King Solomon was the third monarch of Ancient Israel. The history of King Solomon's reign is found in the Old Testament section of the Christian Bible in the Books of First Kings and Second Chronicles. In the Bible, King Solomon was known as the...
This article explores the Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats of Singapore Airlines using SWOT analysis. Singapore Airlines is one of the world's largest and most successful airlines.
Yum! Brands focuses their multidomestic strategy on building recognizable brands that people "trust and champion." Here are the 10 strategic decisions that they use to help ensure global success.
This hub aims to provide a comprehensive business analysis of the Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, one of the most well-known, internationally-recognized brand names in the field.
by Joshua Cook @ www.ThinkingLeaders.com Contemporary companies are constantly finding new ways and approaches to recruit top talent, retain top talent, and find innovative ways to motivate employees for maximum output. The theory behind how...
In her doctoral dissertation,Dr. Kathleen Patterson (2003) presented a theory of organizational leadership called servant leadership. Dr. Patterson's theory was an extension of servant leadership first presented by Dr. Robert Greenleaf in 1977. Each...
Constructive Living is a practical life philosophy based on the combination of two Japanese therapies: Morita Therapy and Naikan Therapy as synthesized by David K. Reynolds. This article provides an easy to follow introduction that will help you to live more purposefully through Constructive Living.
Established in 1989 by Lord Karan Bilimoria, Cobra Beer is one of the most well-known Indian beer in the UK. This hub provides a comprehensive strategic business analysis of the Cobra Beer Company.
Hiring new staff is a decision that will impact your business for years. These handy tips outlined in 10 simple steps will help your interviewing process flow smoothly.
Modern Theories of motivation; ERG Theory of Motivation, Goal Setting Theory of Motivation and McClelland’s Theory of Needs.