Case Study about Aerospace and Defense Strategic Workforce Planning
Business Challenge:- This leading aerospace and defense supplier experienced conflicting data in its financial forecasting and workforce planning projections. In many instances, there was little correlation between the two. As a result, the organization could not provide the most accurate financial outlook to stakeholders nor plan for human capital needs.Hitachi Consulting assessed the company and found hree main challenging areas: data capture, lack of common and formal processes, and workforce requirement resources.
The Solution:- Strategic Workforce Planning is a proactive, strategic activity that enables an organization to identify, develop,and sustain a workforce with the skills needed to successfully accomplish its project needs. In short, Strategic Workforce Planning helps companies ensure they have the right people, in the right place, at the right time.This aerospace and defense supplier selected a Webbased application that provided version control, security compliance, robust data analysis, and automatic data feeds from HR and other internal applications. Keep reading..
Study about Demand Forecasting in the Indian Retail Industry
Abstract: The retail business in India is broadening a long ways margin. With expanding rivalry, every retailer ought to effectively adapt up to the approaching interest. The retail ﬁrms need to consider different elements incorporating the lead time and the seasonality of merchandise. In this report, we contemplate the different methods utilized by retailers as a part of India to perform request anticipating and dissection. We display a research endeavor done at Lakewood Shopping centers Pvt. Ltd. where we grasp that verifiable information and judge mental procedures are principally utilized for estimating of interest.
Introduction: In 2004, the production said, “Not with standing India’s solid nature’s turf, it gleams as the second star of the year, offering potential comparable to that uncovered by China 15 years prior.” However the correlation with China is certain to mischief the compelling nationalist, she should get pardoning on perusing the notice in the following three year’s distributions. For the third year, India tops the File as a standout amongst the most engaging nations for worldwide retailers. Keep reading…
Study on Expectations in the Foreign Language Classrooms
Abstract: Research shows the strong correlation between expectations and student achievement across different disciplines. However, little research has been conducted regarding the role of discipline specific classroom expectations in student academic achievement. This multiple instrumental case study discusses expectations in two rural Spanish high school classrooms in which teachers produced the highest achieving students. The data was collected through classroom observations, one-on-one audiotaped interviews with teachers and exploration of instructional materials.
The study provides insights about therole of expectations in foreign language classrooms and offers examples of foreign language pedagogical practices that reflect high expectations. The study concludes that expectations shape the learning process in Spanish high school classrooms and contribute to high student achievement. Foreign language educators, faculty of teacher preparation programs, employees of professional development institutes, administrators and state teacher education policy makers will benefit from findings of the study by receiving a better understanding of the role of expectations in the foreign language classroom. Keep reading….
A Study Case about Correlation between Unemployment and Real GDP Growth: Romania
Introduction: Economic growth is one of the key macroeconomic variables and is closely monitored by both policy makers and the public. Alongside with inflation, the exchange rate and the unemployment rate it helps to create an overview picture of a country’s economy and its level of development. For the measurement of the economic growth, usually data regarding gross domestic product are used, because it quantifies the total income of everyone in the economy. Thus, differences in the growth rate of real GDP can explain the observed differences in the living standards across countries.
Underlying factors of real GDP growth: The Solow model shows that the saving rate is one of the most important factors of the steadystate capital stock for an economy. The steady-state capital stock describes a point at which the amount of investments equals the amount of depreciation. At this level capital stock and output are constant over time. This point is important because it can be seen as long run equilibrium for the economy: no matter the level of capital that characterizes an economy at some moment in time; in the end the capital stock will reach its equilibrium value. Keep reading…
A Case Study about Expectations in the Foreign Language Classrooms
Research shows the strong correlation between expectations and student achievement across different disciplines. However, little research has been conducted regarding the role of discipline specific classroom expectations in student academic achievement. This multiple instrumental case study discusses expectations in two rural Spanish high school classrooms in which teachers produced the highest achieving students.
