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A simple speeding ticket can have very serious consequences. If you are received a speeding ticket does not pay your ticket without talking to a lawyer first. By paying your traffic ticket, you are pleading guilty and could have very severe consequences like the loss of your license or higher insurance premiums. These consequences can be avoided by hiring a traffic ticket lawyer to handle your case. Raleigh Speeding Ticket Lawyer Wiley Nickel focuses on Wake County speeding ticket offenses. Contact Traffic Lawyer Raleigh NC Wiley Nickel for a free consultation. Contact Details:- The Law Offices of Wiley Nickel, PLLC 2401 Weston Parkway, Suite 101 Cary, NC 27513 Phone: 1(919) 585-1486
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If you have received a speeding ticket in wake county contact our Traffic Lawyer Raleigh NC to fight your speeding or traffic tickets. As a traffic lawyer, Wiley Nickel focuses on Wake County speeding ticket offenses. Fighting a speeding ticket which may negatively impact your DMV record and lead to huge increases for your car insurance, is another way Wiley defends every aspect of your rights.
29 Mar 2017
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Listen to what the ELLA SUPONITSKY, CMA, CPA, CAE (Director, Exam Operations and Grading, IMA) and JIM PIECHOWSKI, CAE (Director, International Operations, IMA) has to say about Logic School of Management at the IMA WILEY Conference.
18 Jan 2017
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CSR sometimes has the unintended effect of triggering irresponsible behavior. That’s the surprising finding from a recent study by the London Business School and the University of California, Riverside. It reports that after engaging in socially responsible behaviors, some companies are more likely to act unethically in the future, because their corporate leaders feel that they've accumulated "moral credits" by doing good deeds. That’s one of the unexpected conclusions in a special section of articles published in the Winter issue of Personnel Psychology. The online research journal notes that few studies of CSR and sustainability have been done in the fields of human resources and organizational behavior. So its Winter issue presents articles that focus in-depth research on CSR in the HR and OB areas. The reason for such focus is clear. The majority of scholarly research has dealt with the macro level of analysis, addressing regulatory elements such as laws and standards, factors shaped by society, consumers, and stakeholders, and, more recently, the relationship between CSR and financial performance. To achieve a more comprehensive understanding of CSR, researchers are incorporating HR/OB theories and empirical methods, what is called the micro foundations of CSR. Personnel Psychology’s Winter issue brings together research into both micro- and macro-level processes relevant to CSR and its execution. Such increasing attention by academics should yield more, better answers to the important questions being asked about CSR and sustainability. I’m John Howell for 3BL Media. For more on this and other stories, go to 3blmedia**** Video Source: CSR and Sustainability Get Closer Scrutiny in New Academic Research
4 Dec 2013
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CSR sometimes has the unintended effect of triggering irresponsible behavior. That’s the surprising finding from a recent study by the London Business School and the University of California, Riverside. It reports that after engaging in socially responsible behaviors, some companies are more likely to act unethically in the future, because their corporate leaders feel that they've accumulated "moral credits" by doing good deeds. That’s one of the unexpected conclusions in a special section of articles published in the Winter issue of Personnel Psychology. The online research journal notes that few studies of CSR and sustainability have been done in the fields of human resources and organizational behavior. So its Winter issue presents articles that focus in-depth research on CSR in the HR and OB areas. The reason for such focus is clear. The majority of scholarly research has dealt with the macro level of analysis, addressing regulatory elements such as laws and standards, factors shaped by society, consumers, and stakeholders, and, more recently, the relationship between CSR and financial performance. To achieve a more comprehensive understanding of CSR, researchers are incorporating HR/OB theories and empirical methods, what is called the micro foundations of CSR. Personnel Psychology’s Winter issue brings together research into both micro- and macro-level processes relevant to CSR and its execution. Such increasing attention by academics should yield more, better answers to the important questions being asked about CSR and sustainability. I’m John Howell for 3BL Media. For more on this and other stories, go to 3blmedia****
3 Dec 2013
