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Meaning and Definition of Finance

Posted by on Dec 19th, 2014 in Financial Management | 0 comments

Meaning and Definition of Finance

Meaning and Definition of Finance Meaning of Finance The science that describes the management, creation and study of money, banking, credit, investments, assets and liabilities. The financial systems include the public, private and government spaces, and the study of finance and financial instruments, which can relate to countless assets and liabilities. Finance is divided into three distinct categories: public finance, corporate finance and personal finance, all three consisting of  many sub-categories. The one word which can easily...

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Does Your Company Have What it Takes to be a Leader-2

Posted by on Dec 4th, 2014 in Business Management, Entrepreneurship, Human Resource, Strategy | 0 comments

Does Your Company Have What it Takes to be a Leader-2

What it Takes to be a Leader-2 Corporations that are considered leaders in terms of business performance take a common approach to CSR. The blueprint for how corporations can maximize their investments in CSR contain five essential ingredients- Business-based social purpose Clear theory of change Quality and depth of information Concentrated effort, and Partnering with experts. 1. Business-based social purpose: There have been too many examples of CSR programs that ignore business fundamentals. Leadership-level CSR programs always directly...

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Does your company have what it takes to be a leader-1

Posted by on Dec 4th, 2014 in Business Management, Entrepreneurship, Human Resource, Strategy | 0 comments

Does your company have what it takes to be a leader-1

What it takes to be a Leader - CSR Imperative What is Corporate Social Responsibility? High performance is generally measured against key business imperatives including competitive advantage, sales, talent management, operational efficiency, return on investment and profitability. It is no longer adequate for a corporation to revel in economic prosperity in isolation from those agents impacted by its actions. Today, a new element of leadership is making an intense difference in weighing  business performance: Corporate Social Responsibility....

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HR Glossary ‘A’ Series

Posted by on Dec 3rd, 2014 in Glossary, Human Resource | 0 comments

HR Glossary ‘A’ Series

This HR Glossary pertains to ‘A’ series terminologies Ability Aptitude or competence, the skill or proficiency needed to perform certain tasks. Ability test An assessment instrument used to measure an individual’s abilities, mental or physical skills level (i.e. problem solving, manual dexterity, etc.). Absenteeism Referred to as the habitual failure of employees to report for work when they are scheduled to work. Absolute ratings A rating method where the rater assigns a specific value on a fixed scale to the behavior or performance of...

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Cash Accounting

Posted by on Nov 27th, 2014 in Financial Accounting, Video Lecturers | 0 comments

Cash Accounting

Cash accounting: Simple example of cash accounting   Some Definitions of Cash Accounting: 1. An accounting method where receipts are recorded during the period they are received, and expenses are recorded in the period in which they are actually paid. Cash accounting is one of the two forms of accounting. The other is accrual accounting, where revenue and expenses are recorded when they are incurred. Small businesses often use cash accounting because it is simpler and more straightforward, and it provides a clear picture of how much...

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Real Estate Investment

Posted by on Nov 21st, 2014 in Economics, Financial Accounting, How To, Project Management | 0 comments

Real Estate Investment

These article-embeds focus on the real estate scenario both in the US and India and how relaxation in Foreign Direct Investment Policies has brought about a sea change in the minds of foreign investors on viewing India as one of the major sources of potential investment. And most importantly real estate in India is in a boom thanks to the constant urbanization and interest of NRI people who want to invest in properties in big Indian cities like Mumbai, Cochin, Pune, Bangalore and Chennai. Some light is also thrown on how to handle the capital...

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Startup Success Secret 3

Posted by on Nov 17th, 2014 in Business Management, How To, Project Management, Strategy | 0 comments

Startup Success Secret 3

Startup Success Secret – Know your weaknesses “Don’t be a lone wolf. Lean on the experience and smarts of your teammates, investors, and mentors to help solve the tough problems and take advantage of the opportunities – SETH BANNON, Amicus First-time entrepreneurs are often oblivious to their own weak spots. Getting to know your strengths and weaknesses is easier said than done. Self-assess yourself by making a simple list of every business skill you think you possess. Then, add other skills that you think make a good...

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Startup Success Secret-2

Posted by on Nov 7th, 2014 in Business Management, Entrepreneurship, How To, Human Resource, Strategy | 0 comments

Startup Success Secret-2

Startup Success - A Clear and Good Value Proposition “You don’t get a second chance to make a first impression” “The strategy is to first know what you don’t know, the tactic is to grind, and the value is to remember: there are plenty of places to innovate.” -David Friedberg, Founder @ Weatherbill A great value proposition is indispensable for any business hoping to clearly communicate to customers why they are different, better, and worth purchasing from. Why Your Value Proposition Matters? “A problem well stated is a...

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Successful Startup Secret-1

Posted by on Oct 30th, 2014 in Business Management, Entrepreneurship, How To, Marketing, Project Management | 0 comments

Successful Startup Secret-1

Successful Startup Secret - Choose an idea you think is important Entrepreneurs often ask, “How do you pick an idea for a business?” and the question is difficult to answer. It all depends on your expertise, experience, financial strength, industry knowledge and of course a great team to back you up. A good place to start is with the people you surround yourself with. A great idea is undoubtedly the catalyst to set things in motion, but at the end of the day, it’s the team you hire who ultimately determine the success, or failure, of the...

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Capital Budgeting and Capital Accounting Systems

Posted by on Oct 23rd, 2014 in Management Accounting | 0 comments

Capital Budgeting and Capital Accounting Systems

Capital Budgeting and Capital Accounting Systems  These internal accounting systems facilitate and support decision-makers in assessing potential investments with respect to cost effectiveness. The purposeof capital accounting systems support decision-makers in monitoring and planning liquidity. What is Capital Budgeting? Capital budgeting is the planning process used to determine whether an organization’s long term investments such as new machinery, replacement machinery, new plants, new products, and research development projects are...

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