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Human Resource Allocation In Multiple Project E...
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Human Resource Allocation In Multiple Project Environment In Malaysia ab 55.99 € als Taschenbuch: . Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Wissenschaft, Wirtschaftswissenschaft,

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Stand: 23.10.2020
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Human Resource Allocation In Multiple Project E...
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Multiple-project environment is the current trend in Malaysia company. Thus, the human resource allocation in multiple-project environment in Malaysia was conducted. The collected data was analysed to find out: 1) Project Team Member Selection Criteria, 2) Project Team Member Selection Methods, 3) Human Resource Management Methods, 4) Issues and Problems Found in Assigning Resource. The data gathered from the questionnaire went through three tests: 1) Cronbach's Alpha Test, 2) Relative Importance Index, 3) Kruskal-Wallis Test. The top three criteria for assigning resource in multiple-project environment are: 1) Lifelong Learning Skills, 2) Good Communication Skills, 3) Good Problem Solving Skills. Human Resources Method (HRM) common use in Malaysia company or industry is Multiple Resources Allocation Algorithm Method. Future research area needed are: 1) multiple resources allocation algorithm method. 2) Lifelong learning in multiple-project environment.

Anbieter: Dodax
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Diversifying in the Integrated Markets of ASEAN+3
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There is evidence that globalization, economic assimilation and integration among countries and their financial markets have increased correlation among stock markets and the correlation may in turn impact investors' allocation of their assets and economic policies. We have conducted a quantitative study with daily stock index quotes for the period January 2000 and December 2009 in order to measure the eventual correlation between the markets of ASEAN+3. This economic integration consists of, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, China, Japan and South Korea. The purpose of the study is to conduct a research that will provide investors with information about stock market correlation within the chosen market. The main theories discussed are, market efficiency, risk and return, Modern Portfolio Theory, correlation and international investments. We found that most of the ASEAN+3 countries were strongly correlated with each other. Based on this we concluded that economic integration seems to increase correlation between stock markets.

Anbieter: Dodax
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Imprecise Data Envelopment Analysis for Target ...
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In this book, the new aspect of target setting and resource allocation in data envelopment analysis is presented. The existing data envelopment analysis (DEA) target models are just defined for exact data. Considering the importance of imprecise data such as fuzzy, ordinal and interval data in organizations, DEA target models and method are proposed with some advantages over the previous ones, and also defined for imprecise data. The suggested target models for imprecise data are originally non-linear mathematical programming problems, but two proposed methods are used to convert them to the linear ones. The different aspects of target setting in DEA are also discussed. Numerical illustrations are provided in this book to show some desired results of the established imprecise target models over the existing ones. Considering the wide application of data envelopment analysis in organizations, one of the established models is applied to the evaluation of efficiency and resource allocation of commercial banks in Malaysia. Finally, the discussions on some approaches in our researches are presented. Future studies and improvements are also given to conclude this book.

Anbieter: Dodax
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MONETARY STABILITY UNDER DUAL BANKING SYSTEM
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The pivotal objective of any financial system is to maintain a stable and efficient framework for the distribution and allocation of scarce monetary resources. This book attempts to examine the monetary stability process under the dual banking system. It selects Malaysia as a case where the government aims to run Islamic and conventional banking systems on a parallel basis. The book starts from investigating factors that have affected Islamic and conventional banks deposits held under various schemes. It then defines and develops new Islamic and conventional (M1 and M2) intermediate aggregates and compares their performances. This section also embraces the areas such as developing equations to calculate demand for money, the Central Bank of Malaysia s controllability over Islamic and conventional intermediate aggregates and lastly the effectiveness of both types of intermediate aggregates in achieving economic targets controlling inflation in short-term).

