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    Applying the VRIO Framework

    1Barney and Hesterly (2006), describe the VRIO framework as a good tool to examine the internal environment of a firm. They state that VRIO “stands for four questions one must ask about a resource or capability to determine its competitive potential: 1. The Question of Value: Does a resource enable a firm to exploit an […] More

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    Applying the Background and Methodology of the Research Process

    Introduction I have chosen to analyze the research and study on Childhood Obesity: Can electronic medical records (EMRs), customized with clinical practice guidelines improve screening and diagnosis. The project was done to determine if customization would affect the outcome of prevention, screening, and treatment and improve the rate of diagnosis of obesity in children 7-18 […] More

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    Applying Risk Management

    Risk management is an important element in managing information systems. Applying risk management principals to business procedures is essential because it helps organizations design and maintain a safe systems environment to ensure the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of company data. Kudler Fine Foods has expressed an interest in developing an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system. […] More

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    Should Those Be Applying for Welfare Be Drug Tested?

    Welfare is defined as the provision of social support for citizens, giving them a minimal level of well-being. In media, welfare is also referred to as public aid. Most welfare provisions are handled by the government, and usually cover financial aid, unemployment insurance, and universal healthcare services. Since the beginning of year 1996, U.S. politicians […] More

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    Applying Ethical Practice

    Ethical Implications The ethical principles involved in the article reviewed are beneficence (bring about positive good) fidelity (trustworthy), and veracity (honesty) The nurse involved is caught between the core principles of nursing, by following the patients wish of not informing her parents by the diagnoses of a sexually transmitted disease. The implications of betraying the […] More

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    The Effective Leader: Understanding and Applying Emotional Intelligence

    The Ebola Virus Introduction        The following paper is an analysis of how emotional intelligence impacts a leader’s ability to make effective decisions. The first section of the essay defines the parameters of emotional intelligence, transformational leadership and effective decision-making. This is followed by an explanation of how the aspects of emotional intelligence […] More

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    Applying Psychology to Homelessnes

    Housing is a basic human want and plays an important role in ensuring the well-being children and adults. Stable housing is a necessary need for positive child and youth development in society. Although proper housing is essential for human biological and social development, statistics have shown a rising cases of homeless families with children in […] More