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3 Flawed business policies costing companies millions

Crispin Nkya

MBA / Finance Student

Business  Analysis 

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Can an organization have policy flaws? Absolutely, and it can cost a company millions of dollars in court costs, loss of customers, stock and share plummeting and of course competition taking over. 123 more words

"W"​ In SWOT Is A Big Thing To Be taken Into An Account

Where there are people, there surely is conflict. Conflicts are seen as negative. However, this is inaccurate as conflicts are necessary for healthy relationships.

Conflict should not be taken as a problem always. 928 more words

a BA Pole star for developers

There are two kinds of developers : ones who are truly passionate about everything technological and ones who see their craft as ‘just a job’. I’m obviously of the former kind and just can’t fathom the latter … 350 more words

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Outsourcing: Are you a fan? How does business analysts navigate these waters?

Crispin Nkya

MBA / Finance Student

Business  Analysis / International Trade

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American jobs are on attack, outsourcing of American jobs is a greater threat than communism, the loss of jobs is fool’s gold for companies , the track record of getting the outsourced jobs back to the United States is abysmal, are just a few headlines in the newspapers ,Television radio and internet blogs on replay every seconds of the day to show how bad offshoring and outsourcing have been to this great nation   (The Offshore Outsourcing of American Jobs: A Greater Threat Than Terrorism, 2010). 677 more words

What is your personal brand?

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Crispin Nkya
MBA/Finance Student
Business Analysis/ Process/ Human aspect.

People do business with people they can trust, relate to, who display confidence, genuine and approachable. 41 more words

Customer Analytics

I was spending almost a whole week to complete the Customer Analytics course as a part of Marketing Analytics online serial courses at the Wharton University of Pennsylvania on Coursera.  487 more words

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Understanding International Trade (Heckscher-Ohlin Theorem)

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Crispin Nkya

MBA / Finance Student

Business  Analysis / International Trade

The Heckscher-Ohlin theorem states that with two goods and two factors, each country will export the good that uses intensively the factor of production it has abundance and will import the other good, assuming labor and capital flow freely between industries, tastes are the same across countries ,the technologies for producing shoes and computers are the same across all countries, there’s free international trade in goods, the amounts of labor and capital  found in two countries  differ with foreign abundant in labor and home abundant in capital, the production of shoes is labor intensive as compared with computer production, which is capital intensive (Feenstra & Taylor, 2014). 494 more words

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