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    • Recruitment and retention within the Dublin financial services sector 

      Roche, Julie (Portobello College, 2001)
      Like many of its European counterparts, Ireland has experienced considerable variation in levels of economic activity over the past 20 years. Throughout much of the 1980s, economic growth was sluggish and inflation was ...
    • Regulation of the gas industry. Bord Gais Eireann : a case study 

      Parker, Michaele (Portobello College, 2003)
      The focus of this dissertation is analysis of the effects of Market Opening on the Bord Gais Eireann Information Systems, Information Technology Infrastructures and the Information Technology Department Structure. The ...
    • Remote working. A case study of remote working in HP 

      O'Brien, Lisa (Portobello College, 2003)
      This dissertation examines the policies and procedures that HP uses in the area of Remote Working. Remote working can be defined as working independent of location using information and communication technologies. This ...
    • Resistance to Change 

      Abbas, Yousif A. (Dublin Business School, 2001)
      Traditionally, resistance has been cast as adversarial the enemy of change that must be overcome if change is to be successful. While it is apparent that classical management theory viewed resistance in such a manner, ...
    • Results Web Page 

      Morgan, Darragh; Young, Richard (Dublin Business School, 2001)
      The identification of the project took place in January 2001 and we determined that its aim would be to provide a secure means of displaying students' mid-term exam, assignment, final exam and overall results on a Web page, ...
    • ROD: A Virtual Robot in a Closed Environment 

      Coyle, John (Dublin Business School, 2001)
      This paper is concerned with the research completed for the fourth year project, 'ROD: A Virtual Robot in a closed environment. It gives an introduction to the topic and the related areas. It defines the environment in ...
    • The role of the IT manager and CIO in the modern computer industry 

      Ceresa, Elena (Dublin Business School, 2001)
      This study focuses on the "Role of the IT Managers and CIOs in the Modern Computer Industry". It contains a research on the changes in experience, education, required skills and responsibilities that this profile entails ...
    • SAP and the Irish Times 

      Meade, John (Dublin Business School, 2002)
      R/3 from SAP AG is an integrated, client/server, distributed system with a graphical user inter-face, it can operate on a wide range of mainframes, minicomputers, and servers, as well as many different operating systems. ...
    • Searching for the optimal menu based user interface using HCI concepts 

      Taylor, Stephen (Dublin Business School, 2002)
      Since research began on user interfaces the overall goal of the developers was to find the ultimate interface that met all of the users needs and requirements and to this day they have never reached their goal. In all ...
    • Secure computerised system, NBB 

      Khalaf, Hussein (Dublin Business School, 2002)
      The objective of this dissertation is to discuss the security system of National Bank of Bahrain. A system has been developed in Oracle Database for the bank use, which is more secure while users in the bank are making any ...
    • The security of e-commerce transactions 

      Farrelly, Tony (Portobello College, 2001)
      Purpose: The purpose of this dissertation is to carry out an examination of the security of commercial transactions carried out over the Internet: (i) To explain what exactly the Internet is and how e-commerce has evolved ...
    • The selection interview: why use competency based interviews? 

      O'Neill, Siobhan (Dublin Business School, 2001)
      In this dissertation I have looked at the area of selection techniques. I have split the literature review into two separate parts, firstly dealing with the concept of unstructured interviews and secondly the concept of ...
    • Should organisations join the e-learning revolution? 

      Johnston, Grainne (Dublin Business School, 2003)
      The author first came in contact with the subject of E-Learning in previous academic work. As organisations become more competitive the area of training becomes increasingly important for them, and thus for HR. E-Learning ...
    • Social media marketing and its impact on travel decisions 

      Cheung, Wei Fung (Dublin Business School, 2016)
      The aim of this project revolves around social media marketing, and how it is been use by consumers to benefit and carry out their trip planning in an efficient way also to the impacts there is. In addition to seeing the ...
    • Social media, brand content & millennials. To investigate the impacts of branded content through social media on the millennials purchasing intentions process 

      de Tugny, Paul Gondallier (Dublin Business School, 2015)
      During the last ten years Social Media have taken place in our lives. With currently more than 2 billion social media users and a rate of penetration about 29% (Kemp, S, 2015), social media are still essential to share and ...
    • Software localisation 

      Lau, Jenny (Dublin Business School, 2002)
      The report is divided into seven chapters. The first chapter provides an overview of the history of the translation industry and an introduction to localisation and internationalisation. A global localization process is ...
    • Staff motivation and its impact on performance in a retail environment 

      Ray, Jason (Dublin Business School, 2016)
      The main objective of my study; staff motivation and its impact on performance in a retail environment is to gain sufficient knowledge of how motivation can impact the performance of staff in the retail environment. Given ...
    • Strategic application of eCRM in today's business world 

      Feroz, Asif (Dublin Business School, 2003)
      In the last few years there has been a change from a product-oriented to a customer-oriented strategy. The philosophy, which is the basis for this new orientation is called Customer Relationship Management. Especially in ...
    • Strategic change. Case study of Motorola BV, Dublin 

      O'Rourke, Blathnaid (Dublin Business School, 2000)
      Perhaps the greatest competitive challenge organisations face is adjusting to and embracing non-stop change. They must be able to learn rapidly and continuously, innovate ceaselessly, and take on new strategic imperatives ...
    • A study of ergonomics with relation to HCI within the workplace 

      Quinn, Aisling (Dublin Business School, 2002)
      An Ergonomically friendly environment is essential within the workplace as it promotes higher staff morale, less: absences amongst employees from the workplace; due to pain felt from working on a computer and increased ...