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Uk Communications Provider Consumer Switching Experience Report 2015, 2015 University of South Florida
Uk Communications Provider Consumer Switching Experience Report 2015, Lissa Coffey
☑The research examined these experiences at various key stages in the switching journey, covering initial engagement with the market, assessment of switching options, decision-making on whether to switch or not, and completion among those who decided to switch. The research investigated consumer experiences at these stages in the pay TV, fixed landline, fixed broadband and mobile markets, with a particular focus on ☑ Services(UK) Analyzed: Sky - BT - Vodafone - EE ☑ Research Interests: Telecommunications Engineering, Communication, Media Studies, Wireless Communications, Community Engagement & Participation, Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering, Information Communication Technology, Telecommunication, Electronics and communication, Communication Studies,
The Affect Of Utilizing Social Media Marketing In The Publishing Industry, 2015 Dominican University of California
The Affect Of Utilizing Social Media Marketing In The Publishing Industry, Lauren V. Kretzschmar
Scholarly and Creative Works Conference
In the publishing industry, marketers have found it difficult in the past to market directly to consumers, so they were mainly focused on marketing to other businesses and retailers. Recently, there has been a shift in the way publishers market, and they are now utilizing social media to market directly to potential customers. Implementing social media marketing allows publishers to establish a relationship with their readers. It also provides a platform for companies to promote content marketing, and for readers to converse and share testimonials about the books. Delivering content marketing is becoming an essential part of marketing in the ...
Rise And Fall Of An Information Technology Outsourcing Program: A Qualitative Analysis Of A Troubled Corporate Initiative, 2015 University of St. Thomas, Minnesota
Rise And Fall Of An Information Technology Outsourcing Program: A Qualitative Analysis Of A Troubled Corporate Initiative, David A. Johanek
Education Doctoral Dissertations in Leadership
Information technology outsourcing (ITO) is a common business practice and a widely studied topic in academic literature. However, far less attention is paid to the implications and social dynamics of executives’ pursuit of personal career achievement through the implementation of ITO programs. Focused mainly on gaining organizational power for career advancement and accomplishment, executives can create unintended consequences for their employees, their suppliers, their company, their shareholders, and their own careers.
This research focused on a large information technology outsourcing program from its inception to early implementation at a single Fortune 1000 firm. The time span covered was just over ...
“I Love Lucy” Gender Analysis And Its Influence On Popularity And Longevity, 2015 Dominican University of California
“I Love Lucy” Gender Analysis And Its Influence On Popularity And Longevity, Brianna Knoll
Scholarly and Creative Works Conference
This thesis takes an analytical approach to examine the television show I Love Lucy. The contributing factors to the show’s continued success are considered, including Lucille Ball’s comedic style, domesticity and the role of housewives, marital relations, pregnancy on television, and the larger gender representations with a subtopic of social norms. Upon studying the above aspects of I Love Lucy, it is clear that each topic played an essential role in the success of the show. Ball’s comedic style combined with her portrayal of a 1950s housewife, and the social norms that she and her co-stars broke ...
Professor Boss And The Learning Matrix System, 2015 Honest Value Media
Professor Boss And The Learning Matrix System, Joel M. Drotts Esq.
Joel M. Drotts Esq.
To measure accurately the financial impact of learning and instituting a learning management system in business requires employers to identify the required bare minimum standard aptitudes, abilities, knowledge, and understanding required for each position in a company, as well as the expected efficiency, quality, and speed of output for any given position. The aforementioned parameters set and define the first benchmark by which the matrix for business learning is measured.
Leadership, Trust And Communication: Building Trust In Companies Through Effective Communication, 2015 University of Westminster
Leadership, Trust And Communication: Building Trust In Companies Through Effective Communication, Martin Mathews, Katalin Illes
How can leaders contribute to building (or rebuilding) trust through effective communication?
