policies and Their Effects to Business in Kenya

Peter Muchiri Mwai
This paper analyzes various government policies in Kenya and how they influence business environment, with close comparisons with Botswana. Kenya is a major economic player in sub-Sahara Africa and often touted as a gateway to Africa. On the other hand Botswana is one of the few middle income countries in Africa and a beckon of democracy in Africa. The paper explores government policies and their effects to business environment i

Nov 14, 2018Open    AccessArticle

Analysis on the Structure and Competitiveness of Shaanxi’s Manufacturing Industry—Based on SSM Analysis

Bingzhou Wen, Jiaoyang Du
This paper focuses on the manufacturing industry in Shaanxi Province, and se-lects 2003-2016 as the whole period of the study. In this paper, SSM analysis is used to reveal the comprehensive situation of the overall manufacturing indus-try and 17 specific industries in Shaanxi Province. On this basis, in order to ensure that the research results are more illustrative, the whole interval is di-vided into three annual intervals. The

Mar 06, 2015Open    AccessArticle

A Review of “Leading from the Emerging Future”: Any Lesson for Nigerian Leaders?

Victor E. Dike
This article reviews Leading from the Emerging Future  [1] and explores whether or not the political leaders of Nigeria can learn any lesson from it. This book concentrates on practical approach that empowers leaders to shift their mindsets from ego-system awareness to eco-system reality to enable them to transform the extant extractive economic and political institutions that...

Jan 28, 2015Open    AccessArticle

The Research of Tax Inspection Based on Generalized Regression Neural Network

Shihong Chen, Xiaoqing Liu
This paper tries to use the generalized regression neural network (in short: GRNN) to assist tax inspection case selection. First, this paper briefly introduces the theory of generalized regression neural network and applies it in the tax inspection. Second, it analyzes the financial statements and tax returns of 93 commercial enterprises, and then establishes the GRNN model and gets the analyzing result. Finally, the result is compared with the known taxation case. Then we get the conclusion th...

Jun 23, 2014Open    AccessArticle

Foreign Aid and Economic Growth

Farheen Fatima

This paper represent the study about the impact of foreign aid on the economic growth of Pakistan by taking into consideration previous studies done on the same topic for different developing countries. As results show that if aids are properly allocated in desired section which in real need development than it can prove fruitful but normally aid given to such countries always have some objective behind that with already defined section where that aid sh



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