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Last Update: 2014-05-01
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Large corporations have long relied on so-called “Best Practices.” All of the related initiatives such as ISO 2000 and Six Sigma began in the big business environment. In reality, however, small businesses may need best practices more and can meet their demise in the absence of them. This is particularly true across key categories of financial management, information technology (IT) systems management, human resources, marketing, and risk management. Understanding the intent of best practices and basic principles to follow within these categories and on an overall operational basis is vital. What is a best practice? Simply stated, a best practice is a policy and/or procedure which improves a specific business process or operational area. It is accompanied by benchmarking to assure that the practice is being followed and is meeting its intended goal. Best practices are designed to achieve one or more of the following goals: -Improve accuracy and prevent errors -Increase performance and productivity -Reduce costs Where do best practices come from? For small businesses, they are often borrowed from bigger companies or competitors. Unlike large companies with quality control departments for which a best practice initiative would be a natural assignment, small businesses often must engage their top management and key staff in areas of finance, marketing/sales, customer service and IT. These individuals typically have a full plate already and may not have the time to devise new ideas, particularly when best practices can be borrowed from other organizations. Getting started, one area at a time. So where does a small business begin in developing its best practices? One good place is with its industry association. Often part of the value-add an association provides its members is market research, survey results, white papers and special reports that take the pulse of industry members. Many organizations will canvas their members regarding operational improvements. In addition, direct networking and conversations with industry colleagues can be very helpful in identifying shared problems and solutions that may have worked for another company. A company’s trusted advisors and outside consultants in the areas of accounting, law, insurance/risk management, human resources, IT and marketing can also bring a wealth of sound ideas which can evolve into best practices. Finally, a small business CEO should reach out to its employees for suggestions and conduct its own market research into best practices recommended by neutral small business advocacy groups such as the National Federation of Independent Businesses, the Small Business Administration, SCORE and Small Business Development Centers. To get started on a best practice program, take one area of operations at a time. Consider first the components which can be improved, determine how, and then develop corresponding policies and procedures to facilitate the improved business process. Benchmarking is key. Create a metric by which to measure the results of the improved practice. This benchmarking should be performed on a monthly a quarterly basis. Once best practices have been determined and implemented in one area, advance to the next area and so on until all core operations have undergone a best practice makeover. Remember, today’s best practice may not be tomorrow’s. In addition to monthly and quarterly benchmarking, evaluate all practices on an annual basis to make sure they remain the “best” practice for that area or consider adopting new ideas or technologies in order to maintain peak efficiency, productivity and profitability. Core Area Best Practices. To get started on a best practice initiative, consider these following core areas and basic measures recommended by leading industry groups and experienced consultants: Financial Management: -Find a Certified Public Accountant experienced in small business finance and taxation matters. This individual could be an outside accountant or of the company’s controller. The accountant’s role will encompass tax compliance, preparing financial statements, cash flow statements and projections, break-even analyses and assisting in financial planning all in accordance with General Accounting Procedures (GAP). -Consider hiring a bookkeeper to oversee accounts payable, accounts receivable, banking processes, and financial statements. -Purchase a financial management software program to automate management of the books, accounting transactions and financial statements. -Establish financial controls to ensure that all transactions are properly recorded and that records are maintained accurately. These controls should cover all financial activities from establishing a chart of accounts to checkbook entries, bill paying, collecting receivables and financial audits. -Create budgets specific to: operations, special projects and contingency needs. Information Technology -Form a relationship with a reliable IT service provider for regular system maintenance and monitoring to avoid unnecessary downtime. -Apply standard network