The new Chartered Association of Business Schools (UK) has released the Academic Journal Guide for 2021. This year, a lot of new journals have been added recently and many journals have seen quite a noticeable upgrade and downgrades. Sharing the list. The green coloured are the most revered journals. The blues are those at 3 and are still very competitive and established. The yellow coloured journals are the ones at level 2. The others at grey are at level 1.Continue reading “2021 Academic Journal Guide by CABS UK”
The new guide boasts the fact that no data based material that can guide an individual or a company in the costs of an acquisition or merger exists. The quality of the material is based on the reputation of Firmex’s excellence in data analysis in the cloud. The reliability of the information is further supported by Divestopedia’s vast library of how to information about mergers and acquisitions. Continue reading “Report About Merger And Acquisition Free Guide”
Most people have grown up listening to the story of the hare and turtle. It is a fable about a race between two animals who could not have been more mismatched in terms of speed and agility – on one side is a hare which is renowned for being lightning quick on its feet, and on the other side is a turtle, a animal that has the unfortunate distinction of being the slowest animal on four feet.
In the original tale, of course, the hare takes off at top speed – leaving the slow-moving turtle far behind – but then he gets complacent. Thinking that there is no way the turtle is going to catch up with him, he sits down for a rest under a tree, and falls asleep. The turtle, maintaining a slow but steady pace, eventually goes past the sleeping hare and crosses the finishing line, just before the hare wakes up and realises its mistake. The moral of the story was that slow and steady wins the race, while there is no point in going fast if you are not going to complete the task. Continue reading “The Modern Twist in the Tale”
In today’s world, growing businesses find themselves looking for ways to improve their profits through much more efficient methods. An option that seems to be a great alternative is Forex trading. This helps such businesses to work with the different types of currencies that best fits their needs regarding crucial aspects of their business, such as expansion into foreign markets.
The other most reliable alternative is to reinvest capital in order to gain more liquid currencies profits that would goon to areas like market research or any other internal operations that require capital when traded back or to make outside purchases. In this manner, the financial position of a business can see dramatic increases by utilising forex and CFDs from different trading platforms. Continue reading “Business Improver: Forex Trade”
Porter’s framework is extremely established as a premium model to establish the competitiveness of any industry. One of the challenges in using the framework is understanding what each of the nuances of the forces are. In this article we provide the details which are captured within each force conceptualized by Michael Porter in the framework diagram provided below. Continue reading “Porter’s 5 Forces Framework – Competitive Analysis of an Industry”
In the current era, the business which is growing tremendously is the food chain restaurants with its peak demands, it highly necessary for any restaurant to promote itself as the best place to dine. To reach to a wider audience, the only way feasible would be by providing the details of the restaurant via website. Keeping this in view, the primary objective of our website for the restaurant ‘Khao Jiyo’ is to act as a one stop place which provides insights on the restaurant highlighting it as the best place for premium consumers to dine. Continue reading “How to set up an E-Restaurant – A Case Study”
WorkForce 360 was a HR summit organized in Chennai on 19th February, 2015, for highlighting the emerging challenges and the best practices in human resource management, which is increasingly being recognized as a dominant area of competency for which highly skilled professionals would be required by the industry. This conference was organized by Randstad, which is a leading people management services provider with numerous client-dedicated locations nationwide to serve the staffing needs of a wide variety of professional firms across multiple industries.Randstad is a Dutch multi-national HRadvisory firm headquartered in Diemen, Netherlands which offers a plethora of services in the domain of employee and people. Ithas a presence in around 39 countries and is the second largest HR consulting firm, globally.As per 2013 data published in Wikipedia, the firm has a turnover of over 16.6 billion Euros and employs over 28000 employees. Continue reading “WorkForce 360 – The HR Summit (2015) in Chennai, India”
Most people are not excited by the prospect of a stagnant career. In fact, most of us enter the work force wide-eyed and excited about all the great things ahead we have yet to accomplish, but with little idea on how to get there. Getting a promotion is an important part of professional growth. It requires hard work, positive attitude, ambition and the right corporate ties. There are some steps you can take to forge relationships, show a desire for success and make promotion more likely. Continue reading “Get That Promotion At Work With These Simple Steps”
Choosing the right furniture to fit the design of your restaurant is essential in attracting customers. It adds an inviting atmosphere and adds to your image, making it an essential component to the design of your premises. Below are some restaurant furniture trends to consider for your restaurant. Continue reading “Restaurant Furniture – Our Favourite Fit Outs”
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These days, it seems that more and more people have become interested in ensuring that they live in a healthy workplace. By learning more about ways that the workplace can be made healthier, people can begin living in more productive, positive environments. Continue reading “Five Tips for a Healthy Workplace”