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    Administrative Theories in Public Administration

    I have by no means thought that administrative theories in Public Administration has been established back in 1800 with theorist who’ve found or developed and now has been part of the system of the Philippine authorities. The earliest contributors to our understanding of administration theory included training managers in addition to social scientist. More recent […] More

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    Public Administration

    “The Blast in Centralia No. 5: A Mine Disaster No One Stopped” by John Bartlow Martin. Reprinted by permission of Harold Ober Associates Incorporated. Copyright 1948 by John Bartlow Martin. Copyright renewed 1975 by John Bartlow Martin. Overview The title of this case study alone insinuates that perhaps this mine disaster could have been prevented. […] More

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    MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

    Module I Nature and scope of Management; evolution of management- Schools of management thought; F.W.Taylor and Henry Fayol; principles of management; management as a science and an art; management process. Folk management and its application in the modern era Evolution of management thought. Module II Functions of management- planning: planning premises; types of plan; planning […] More

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    Ethics in Criminal Justice Administration

    Nowhere is ethical behavior more important than the administration of criminal justice. Lack of ethical behavior undermines the purpose of the criminal justice system. The cost of unethical behavior will be the downfall of the criminal justice system and only by gaining a true understanding of what ethical behavior is and how to maintain it […] More

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    Public Administration

    I. Understanding Public Administration Meaning of Public Administration From a very broad perspective, public administration may be viewed to refer not only to those activities involved in carrying out or in implementing the policies and programs of the government but also the processes and contents of these policies and programs. Meaning of Public Administration From […] More

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    Financial Administration

    The objective of the chapter is to delineate and differentiate between the three major taxes in the United States through analyzing their differences, applicability, and issues associated with each. As the chapter begins, Mikesell explains the beginnings of the income tax and how it evolved from an unstable and unenforced law to a steady revenue […] More

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    Business Administration

    1.1 Describe the different features of telephone systems and how to use them Telephone systems have many different functions eg: hold, transfer, ignore and making a call. Thousands of organisations use the telephone system as it is a reliable and easy way to contact clients and fellow colleagues. Putting a call on hold will allow […] More

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    Office Administration

    The Administration role, more than most others, has been profoundly affected by the information revolution, according to Canadian researcher Alice de Wolff. At a meeting of the Office Worker’s Career Assistance Group of Toronto, Ms. de Wolff noted that office professionals work constantly with new information technologies. They bring the information economy to life and […] More

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    Personal Administration

    Personnel administration, better known as human resources (HR) management, is the coordination and regulation of employees in a company. It involves organizing, recruiting, hiring, training, and assessing workers. Conflict resolution and legal compliance also are important aspects. With a good HR team doing their jobs well, a company will often be ultimately more efficient and […] More

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    Public Administration

    CHAPTER ONE: DEFINING PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION LEARNING OBJECTIVES After reading Chapter 1 in the textbook, the student should be able to: 1.Define public administration within the context of its four frames: a. Political b. Legal c. Managerial d. Occupational 2. Locate public administration within its interdisciplinary context. 3. Define the subject matter that forms the core […] More

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    Introduction to Public Administration

    Instructions: Please read the following instruction carefully before preparing the assignment solution: • Be very specific and focused on the issue while answering a question. • Your answer should not exceed 300 words. ASSIGNMENT: Learning objective: • To make students aware of the practical implications of Bureaucracy • To create understanding about Public sector bureaucracy and enhance […] More

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    Comparative Public Administration

    Comparative Public Administration: Historical and sociological factors affecting administrative systems; Administration and politics in different countries; Current status of Comparative Public Administration; Ecology and administration; Riggsian models and their critique. ________________________________________________________________________ Click on ‘ JOIN THIS SITE ‘ to get instant updates on new posts on this blog. And also for’ INTERACTIONS AND DISCUSSIONS’ regarding […] More

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    Business & Administration

    1.1 Describe the main types of electronic message systems An electronic messaging system (EMS) allows users to send and receive messages electronically. Two of the main types of electronic message systems are as follows: E-mails, these work by the message leaving your inbox, it is then transferred to a number of servers before it reaches […] More

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    Medication Administration

    The intended use of medications is meant to improve a person’ health, it is very important the individual administering medication or self-medicating use the drugs correctly, by following the doctors’ instruction for the medication prescribed. Medication is given to diagnose, treat, and prevent illness. Medication can be very dangerous, which can potentially cause harm or […] More

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    Case Study of Wage and Salary Administration

    Psychopathology I.Important Concepts II.Categories III.Incidence IV.Models to Explain Important Concepts Psychopathology Defined Medical Student’s Syndrome Abnormality Normality Classification Psychopathology Defined Means sickness of the mind. There are many synonyms: Emotional DisorderCraziness LunacyMental Illness Mental DeviationNervous Disease Mental AbnormalityPsychiatric Illness PsychopathologyEtc. Medical Student’s Syndrome Medical student’s studying the heart became sensitive to the sounds of their […] More

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    Master of Business Administration

    International business is a term used to collectively describe topics relating to the operations of firms with interests in several countries. Such firms are sometimes called multinational corporations (MNC’s)1. Points of discussion with this topic may include cultural considerations, which itself may include differences in law and legal system, language barriers, living standards, climate and […] More

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    Business Administration Level 2 NVQ Unit 1 Questions & Answers

    1.1 One of the key codes of practice, guidelines and procedures that are relevant to ones work is proper communication. Others are accepting responsibility for one’s own work and its delivery. Basically one should develop his/her own performance and act in a way that encourages effective working. 1.2 If you are an employee you are […] More

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    Public Administration from a Political Perspective

    A Sales Coordinator is an important role within any Sales team. The position of Sales Coordinator provides fantastic experience in telecommunication and paperwork management, and is suited for anyone with a marketing background. A Sales Coordinator requires strong interpersonal and organisational skills, able to respond to any enquiries via telephone or computer, so computer literacy […] More

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    State V. Steele. Police administration

    Julian Steele worked as a police officer. In 2009, a robbery took place and the police were involved in the matter. After weeks of investigation, the police traced the vehicle involved in the robbery to one Miss Alice Maxton. Julian, being a police officer got involved in the case. Julian arrested Maxton’s children, taking them […] More

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    Automating Linux and UNIX system administration

    In a broad spectrum, system administration automation refers to the process of automating tasks that system administrators may perceive to be repetitive. Automation is either done through specialized software or scripting. Automating tasks is of great significance to a company as it ensures human related errors are prevented and more importantly it saves money and […] More