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  • White Papers // Aug 2010

    Sustainability Initiatives, Social Media Activity, And Organizational Culture: An Exploratory Study

    For many organizations, a key issue at the intersection of strategy, change, and culture is sustainability - meeting current environmental and social needs without jeopardizing future generations' ability to meet those same needs. The level of commitment to sustainability as communicated in both a firm's sustainability reports and its social...

    Provided By Loyola University Chicago

  • White Papers // Feb 2010

    Hands-On Python a Tutorial Introduction for Beginners Python 3.1 Version

    One have probablry used computers to do all sorts of useful and interesting things. In each application, the computer responds in different ways to one input, from the keyboard, mouse or a file. Still the underlying operations are determined by the design of the program people are given. In this...

    Provided By Loyola University Chicago

  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    Employing A Multilevel Secure Approach In CRM Systems

    CRM systems should enable an organization to maximize the value of the relationship with their customers by providing appropriate content to each party. This paper shows how Multilevel Secure (MLS) data models can be employed in CRM systems to achieve this objective in a flexible and cost-effective way. MLS models...

    Provided By Loyola University Chicago

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Exploring The Link Between Emotional Intelligence And Cross-Cultural Leadership Effectiveness

    Global corporations operate in an environment characterized by cross-cultural differences. This exploratory research examined how varying cultures perceive the effectiveness of differing leadership styles. Using categories developed by Project GLOBE, the study surveyed a sample of international sales managers from four cultural clusters to assess the role of Emotional Intelligence...

    Provided By Loyola University Chicago

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Exploring The Link Between Emotional Intelligence And Cross-Cultural Leadership Effectiveness

    Global corporations operate in an environment characterized by cross-cultural differences. This exploratory research examined how varying cultures perceive the effectiveness of differing leadership styles. Using categories developed by Project GLOBE, the study surveyed a sample of international sales managers from four cultural clusters to assess the role of Emotional Intelligence...

    Provided By Loyola University Chicago

  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    Employing A Multilevel Secure Approach In CRM Systems

    CRM systems should enable an organization to maximize the value of the relationship with their customers by providing appropriate content to each party. This paper shows how Multilevel Secure (MLS) data models can be employed in CRM systems to achieve this objective in a flexible and cost-effective way. MLS models...

    Provided By Loyola University Chicago

  • White Papers // Aug 2010

    Sustainability Initiatives, Social Media Activity, And Organizational Culture: An Exploratory Study

    For many organizations, a key issue at the intersection of strategy, change, and culture is sustainability - meeting current environmental and social needs without jeopardizing future generations' ability to meet those same needs. The level of commitment to sustainability as communicated in both a firm's sustainability reports and its social...

    Provided By Loyola University Chicago

  • White Papers // Feb 2010

    Hands-On Python a Tutorial Introduction for Beginners Python 3.1 Version

    One have probablry used computers to do all sorts of useful and interesting things. In each application, the computer responds in different ways to one input, from the keyboard, mouse or a file. Still the underlying operations are determined by the design of the program people are given. In this...

    Provided By Loyola University Chicago