6 important elements make up the acronym. They are customers, actors, transformation process, world view, owner, environmental
This research article focuses on understanding a theoretical framework called ‘absorptive capacity’ in six sigma SMEs. In brief, the absorptive capacity framework includes acquisition, assimilation, transformation and utilization steps which help in understanding any quality tools. The research methodology used is phenomenological research which involves conducting initial research, analyzing the data and proposing more research questions from the inferences. 18 different SMEs from service and manufacturing sectors
It also explains the basic methodology for this research. The conceptual framework represents the selected methods that may assess and refine this study to a realistic and relevant research. Mycoremediation under bioremediation process was used. This bioremediation process was able to use fungus. In this study we used GanodermaLucidum as mycoremediator based on related studies that were also concerned on treating oil spill.
According to Braun and Clarke (2006) - six phase of thematic analysis, I familiarised with the data first, including transcribing data, reading and rereading the data, noting down initial ideas. Then, I went to generating initial codes, searched for themes, checked in the themes work in relation
Lancôme locates its shops effectively to draw customers’ attention. Also, the products and services are customized according to each country of the airport. For example, Lancôme offers exclusive products to celebrate the Chinese New Year in Hawaï, where many Chinese customers travel to. Moreover, the languages, cultures and beauty rituals are emphasized to offer the personalized approach. This would be the reason that Lancôme was arranged within top 15 brands on the customer preferences And It’s the opportunity for us to become the first brand in customer’s mind in the
The authors showed how the ecological movement SEAC helped in building upon a recycling industry and the diffusion across American universities. His study provided insightful evidence in how personal interests and the level of commitment to ecological movements causing a variety in practices and shaping the establishment of new logics. Drawing from a cross-level model of institutional logics developed by Thornton et al (2012), individual goals have to be accepted by a broader social movement or group in order to influence new organizational practices. Once new practices are adopted within an organizational field, it inherently influences the existing
The study has aimed to build global logistics curriculum based on Vietnam practitioners’ response to meet the future supply chain manager’s requirements. Phase 5: Study quality assessment We have assessed the above studies on the basis of: • Research objectives and their scope; • Methodology employed by these
Xiao & Dunlap (2007) investigated an extensive research dedicated to examining environmental beliefs and attitudes, the dimensions of social media. They employ a belief systems perspective along with Confirmatory Factor Analysis to test a conceptualization of environmental concern. In their study, environmental concern consists of two components: environmental domain and concern domain. Within this structure is a dual approach to conceptualize the concern component: policy (perceived importance of environmental issues; opinions about major causes of environmental problems; willingness to pay for environmental protection; support of government policy and regulation; various pro- environment acts and activism) and theoretical (affective, cognitive,
This ultimate authority of all governments (or Parties) that have ratified the treaty meets every two years to review progress, set priorities and commit to work plans. In 2010, Parties to the CBD adopted the Strategic Plan for Biodiversity 2011–2020, a ten-year framework for action by all countries and stakeholders to safeguard biodiversity and the benefits it provides to
Chapter 6 presents the framework of this study that conceptualises the concept of sustainable livelihood in relation to the problems and objectives of the research that are highlighted in the first chapter. Chapter 7 provides the research design and methodology of this study. It provides a description of study sites, methodological approach, and survey methods and data organisation. Chapter 8, 9, and 10 presents the research findings categorised into three (3) main topics accordingly; the human settings of the study areas; the assets and livelihood strategies; and modus operandi of cocoa research, development and extension in PNG. Chapter 11 is the discussion chapter that explains the context of these key findings (chapter 8, 9, 10) and established key factors that affect the farmers’ livelihood and cocoa production and its relevance and implications in relation to literature and the theoretical insights of this study.