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    • How does the introduction of family friendly work arrangements effect the retention and attraction of employees? 

      Maidment, Lindsey (Dublin Business School, 2001)
      In recent years there has been an increasing need for organisations to focus on the value of human resources. They have realised that failing to retain staff can result in higher costs and reduced productivity. As a result ...
    • How ethical is the Irish Human Resource manager 

      Gormley, Jennifer (Dublin Business School, 2002)
      This study involved the face-to-face surveying of professionals from sample areas associated with the issue of Ethics in Irish banking today. The purpose of which was to examine business ethics in Irish business and the ...
    • How expert systems work: thinking machines or not! 

      O'Neill, Aoife (Dublin Business School, 2002)
      The text discussed in the following chapters is an analysis of different theories purported by Artificial Intelligence 'gurus', and a thorough discussion of Expert Systems. The future of machine intelligence is something ...
    • How to implement best practice in IT standardisation with particular reference to Vhi Healthcare 

      Lee, Michelle (Dublin Business School, 2002)
      This document looks at the approach to quality management systems with regard to implementing 'best practice' and IT standardisation within the IT Division of Vhi Healthcare. The IT Service Management (ITSM) process ...
    • Human resource policies and practices and the psychological contract in semi-state organisations in Ireland 

      Behan, Suzanne (Dublin Business School, 2001)
      The aim of this study is to determine the current state of the psychological contract and more generally explore whether a satisfactory employment relationship exists in semi-state organisations in Ireland. This will be ...
    • The impact and future of internet banking 

      Song, XuDong (Dublin Business School, 2003)
      What is online banking? Internet banking is a subject receiving great attention in the banking industry and the regulatory community. As with other areas of e-commerce, discussions about Internet banking often proceed ...
    • The impact of contactless payment on consumer spending 

      Hui, Chun Kit (Dublin Business School, 2016)
      This paper estimate the effect of contactless payment do to consumer in terms of chances of overspending rather than paying by cash. The devices that are investigated are debit and credit cards, to which the feature is ...
    • The impact of Guiness's rebranding on consumer's perception of the brand 

      Mauranx, Lucie (Dublin Business School, 2011)
      The purpose of this research project was to identify the impact of Guinness’s rebranding on consumer’s perception of brand image. We decided to focus on this subject because it concerned one of the most famous brands of ...
    • The impact of internet banking and electronic payment 

      Xu, Haiou (Dublin Business School, 2002)
      Banks have the reputation of being very old fashioned and traditional industry. However, they have now changed with the times and have joined the information age. With the rapid reduction in the cost of purchasing a computer, ...
    • The impact of technology on the retail sector 

      O'Kane, John (Dublin Business School, 2002)
      The technological challenges involved in retailing include the planning of strategies to produce efficiency, effectiveness, advantage and profitability. How resources fit these strategies, the people involved etc. ultimately ...
    • The impact of the Internet on airline reservation systems 

      Chan, Aisling (Dublin Business School, 2001)
      Today, online web sites are already available in different types of business sectors such as banking, insurance, stocks, auctions and airline industries, and so on. The Internet is becoming an integral part of everyday ...
    • Impact of tourism on the Irish economy 

      Pinaeva, Marina (Dublin Business School, 2016)
      Along with an increase in tourism numbers, there has also been an increase in tourist spending, and in the amount of employment created by the tourism industry. The most important tourism-generating regions are Europe, ...
    • The implementation of an enterprise-wide multi-site ERP solution in Hewlett Packard : a case study of the HP IPS global SAP R/3 implementation 

      Brennan, Emmanuel (Dublin Business School, 2002)
      In 1997, due to increasing environmental and competitive pressures, Hewlett Packard's Imaging and Print Systems (IPS) business unit made the strategic decision to implement ERP to optimise its supply chain performance. IPS ...
    • Implementing a remote access solution. Siemens Limited - a case study 

      Owens, Miriam (Portobello College, 2001)
      The research for this study was collected first hand over a period of 12 months in which the RAS solution for the case study in question, an international company "Siemens Limited", was conceptualised and implemented. This ...
    • Importance of biometrics to business 

      Wilson, Patrick (Dublin Business School, 2001)
      Biometrics is a method of providing authentication through measurable physical characteristics. It uses characteristics of the body as a method to code or scramble/descramble data. Physical characteristics such as fingerprints, ...
    • The importance of culture and communication during mergers and acquisitions 

      Gibney-Lyons, Lorraine (Dublin Business School, 2001)
      The purpose of this study is to examine the importance of cultural integration and communication during mergers and acquisitions. It further aims to identify the role the Human Resource Department has during this process. ...
    • An in-depth study of ecotourism : an European perspective 

      Landou, Marion (Dublin Business School, 2011)
      This research analyses one service that has gone through metamorphosis in recent years: Tourism. Indeed, a new tourism has been born: eco tourism, or green tourism. This sector of activity is an important part in economic ...
    • Information Systems in contemporary Irish legal practices and the application of progressive IT Systems thereto 

      Hughes, Aileen (Dublin Business School, 2002)
      Analysis of predominant IT systems applicable to Irish firms at present highlights particular software development in such areas as legal accounting, document processing, precedents application and file management systems. ...
    • Interactive television and why it needs to grow responsibly 

      Gargan, Colm (Portobello College, 2002)
      Within the vast spectrum of today's Information society, Television is considered to be central to most people's domestic life and to the cultural, socio-political and consumer awareness of people throughout the world. ...
    • Internet banking and its effects 

      Healy, Marie (Portobello College, 2000)
      The Internet is changing the way of life and this includes the way we currently bank. The last couple of years has seen drastic improvements and changes from traditional based banking toward more convenient, preferential ...