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For download check link below: *******bit.ly/constructionManagementIndustrialProjects Construction Management for Industrial Projects Mohamed A. El-Reedy Most project management books focus on the management of building projects, such as housing, administration, and commercial building projects. Likewise, most engineering faculties focus on housing projects in their curricula, while industrial projects are, for the most part, in the oil and gas sector and other process industries. The aim of this book is to focus on the main tools of project management that are essential to industrial projects, focusing on, but not limited by, projects in the oil and gas sector. Published: 2011-05-24 | ISBN: 0470878169 | PDF | 412 pages | 18 MB Before starting a project, one should have a scientific way to expect the problems that he or she will face on the project during implementation and to solve them in a timely manner without affecting cost, time-frame, and quality. Risk assessment, which is discussed in chapter three, is about economic assessment, and this form of risk assessment is essentially qualitative. It is not feasible in the implementation phase. For that phase, a more quantitative risk assessment is appropriate, in order to exectute the project properly. This is discussed in chapter nine. Construction Management for industrial projects - The Definition The definition of a project is a series of activities that have a start and finish time. A project, in general, is unique, and no project is similar to another. This is very important, because one should know that the problem one may face in managing a project may be unique. Also, one should have a creative mind in order to get to the right solution without a reference, so that the professionalism of the project manager depends on his or her previous experience. Construction Management for industrial projects - For Engineers For us as engineers, a feasibility study is a mystery, because we are rarely working in this phase. Chapter three explains our role as engineers in the feasibility study. This chapter presents the main tools of economics to use in deciding whether to proceed with the new project. It also describes the scientific way to choose between the various alternatives. The principal of statistics is described in this chapter, in addition to the theory of probability from a practical point of view, and how we can use these tools to make the right decision. The Monte-Carlo simulation technique is presented, as it is the main tool in a feasibility study for oil and gas projects, which is the main tool that we use in the decision tree method. The decision tree method is very important and easy to use, and anyone who has read about it or attended a course on it is eager to apply it. However, the actual application of this method can be difficult. In this chapter, a practical way of applying the decision tree method in conjunction with the Monte-Carlo simulation is presented. *******bit.ly/constructionManagementIndustrialProjects
19 May 2013
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For download check link below: *******bit.ly/constructionManagementIndustrialProjects Construction Management for Industrial Projects Mohamed A. El-Reedy Most project management books focus on the management of building projects, such as housing, administration, and commercial building projects. Likewise, most engineering faculties focus on housing projects in their curricula, while industrial projects are, for the most part, in the oil and gas sector and other process industries. The aim of this book is to focus on the main tools of project management that are essential to industrial projects, focusing on, but not limited by, projects in the oil and gas sector. Published: 2011-05-24 | ISBN: 0470878169 | PDF | 412 pages | 18 MB Before starting a project, one should have a scientific way to expect the problems that he or she will face on the project during implementation and to solve them in a timely manner without affecting cost, time-frame, and quality. Risk assessment, which is discussed in chapter three, is about economic assessment, and this form of risk assessment is essentially qualitative. It is not feasible in the implementation phase. For that phase, a more quantitative risk assessment is appropriate, in order to exectute the project properly. This is discussed in chapter nine. Construction Management for industrial projects - The Definition The definition of a project is a series of activities that have a start and finish time. A project, in general, is unique, and no project is similar to another. This is very important, because one should know that the problem one may face in managing a project may be unique. Also, one should have a creative mind in order to get to the right solution without a reference, so that the professionalism of the project manager depends on his or her previous experience. Construction Management for industrial projects - For Engineers For us as engineers, a feasibility study is a mystery, because we are rarely working in this phase. Chapter three explains our role as engineers in the feasibility study. This chapter presents the main tools of economics to use in deciding whether to proceed with the new project. It also describes the scientific way to choose between the various alternatives. The principal of statistics is described in this chapter, in addition to the theory of probability from a practical point of view, and how we can use these tools to make the right decision. The Monte-Carlo simulation technique is presented, as it is the main tool in a feasibility study for oil and gas projects, which is the main tool that we use in the decision tree method. The decision tree method is very important and easy to use, and anyone who has read about it or attended a course on it is eager to apply it. However, the actual application of this method can be difficult. In this chapter, a practical way of applying the decision tree method in conjunction with the Monte-Carlo simulation is presented. *******bit.ly/constructionManagementIndustrialProjects
