Financial Environment and Business Development:Proceedings of the 16th Eurasia Business and Economics Society Conference Eurasian Studies in Business and Economics. 1st ed. 2017.
African Business Development & Povery Alleviation:
Sustainable Business Development:Inventing the Future Through Strategy, Innovation, and Leadership David L. Rainey
This four-volume-set (CCIS 208, 209, 210, 211) constitutes the refereed proceedings of the International Symposium on Applied Economics, Business and Development, ISAEBD 2011, held in Dalian, China, in August 2011. The papers address issues related to Applied Economics, Business and Development and cover various research areas including Economics, Management, Education and its Applications.
Over the last decade British industry has gone through a timely and unprecedented period of restructuring; and urban regeneration has become a major political priority. This practical book assesses the changing nature of the industrial and business space property market which has developed out of the recession of the early 1980´s. The book shows how business space development schemes can be initiated and implemented to revitalise urban areas. It covers the investment and development market, how schemes are financed and the different techniques used to appraise their financial viability, the layout and design characteristics of industrial, workshop and business space developments of all sizes, the influences of central government´s economic, fiscal and planning policy, local authority initiatives to revitalise inner urban areas and the variety of methods to implement new development including partnerships and negotiated solutions.
The study was driven by the need to determine the roles of incubator manager, entrepreneur profile,and impact of business environment and that of business incubation process on business development in Kenya especially at the start-up,development and maturity phase.The study used a cross-sectional research design,to solicit information from existing business incubators in Kenya.A random sample of two hundred incubating businesses/entrepreneurs and twelve incubator managers was selected.To test the hypotheses,data was subjected to factor analysis, multiple regression,multivariate analysis of variance and non-parametric tests.Although results from testing hypothesis were expected,it was discernible that the respondent entrepreneurial profile had no significant relationship with the incubation process.It was clear that disparities existed between how respondents rated the importance of business-incubation process with actual services received and surprisingly,they received fewer services than anticipated.As the incubation concept is relatively new,clear macro policy guidelines would be necessary if the full potential of business-incubation is to be exploited to fully benefit the nation.
Product Development begins with an understanding of market needs, within a sound business model, a well-defined financial strategy, and well-thought-out strategic goals. This new book by industry-expert Marc Annacchino, will help the professional engineer, manager, marketer, and all others who must come together as a working team, to better understand their respective roles and responsibilities in that process. Today, speeding the right value proposition to the market can make all the difference between success and failure. With case examples, organizational analysis and project planning tools, this new book looks at that longer, organizational view of product development, and how that view can improve product development cycle times and better take advantage of new market opportunities. It will help the product development team better adapt to change and a dynamic market in today´s global economy through product platform management, and do so rationally and reliably. And it will help product development professionals to look for hidden value in existing product lines as they plan for that change and growth ahead. · Provides product development professionals with the concepts and tools for a more integrated, successful product development cycle · Promotes a more coherent deployment of managers, engineers, marketers, and sales personnel to achieve results within market opportunity in terms of time, cost and performance. · Shows how to better identify and target product value propositions in product line extensions and in securing new markets
Business rules are everywhere. Every enterprise process, task, activity, or function is governed by rules. However, some of these rules are implicit and thus poorly enforced, others are written but not enforced, and still others are perhaps poorly written and obscurely enforced. The business rule approach looks for ways to elicit, communicate, and manage business rules in a way that all stakeholders can understand, and to enforce them within the IT infrastructure in a way that supports their traceability and facilitates their maintenance. Boyer and Mili will help you to adopt the business rules approach effectively. While most business rule development methodologies put a heavy emphasis on up-front business modeling and analysis, agile business rule development (ABRD) as introduced in this book is incremental, iterative, and test-driven. Rather than spending weeks discovering and analyzing rules for a complete business function, ABRD puts the emphasis on producing executable, tested rule sets early in the project without jeopardizing the quality, longevity, and maintainability of the end result. The authors presentation covers all four aspects required for a successful application of the business rules approach: (1) foundations, to understand what business rules are (and are not) and what they can do for you; (2) methodology, to understand how to apply the business rules approach; (3) architecture, to understand how rule automation impacts your application; (4) implementation, to actually deliver the technical solution within the context of a particular business rule management system (BRMS). Throughout the book, the authors use an insurance case study that deals with claim processing. Boyer and Mili cater to different audiences: Project managers will find a pragmatic, proven methodology for delivering and maintaining business rule applications. Business analysts and rule authors will benefit from guidelines and best practices for rule discovery and analysis. Application architects and software developers will appreciate an exploration of the design space for business rule applications, proven architectural and design patterns, and coding guidelines for using JRules.
One and all knew what the win-win condition for business. Today´s business environment is very competitive,But it is equally correct to say all monopoly business has great market as compare to oligopoly, it is no matter whether that business is big corporation or small enterprises. its should be different with excellent quality and sufficient to support in product promotion process with average marketing. To run business not only finance but also business skill and very most ´´INNOVATIVE IDEAS´´ required to establishing new fresh monopoly business, because using creative ideas business could be start with less finance and effectively where sometime big corporation may be fail after heavy investment and strong advertising because lacking of creative and innovative ideas forbusiness. Hence better decision less finance, create self-employment, being your own boss and also create job opportunities for others, be a part of nation economical development, instead of dreaming for big business. Because ´´every journey start with single step though you want to gothousand miles long. This book I hope would be helpful during this journey with you