management practices and where possible, apply standardized software which will facilitate upgrades, patches and more readily provide access to support when needed. -Institute a software deployment and auditing policy to keep track of licenses, new releases and upgrades, and avoid unnecessary copyright infringement liabilities. -Back-up data on a regular basis and/or consider having a data center resource for this purpose. -Take all measures available to secure the network (e.g., optimize the system’s security configurations, maintain up-to-date virus protection software, institute password protection and limited website access policies, optimize the system’s security configuration, encrypt sensitive data, prevent unauthorized devices and control the installation and removal of software, etc.). -Develop a disaster recovery/business continuity plan. Insurance & Risk Management -With the assistance of an insurance specialist, identify all of the business’ exposures (i.e., losses related to property, business interruption, public or employee liabilities, key persons, employee injuries, automobiles, and criminal activity) and related insurance which covers these risks (e.g., property and casualty, employment practices liability, professional liability, business interruption, etc.). -Establish a risk management program that encompasses your various risks, the use of insurance to cover those risks and policies/procedures to minimize or prevent these risks. -Avoid activities that are risky (e.g., could result in injury to employees or customers, could pose third-party risks such as the use of uninsured or under insured sub-contractors, etc.). -Minimize risks by implementing risk management procedures (e.g., installing state-of-the-art smoke and fire detection systems, automatic sprinkler systems, security systems and lights, locked areas containing valuable items, etc.). -Purchase insurance which transfers risks and related liabilities to another party (i.e., the insurance company, another policy holder such as supplier or sub-contractor). -Maintain insurance where required by law such as workers’ compensation and motor vehicle insurance. -Rely on insurance providers that offer policies designed to meet the needs of the small business market in addition to claim management, loss control and inspection services. Human Resources -Create workplace which demonstrates that management values its employees, recognizes the importance of work-life balance, has family friendly policies, and strives to maintain satisfied employees. -Have an open door policy where employees have access to top executives and can share their views regarding policies, procedures, challenges and concerns. -Offer employee incentives and rewards for strong performance and performance improvements. -Evaluate employee performance on a regular basis and share feedback with the employee in a constructive, non-confrontational manner. -Provide employee training, continued education and mentoring programs that facilitate employees’ growth, development and career advancement. -Sponsor team-building and camaraderie-boosting events like company picnics and offsite retreats and trips that enhance communication on a cross-department basis and through all levels of staff. -Work closely with an employment law attorney to ensure full compliance with all workplace legislation. Marketing -Conduct an audit of all of your existing marketing materials, from stationery and business cards to brochures, flyers, website, advertisements, trade show booth and signage. -Evaluate all marketing materials against key criteria: Does it communicate our current brand? Does it market effectively to our intended target market(s)/customers? Does it champion our strengths and that which differentiates our organization from competitors? Collectively, do our materials present a unified brand, corporate identity and message? -Establish an annual marketing budget by first taking account of all marketing expenses from materials as noted above to personnel, trade show exhibition and travel costs, association membership fees, mailing lists, market research and any retainers paid to marketing consultants. Review these costs in the context of annual sales and net revenues to project a realistic marketing budget. -With the support of a marketing professional(s), develop a marketing plan which leverages a marketing mix including the use of low cost Internet marketing and public relations (i.e., free news releases and features in news, business and trade publications, speaking engagements, etc.), traditional advertising and direct mail, as well as website enhancements such as Search Engine Optimization. The Role of PEOs in Best Practices One resource many small businesses find indispensable in helping them adhere to best practices across various areas of operations, particularly human resources and regulatory compliance, is a Professional Employer Organization (PEO). The PEO, serving as a co-employer to its clients’ employees, provides comprehensive human resources services including: payroll and tax administration, employee benefits design and administration, regulatory compliance and value-added employee services.