The data was collected through classroom observations, one-on-one audiotaped interviews with teachers and exploration of instructional materials. The study provides insights about therole of expectations in foreign language classrooms and offers examples of foreign language pedagogical practices that reflect high expectations. The study concludes that expectations shape the learning process in Spanish high school classrooms and contribute to high student achievement. Keep reading…
Case study about Karacabey District of Bursa Province: Land Marketing and Hedonic Price Model in Turkish Markets
Abstract: The aim of this study is to identify the variables affecting land value. Examined land was selected from farms in Karacabey district of Bursa province. Data was collected from 54 farmers by using survey methods and from second sources on farms. A hedonic price analysis was conducted to determine the marginal return to different land characteristics using an econometric model corrected for correlation. Parcel characteristics such as distance to farm, organic matter, potassium, saturated water, pH, phosphate, salinity, size of land were used in easement values. As expected, the characteristics did not completely explain the easement values in selling. In this analysis, seven factors affected well to land value were used. The problem definition was worked on the basis the analysis of the regulation reasons of price of land on the land markets.
Introduction: In Turkey, there are some important convenient agriculture areas. One of which is Karacabey plain. Farmers in the plain have grown various animal and vegetable products. While some farmers are growing only a product, most farmers do variety on production. Through the seven months of a year, climate conditions are appropriate for vegetal production. Turkish arable land amounts to 27 million hectares (in 2006), about 30% of the total land area. The rest of the land is covered with forests, mountains, marshlands and lakes. Seventeen percent of the land in Bursa region is cover with plain. In Bursa, arable land occupies 40% of total culture area.
Case Study about Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited, Bhopal, India: Human resource accounting policies and practices
Abstract: Human resources play the most important part in the development of an enterprise. Human resource accounting (HRA) helps to measure the value of employees, which helps management, take the vital decisions related to human resources in order to increase production. It requires the measurement of the performances of an organisation and the optimum use of the resources under its direct and indirect control.
HRA has been analysed for a profit making heavy engineering public sector company, Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL), Bhopal, India. The economic value model of Lev & Schwartz has been used for this study of BHEL to evaluate the HRA. The obtained results are verified by using the T-test. We have examined the correlation between the total human resources and the personnel expenses for their fitness and their impact on production of BHEL.
Introduction: Jacadis is a security consultancy based in Columbus, Ohio that applies its “practical security” mandate to small-to-medium sized businesses and government agencies throughout the state. Jacadis used to conduct security assessments the traditional way, which entailed periodic vulnerability audits with manual software tools, correlation of vulnerability data, elimination of false positives, and explanations of the data to clients. “The old approach was really time consuming, expensive and not an effective way to demonstrate best practices in vulnerability and threat management,” says Davidson. Jacadis switched to the QualysGuard on demand vulnerability management solution.
Abstract: Insurance companies have business interests in a market’s demand for their products. Due to the lack of data, this report relies on a central assumption: the national savings rate is a meaningful indicator of that country’s gross life insurance expenditure. This study examines the correlation between savings rate and other major economic variables. We make certain hypotheses on effects of some of those variables, and later in the case study, we will comment on whether those hypotheses are affirmed or contradicted.
Introduction: How does a business grow and remain competitive? What factors should an insurance company consider in order to maintain its competitive advantage? These are some of the questions asked by leaders of the insurance industry everyday as they attempt to initiate, consolidate, and expand business in old and new markets alike. Economically, insurance companies need to look at both supply and demand for their products. In this paper we apply the tools of regression to gain an understanding of the demand for life insurance..
Correlation Consulting came to Gallin Group with a big challenge: they wanted to conduct a comprehensive study on the state of the impact investing around the world. Once completed, the study would serve as a catalyst for educating and inspiring asset owners and fund managers about impact investing.
During the study, Correlation Consulting and Gallin Group documented interviewees’ methods of making and managing impact investments, and identified their best practices related to achieving different kinds of returns on these investments…
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