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Ernst & Young Llp: The Complete Guide to Specia...
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Erscheinungsdatum: 04.05.1992, Medium: Buch, Einband: Gebunden, Titel: The Complete Guide to Special Event Management, Titelzusatz: Business Insights, Financial Advice, and Successful Strategies from Ernst & Young, Advisors to the Oly, Autor: Ernst & Young Llp // Ernst, G. Young // Catherwood, Dwight W., Verlag: John Wiley & Sons, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: BUSINESS & ECONOMICS // Business Communication // Meetings & Presentations, Rubrik: Wirtschaft // Werbung, Marketing, Seiten: 332, Informationen: HC gerader Rücken mit Schutzumschlag, Gewicht: 640 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Praxishandbuch Event Management
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Das Praxishandbuch Event-Management ist ein Nachschlagewerk für alle, die in ihrem Unternehmen Veranstaltungen planen und organisieren. Die Autorin zeigt, wie man effizient und budgetbewusst Business-Events plant, organisiert und Betreut von der Außendiensttagung über den Messeauftritt, die pressekonferenz bis hin zum virtuellen Meeting. Zahlreiche Checklisten und Mustervorlagen ergänzen die praxisorientierten Tipps. Ein Buch, das Assistenzkräften täglich wertvolle Dienste leistet. Neu in der 3. Auflage: Social Media im Event-Management, die Planung von virtuellen Meetings, Veranstaltungsmarketing und vieles mehr.Aus dem Inhalt:- Erfolgsfaktoren für die perfekte Organisation- Veranstaltungstypen- Eckpunkte für die optimale Vorbereitung- Meilensteine definieren- Veranstaltungen von A bis Z- Kleiner Knigge für Gastgeber- Pleiten, Pech und Pannen souverän meistern- Nachbereitung und Erfolgskontrolle- Zahlreiche Checklisten Die AutorinIrmtraud Schmitt ist Unternehmerin, Referentin und Trainerin. Sie kann auf fast 25 Jahre Erfahrung im Bereich Management-Assistenz und Event-Management zurückblicken. Neben Ihrer Tägikeit als Pressereferentin ist sie Dozentin an der Heidelberg International Business Academy und Autorin verschiedener Fachbücher.Eine Empfehlung des Magazins working@office.

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Praxishandbuch Event Management
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Das Praxishandbuch Event-Management ist ein Nachschlagewerk für alle, die in ihrem Unternehmen Veranstaltungen planen und organisieren. Die Autorin zeigt, wie man effizient und budgetbewusst Business-Events plant, organisiert und Betreut von der Außendiensttagung über den Messeauftritt, die pressekonferenz bis hin zum virtuellen Meeting. Zahlreiche Checklisten und Mustervorlagen ergänzen die praxisorientierten Tipps. Ein Buch, das Assistenzkräften täglich wertvolle Dienste leistet. Neu in der 3. Auflage: Social Media im Event-Management, die Planung von virtuellen Meetings, Veranstaltungsmarketing und vieles mehr.Aus dem Inhalt:- Erfolgsfaktoren für die perfekte Organisation- Veranstaltungstypen- Eckpunkte für die optimale Vorbereitung- Meilensteine definieren- Veranstaltungen von A bis Z- Kleiner Knigge für Gastgeber- Pleiten, Pech und Pannen souverän meistern- Nachbereitung und Erfolgskontrolle- Zahlreiche Checklisten Die AutorinIrmtraud Schmitt ist Unternehmerin, Referentin und Trainerin. Sie kann auf fast 25 Jahre Erfahrung im Bereich Management-Assistenz und Event-Management zurückblicken. Neben Ihrer Tägikeit als Pressereferentin ist sie Dozentin an der Heidelberg International Business Academy und Autorin verschiedener Fachbücher.Eine Empfehlung des Magazins working@office.

