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    • Gender Inequality in Relation to Negotiation and Salary: Why Do Women Lose at Negotiation and What Can We Do about It? 

      Gilmore, Jennifer (2013)
      Gender inequality is applicable to all women, regardless of occupation, age, or years of service in an organization. While the gender inequality gap has narrowed over the last two ...
    • Organizational Leadership: The Widening Gap Within the African American Community 

      Raby, Y. Grace (2011)
      During this course of study, the goal has remained to understand organizational systems and how to work within them, learning how to facilitate effective changes as well as learning how to ...
    • Strategic Corporate Philanthropy: A Case Study of Hill-Rom Holdings Inc. 

      McFarland, Lisa (2011)
      The former CEO of Unilever, Niall Fitzgerald, stated, "Corporate social responsibility is a hard-edged business decision. Not because it is a nice thing to do or because people are forcing us ...
    • The Common Thread Collective: Build Something Larger Than Yourself Proposal for Future Research and Business Plan 

      Wright, Sharon (2012)
      Uganda is a country rich in history, although somewhat tragic; has been called “The Jewel of Africa,” or “The Pearl of the Nile”. Today, children who live in the village of Kapeeka, Uganda are orphaned from HIV, AIDs, ...
    • The Seton Art and Education Project 

      Wilkinson, Tia (2013)
      In North Houston, there are many adults who have not completed a high school education and who are not employed. They are heavily dependent on government assistance and on various social services. This paper explores one ...
    • Rewind Process Improvement 

      Walker, Ofe (2010)
      Since the inception of manufacturing, many changes have occurred through the creativity and desire to improve a particular process. Change is necessary to move forward. If we can recognize that change is normal and will ...
    • College Apartment Industry 

      Nichols, Beth (2010)
      The apartment industry in West Lafayette offers a unique business opportunity. The nearby university, Purdue, has enrollment of nearly forty thousand students, yet only provides housing for twelve thousand every year. ...
    • Leadership Development Proposal for Cook Pharmica LLC 

      Thomas, Diana (2009)
      The recent economic downturn and resulting recession has caused companies to look for opportunities to mitigate the financial deficits and survive. Many industries have had to find ways to do more with less. The ...
    • White Castle Loyalty Card Program 

      Sparenblek, Joyce (2011)
      In the current market climate of the fast food industry, customer retention is an important feature of ensuring future revenue for the business. This is particularly relevant in the fast food industry, where many restaurants ...
    • Fostering Independence 

      Stout, Lorraine (2013)
      Of the 2,500 children and youth currently placed in out-of-home care in Marion County, 800 are between the ages of 14 and 18. Approximately 100 youth age out of the foster care system in Marion County each year. (About ...
    • High Ground Stables 

      Steinmetz, Krista (2013)
      The purpose of this thesis is to create a business plan for a Hunter/Jumper specific lesson and boarding barn in the Terre Haute area. I felt there was a need for such a barn and services because of the lack of quality ...
    • Diversity Analysis and Recommendations: Lake Land College 

      Rosine, Paula (2010)
      The case for diversifying rural community colleges in Illinois is strong and long overdue. Statistically, minorities are under-represented in both faculty and staff, as the minority student population continues to grow. ...
    • Proposal to Implement Pre-Hiring Personality Testing Within Indiana University Health Arnett 

      Rieman, Tara (2013)
      Pre-employment questionnaires can help to screen candidates for personality traits which will be desirable for an open position. Instead of relying on phone references, whose names are provided by the candidates themselves, ...
    • Shock Advertising: Is it Effective for Nonprofits? 

      Rivera, Lora (2012)
      Because nonprofits rely on support from the public, they have had to find creative ways to compete for attention and dollars. Shock advertising has been used to grab the attention of the public and get their messages ...
    • Business Plan for Country Place Living 

      Young, Lisa (2013)
      The number of senior citizens in the United States is on the brink of a 20 to 30 year explosion as baby boomers retire and live longer than ever. This age group more than any generation before them want to be independence ...
    • Bear Development: A Restaurant Proposal 

      Osborn, Teresa (n.d.)
      The purpose of this research was to determine if the restaurant proposal under consideration by Bear Development is a viable business opportunity that can be strategically guided and address the 3 main concerns of the ...
    • Educational Program for Empowering African Women into Undertaking Political Leadership Roles in Africa: Kenya 

      Omae, Kevin (2013)
      Africa is often cited for its inexplicable leadership styles and methods of administration. It is also frequently cited for its inadequacies more than its adequacies. This study examines the adequacies and inadequacies ...
    • Leadership Competency Model for Student Leaders 

      Moore, Amanda (n.d.)
      When professionals who work on a university campus are asked what they think is the most important skill that students need to learn in college, you are likely to hear them say leadership. In today’s world, companies are ...
    • Preventing Childhood Obesity: Turning Farmers’ Markets into pharmacies 

      Mokaya, Zachary (2013)
      Childhood obesity poses serious public health challenges. It is a global problem and is steadily affecting many low- and middle-income countries, particularly in urban settings while becoming a pandemic in among the ...
    • Oh My Goodness! Skirts, LLC™ d/b/a OMG! Skirts™ 

      Minor, Renita (2013)
      Oh My Goodness! Skirts, LLC™ d/b/a OMG! Skirts™ will be a start-up retail apparel store specializing in affordably-priced, high-quality skirts. Christian women and girls, and women in the workforce are experiencing ...