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    Journal Article Critique “From common to uncommon Knowledge: Foundations of Firm-specific use of Knowledge as a Resource”

    Research question: “How can managers create uncommon knowledge when rivals have access to similar, commonly available knowledge?” (page 425) Author’s purpose: The importance of knowledge is well established in research. The knowledge-based theory considers knowledge as the most strategically significant resource of a firm. Notwithstanding, the authors illustrate that it is not known much about […] More

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    Critique of a Research Article

    This paper presents a critique of a qualitative research article titled: ‘Perceived support from healthcare practitioners among adults with type 2 diabetes’ (Oftedal et al, 2010) (appendix 1). To enable the critique of this article the Caldwell critiquing tool (2005) will be utilized. (Appendix 2) Research critiquing is a valuable skill, to gain as it […] More

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    Article of Capital Budgeting Survey

    This research is motivated by two major factors: (1) the over twenty year hiatus since the last thorough review ofthe capital budgeting survey literature, and (2) past appeals to the finance academic community by researchers to explore neglected areas ofthe capital budgeting process. In response, and using a four-stage capital budgeting process as a guide, the authors […] More

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    Article Review

    The article, School Counseling Outcome: A Meta-Analytic Explanation of Interventions, written by Whiston, S., Tai, W., Rahardja, D., and Eder, K. is research done to show if certain interventions and techniques used by school counselors are effective. The article discussed two types of studies, one with controlled comparisons and another involving pre and posttest differences. […] More

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    Value Chain and Supply Chain Article Analysis Paper

    Value Chain and Supply Chain Analysis Value Chain and Supply Chain Analysis Global value chain is described as activities companies use to bring out a product and share its conception from the beginning to the end. Design, production, marketing, distribution, and customer support are activities included in this process. The production of goods and services […] More

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    Template for Review of Journal Article

    Introduction Give an overview of the article. Development What are the key points in this article? What did I find striking or interesting about these key points? How relevant are the key points to my role as a teacher? What do I agree or disagree with in this article? How has this article influenced me […] More

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    BUS 237 – Assignment 1: MIS Article Critique

    BUS 237 – Assignment 1: MIS Article Critique Due Date/Time: Check Canvas Assignments for the due date/time for your section! Objective and Background: Many of the concepts you will be learning throughout this course are best understood as well as more interesting if you are aware of current and emerging MIS-related news in academic journals, […] More

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    Article Review Format Guide

    The article discusses whether the Sarbanes-Oxley Act and the subsequence laws were the correct solution for the problems that arose from the Enron and WorldCom bankruptcies. The article illustrates how the different rules and legislature affect different size business, and the ramifications that resulted for companies that must follow the Sarbanes-Oxley Act. The authors of […] More

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    Philippine Constitution – Article Iii

    Article III Bill of rights – declaration and enumeration of a person’s right and privileges which the Constitution is designed to protect against violations Basis: social importance accorded to the individual in a democratic or republican state Classes of rights 1) Natural rights – right possessed by every citizen without being granted by the State […] More

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    Sarbanes-Oxley Act Article

    Section 404 of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act This article review is on the article written by David S. Addington called “Congress Should Repeal or Fix Section 404 of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act to Help Create Jobs.” The Heritage Foundation published the article on September 30 2013. In the article, the author addresses concerns among companies staying in […] More

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    Globalization and Technology Negotiation Strategy Article Analysis

    Globalization and Technology Negotiation Strategy Article Analysis Negotiation strategy and planning are important in understanding how a negotiator should engage the issue. According to Lewicki, Saunders, and Barry (2006), negotiators can achieve their goal easily by using an effective plan and acquiring a solid strategy in the negotiating room. In this paper, negotiation strategy will […] More

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    Review the article What is strategy? by Michael .E. Porter

    Michael Eugene Porter is a Professor at The Institute for Strategy and Competitiveness, based at the Harvard Business School. He is generally recognized as the father of the modern strategy field. One of his great writing is “What is strategy?” published in 1996. The beginning of the article raises a mistake of Operational Effectiveness for […] More

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    Article on Discipline

    Discipline is not only necessary but also vital for any civilized society, as a matter of fact, discipline and Nature are synonymous with each other and whenever anything happens, which defies or interrupts the usual in Nature, it becomes a calamity, and similarly life without discipline can become chaotic. The term ‘discipline’ means any training […] More

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    Article Review On “Evidence Based Management(EBM), The Very Idea”

    Introduction There has been a recent trend in commending evidence-based approaches for management and policy making decision in the public sector. Evidence based management(EBM) is an aspect that has been heavily developed and relied on in certain practices such as evidence-based policy and evidence-based medicine.  These forms of approaches utilize recent best evidence in decision […] More

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    Article review of Finance and Growth; King, R. and Levine, R.

    Introduction For a long time, there has been a wide ranging debate among economists on the relationship between financial development and economic growth. A large number of them are of the opinion that finance is not a major factor in bringing about economic development. According to the article, these arguments are misplaced because all financial […] More

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    BCOM 275 Article Rebuttal

    Smoking bans, specifically in public places, has been a topic of debate for several years now. This debate has been originated primarily from medical or health-related origins. Many have felt strongly against the ban of smoking in public places. Although, almost an equal amount of people support the smoking ban. This paper will acknowledge the […] More

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    Article summary example

    Will Rasmussen in the article “Egypt fights to stem rapid population growth,” writes about Egypt’s dilemma of trying to stop a vastly growing population. Egypt’s population doubled since President Hosni Mubarak took office in 1981 and it’s likely to double to 160 million by 2050. The nation’s growth has been quite high, in recent years […] More