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The Meeting Planning Process: A Guide to Planni...
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The Meeting Planning Process: A Guide to Planning Successful Meetings by certified meeting professional Mary Jo Wiseman offers a common-sense approach to managing the meeting planning process based on the knowledge and experience she garnered over a 20-plus-year career as a corporate meeting and event coordinator. The author’s systematic approach to project management helped her to get and stay focused on the task at hand while handling multiple details, projects, and deadlines throughout her career, and she wants to share her secrets for success with others.The author firmly believes it is not just one person who makes a meeting or event happen, but rather a well-led team of dedicated, enthusiastic, talented individuals who come together to do what they do best to help organizations exceed program objectives and make them shine. It is the process or system used to get started that can either keep you on track or send you off the rails. This guide offers a practical overview of the entire planning process for people just starting out in the business or meeting-planning veterans alike and offers keen insights and valuable tips to help create the perfect experience for their audience by staying true to the basic elements of the planning process. It is intended to lead people through the proper steps and the sequence of tasks involved in planning a meeting such as: Establishing a planning or design teamDeveloping an overall planBudgetingSite selectionCommunicationsContract reviewAnd moreThe guide also includes handy templates developed by the author - a meeting timeline; overall meeting plan; and request for proposal, as well as descriptions and diagrams of possible room setups. The latest revision of the guide was completed January 2019 and includes updated information on contract review (tips for negotiating hotel contracts) and safety and security questions 1. Language: English. Narrator: Mary Jo Wiseman. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/147517/bk_acx0_147517_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Integrated Management of Systems, Services, Pro...
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This volume of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science series contains all papers accepted for presentation at the 20th IFIP/IEEE International Workshop on Distributed Systems: Operations and Management (DSOM 2009), which was held in Venice, Italy, during October 27-28, 2009. DSOM 2009 was the 20th event in a series of annual workshops. It followed in the footsteps of previous successful meetings, the most recent of which were held on Samos, Greece (DSOM 2008), San Jos´ e, California, USA (DSOM 2007), Dublin, Ireland (DSOM 2006), Barcelona, Spain (DSOM 2005), and Davis, C- ifornia, USA (DSOM 2004). The goal of the DSOM workshops is to bring - gether researchersfromindustry andacademia workingin the areasofnetworks, systems, and service management, to discuss recent advances and foster future growth. In contrast to the larger management conferences, such as IM (Inter- tional Symposium on Integrated Network Management) and NOMS (Network OperationsandManagementSymposium),DSOMworkshopshaveasingle-track program in order to stimulate more intense interaction among participants.

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Managing Large-Scale Service Deployment
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This volume of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science series contains all papers accepted for presentation at the 19th IFIP/IEEE International Workshop on Distributed Systems: Operations and Management (DSOM 2008),which was held September 25-26, 2008 on the island of Samos, Greece. DSOM 2008 was the 19th event in a series of annual workshops. It followed in the footsteps of previous s- cessful meetings, the most recent of which were held in San Jos´ e, California, USA (DSOM 2007), Dublin, Ireland (DSOM 2006), Barcelona, Spain (DSOM 2005), Davis, California, USA (DSOM 2004), Heidelberg, Germany (DSOM 2003), and Montreal, Canada (DSOM 2002). The goal of the DSOM workshops is to bring together researchers from industry and academia working in the areas of n- works, systems, and service management, to discuss recent advances and foster future growth. In contrast to the larger management conferences, such as IM (Integrated Network Management) and NOMS (Network Operations and M- agement Symposium), DSOM workshops have a single-track program in order to stimulate more intense interaction among participants. The theme of DSOM 2008 was “Managing Large-Scale Service Deployment” focusing both on management of overlay networks and on virtualized service - frastructures. The concepts of abstract overlays and virtualization constitute key contributors for e?cient large-scale service deployment and testing. Scalable - stract overlay networks accompanied with appropriate management techniques o?er ?exibility for future service deployment and consumption with high qu- ity of experience.

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Proceedings of the 4th International Workshop o...
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It is already 6 years ago since the Hamburg University of Technology organized the 1st International Workshop on Aircraft System Technologies AST 2007. After further very successful meetings in 2009 and 2011, the 4th event of this series, the AST 2013 has been organized. The proceedings of the workshop comprise more than 40 highquality contributions which were selected from a call for papers.The contributions presented at the workshop address the fields of Airframe Systems and Equipment, Cabin and Comfort, Information and Communication Management as well as Materials and Production.In the first chapter dealing with Airframe Systems and Equipment, topics such as flight control, electromechanical actuator technology, energy-autonomous cabin, energy optimization, as well as cooling systems and thermal control are discussed. Additional papers are related to special areas, such as more electric aircraft, fuel consumption, grid protection, electric taxiing, or fire protection.The topics with respect to Cabin and Comfort are treated in the second chapter. Starting with investigations on cabin interior layout and modularization, a number of different comfort-related issues are discussed as well. Thereby, a special focus is on cabin interior acoustics and climate control / thermal comfort, including special topics like, e.g., active structural acoustic control or cabin air filtration.Chapter three Information and Communication Management covers different aspects of future cabin networks. Actual topics like modular architectures and near field communication are discussed with respect to an application inside the aircraft cabin.The last chapter is devoted to Material and Productions. On the one hand, several contributions dealing with efficient production techniques and automated assembly are included. On the other hand, topics related to inspection, damage location, and nondestructive testing are covered.For practicing engineers and scientists working in one of these areas, the proceedings will be a valuable source of information.