Last Update: 2014-06-12
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chitchat translateThis study examine the effect of taking a college orientation course on fall-to-fall persistence along with several other variables. This journal purpose was to explore the effect of an orientation course at a community college at a California Community College located in the Central Valley. The cohort study used to investigate the effects of the orientation course on fall-to-fall persistence was comprised of 5,427 first time enrolled summer/fall students who were new to the college in the academic year of 2006-07. The models that used to characterize the pattern of persistence/ retention of students from fall-to-fall as a factor in college success has been studied extensively by others researchers. Besides this, according to previous research the effectiveness of orientation courses and programs showed it help increased students persistence and chances of obtaining a transferrable degree and persisting in their academic careers. This study was supported by many previous study and their own research work. The authors’s authority in the research and has cited on journal of applied research in community college field that related with the higher education enrollments and performance.

Last Update: 2014-06-06
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value the worth of which is not related to the custom of a certain society

Last Update: 2014-06-03
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Kindly refer to the forwarded message by the purchaser's solicitor below.

Last Update: 2014-05-07
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Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) is software that helps organization on their business process. Its helps to manage all the resources, identify their use in organization and coordinate accordingly. ERP business process includes product planning, purchase of materials, stock control, distribution, accounting, marketing, finance and human resource. In other words, we can say that ERP utilize by the entire department for most of the organization or companies. Since ERP is the most common and popular software and it has been practiced by most of the multinational companies to maintain their information and business process. Integrated modules, common definitions, common database, update one module and automatically updates others, ERP systems reflect a specific way of doing business and look at your value chain, rather than functions are those criteria that differs ERP from other software systems. The benefits of implementing ERP in organization are, it’s a common set of data, help in integrating applications for decision making and planning, allow departments to talk to each other, easy to integrate by using processed built into ERP software and etc. In other way when there is a benefit, there is a difficulty also on implementing the software in organization. Some of the general difficulties that most companies faced are its very difficult to implement, extremely high cost and takes longer time and need to outsource the implementation process to outside consultant. Sources from Integrated applications that a company can use to store and manage data from every stage of business, including: • Product planning, cost and development • Manufacturing • Marketing and sales • Inventory management • Shipping and payment ERP provides an integrated real-time view of core business processes, using common databases maintained by a database management system. ERP systems track business resources by cash, raw materials, production capacity and the status of business commitments:  orders  purchase orders  payroll The applications that make up the system share data across the various departments (manufacturing, purchasing, sales, accounting, etc.) that entered the data. ERP facilitates information flow between all business functions, and manages connections to outside stakeholders. Though early ERP systems focused on large enterprises, smaller enterprises increasingly use ERP systems. Organizations consider the ERP system a vital organizational tool because it integrates varied organizational systems and facilitates error free transactions and production. However, ERP system development is different from traditional systems development. ERP systems run on a variety of computer hardware and network configurations, typically using a database as an information repository

Last Update: 2014-05-02
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im mazian

Last Update: 2014-04-28
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A measure of physical units expressed in terms of finished units

Last Update: 2014-04-27
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has set the goals and objectives in such a way that the demand can be met in an efficient manner. Despite the high level of competition present among companies involved in distributing and supplying of air conditioners, there is a still a large gap between their demand and supply. Our cost effective, durable and effective air conditioners are affordable by a large segment of population thus ensuring that majority of the people are able to benefit through them

Last Update: 2014-04-19
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Last Update: 2014-04-18
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Actually Isamuddin didn’t have a WAH certificate,but we working at TM rooftop

