Advanced Persistent Threat And Its Relation To Organizational Security

INTRODUCTION Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs) represent the most critical menace to modern organizations. Unlike automated broad range attacks, APTs are human-driven infiltrations, perpetrated over long periods of time, customized for the targeted organization after some intelligence analyses, possibly on open sources, and can even leverage unknown exploits to infiltrate vulnerable systems. The economic cost for … Read more

Internet threats

The internet has arised as an integral part of the current genesis of people, from communication over instant messages and banking to emails, studying, travelling and many more, internet has affected every facet of many lives. With the increasing continuation by people using the internet, protecting very important information have become essential. A computer with … Read more

The Sustainability of BMW Corporation

The triple bottom line (TBL) is the critical core for the business to be successful. It is the framework to measure the company performance in terms of environment, planet, and profit or it can be called 3Ps. However, this measure does not have the common measurement in every corporation (Slaper and Hall, n.d). This paper … Read more

Review of the Tailhook ’91 Scandal

Statement of Relevant Facts The 35th Annual Tailhook Association meeting took place at the Las Vegas Hilon in Las Vegas, Nevada from September 8 to September 12, 1991. According to the U.S. Department of Defense, during that time more than 100 U.S. Navy and Marine Corps junior aviation officers sexually assaulted and harassed, and engaged … Read more

What is porcelain made of?

The porcelain developed in China consists of a well vitrified ceramic. This ceramic is usually composed of a type of clay called kaolin. It can include ingredients such as: glass, bone, ash, quartz, and alabaster. Why was porcelain first made in ancient China? Chinese porcelain. The three essentials for porcelain are kaolin, fuel for high-temperature … Read more

Characteristics Of An Entrepreneur Comparing Donald Trump And Joanne Rowling’s

Why he chose to become an entrepreneur Donald Trump’s father, Fred Trump was a very successful man in the real estate industry which is what influenced him to enter that industry and follow in his father’s footsteps. Donald Trump then went on to owning his own properties, hotels, golf courses etc. Throughout his life he … Read more

Normative Conflict Theory

Various scholars have attempted to explain delinquent behavior. Among the more influential explanations, I find to be argumentative, is normative conflict theory within group norms. Normative conflict theories can be described as having a legal reasoning, in man and law, along with modern forms of life. My concept of normative conflict is functional: it turns … Read more

Unemployment Problem, Its Cascading Effect And Solutions To Tackle The Issue From Different Angles

Introduction Unemployment is a critical social and economic problem in both developed and developing countries. Recent survey shows that Arab youth consider unemployment as a serious problem and a big social concern. This report discusses and defines the unemployment problem, its cascading effect and suggests solutions to tackle the issue from different angles. Definition of … Read more

A Personality Of William “Boss” Tweed

William “Boss” Tweed A brilliant democrat and overall genius. William “Boss” Tweed became a deceptive politician. He used people’s lack of knowledge and understanding, so he could gain power. His early childhood influences and negative media conflicts eventually lead his demise. “The way to have power is to take it.”(Tweed) To start off with, Boss … Read more

Why Nike’s auditing of its global supply chain factories is not sufficient to ensure sustained improvements in the working conditions

This paper aims to discuss the reasons why Nike’s auditing of its global supply chain factories is not sufficient to ensure sustained improvements in the working conditions. Working conditions include “a range of areas including working hours, information and consultation of workers, occupational health, and safety at work as well as conditions for a part-time, … Read more

Concepts of Employee Work Commitment

Commitment is viewed as an attitude towards the organization that links the identity of the individual to the entity. According to Meyer and Allen (1991) commitment is a psychological state that characterizes the employee’s relationship with the organization and has implications for the decision to continue membership in the organization. Meyer and Allen (1997) extended … Read more

Nordstrom: Dissension in the Ranks?

The case questions the compensation policies and practices of Nordstrom, which are linked with its cultre of high-touch customer-service. Nordstrom was publicly lambasted by labor unions and the news media for its practices, which led to employees allegedly underreporting actual work hours in the interest of keeping both their commissions high and the best floor … Read more

Competitive edge for your business

A little competition can be a healthy thing. It can also be both costly and disastrous if you aren’t up to par with others in your particular business or industry. How you handle competition can be a direct link to the success or the failure of your company. You can, however, significantly increase your chances … Read more

Workplace Harassments in Canada

“The workplace scandals in Canada” is a report which explains the harassments faced by employees in their workplace in Canadian economy. This report not only explains about only harassments but also provides some solution to overcome them. There are some laws which provide protection from this kind of harassments are also explained. The report also … Read more