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Praxishandbuch Event Management
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Das Praxishandbuch Event-Management ist ein Nachschlagewerk für alle, die in ihrem Unternehmen Veranstaltungen planen und organisieren. Die Autorin zeigt, wie man effizient und budgetbewusst Business-Events plant, organisiert und Betreut von der Außendiensttagung über den Messeauftritt, die pressekonferenz bis hin zum virtuellen Meeting. Zahlreiche Checklisten und Mustervorlagen ergänzen die praxisorientierten Tipps. Ein Buch, das Assistenzkräften täglich wertvolle Dienste leistet. Neu in der 3. Auflage: Social Media im Event-Management, die Planung von virtuellen Meetings, Veranstaltungsmarketing und vieles mehr.Aus dem Inhalt:- Erfolgsfaktoren für die perfekte Organisation- Veranstaltungstypen- Eckpunkte für die optimale Vorbereitung- Meilensteine definieren- Veranstaltungen von A bis Z- Kleiner Knigge für Gastgeber- Pleiten, Pech und Pannen souverän meistern- Nachbereitung und Erfolgskontrolle- Zahlreiche Checklisten Die AutorinIrmtraud Schmitt ist Unternehmerin, Referentin und Trainerin. Sie kann auf fast 25 Jahre Erfahrung im Bereich Management-Assistenz und Event-Management zurückblicken. Neben Ihrer Tägikeit als Pressereferentin ist sie Dozentin an der Heidelberg International Business Academy und Autorin verschiedener Fachbücher.Eine Empfehlung des Magazins working@office.

