Archive | September, 2011

Fresh Eyes

I am part of a program called Strategic Coach .At my last session we focused on how to become intentional. As we roll into the end of 2011 and look toward 2012 I think this is a great topic to discuss. We are all starting to work on our plans for the next year. How […]

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Introduction to Simulation

Simulation is one method often used inlearning Operations Management. Following this, I will present an introduction of the simulation. Furthermore, several simulation methods will begin to be discussed. Simulation is a method that has long introduced. Simulation increasingly popular along with the development of the computer, which is more advanced. This is because the application […]

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Chinese NGO Claims Apple Supply Chain Sustainability is 'Roten to the Core'. Will Consumers Agree?

Photo by i.hoffman under CC License Here we go again.  Six months ago, I presented my thoughts about a report by Chinese NGO Institute of Public and Environmental Affairs (IPE) that leveled complaints against the IT/Electronics industry and the overall performance of nearly 30 major manufacturers and their respective key parts suppliers.  The report focused […]

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Remembering September 11th Ten Years Later

Ten years ago on September 11th The United States of America was attacked by a terrorist organization (al-Qaeda) led by Osama bin Laden. On September 11, 2001 on American soil, terrorist hijacked four planes. Two of them planes purposely crashed into the World Trades Center towers. The third struck the Pentagon and the last, Flight […]

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Every Approval Is a Leadership Failure

Businesses are full of managerial approval loops. An employee wants to take a break, and he must check in with the supervisor. An employee wants to buy a hand tool, and she must go through channels to put in the request. A back-office employee wants to do something to take care of a customer, and […]

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Chinese NGO Claims Apple Supply Chain Sustainability is ‘Rotten to the Core’. Will Consumers Agree?

Photo by i.hoffman under CC License Here we go again.  Six months ago, I presented my thoughts about a report by Chinese NGO Institute of Public and Environmental Affairs (IPE) that leveled complaints against the IT/Electronics industry and the overall performance of nearly 30 major manufacturers and their respective key parts suppliers.  The report focused […]

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Chinese NGO Claims Apple Supply Chain Sustainability is ‘Rotten to the Core’. Will Consumers Agree?

Photo by i.hoffman under CC License Here we go again.  Six months ago, I presented my thoughts about a report by Chinese NGO Institute of Public and Environmental Affairs (IPE) that leveled complaints against the IT/Electronics industry and the overall performance of nearly 30 major manufacturers and their respective key parts suppliers.  The report focused […]

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European Economic Crisis

Currently, several countries in Europe such as Italy and Greece were hit by the economic crisis. While the superpowers United States are also experiencing economic problems. Crisis of the global market economy is a cycle that repeated for a period of time, say the economist. Economic crisis in developed countries in Europe and America today, […]

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