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Survey on the Demand of ESP-Business English Talents of Export-Oriented Enterprises in Taian City  [PDF]
Xiujuan Wang, Jilian Hu, Wenjing Wang, Jie Pan, Wen Fu
Creative Education (CE) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/ce.2017.84045
Abstract: With the integration of China and WTO, the export-oriented economy in Taian city is gradually showing the booming trend. And the increase of the foreign-related enterprises also makes the increase of Business English talents. By conducting questionnaire and interview of the Export-oriented Enterprises in Taiancity, this paper analyzes the demand of Business English talents of export-oriented enterprises in Taian city. Results show that there are some differences between the demand of the enterprises and the present situation of the Business English talents. Then, this paper gives some suggestions and counter-measures for this situation.
A Study of Innovative Entrepreneurial Talents of Business and Management: Knowledge, Ability and Quality Structure
Yurong Chen,Wenhua Wang
Higher Education Studies , 2011, DOI: 10.5539/hes.v1n1p46
Abstract: It has been an urgent mission for universities and institutes to instruct the students with enterprise knowledge and cultivate high quality entrepreneurial talents with innovation. The paper discusses the knowledge, ability and quality structure of talents of economics and administration with a purpose to achieve the goal of innovative entrepreneurial education.
DEMAND FOR FINANCIAL INFORMATION IN SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT. EMPIRICAL STUDY
Jacek Jaworski
e-Finanse , 2012,
Abstract: Limited access of small enterprises to reliable and well-prepared information about their condition is mentioned as one of the main barriers to small business development. One of the key types of information used in management is financial information. It concerns the resources and financial flows in the enterprise. The main goal of the paper is to present the results of the questionnaire survey conducted in mid. 2010 among managers of small enterprises in Poland. The survey was used to recognize the usefulness of financial information in decision-making, to diagnose information needs of entrepreneurs and to identify factors affecting these needs.
Social Software and Semantics for Business Process Management - Alternative or Synergy?  [PDF]
Agata Filipowska,Monika Kaczmarek,Agnes Koschmider,Sebastian Stein
Journal of Systems Integration , 2011,
Abstract: Business Process Management (BPM) provides support for managing organizations’ processes and facilitates their adaptation to changing market conditions. Although various BPM solutions have been successfully applied in industry, there are still many open issues to be addressed, e.g., ensuring commitment of employees in process modelling and reengineering or enabling automation of business processes lifecycle.Researchers are currently investigating the use of Semantic Web and Social Software technologies to overcome the existing problems. Based on the conducted study, we argue that although semantics and Social Software technologies focus on different problems, they may be combined as utilized together they enable organizations to advance their processes and adapt faster to changing market conditions.
Market, Management and Profession. Social Business in the Polder
Blok, Willem M.J.
Social Work and Society , 2004,
Abstract: In a recent policy document of the organized employers in the care and welfare sector in The Netherlands (the MO Group), directors and board members of care and welfare institutions present themselves as "social entrepreneurs", managing their institutions as look-a like commercial companies. They are hardly criticized and there is not any countervailing power of significance. The workers are focusing on their own specialized professional fields and divided as a whole. Many government officials are in favour or do not bother. The relatively small number of intellectual workers in Dutch care and welfare are fragmented and pragmatic. From a democratic point of view this is a worrying situation. From a professional point of view the purpose and functions of professional care and welfare work are at stake. The penetration of market mechanisms and the take-over by commercially orientated managers result from unquestioned adaptation of Anglo-Saxon policy in The Netherlands in the 1990's, following the crisis of the Welfare State in the late 1980's. The polder country is now confronted fully with the pressure and negative effects of unbalanced powers in the institutions, i.e. Managerialism. After years of silence, the two principal authentic critics of Dutch care and welfare, Harry Kunneman and Andries Baart, are no longer voices crying in the wilderness, but are getting a response from a growing number of worried workers and intellectuals. Kunneman and Baart warn against the restriction of professional space and the loss of normative values and standards in the profession. They are right. It is high time to make room for criticism and to start a debate about the future of the social professions in The Netherlands, better: in Europe. Research, discussion and action have to prove how worrying the everyday situation of professional workers is, what goals have to be set and what strategy to be chosen.
Study on the Role of Technological Innovation in Business Administration  [PDF]
Haixing Ni
Modern Economy (ME) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/me.2018.910100
Abstract: With China’s economic development and social progress, China has made great achievements in business administration, and companies in China have grown rapidly. At the same time, companies also face a variety of challenges. While, business administration can enable companies to develop rapidly. Innovative business management could give full of vitality to the development of enterprises. And it has become the trend today. This paper first expounds the current development status of enterprise business management, then analyzes the role of technological innovation in business management, then discusses the strategies of the application of scientific and technological innovation in three aspects, that is, increasing the emphasis on the application of scientific and technological innovation, strengthening the cultivation of talents, and increasing the financial investment of scientific and technological innovation. At last, taking Xiaomi as an example, this paper analyzes the importance of?technological innovation in business management. Innovation in business management science and technology can effectively make enterprises sustainable development.
