This book explains the
following topics: Descriptive statistics and frequency distributions, The normal
and t distributions, Making estimates, Hypothesis testing, The t-test, F-test
and one-way anova, Regression basics.
This textbook and its accompanying spreadsheet templates were
designed with and for students wanting a practical and easy-to-follow guide for
developing a business plan. Topics covered includes: Developing a Business Plan,
Essential Initial Research, Business Models, Initial Business Plan Draft ,
Making the Business Plan Realistic, Making the Plan Appeal to Stakeholders and
Desirable to the Entrepreneur, Finishing the Business Plan, Business Plan
Author(s): Lee Swanson, University of
This note explores successful approaches to delivering healthcare in
challenging settings. It analyses organizations to find why some fall short
while others grow in size and contribute to the health of the people they serve,
and explore promising business models and social enterprise innovations.
This book covers the following topics: International Trade
and Foreign Direct Investment, Culture and Business, World Economies, Global and
Regional Economic Cooperation and Integration, International Monetary System,
Foreign Exchange and the Global Capital Markets, International Expansion and
Global Market Opportunity Assessment, Exporting, Importing, and Global Sourcing,
Strategy and International Business, Global Entrepreneurship and
Intrapreneurship, Harnessing the Engine of Global Innovation, Roles of Finance
and Accounting in Global Competitive Advantage.
Author(s): Mason Carpenter, University of
Wisconsin at Madison
This book presents both an overview of Business Intelligence and an
in-depth analysis of current applications and future directions for this
technology. The book covers a large area, including methods, concepts, and case
studies related to: constructing an enterprise business intelligence maturity
model, developing an agile architecture framework that leverages the strengths
of business intelligence, decision management and service orientation, adding
semantics to Business Intelligence, towards business intelligence over unified
structured and unstructured data using XML, density-based clustering and anomaly
detection, data mining based on neural networks.
This book covers the following topics: Introduction To
Communication, Effective Communication Skills, Process Of Communication,
Barriers and Gateways In Communication, Commercial Letters, Business Reports
Writing, Oral and Non-verbal Communication, Public Speaking and Presentation,
Communication: Negotiations and Legal Aspects, Agency Correspondence in
Author(s): The Directorate of Distance Education, Guru Jambheshwar University of Science and
book covers the following topics: Quantitative Techniques, Correlation Analysis,
Regression Analysis, Theory Of Probability, Probability Distribution, Binomial
Distribution, Poisson Distribution, Normal Distribution, Testing Of Hypothesis,
Non-parametric Tests, Analysis Of Variance.
Author(s): Sri. Vineethan T and Dr. K. Venugopalan
This book covers the following topics: Long-Term Financial Security,
Challenges of Financial Innovation, On the Economic Consequences of Index-Linked
Investing, Questioning Deregulation as a Cause of the Crisis, Media and the
Financial Crisis and Why Trade has Survived the Crisis.
This book covers the following topics: Industrial America At The
End Of The Civil War, The First Great American Trust, The Epic Of Steel, The
Telephone: America's Most Poetical Achievement, The Development Of Public
Utilities, Making The World's Agricultural Machinery, The Democratization Of The
This is a lecture the
President of The Bank of California Frank B. Anderson presented before the
students of The University of Califronia in Berkley February 15, 1911. It is
about Morals and Honesty within trade and commerce.