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    • C.A.L.F.R.R. - Computer Aided Learning for Rugby Referees 

      Devitt, Eddie (Dublin Business School, 2001)
      This dissertation has been undertaken as a result of the authors ken interest in the area of Computer Aided Learning and refereeing. The aim of this report is to classify what Computer Aided Learning is, what areas has it ...
    • Can discount retailers integrate green strategies? 

      Zelli, Luca (Dublin Business School, 2014)
      The purpose of this study is to examine the impacts that green strategies have on a discount retailer; how green strategies can be marketed correctly to consumers and do green strategies have an effect on consumer ...
    • Carbon credit training 

      Ruigrok, David (Dublin Business School, 2008)
      Carbon Credit Trading is a product of the" ... 1998 Kyoto Accords on global warming, which call for reducing worldwide CO2 emissions to below 1990 levels." (Blank, 2001). The plan is a method, the merits, and or lack of ...
    • A case study of organizational structures & cultures : Batelco & Eircom 

      Janahi, Amer (Dublin Business School, 2001)
      The objective of this research is to examine and identify different types of management through analyzing their organizational structures and cultures. This work will identify each kind of organizational structures and ...
    • A case study on the performance related pay system within Abbey Ireland Ltd. and an evaluation of the effectiveness of the system 

      Brennan, Michelle (Dublin Business School, 2001)
      The purpose of this study is to review the performance related pay (PRP) system in operation within Abbey Ireland Ltd. and to consider if the objective of the process is being achieved. It is also intended to review the ...
    • Change management in the Irish leisure industry. A public sector perspective 

      Bonar, Redmond (Dublin Business School, 2002)
      In this paper I have carried out research in the area of Change Management in the Irish Leisure Industry. More specifically from a public sector (Local Authority) perspective so the company I have used is Kildare County ...
    • The changing face of Irish retailing 

      Bowen, Simon (Dublin Business School, 2003)
      The objective of this research was to assess the attitudes and opinions of retailers in the Irish retailing industry and their views on technology and the future of retailing. Six in-depth interviews were conducted with ...
    • CIE selection and implementation of an ERP solution 

      Kavanagh, Christopher (Dublin Business School, 2003)
      In 1996, CIE, the Semi-State body charged with providing Bus and Rail travel throughout the Republic of Ireland, had come to the conclusion that their legacy IT/IS systems were becoming obsolete and increasingly difficult ...
    • A comparative study on recent developments in codification of employment rights in Russia and Ireland : issues and perspectives 

      Poroshin, Alexey (Portobello College, 2004)
      This paper provides a comparative analysis of Russian and Irish legal systems, and examines some of the changes in employment legislation that have occurred over the last fifteen years. A critical review of the legislation ...
    • A comparison of planned systems implementation with actual implementation relative to business systems 

      Brady, Edward T.J. (Dublin Business School, 2001)
      AB of today (May '01) IBM Microelectronics Division in Dublin still receives approximately 10% of their incoming supply from Altis (approximately 400,000 microchips per week). They are still operating through the use of ...
    • The competitive environment in the computer game industry 

      Jennings, Shane (Dublin Business School, 2003)
      The purpose of this dissertation is to give you an insight and a better understanding of the competition within the computer game industry. I will go into detail and discuss the big players that are involved in the industry ...
    • Computer animations on mobile phones 

      Cussen, John (Dublin Business School, 2002)
      Computer animation is an industry that is growing rapidly and is being accepted more by the fans of animation. The increasing growth of computer power is making computer animation better and is allowing the animators to ...
    • Computers in catering. The way forward 

      George, Roy (Dublin Business School, 2001)
      Since the development of wireless networking technology, over ten years ago, there has been a proliferation in the number of Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs) present in the marketplace. This article analyses the current ...
    • Consumer behavior concerning the e-business in the French pharmaceutical industry 

      Guinamand, Maud (Dublin Business School, 2010)
      The aim of this research project is to analyze the way in which consumers act about their medicines purchase and to show that consumer behavior is one of the most decisive factors in the development or the failure of ...
    • Consumers’ concerns around the issue of geolocation systems for mobile marketing 

      Dubos Le Cadre, Chloe (Dublin Business School, 2016)
      Purpose: The purpose of this research is to investigate consumers’ attitudes toward and acceptance of the use of geolocation in mobile marketing. Methodology: The researcher adopted a survey strategy. A quantitative method ...
    • Creating accessible web pages for users with disabilities 

      Dunne, Joanne (Dublin Business School, 2002)
      As the Internet is being used more widely, it is up to the Web Developer to ensure that all Web pages are accessible to all users, including users with disabilities. As there is an increase in Web sites published today, ...
    • Creating Competitive Advantage Through Web Technology 

      Ryan, John (Dublin Business School, 2001)
      What I tried to do in this Dissertation is to give some insight into the new field of Internet-based electronic commerce and how it can affect industry structures and transform value chains. The internet is seen as a ...
    • Customer information services - the way forward 

      Dunne, Rebecca (Portobello College, 2000)
      Information technology services are becoming more that just a source of information. Information technology is not only about computers, it is about business information. It is changing the way business is conducted. ...
    • Customer relationship management : business process or software solution? 

      Fitzgerald, Aveen (Dublin Business School, 2002)
      The purpose of this paper is to demonstrate how Customer Relationship Management applications can enable effective customer relationship management, provided that an organisation has the right leadership, strategy and ...
    • Determinants of an effective organisational security system 

      Beegan, Graham (Dublin Business School, 2003)
      This report focuses on the management of computer systems security within an organisation. The choice of topic was inspired by my interest in information computer security within organisations that are experiencing the ...