Developing a Social Business Model for Zero Waste Management Systems: A Case Study Analysis  [PDF]
Atiq Uz Zaman
Journal of Environmental Protection (JEP) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/jep.2012.311163
Abstract: The global gross domestic product (GDP) has increased by 40% during 1960-2000; poverty and inequity have also increased over the same time [1]. Many social scientists and economists have indicted the existing monetary-based corporate social structures with their insignificant contribution to the problem solving and social development processes. Waste is one of the major problems in every city around the globe. This study explores policy instruments in existing profit maximizing business systems and proposes an alternative business approach for the zero waste management systems. The paper proposes a conceptualized social business model for waste management systems based on a case study of two different organizations working in waste management systems in low and high consuming cities. “Waste Concern”, on one hand, is a social business enterprise, promoting waste recycling activities through the community-based decentralized composting technology using public-private community partnerships model in a low consuming city i.e. Dhaka. “Finding Workable Solutions”, on the other hand, is a non-profit organization that rehabilitates and empowers disabled peoples in high consuming city, i. e. Adelaide by collecting and transforming sellable household waste. This paper argues that waste management social business would be an opportunity for the corporate world to implement the strategy of extended producer responsibility in more successful way. Under this business model, producers can contribute more significantly in the social development process, promote value creation, ensure product stewardship and equity within the society. In addition, the conceptualized waste management social business model will endorse closed-loop resource flow in the society and will maximize resource utilization through recycling, reusing and re-gifting in the circular society.
Study on the Cultivating Mode of Undergraduate Talents in Tourism Management: Literature Review, Analysis and Discussion  [PDF]
Dongbei Xu
Journal of Service Science and Management (JSSM) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/jssm.2015.84050
Abstract: Based on the related research articles about undergraduate talents cultivation in tourism management on http://www.cnki.net/, this paper reviews the cultivating mode of undergraduate tourism talents, analyzes the achievements and shortcomings of the existing research literature and discusses the problems of constructing the cultivating mode of undergraduate tourism talents from theoretical basis, practice demand, policy orientation, regional characteristics, developing trend and educational resources.
New Insights into Human Resource Management of Large Public Hospitals with Multi Campuses in China  [PDF]
Jialin Yang, Huafeng Cheng
Journal of Human Resource and Sustainability Studies (JHRSS) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/jhrss.2015.33016
Abstract: Human resource departments of large public hospitals in China deal with new challenges caused by multi-campus structure, such as increased labor demand, difficulty in cost management, lack of professional talents, restriction on employing way and etc. Delphi Method and Focus Group were used as the chief methods to analyze the problems. Countermeasures are researched as staffing optimization, performance management, forming Expert Center, establishing HRM Framework based on the positions among campus and restricting the human resource department. The researches break away from traditional human resource practices, develop new application for future trends, and adapt to the changes of business in the country’s public hospital reform.
A Brief Study on the Problems and Development Countermeasures of China’s International Trade Talents Training  [PDF]
Ruichao Zhang, Hongshan Liu, Jiajing Zhang
Modern Economy (ME) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/me.2017.812104
Abstract: Since the 1990s, it gradually becomes a new approach in the field of international economics to study trade activities from the perspective of human resources. Many scholars believe that the gap of income inequality between two countries increasing or decreasing depends on the trade pattern between the two countries, but in the final analysis, it depends on the state of human capital allocation in both countries. Therefore, human resources are of great significance to the international trade. With China’s opening-up policy to the outside world becoming deeper and deeper, there is an increasing demand for international trade talents, and the skilled talents in international economic and trade fields have become scarce talents. However, at present, many universities’ international trade graduates find it difficult to get employed, and companies just lack talents in that fields. The main reason for this phenomenon is that the international trade talents trained in colleges and universities are out of touch with the social needs, which caused the phenomenon that graduates majored in international trade can’t be used by companies and companies lack talents in the field of international trade but dare not employ the graduates. To study this phenomenon, this paper finds that the teaching objective is not clear in colleges and universities; most colleges and universities pay much attention to theoretical teaching instead of practical teaching and lack teacher allocation. What’s more, the curriculum is not reasonable enough. So the colleges and universities should take some measures; they should cultivate talents to be familiar with international business processes and specific operations, international trade negotiation and communication skills, and to be familiar with international trade laws and practices. They also should guide students to get some professional
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