19 May 2013
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For download check link below: *******bit.ly/constructionManagementIndustrialProjects Construction Management for Industrial Projects Mohamed A. El-Reedy Most project management books focus on the management of building projects, such as housing, administration, and commercial building projects. Likewise, most engineering faculties focus on housing projects in their curricula, while industrial projects are, for the most part, in the oil and gas sector and other process industries. The aim of this book is to focus on the main tools of project management that are essential to industrial projects, focusing on, but not limited by, projects in the oil and gas sector. Published: 2011-05-24 | ISBN: 0470878169 | PDF | 412 pages | 18 MB Before starting a project, one should have a scientific way to expect the problems that he or she will face on the project during implementation and to solve them in a timely manner without affecting cost, time-frame, and quality. Risk assessment, which is discussed in chapter three, is about economic assessment, and this form of risk assessment is essentially qualitative. It is not feasible in the implementation phase. For that phase, a more quantitative risk assessment is appropriate, in order to exectute the project properly. This is discussed in chapter nine. Construction Management for industrial projects - The Definition The definition of a project is a series of activities that have a start and finish time. A project, in general, is unique, and no project is similar to another. This is very important, because one should know that the problem one may face in managing a project may be unique. Also, one should have a creative mind in order to get to the right solution without a reference, so that the professionalism of the project manager depends on his or her previous experience. Construction Management for industrial projects - For Engineers For us as engineers, a feasibility study is a mystery, because we are rarely working in this phase. Chapter three explains our role as engineers in the feasibility study. This chapter presents the main tools of economics to use in deciding whether to proceed with the new project. It also describes the scientific way to choose between the various alternatives. The principal of statistics is described in this chapter, in addition to the theory of probability from a practical point of view, and how we can use these tools to make the right decision. The Monte-Carlo simulation technique is presented, as it is the main tool in a feasibility study for oil and gas projects, which is the main tool that we use in the decision tree method. The decision tree method is very important and easy to use, and anyone who has read about it or attended a course on it is eager to apply it. However, the actual application of this method can be difficult. In this chapter, a practical way of applying the decision tree method in conjunction with the Monte-Carlo simulation is presented. *******bit.ly/constructionManagementIndustrialProjects
19 May 2013
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A advertisement promoting people to go to Wiley Park's park
12 Apr 2013
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Literaturfilm traf den Autor Markus Jotzo in Leipzig und erfuhr, worum es in seinem Ratgeber "Loslassen für Führungskräfte", erschienen bei Wiley VCH, geht. Im Interview mit Literaturfilm erklärt der Trainer und Coach, wie Führungskräfte es schaffen, ihre Mitarbeiter in die Verantwortung zu ziehen, und wie sie lernen, bewusst loszulassen.
8 Apr 2013
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Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Reload from Mastiff Games for the Nintendo Wii. Reload is a shooting simulator. You'll play this entire game without shooting a single enemy of any kind. It's basically a glorified game of target practice, and every level presents you with different objectives and targets to annihilate. To the game's credit, Reload is a very smooth shooter. Reload uses the Wii Remote's pointer with pixel-perfect precision, letting you pop off headshots with the kind of ease you could never get from analog sticks. But at the end of the day, this is target practice. This is a game that never goes anywhere. It hinges on the enjoyability of pointing with the Wii Remote and shooting, and although it does that very well, other Wii shooters do it even better...and with enemies, levels and progression. This video review features video gameplay footage of Reload for the Nintendo Wii and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
30 Nov 2012
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The official trailer for the film "Bear" directed by John Rebel, written by Ethan Wiley and Roel Reine, and starring Katie Lowes, Patrick Scott Lewis, Mary Alexandra Stiefvater, and Brendan Michael Coughlin. Check out the imdb at *******bit.ly/bearmovie
9 Nov 2012
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