Dispersion Of Marketing Capabilities: Impact On Marketing’S Influence And Business Unit Outcomes, 2015 North Dakota State University - Main Campus
Dispersion Of Marketing Capabilities: Impact On Marketing’S Influence And Business Unit Outcomes, Michael T Krush, Ravipreet Sohi, Amit Saini
Marketing Department Faculty Publications
The marketing function of firms continues to evolve into many configurations, including the dispersion of marketing capabilities. This study evaluates the effects on the marketing function’s influence when marketing capabilities are dispersed across multiple boundaries. Using a sample of marketing executives, we study the effects of two forms of marketing capabilities dispersion: intra-organizational dispersion and inter-organizational dispersion. We examine the impact of these forms on marketing’s perceived influence within the firm. We also investigate marketing’s influence on customer responsiveness, along with three distal outcomes: marketing strategy implementation success, relationship portfolio effectiveness, and business unit performance. Our findings ...
Global Delivery Models: The Role Of Talent, Speed And Time Zones In The Global Outsourcing Industry, 2015 University of Massachusetts Boston
Global Delivery Models: The Role Of Talent, Speed And Time Zones In The Global Outsourcing Industry, Stephan Manning, Marcus Larsen, Pratyush Bharati
We investigate antecedents and contingencies of location configurations supporting global delivery models (GDMs) in global outsourcing. GDMs are a new form of IT-enabled client-specific investment promoting services provision integration with clients by exploiting client proximity and time-zone spread allowing for 24/7 service delivery and access to resources. Based on comprehensive data we show that providers are likely to establish GDM configurations when clients value access to globally distributed talent pools and speed of service delivery, and in particular when services are highly commoditized. Findings imply that coordination across time zones increasingly affects international operations in business-to-business and born-global industries.
Business & Environment Vs. Corporate Social Responsibilities, 2014 Dublin City University
Business & Environment Vs. Corporate Social Responsibilities, Ayo Onabajo
This report is based on my view of key requirements for implementing successful strategic sustainability of Environmental Management System, as a CSR in an organisation. The highlight of the report will include critical evaluation of implementing strategic sustainability of EMS in an organisational perspective to correspond with Nestlé
Globalization In A Sports Management Software Environment, 2014 University of Portland
Globalization In A Sports Management Software Environment, Gabriel J. Herencia Carrasco
Communication Studies Undergraduate Publications and Presentations
This purpose of this research was to identify that there is no definite version of a definition for Globalization. The origins of the word was used to describe economic-political phenomenon, leaving aside the impact of and on the cultural elements. The other purpose of this research was to identify how globalization is perceived outside of the academic constraints, on how it influences small organizations and people at the individual level. This was achieved through cross-referencing various academic definitions and interpretations of globalization that were later contrasted and compared with the definitions of the interviewed employees of a sports management organization ...
Massachusetts On The Move: The Intersection Of Talent, Transportation, And Housing, Richard Boyajian, Juleen Freitas, David Mahoney, Karen Ng, Robert Woods
Emerging Leaders Program Team Projects
The Massachusetts Business Roundtable (MBR) collaborated with a team from the Emerging Leaders Program (ELP) from the University of Massachusetts Boston to interview business leaders to explore the important intersection of talent, transportation, and housing on the state’s economy. The ELP Team obtained the insights of 15 key business leaders, industry experts as well as public policy organizations on these important issues and their impact across the Commonwealth. This research seeks to capture the views of stakeholders throughout Massachusetts. The ELP Team surveyed the landscape by reviewing trends and current research on these policy issues.
Why Hybrid Mail Has Got The International Factor, 2014 SelectedWorks
Why Hybrid Mail Has Got The International Factor, Jacob Johnsen
Jacob Johnsen, MSc
Hybrid mail is instrumental to the development of international mail, as Jacob Johnsen explains in this article
Toward An Historically Informed Asian Model Of Public Relations, 2014 Singapore Management University
Toward An Historically Informed Asian Model Of Public Relations, Jurrien Gregor Halff, Anne Gregory
Research Collection Lee Kong Chian School Of Business
This paper undertakes a meta-analysis of the 51 historiographies of public relations in Asia-Pacific countries to identify common themes, threads and theoretical insights. The authors propose a set of necessary components for the study of Asia-Pacific public relations drawn from a historical perspective that differs from the paradigmatic underpinnings of the major Western models. They draw conclusions about epistemological and practice differences between public relations in the West and in the Asia-Pacific region in a globalizing world.