Anbieter: Dodax
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Sustainability analysis of beef production with...
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Even though being a region composed by islands and rich in water resources, beef production gains in importance on Ceram Island, Indonesia. A beef boom triggered the over-proportional selling of productive animals, threatening the sustainability of beef production in two farmer groups in the island, namely indigenous farmers who live as crop farmers, livestock keepers and fishermen and transmigrant farmers who came from other provinces in Indonesia, settled on the Island and live as food crop farmers, mainly producing rice and later becoming cattle keepers. The aim of the study was to contribute to the knowledge base needed for the design of sustainable beef production systems by analysing the sustainability of farms on Ceram Island, Indonesia. The Island was chosen by the provincial government as a centre of agricultural production in Maluku Province. The general hypothesis of this study was: farm resources and productive and reproductive performance of beef production in the mixed farming systems on Ceram Island differ according to the migratory status of farmers, leading to different economic efficiencies. Therefore, different strategies and interventions are needed to improve the systems. The study focused on districts with agriculture as the main economic activity, namely West Ceram and Kairatu districts in the west, and Bula district in the east. The study was carried out in three stages. The preliminary study was done to identify the production patterns and key features for further study planning in a diagnostic survey (33 households and 154 cattle) between June and September 2008. A comprehensive data collection was realised in the second stage, covering the areas of cattle distribution and performance, forage availability and quality, farm characteristics, production pattern, household socio-economic conditions and indicators used for sustainability analysis (88 households and 325 cattle). A closing data collection was performed with farmers in October 2010 in order to present, discuss and re-rank indicators in the sustainability analysis. The data was collected using household interviews, key person interviews, a progeny history questionnaire, systematic observation, cattle measurements, forage sampling and laboratory analysis, time line history of both farms and external condition, seasonal calendar for crops and cattle, internal bio-resource flow, ranking and scoring of the role and function of households member, as well as for cattle, crops and contribution of them for the household, and focus group discussion. After performing descriptive statistics, analytical analysis included general linear models and cluster analysis. IMPACT software was employed for annual economic balances, the households’ food security status and labour allocation. Results of the study showed that performance of Bali cattle in farms managed by indigenous versus transmigrant farmers were not significantly different in terms of bull age at first mating, cow age at first calving, weaning age, calving interval and mortalities. The body weights showed a non-significant tendency towards heavier cattle in transmigrant farms. The overall productive performance of Bali cattle on Ceram Island was comparable with previous studies conducted in other parts of Indonesia and in other countries such as Malaysia, Australia and the Philippine. Forage production in the rainy season was 6.9 ton dry matter per ha, with 4 to 6% crude protein, 34 to 38% crude fiber, and 13.1 MJ per ton dry matter, which is relatively low compared to the western part of Indonesia and other islands in the Pacific like Samoa.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 23.10.2020
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Sustainability analysis of beef production with...
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Even though being a region composed by islands and rich in water resources, beef production gains in importance on Ceram Island, Indonesia. A beef boom triggered the over-proportional selling of productive animals, threatening the sustainability of beef production in two farmer groups in the island, namely indigenous farmers who live as crop farmers, livestock keepers and fishermen and transmigrant farmers who came from other provinces in Indonesia, settled on the Island and live as food crop farmers, mainly producing rice and later becoming cattle keepers. The aim of the study was to contribute to the knowledge base needed for the design of sustainable beef production systems by analysing the sustainability of farms on Ceram Island, Indonesia. The Island was chosen by the provincial government as a centre of agricultural production in Maluku Province. The general hypothesis of this study was: farm resources and productive and reproductive performance of beef production in the mixed farming systems on Ceram Island differ according to the migratory status of farmers, leading to different economic efficiencies. Therefore, different strategies and interventions are needed to improve the systems. The study focused on districts with agriculture as the main economic activity, namely West Ceram and Kairatu districts in the west, and Bula district in the east. The study was carried out in three stages. The preliminary study was done to identify the production patterns and key features for further study planning in a diagnostic survey (33 households and 154 cattle) between June and September 2008. A comprehensive data collection was realised in the second stage, covering the areas of cattle distribution and performance, forage availability and quality, farm characteristics, production pattern, household socio-economic conditions and indicators used for sustainability analysis (88 households and 325 cattle). A closing data collection was performed with farmers in October 2010 in order to present, discuss and re-rank indicators in the sustainability analysis. The data was collected using household interviews, key person interviews, a progeny history questionnaire, systematic observation, cattle measurements, forage sampling and laboratory analysis, time line history of both farms and external condition, seasonal calendar for crops and cattle, internal bio-resource flow, ranking and scoring of the role and function of households member, as well as for cattle, crops and contribution of them for the household, and focus group discussion. After performing descriptive statistics, analytical analysis included general linear models and cluster analysis. IMPACT software was employed for annual economic balances, the households’ food security status and labour allocation. Results of the study showed that performance of Bali cattle in farms managed by indigenous versus transmigrant farmers were not significantly different in terms of bull age at first mating, cow age at first calving, weaning age, calving interval and mortalities. The body weights showed a non-significant tendency towards heavier cattle in transmigrant farms. The overall productive performance of Bali cattle on Ceram Island was comparable with previous studies conducted in other parts of Indonesia and in other countries such as Malaysia, Australia and the Philippine. Forage production in the rainy season was 6.9 ton dry matter per ha, with 4 to 6% crude protein, 34 to 38% crude fiber, and 13.1 MJ per ton dry matter, which is relatively low compared to the western part of Indonesia and other islands in the Pacific like Samoa.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 23.10.2020
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