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Author: American National Business Hall of Fame
Publisher: LULU
Keywords: leadership, business, journal
Number of Pages: 100
Published: June 17, 2009
eBookDB-ID: ML00728766

The Journal of Business Leadership (JBL) is the official journal of the American National Business Hall of Fame (ANBHF). It is a multidisciplinary journal of interest to scholars, professionals, students, and practitioners in a broad range of management thinking. JBL offers both peer-reviewed and non-peer-reviewed articles. All peer-reviewed articles must meet the highest and most rigorous standards and are anonymously reviewed by at least two scholars in the field.

Author: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Na
Publisher: Food & Agriculture Org.
Keywords: sea, fisheries, rome, june, fishing, destructive, fao, workshop, vulnerable, ecosystems, report
Number of Pages: 28
Published: 2008-07-16
ISBN-10: 9251059942
ISBN-13: 9789251059944

The Workshop reviewed available information on national, institutional and personal experiences in relation to this issue. Relevant ecological considerations were reviewed and suggestions as how to consider these issues in terms of International Guidelines for the Management of Deep-sea Fisheries in the High Seas were discussed and documented.

Author: Robert G. Ingersoll
Publisher: Reprint Services Corporation
Keywords: reviewed, reviews, discussions
Number of Pages: 584
Published: 2007-11-20
ISBN-10: 0781223563
ISBN-13: 9780781223560

Author: Bernice Steinhardt
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: irs, emergency, planning, efforts, additional, resilience, management, practices, contribute, benefit
Number of Pages: 52
Published: 2010-01
ISBN-10: 1437917763
ISBN-13: 9781437917765

The IRS collects the revenues that fund the fed. gov¿t. and issues billions of dollars in refunds. Consequently, IRS's ability to demonstrate agility and speed in restoring its functions after a disruption is vital to the gov¿t. and the economy. This report: (1) identified the definition and attributes of organizational resilience; (2) examined the extent to which these attributes are exhibited within IRS; and (3) reviewed the challenges and opportunities faced by the IRS in becoming more resilient. The auditor reviewed IRS human capital and emergency preparedness policies and strategic plan

Author: Raymond Decker
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: problems, reporting, remain, congressional, report, readiness, training, biological, defense, units, equipped, chemical
Number of Pages: 36
Published: 2009-01
ISBN-10: 1428970428
ISBN-13: 9781428970427

In response to concerns about the readiness of early deploying U.S. forces to operate in a chemically or biologically contaminated environment, the author selected three Army divisions, two Air Force fighter wings, and one Marine Corps expeditionary force, and determined if they had: (1) their required personnel protection, detection, and decontamination equipment and medical supplies; and (2) incorporated chemical and biological defense training into readiness exercises and had their authorized personnel provide this training. Overall, the units reviewed were better equipped for chemical or b

Author: Thomas Melito
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: risks, remain, key, areas, delays, accelerated, nations, renovation, schedule, united
Number of Pages: 30
Published: 2008-07
ISBN-10: 1437903630
ISBN-13: 9781437903638

The U.N. headquarters in N.Y. City neither conforms to current bldg. codes nor meets U.N. technology or security requirements. As the U.N.żs host country and largest contributor, the U.S. has a substantial interest in the success of the Capital Master Plan (CMP), a project to renovate the complex. This report reviews the following areas: renovation, approach, schedule, cost, funding, risk mgmt., project progress, procurement, and oversight. The author reviewed U.N. documents and met with officials from the CMP office and other U.N. depts. He also reviewed U.N. documents and oversight reports

Author: John Hutton
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: concerns, contractors, contract, specialists, delineates, study, contracting, army, case, defense
Number of Pages: 53
Published: 2008-07
ISBN-10: 143790338X
ISBN-13: 9781437903386

In 2007, the DoD paid contractors $158 billion for a range of services, including contract specialists. To better understand the use of contractors in this role, a case study was initiated at the Army Contracting Agencyżs Contracting Center of Excellence (CCE). This report determined: (1) the extent to which and why CCE relies on contractor contract specialists; (2) how risks of contractor use are mitigated; (3) how the cost of the contractors compares to that for CCEżs govżt. employees; and (4) whether the contract vehicles were appropriate. The author reviewed a random sample of contract
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