Building Teamwork in Workplace

As Unilever is a team they have a mission and a vision, they have ambitious plans to grow their business while reducing their overall environmental footprint and increasing their positive social impact, and only through partnering with you, their suppliers will be sustainable and profitable growth to be achievable. Unilever has a team agenda selling … Read more

Ancient Egypt trade analysis

Trade has always been a vital aspect of any civilization. The Ancient Egyptians were wonderful traders. Ancient Egypt was a country rich in many natural resources but still was not self – sufficient and so they had to rely on trade for necessary goods and luxuries. The Natural resources and raw materials of Ancient Egypt … Read more

Business Report On Amazon And Walmart

Amazon and Walmart are two of the leading companies in the retail market. Walmart’s success has been as a result of innovation in its supply chain that has led to efficiencies in the distribution of their products. The two rivals have engaged in competition as they each strive to become the dominant player in the … Read more

Analysis Of Christopher Alexander’s Book “The Timeless Way Of Building”

“Architecture should speak of its time and place but yearn for timelessness”. (Frank Ghery) One of the most interesting treatise of Christopher Alexander is “The Timeless way of Building” that was first published in 1979. The author of the book Christopher Alexander himself is an architect. Besides an architect, he is a lover of mathematics … Read more

Importance of Good Laboratory Practice (GLP)

Importance of GLP Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) is a set of principles that guides how laboratory studies are planned, performed, monitored, recorded, reported and archived. This is different from laboratory safety standards (such as appropriate clothing). GLP helps to ensure the credibility and traceability of data submitted, thereby addressing the issue of non-reproducibility in many … Read more

Review of Nescafe’s Promotional Material

Semiotic analysis is useful for examining texts, to “unravel structures of meaning beyond mere presence or absence” (Van Zoonen: 74). In this essay semiotics will be used to discuss ways that gender is represented in a Nescafe advertisement published in CLEO. The idea of first, second and third orders of signification, as outlined by Liesbet … Read more

Misleading and Deception in Advertising and Selling

The issue In today’s highly competitive, global market, companies are setting sales targets high to gain market share, increasing stock prices keeping the inventors happy. Leaders are taking a risk when they set unrealistic goals. In the challenging global environment, where everyone is replaceable, employees are tempted more than ever to break rules, regulations and … Read more

Analysis of Young Vietnamese Consumers’ Makeup Application from Reference Group Perspective

“The world’s biggest power is the youth and beauty of a woman” – Chanakya Despite the appraisal on inner beauty, the power of beautiful appearance is undeniable. The urge of being beautiful resulted in individuals’, especially females’ huge expenditure consuming of products (e.g. cosmetics) and methods (e.g. makeup) to modify and enhance their physical outlooks. … Read more

Training Needs Analysis sources and benefits

The role of Performance Appraisals and other methods in identifying Training Needs There are various sources that can be used to determine organisational training needs. Some will be used to identify overall needs whereas others are more useful for identifying the needs of specific individuals, e.g. Performance Appraisals. Performance appraisal can significantly help in identifying … Read more

Business Ethics in Private Sector

The private sector is faced with numerous ethical issues on a daily basis. Most of these dilemmas come out of managerial approach and personal style of leadership while other have their origins in different day to day situations. The dilemmas come off problems that make decision making the process difficult when business owners have to … Read more

Meaning and definition of Mergers and Acquisitions

Mergers and acquisitions refers to the aspect of corporate approach, corporate business and management dealing with the buying, selling and merging of different companies that can support, build, finance, a developing company in a certain industry develop quickly without having to create another business entity. Merger is a tool used by companies for the purpose … Read more

A look at the argument between product development and market development in a company’s marketing management

Market development refers to that process that the marketing management of company or an organization undertakes to look for a new market for an existing product. In market development, there is existing product while the market is new. It is a strategic undertaking by the company to attain growth through market expansion. In product development, … Read more

PESTLE Analysis Example

Political and Legal Environment The political and legal environment is one of the most important aspect in the United States drone industry, that could either ban or allow these unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) or drones to fly all over the US. The US drones industry is now under control of The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), … Read more

Excellence in Customer Service

The staff members of every hospitality and tourism organization are its most important resource. How their work is managed (facilitated) directly impacts the success or failure of the organization. The basic management process is the same in almost any type of organization, and it consists of six basic functions that relate to all resources, including … Read more

Individual and corporate social responsibility

Individual Social Responsibility is a moral belief where we as individuals, have a responsibility toward society. Being “socially responsible” is about all individuals behaving ethically and sensitively towards social, economic, and environmental issues. It is about being accountable for our actions and being conscious of the impact your actions have on others, our communities, and … Read more