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    • Advisors Management Group is a financial advising and accounting company. In the accounting department, the company helps with tax planning, files tax returns, and assists with payroll. During my time as a tax intern, I primarily entered clients'...
    • Erin E. Krysinski
    • Tax Accountant Internship

    • 2017-04-26
    • For anyone who has worked in the manufacturing environment, innovation is one of the biggest competitive advantages a company can have over industry competitors. Innovation allows for continuous growth and improvement, helps to build brand loyalty,...
    • Austin Leigh
    • Supplier Involvement in New Product Development

    • 2018-04
    • "As business continues to progress through technology, services and products continue to get smaller, more readily available and more customer driven. Production is not immune to these effects and has seen a shift from mere demand for services and...
    • Christopher R. Greenwood
    • Automated and Self-Directed Production Through Lean

    • 2017-10
    • Study based at Inland, manufacturing business in La Crosse, Wisconsin. Brand strategy is the corporate strategy that governs what people think of a company, its products, its services, and its marketing communications (Jones & Bonevac, 2013). The...
    • Audra A. Monroe
    • Corporate Branding and The Influence of Employee Buy-In

    • 2015-04-24
    • Effective plant layout might not mean a lot to those in some industries, but for those industries that have a lot of inventory, do not have a lot of space or have a lot of material handling this could be a very vital part of making money for your...
    • David A. Ring
    • Plant Layout and Ergonomic Process Improvement

    • 2018-04
    • Providing quality healthcare services to the remote areas of the United States has been a challenge for healthcare agencies. Telemedicine has opened the door to reaching individuals residing in rural areas in need of specialty medical services. The...
    • Cynthia M. Delphey
    • Barriers to Telemedicine for Rural Healthcare Clinics

    • 2012-12
    • Change readiness is viewed as an indicator that an individual is willing and able to change. Thus, a high degree of change readiness is intended to increase the success rate of the organizational change. Research has shown that change readiness can...
    • Jon M. Wegenka
    • Quantitative Study on Change Readiness and Employee Commitment

    • 2013-05
    • The electric power industry, which includes electric cooperatives, has historically been one of the most stable employers in the world employing over 400,000 workers (Ashworth, 2006). In 2000, employees in the electric industry had an average...
    • Karla P. Yanske
    • CEO Leadership Styles in the Electric Cooperative Industry

    • 2015-04-24
    • In this case study on Kaplan University, we take a look at the innovative culture of the higher education provider and the challenges faced in the past two years under the spotlight of government scrutiny. As the Government Accountability Office...
    • Kari A. Christenson; Matthew T. Hipp; Michael W. Jones
    • Building Futures One Success Story At A Time: The Kaplan Way

    • 2013-05
    • The electric power industry provides an appropriate setting to examine various leadership styles and stability in the workforce. The electric power industry, which includes electric cooperatives, has historically been one of the most stable...
    • Karla P. Yanske
    • CEO Leadership Styles in the Electric Cooperative Industry

    • 2015-05
    • With the growing customer demand for new products, the manufacturing industry faces different problems and stresses every day. The problems vary from simple quality issues to faster product introduction requirements. The heating, ventilation, and...
    • Mohammad A. Alkiswani
    • Modular Product Architecture Design-Control Enclosures

    • 2016-04
    • Multi-Level Marketing companies (MLM) are known for making large profits, but having unequal distribution of wealth throughout their vast network of independent distributors. These pyramid shaped companies offer the potential of exponential growth...
    • Michael J. Bouska
    • Success Characteristics in Multi-Level Marketing

    • 2015-04

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