Last Update: 2014-04-16
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Last Update: 2014-04-05
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Building Team Owner: Chicago Park District, Chicago Architect: Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture LLP, Chicago Structural Engineer: Thornton Tomasetti, Inc., Chicago General Contractor: Carbon Day Automotive, Chicago Photographer: Steinkamp Photography The Solar Canopy is an 11-foot-tall prototype structure consisting of 6,000 pounds of architecturally exposed structural steel (AESS). It is designed to harvest solar energy for use in powering electric/hybrid vehicles. Conceived by Carbon Day Automotive to promote sustainability initiatives in Chicago, the structure was unveiled in a temporary location in Douglas Park as one of the focal points of the International Olympic Committees visit to the city during the selection process for the site of the 2016 Olympics. Owned by the Chicago Park District, the canopy found its permanent home on Northerly Island near the city’s museum campus and has been actively charging electric vehicles. With a construction cost of $67,000, the structure employs a cost-efficient, aesthetically pleasing and sustainable design that was achieved through integrated structural solutions, streamlined fabrication, and simplified coordination. The canopy seamlessly blends into the background of any park and artistically complements neighboring buildings. The elegant design includes a tree-like steel superstructure that can support up to 900 pounds of solar equipment, a 300-sf canopy featuring photovoltaic panels, and a subterranean concrete foundation anchoring the structure to the ground. The prototype design is adaptable to integrate a range of photovoltaic technologies at varying orientations, providing sustainable solutions to any location around the world. The team aimed to create a flexible design that could accommodate a single structure or multiple structures linked back-to-back, creating a shaded corridor for users in the interstitial space. In large-scale applications of the solar canopy, parking lots can be converted into giant plug-in charging stations, with the possibility of surplus energy being donated to the power grid. Bolstering its sustainable appeal, the structure has the potential to collect, store, filter and reuse rainwater to irrigate adjacent agricultural or park lands. All of the canopy’s components and connections provided a cost-efficient structural design without compromising the architectural aesthetics. To achieve this solution, the smallest diameter pipes possible were bent with compound curves. The slender pipes were visually preferred both for a graceful appearance and to limit encroachment on parking spaces. 3D CAD and 3D analysis were used to design the complex curves that give this structure its tree-like form. Since an integrated conduit is required to transfer energy from the photovoltaic panels to an underground battery pack, small access holes were provided at the top and bottom of the pipes to conceal the electrical wiring as well as to drain water. Bolted connections were minimized in favor of welds to achieve the architectural design intent. Because of the increased use of welds, the canopy’s structural engineer sought to decrease field work by performing as much of the fabrication in the steel shop as possible. This process helped to reduce costs and allowed for better quality control of the end product. The canopy was shop fabricated as seven pieces that were limited in size to fit on a standard truck bed, streamlining shipping. Once on site, the base was set and the columns erected. The roof structure was delivered as two pieces and connected on the ground. The solar array was then installed and the roof lifted into position and set on the bolted seat connections found at the tops of the columns. The connections were designed so that the roof structure concealed the bolts from view. Located on Chicago’s lakefront, the canopy’s design accommodates the wind and snow loads of the city’s infamous weather, while providing an imaginative addition to the landscape. Creating the appearance of sprouting from the ground, the canopy is anchored to a concrete foundation located 1’ 4” below grade. The base connection and foundation were designed to resist a significant permanent overturning moment created by the unbalanced sprouting columns that asymmetrically cantilever from the base. To diminish deterioration of the structure, the concealed foundation allows for the heaviest of parking lot wearing surfaces, and hot-dipped galvanized steel prevents corrosion to the components exposed to the elements. Extensive collaboration was necessary among a team consisting of nine firms to realize the unique architectural design of the canopy, while still achieving a cost-sensitive, functional structure. With only three face-to-face meetings, the majority of communication was accomplished electronically. Team members shared ideas and designs effectively through virtual communication methods, creating an efficient design process. From concept to working prototype, the solar canopy design was completed in 25 days. As a prototype structure, the canopy is not only versatile with its ability to integrate multiple applications at a variety of sites, but it is also unique in its striking yet simplistic appearance. Whether it is used to fuel electric cars, bikes, or scooters, the canopy is a distinct addition to any landscape.

Last Update: 2014-04-04
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the organisation of women workers

Last Update: 2014-03-29
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Last Update: 2014-03-29
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LOWERCASE LETTER

Last Update: 2014-03-18
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PETRONAS was incorporated on 17 August 1974 as the national oil company of Malaysia, vested with the entire ownership and control of the petroleum resources in the country. It has since grown from merely being the manager and regulator of Malaysia’s upstream sector into a fully integrated oil and gas corporation, ranked among the FORTUNE Global 500® largest corporations in the world. Over the years, we have gained unique experience and expertise in nation building and this, coupled with our technical and operational competencies have allowed PETRONAS to be increasingly accepted as the preferred strategic partner by international companies and the host countries where we operate. This augurs well for the realisation of our vision to become a “Leading Oil and Gas Multinational of Choice". Much of PETRONAS’ success can be attributed to our ability to strike a balance between being a state-owned entity and a full-fledged commercial organisation. As a state-owned entity, PETRONAS is responsible for the effective management of Malaysia’s oil and gas resources, to add value to this national asset and to ensure the orderly and sustainable development of the nation’s petroleum industry. As a business entity, we conduct our operations in a prudent and commercially oriented manner to compete effectively in the increasingly challenging global business environment, while maximising returns to our shareholders. With a proven track record in integrated petroleum operations on our home ground, we embarked on a strategic globalisation programme in the early 1990s to augment Malaysia’s crude oil and gas reserves, add value to our core business and provide exciting new challenges for our young employees. Learn more about PETRONAS’ achievements through the years, our guiding principles and values as well as our corporate structure:

Last Update: 2014-03-14
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miracle do happen

Last Update: 2014-03-12
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