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COMPARISON OF DISCOURSES IN GLOBAL & INDONESIAN...
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This study focused on examining forest fire discourses in news media (global and national media), scientific media (international and national journals) and stakeholders’ perceptions (international, regional, national, and local organizations). There are several important tasks of this study, i.e. understanding the interest position of actors by investigating common and different features of forest fire discourses in media as well as stakeholders’ perceptions, examining imbalance perspectives between national and global media discourses, evaluating the role of scientists in influencing policy-making process, and identifying asymmetrical perspectives concerning forest fire issues in media discourses and stakeholders’ perceptions.Several common features of forest fire discourses in the national and global media were identified in this study. It could be generally concluded that the issues of forest fire in media as mediality were very important in the media discourse. Besides, “media”, "administrations" were also frequently referred to speaking actors of forest fire discourses. According to the voice of speakers in forest fire discourses in the national media, “administrations” such as ministers, regional environmental board, forest services, and nature conservation offices were mostly positioned as helper of problems. Consequently, the actors positioned as “helpers” usually gained positive image from society. On the contrary, “enterprises” were actors who mostly pointed out as the causers of problems in the issues of forest fire in the national media. The same feature was also perceived by stakeholders who appointed “enterprises” as the main causers of forest fire.Media and stakeholders were more inclined to position human as causers and helpers of problems of forest fire. Because forest fires were strongly related to human factors, the interviewed stakeholders mostly perceived that to solve forest fire problems effectively, social approaches were very important to put forward. Furthermore, Media and stakeholders commonly comprehended that the most important instruments to solve the problem of forest fires were "praxis", such as implementation of silvicultural and harvesting practices, utilization of tools (water cannons, helicopters, or airplanes) to extinguish fires, and involvement of people participation in fire management. “Regulative instruments” were also very important to solve the problem of forest fire. In choosing regulative instruments, both media and stakeholders argued that the “national regulations” would be more effective means to regulate forest fire rather than “international conventions”. International conventions can only be effective, if they are adopted by the government and translated into "national regulations". It was also commonly voiced that forest fires created crosscountry border impacts and they were supposed to cause some regional problems such as disturbance of transportation, tourism, and health due to “smog” and heavy air pollution within the region. Therefore, “procedural instruments” such as inter-governmental meeting and intersectoral coordination were also suggested to solve those problems.This study also identified some different features of media discourses in forest fire in the news media and scientific journals. Global and national media had different “valence” on forest fire. Generally, global media perceived “negative” valence for forest fire, such as hazardous smog, air pollution, and loss of vegetations, however, national media and scientific journals usually perceived “ambivalent” valence. It means, despite the negative impact of forest fires, they also discussed solutions as well as efforts to overcome the problems. Thus, compared to the global media, national media and scientific journals shared more neutral views on forest fires. When viewing the interest position of victims, the news media and national journals perceived that the victims of forest fire are mostly “human”. However, another opinion was argued in the international journals, which viewed "nature" as the main victims of problem of forest fire. In view of "causes of the problem" of forest fire, speakers in national news media believed that the problems of forest fires were mostly caused “intentionally”. In contrast to the national news media, speakers in the global news media and scientific journals perceived that most causes of forest fire were “accidental cause”. It clearly pointed out the different features between national and global media toward “victims” and “causes” of forest fire.Besides understanding the common and different features of media discourse, this study also evaluated the imbalance perspectives of forest fire issues between global and national media. This study appointed that the concern of global media in forest fire were mostly on the events located in high-income countries, particularly North American region. The imbalance of the global attention on forest fire events in the other parts of world could not be separated from the reality of the domination of speaking actors in the global media, who originated from two high-income countries, i.e. USA and Canada. The domination of speakers from high-income countries created imbalance perspectives in news and scientific media discourse, where the information would be closer to the interests of speakers. Referring to the scope of event of forest fire issues, it was clearly seen that global media did not pay as many attention to global scope of events as they did to national or local events.The hegemony of authors and speakers from high-income countries in global media could be the results of one or more different arguments. The simplest argument explained that the domination of speakers from high-income countries, especially the American, in the global media was because they spoke English as a world language. It could be also noted that the (global) media were not neutral arena in public deliberation, particularly in forest fire discourses. In the view of globalization, hegemony of speakers from highincome countries reflected imbalance situation of global society. In forest fire discourses, for instance, global media mostly appointed “accidental causes” as the main cause of forest fire. On the other hand, national media usually addressed that the most causes of forest fire were “intentional”. This situation led for further biased solutions of problems. The global media commonly perceived that “modern equipments”, such as satellite sensor, modern equipped fire fighters, or water bomber’s airplanes, were the most important solutions for combating fires, but they failed to identify the “roots of problems” of fires in lower income countries. The global media’s perspective was largely different from the national media’s, which perceived that most forest fires were caused intentionally, mainly due to burning practices for land clearing activities. These practices of burning strongly related to social and economic dimensions. Consequently, although many assistances and aids had been given by high-income countries to combat forest fire in lower income countries, they did not work effectively because they were mostly dealing with “improvement of tools” rather than “improvement of social approaches”. Accordingly, instead of getting “enlightens”, the powerless received “irrelevant” solutions from the dominant group of the world’s society.The other important result of this study is understanding the “knowledge utilization” in policy-making, among others by evaluating the roles of “scientists” in forest fire discourses in media and stakeholders’ perceptions. This study shows that the role of "scientists" in forest fire discourse in news media was very low. It could be caused by a simple reason, i.e. the characteristics of news media that were usually concerned more with the speed in reporting an issue rather than the depth of the analysis of an issue. Low presentation of scientists in the news media was also due to an argument that commonly “sensation” of news is much more important than “substance” of news.According to stakeholders’ perceptions, forest fire discourses in "journals" in most cases were only suitable for scientific consumption, but had a large gap with the policy makers as well as public concerns. Scientists could influence policy-making, if they made communication with the public, because basically politic is a communication activity among people. Accordingly, stakeholders perceived that instead of writing scientific articles in the journals, “scientists” played very important roles in influencing policy-making process through “policy presentations”, i.e. news media articles, dialogues, conferences, meetings, and public hearings, so called “issue advocate”. Beside those ways, “scientists” also influenced policy-making by giving “direct advisories” to decision makers. These roles could be played by “scientist arbiters” and “honest broker scientists”. These arguments were in line with the perceptions of the interviewed stakeholders.Finally, the study identified some asymmetrical perspectives concerning forest fire issues in media discourses and stakeholders’ perceptions. Several asymmetrical perspectives were concluded. This study pointed out that stakeholders perceived that forest fire were mostly caused “intentionally”, for instance, fire setting for preparing plantation and shifting cultivation, or slash and burn agriculture. In contrast to stakeholders’ perceptions, many causes of forest fire according to global media discourses were identified as “accidental”, due to natural factors such as long drought period or natural burning coal under peat surfaces. Although both media and stakeholders pointed "praxis" as the most important solution in addressing forest fire, they emphasized different matters. Stakeholders emphasized application of "zero burning" in land clearing activities and involvement of forest communities in forest management as the most effective solution to prevent and combat forest fire. Global news media, however, pointed to direct efforts to address forest fires, such as extinguishing fires with water shooters or spraying water by using airplanes as the most frequent solutions. Meanwhile, scientific journals usually emphasized on preventive efforts as solutions, e.g. implementation of better silvicultural techniques or appropriate harvesting system that can prevent fires.There were some asymmetrical perspectives between stakeholders’ perceptions and media discourses in defining the problem of forest fires. Stakeholders perceived that forest fires were closely related to "economic problems", but media usually discussed forest fires on the perspective of “ecological concerns”. Measuring the asymmetrical perspective of media and stakeholders is primarily important because basically media could play important role in directing opinions of the society as well as influencing policymaking processes. The role of media in driving public opinion was strongly determined by the perspectives of media related to individual behaviours, aspirations, expectations, and fears of people. Therefore, understanding asymmetrical perspectives between media and stakeholders is needed to measure the potential influence of media in directing public opinion as well as policy-making processes. The role of media to influence policy-making depends on the similarities of media perspectives and stakeholder perceptions. In the forest fire discourse, it could be concluded that the higher the asymmetrical perspectives between media and stakeholders in certain matters e.g. causes or solutions of problem, the lower the role of media to influence policy-making processes related to those matters.

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