Topic :

Professional Practice within Health and Social Care Organisations

Paper Type : Term Paper
Word Count : 7250
Pages : 29
Education Level : Masters
Description:

Organizational culture, dynamics and professional practices are one of the vital elements of any organization which reflect the sense of identity. It determines the organization’s legends, rituals, meanings, value and norms, beliefs, language and the manner in which activities are performed around the organization (Cooke and Bartram, 2015, p.711). The essay revolves around exploring the dynamics, culture and professional practices of health care organizations. The part 1 of essay includes the discussion of the challenges faced by the health and care services in meeting the changing demands of public, overview of professional issues identified in light of a scenario and a focused analysis of the issues identified. The part two includes the opportunities for professional development for newly qualified nurses, swot analysis, a personal development plan of a critical stance in examining the nature of professional practice in context of contemporary health and social care.

Topic :

Impact of Dividend Policy on Firm Profitability

Paper Type : Case Analysis
Word Count : 3500
Pages : 14
Education Level : Graduate
Description:

This study aims to study the relationship between dividend policy and profitability of a company. This will be a case study research and aims to provide and add to existing empirical evidence by focusing on the dividend policy and profitability of British American Tobacco and studying the relationship between the two variables in general and in the context of the selected company. This study will be based on the positivist paradigm because the phenomenon under consideration is quantifiable and subject to hypothesis testing. This study will be based on deductive reasoning as it uses existing theories about the relationship between dividend policy and profitability and then continues to test the theories in specific circumstances, i.e.,by applying them on the case study of British American Tobacco.

Topic :

Information Sharing Barriers of Supply Chain Management

Paper Type : Research Proposal
Word Count : 7250
Pages : 29
Education Level : Masters
Description:

The Middle Eastern Kingdom of Jordan is located in the continent of Asia, at the south of Europe. It is the 122th largest nation in the world and covers an area of 88,802 square kilometres. The population of the country is 7,862,565 with a density of around 70 people per square kilometre (Country Meters, 2016). The Western part of the country experiences essentially a hot climate with dry summer spells and a cool wet winter. However, overall, the country has a desert climate with less than 200 mm of annual rain. Its climate is divided amongst three distinctive geographical regions: the Mountain height Plateau, the Jordan Valley and the Badia region or the Eastern desert. With respect to its water resources, Jordan is considered the 4th driest country in the world with desert environments covering around 92% of its land area (Altz-Stamm,2012).

Topic :

How Cloud Computing Could Be Implemented in DAIS

Paper Type : Information and Communication/ Computer Technology
Word Count : 15250
Pages : 61
Education Level : Graduate
Description:

Information technology (IT) has considerably enhanced and improved the learning and teaching mechanism. Now, the traditional classroom methods of teaching are slowly becoming obsolete and are being replaced by e-learning or learning through the internet. In this system, the teachers and students interact using internet, for instance, in online lectures. Similarly, students are required to write and submit their assignment on online portals. In this context, this study aims to examine the relatively new technology of cloud computing within the Dhirubhai Ambani International School (DAIS).

Topic :

Identifying Entry Strategies Into Developed Markets

Paper Type : Thesis
Word Count : 13250
Pages : 53
Education Level : Graduate
Description:

The primary aim of the following research study was to identify market entry strategies of small companies into developed market which will be done through the case of a coffee company operating in Bahrain with regards to venturing in to developed markets. For the purpose of validity the following research UK was selected as the study  as a developed market and carried out a research study to contemplate upon the best market entry modes for a small Coffee Shop from Bahrain, intending to locate in UK. In addition, other relevant aims of the following study were to identify elements/factors that helps a company to enter an already developed market, to identify the challenges faced by the small firms in the coffee industry to start their business in the developed markets and to identify the factors which contribute towards the entry mode selection for small firms in the coffee industry to start their business in the developed markets.

Topic :

Impact of Fair Value Accounting on Financial Statement Quality in the Banking Sector

Paper Type : Dissertation
Word Count : 16000
Pages : 64
Education Level : Masters
Description:

This study is inclined towards finding the impact of fair value accounting on financial statement quality in the banking sector of UK..The research questions to be addressed in this study will include: Is there a strong relationship between fair value accounting and quality of financial statements? What are the overall benefits of preparing fair value based financial statements in the UK banking sector? In order to achieve research objectives, inductive approach has been used for identifying the components and conducting the analysis of the problem, whereas descriptive approach has been used for the literature review of fair value accounting.

Topic :

Sexuality: Sex and the City and Beyond

Paper Type : Essay
Word Count : 2750
Pages : 11
Education Level : Under Graduate
Description:

This essay aims to critically discuss the American TV series Sex and the City which has become a cultural icon with its six hilarious seasons along with two movies. This series is based on Candace Bushnell’s book, Sex and the City, which exhibits an example of the sexual ability of women aged above 35 years. The idea presented in the series and movie was based on the premise that the chances of finding true love are significantly reduced for women after the age of thirty-five years. The series called for enormous viewership by the audience as it presented the ideas of finding love even after the age of thirty-five.

Topic :

Service Management Report: Comparative Analysis of British Airways and Easy Jet

Paper Type : Course Work
Word Count : 4500
Pages : 18
Education Level : Graduate
Description:

Almost every developed country around the world has adopted the procedure to transform themselves into service based economies so as to play an important role in enhancing their share in economic activities in order to improve the employment rate in the respective country. Taking a look at the United Kingdom, in which the service industry has taken a marvellous turn towards the improvement in the sector followed by the improvement in the country.This particular report is comprised of the service management in airline industry based in the United Kingdom. The two companies chosen for the comparative analysis are British Airways and EasyJet.