Management

Who and Where is Your Customer?

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Contents: 

  1. Qualifying & Quantifying the Business Opportunity
  2.  Understanding the Customer
  3. Understanding the Context
  4. Understanding the Competition
  5. Finding Market Information in a Smallholder Context
  6. Market Assessment: an Input to the Business Plan
  7.  Appendix 1: Potential NGO Partners
  8. Appendix 2: Existing Data Sources
Authors: 
Feed the Future
Publisher: 
Feed the Future
Year: 
2015

Factores Coadyuvantes de la Innovación en las Cooperativas Agroalimentarias: Caso Estudio de las Citrícolas Españolas

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Authors: 
R.J. Server-Izquierdo
Authors: 
N. Lajara-Camilleri
Publisher: 
Información Técnica Económica Agraria
Year: 
2016

Work Health and Safety Planning

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Authors: 
Rural Industries Research & Development Corporation
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Rural Industries Research & Development Corporation
Year: 
2016

Interpersonal Mediation

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Wherever choices exist there is potential for disagreement. Such differences, when handled properly, can result in richer, more effective, creative solutions and interaction. But alas, it is difficult to consistently turn differences into opportunities. When disagreement is poorly dealt with, the outcome can be contention. Contention creates a sense of psychological distance between people, such as feelings of dislike, bitter antagonism, competition, alienation, and disregard.

Authors: 
Gregorio Billikopf
Publisher: 
University of California
Year: 
1994

La Negociación Creativa

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Authors: 
Gregorio Billikopf Encina
Publisher: 
University of California
Year: 
1994

Interpersonal Negotiation Skills

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Authors: 
Gregorio Billikopf
Publisher: 
University of California
Year: 
1994

Políticas Laborales de la Empresa

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Authors: 
Gregorio Billikopf Encina
Publisher: 
University of California
Year: 
1994

Policies and Handbooks

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Authors: 
Gregorio Billikopf
Publisher: 
University of California
Year: 
1994

Rotación o Movimiento de Personal

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El movimiento de personal (o rotación de empleados) puede perjudicar la productividad de un predio y con frecuencia es un síntoma de otros problemas. Un administrador de una lechería lo planteó de este modo: "Cada vez que me deja un ordeñador, pierdo una vaca". El cambio frecuente de personal en una explotación ganadera, desordena la rutina, incomoda a los animales y afecta la seguridad y la salud del rebaño.

Authors: 
Gregorio Billikopf Encina
Publisher: 
University of California
Year: 
1994

Conducting Effective Meetings

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In general, policies are guidelines to decision making—once in place, each decision does not have to be made anew from scratch. Policies reflect a company’s value system. The tone and language of policy statements will be taken as reflections of management attitudes toward employees. Personnel policies also outline expected worker conduct.

Most personnel decisions can be guided by policy determinations. Should all workers be given a practical test before being selected? Should employees be paid at the going rate, a cut above, or a cut below?

Authors: 
Gregorio Billikopf
Publisher: 
University of California
Year: 
1994
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