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EVALUATION OF EFFICIENCY AND EFFECTIVENESS OF BONDED WAREHOUSE RESEARCH PROPOSAL SAMPLE

1.0Background of the StudyPrimarily used by manufacturers, exporters, importers, wholesalers and transport businesses, a warehouse refers to a commercial building that serves as the storage place for goods. These warehouses are usually large plain buildings in industrial areas of cities and towns and are equipped with loading docks, cranes and forklifts. Goods on which the duties are unpaid and stored under agreement and suretyship are stored in bonded warehouses, however. Bonded warehouses store goods which are under joint custody of the importer and the customs officer. These bonded warehouses are usually managed by the state or by private enterprises, but with the requirement to post customs bond with the government for the latter. Goods that are being stored in the bonded warehouses are liable to duty and are lodged until the duty has been paid. For importers, duties should be accomplished at the time of importation. The system of bonded warehousing has several inconveniences such…

LIABILITIES OF INSOLVENT COMPANY DIRECTORS: IMPLICATIONS FOR

1.0TitleThe working title of the research is initially drafted as – Liabilities of Insolvent Company Directors: Implications for the Vietnamese Insolvency Law 2.0Background of the StudyAnyone who controls the company, and is responsible for the direction of the company or tells the directors what to do are considered to be directors of a company (or the shadow director). These are not only the registered directors but also include a director in name only such as the director's spouses and someone who has been appointed a director for the reason of having their name on the board. Even before the company experience financial dilemmas, directors have both legal and financial risks. Basically, directors have a duty to act in the best interest of the company and its shareholders. But when the company is deemed to become insolvent directors are expected to act in a legal duty to protect the interests of the creditors instead of the shareholders. According to the law, the company is ins…

Report on the Dilemma of Using Software Methodologies and the Implications for Object-Oriented Software Projects

I. Introduction

Software is an indispensable and crucial provider for the new economy as well as science. It helps to create new markets as well as new directions for more dependable, elastic and vigorous society. Though, more often than not, software falls short behind the expectorations of the users, the customers as well as the fixed business rule of the company or the organizations. Although there are many software methodologies, tools as well as techniques that are already available and used, most of it are expensive and not yet that reliable for those highly changeable and evolutionary market. More often than not, software methodologies or approach are only proven in case-by-case oriented methods (Fujita & Mejri 2006, p. v).
In every project, those inexperience developers are already thinking about the different ways that they can handle in order to deal with their stock knowledge and skills as well as the steps that they can follow. On the other hand, those inexperienced deve…

Essay on the Usability Assessment of William Ponder (MIS) Way-Finding System

1 Introduction:

Interface Analysis in important because it is a process that assess the relationship between the man or the users and the machine interface (Stanton 2005, p. 431). It caters the different physical characteristics of the interface that can affect the performance of the human that is using the system. The result that can be drawn from any interface analysis can help to improve the current interface problems of flaws in redesigning process. The use of different method can help to enhance and improve the presentation of the design, features and utilities by developing all of the system’s usability, the satisfactions of the users as well as preventing different errors and enhancing interaction time Stanton 2005 p. 431).
ISO09241-11 requires the usability of the system by considering three different dimensions: first is the effectiveness of how well the performance of the system meets the task or the activities that it was designed and created for; second is the efficiency of …
Usability Assessment of William Ponder (MIS) Way-Finding System
1 Introduction:
Interface Analysis in important because it is a process that assess the relationship between the man or the users and the machine interface (Stanton 2005, p. 431). It caters the different physical characteristics of the interface that can affect the performance of the human that is using the system. The result that can be drawn from any interface analysis can help to improve the current interface problems of flaws in redesigning process. The use of different method can help to enhance and improve the presentation of the design, features and utilities by developing all of the system’s usability, the satisfactions of the users as well as preventing different errors and enhancing interaction time Stanton 2005 p. 431).
ISO09241-11 requires the usability of the system by considering three different dimensions: first is the effectiveness of how well the performance of the system meets the task or the activities tha…

Report on Diversity Management

1.0 Introduction

The demography of the workplace is changing and will continue to do so over the years. This condition is known as the workplace diversity. Encarta Dictionary defined diversity as ethnic variety as well as socioeconomic and gender variety in a group, institution or society. Diversity could also mean differences in physical abilities, learning and communication styles. By its very nature, conflict is inherent to diversity. Put simply, diversity is the uniqueness of all individuals. When applied to workplace, these differences can affect and worsen organizational performance.
Diversity then is a challenge to many business leaders and managers though it is necessary to note that diversity knows no organizational boundary and limitations and is not positional. As such, diversity can be a problem but also a solution, a detriment but also a benefit and destructive but also constructive. The challenge then is to extract the very essence of diversity and strategically manage it …