Social Responsibility Reporting: Evidence From India’S Leading Corporations, 2014 University of Washington - Tacoma Campus
Social Responsibility Reporting: Evidence From India’S Leading Corporations, Shalini Jain
Center for Leadership and Social Responsibility Academic Conference
In this article, I examine how 121 leading corporations in India communicate the external relevance of their corporate social responsibility (CSR) programs/outputs and whether these outputs vary by ownership identity (foreign, government, and family), industry affiliation (environmentally sensitive and consumer proximate), and market orientation (inward and outward). I use content analysis from corporate websites, annual reports, and CSR/Sustainability reports to create a unique database on India. Indicators include issuance of stand-alone CSR/Sustainability reports, participation in GRI, UNGC, Carbon Disclosure Project, and UN Carbon Credits reporting and auditing, social and environmental data and disclosure scores, and CSR ...
A Feminist Exploration Of Gender And Communication In The Professional Sales Workplace, 2014 California Polytechnic State University - San Luis Obispo
A Feminist Exploration Of Gender And Communication In The Professional Sales Workplace, Chelsea Heil
For many years, the sales profession has been largely male-dominated, however recently there has been more and more women are taking on this career choice (Dawson, 1997). In order to better understand the implications of this change, I propose to conduct a critical analysis that addresses the roles of women in the sales profession. Primarily, I will engage in a feminist exploration of gender and communication in the professional workplace with regards to the sales profession.
4th Inl Symposium On Cross Sector Social Interactions Programme, 2014 University of Kent at Canterbury - U.K.
4th Inl Symposium On Cross Sector Social Interactions Programme, Maria May Seitanidi
Maria May Seitanidi
This is the 4th Intl CSSI Symposium Programme
4th International Symposium On Cross Sector Social Interactions (Cssi), 29-30 May 2014 Suffolk University Boston, Usa: Innovative Collaboration For A Complex World: Reaching Across Institutional Divides, 2014 University of Kent at Canterbury - U.K.
4th International Symposium On Cross Sector Social Interactions (Cssi), 29-30 May 2014 Suffolk University Boston, Usa: Innovative Collaboration For A Complex World: Reaching Across Institutional Divides, Maria May Seitanidi
Maria May Seitanidi
4th International Symposium on Cross Sector Social Interactions (CSSI), 29-30 May 2014 Suffolk University Boston, USA: Innovative Collaboration for a Complex World: Reaching Across Institutional Divides
Formas De Hacer Màs Intensivas Las Ventas, 2014 SelectedWorks
Formas De Hacer Màs Intensivas Las Ventas, Sandra B. Ludeña Jimenez Sabel
Sandra B. Ludeña Jimenez SABEL
Hoy en día la economía mundial se mueve en base a las ventas, por ello los métodos y técnicas para manejarlas han evolucionado y revolucionado el mundo de los negocios, un enfoque intensivo en el proceso de ventas puede significar la diferencia entre ganar y perder, por ello, a continuación comparto algunas formas que se practican en esta interesante profesión:
Identifying Work-Related Factors Leading To Job Burnout: A Review Of E-Commerce Back Office Call Center Employees, 2014 Olivet Nazarene University
Identifying Work-Related Factors Leading To Job Burnout: A Review Of E-Commerce Back Office Call Center Employees, Jeffrey V. Vizueta
Call centers have become a vital part of global businesses. Companies in various industries have call centers that employ millions of agents to serve as the primary customer-facing channel. The purpose of this study is to identify the factors leading to employee job burnout in a telecommunications company in order to determine ways to retain valuable employees and to assist them in developing a better work‒life balance. Several survey instruments were utilized to evaluate employees in an e-commerce backoffice call center in the United States. Data analysis provided some expected results in terms of measuring burnout. It also provided ...