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UOTTAWASCS 2150Benjamin ZylaFall

SCS2150 notes - Introduction to Methodology in the Social Sciences

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UOTTAWAPAP 1301Joseph RomanFall

PAP 1301 Study Guide - Final Guide: Alternative Civilian Service, Great Depression, Procyclical And Countercyclical

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5 Dec 2013
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States are a european form of political organizations and institution. Except for the vatican, singapore, lichtenstein every country is a state. Coloni
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UOTTAWAADM 3334Suzanne PayetteFall

ADM 3334 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Collective Agreement, Collective Bargaining, Union Busting

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3 Dec 2013
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The study of employment in union and non-union organizations. Labour relations: the study of all aspects of the union-management relationship including
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UOTTAWAPAP 1301Joseph RomanFall

PAP 1301 Study Guide - New Public Management, Bureaucracy, Global Financial System

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3 Dec 2013
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The types of governances and their steering mechanisms. When concerning pa and governments it has only been a term for the past 20 years. Governments r
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UOTTAWAPAP 3350Joshua ZaatoFall

PAP 3350 Study Guide - The Communist Manifesto, International Financial Institutions, Stakeholder Analysis

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3 Dec 2013
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Lecture 1 (sept 11th): introduction to public policy and public policy making. Understand the importance, nature, and limits of public policies, the su
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UOTTAWAPOL 2101Gordon DigiacomoSummer

POL 2101 Study Guide - Final Guide: Constitutional Documents, Representative Democracy, Reference Question

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31 Jul 2013
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The actions people take to raise awareness of issues and influence the choice of government personnel and to shape the context of government policies (
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UOTTAWAPOL 2101Gordon DigiacomoFall

POL 2101 Study Guide - Final Guide: Naqvi, Advocacy Group, Responsible Government

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31 Jul 2013
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33: define federalism: federalism is a system of governance characterized by the constitutionally entrenched divisions of law-making powers between the
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UOTTAWAPOL 2101Gordon DigiacomoSummer

POL 2101 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Supreme Court Of Canada, Ronald Inglehart, Civic Engagement

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31 Jul 2013
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Chapter 1: intro to canadian government and politics. Politics: the activity in which groups of individuals struggle for power and advantage to determi
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UOTTAWAPOL 2101Gordon DigiacomoSummer

POL 2101 Study Guide - Final Guide: Liberal Democracy, Civic Engagement, Civic Nationalism

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31 Jul 2013
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Canadian politics is a sub-field of politics, comparative politics, etc . Influencing and making policy: the art and science of governments, politics i
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UOTTAWAADM 2372Nour El- KadriWinter

ADM 2372 Study Guide - Final Guide: Computer-Supported Cooperative Work, Enterprise Portal, Document Management System

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22 Apr 2013
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Data are raw facts that describe the characteristics of an event. Information is data converted into a meaningful and useful context. Information granu
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UOTTAWAADM 2372Nour El- KadriWinter

ADM 2372 Study Guide - Internet Service Provider, Hypertext Transfer Protocol, Business Process Modeling

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22 Apr 2013
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Improve customer satisfaction: reduce costs, competitive advantages, generate growth, streamline supply chain, global expansion. Metrics: things that m
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UOTTAWAENG 1100Kevin GildeaWinter

ENG 1100 Study Guide - Thesis Statement, Topic Sentence, The Technique

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22 Apr 2013
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, but/yet (in the middle of a sentence: exception: everyone except john went to the store. I like apples, oranges, peaches and cream: being technical:
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UOTTAWAENG 1100Kevin GildeaWinter

ENG 1100 Study Guide - Thesis Statement, Topic Sentence, The Technique

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22 Apr 2013
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, but/yet (in the middle of a sentence: exception: everyone except john went to the store. I like apples, oranges, peaches and cream: being technical:
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UOTTAWAADM 2372Nour El- KadriWinter

ADM2372 Final review.docx

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22 Apr 2013
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Data are raw facts that describe the characteristics of an event. Information is data converted into a meaningful and useful context. Information granu
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UOTTAWAADM 2372Nour El- KadriWinter

ADM 2372 Study Guide - Internet Service Provider, Hypertext Transfer Protocol, Business Process Modeling

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22 Apr 2013
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Improve customer satisfaction: reduce costs, competitive advantages, generate growth, streamline supply chain, global expansion. Metrics: things that m
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UOTTAWAADM 2337Magda DoniaFall

ADM2337 Final Review - Magda Donia

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13 Apr 2013
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Not in need of all the legal info to be in hr. The gov"t role is to make sure there is shared responsibility between the org and employees. Every legal
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UOTTAWAPAP 2320Joshua ZaatoWinter

PAP 2320 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: New Public Management, Common Sense Revolution, Service Canada

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11 Feb 2013
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UOTTAWAPAP 2320Joshua ZaatoWinter

PAP 2320 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Common Law, English Law, Precedent

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11 Feb 2013
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Lecture 10 (feb 7th): the constitution and law. The history of the canadian legal system can be traced to 2 main sources: legal systems developed by th
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UOTTAWAPAP 2320Joshua ZaatoWinter

PAP 2320 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Entrust, Kpmg, Pricewaterhousecoopers

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11 Feb 2013
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Lecture 9 (feb 4th): re-examining npm advocates and critics. The advent of the npm has set off a lively debate in the academic community that studies p
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UOTTAWAPAP 2320Joshua ZaatoWinter

PAP 2320 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Department Of Finance Canada, Treasury Board, Cabinet Collective Responsibility

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11 Feb 2013
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Lecture 7 (jan 28th): the machinery of government. In canada, departmental organizations are governed by the financial administration act (faa) and abo
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UOTTAWAPAP 2320Joshua ZaatoWinter

PAP 2320 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Judicial Independence, Neoliberalism, Royal Assent

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11 Feb 2013
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UOTTAWAPAP 2320Joshua ZaatoWinter

PAP 2320 Lecture Notes - Frederick Winslow Taylor, Midvale Steel, Public Administration

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11 Feb 2013
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Lecture 5 (jan 21rst): structuralist, humanist, and other approaches to public management. Structuralist theories view workers in administrative and bu
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UOTTAWAPAP 2320Joshua ZaatoWinter

PAP 2320 Study Guide - The Communist Manifesto, Class Conflict, Sponsorship Scandal

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11 Feb 2013
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Lecture 4 (jan 17th): theoretical approaches and historical perspectives. As we have already indicated, public bureaucracy is the primary organising pr
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UOTTAWAPAP 2320Joshua ZaatoWinter

PAP 2320 Study Guide - Barbara Carroll, Neoconservatism, Peer Pressure

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11 Feb 2013
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Lecture 3 (jan 14th): public and private sectors compared. Similar to the politics-administration dichotomy, the public-private conundrum goes back a l
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UOTTAWAPAP 2300Joshua ZaatoWinter

PAP 2300 Study Guide - Political Question, Walmart, Red Tape

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11 Feb 2013
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UOTTAWAADM 2337Magda DoniaWinter

ADM 2337 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Canadian Human Rights Act, Diversity Training, Human Resources

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5 Feb 2013
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Chapter 1: strategies, trends, and challenges in hrm. If they are well treated they will perform better. Human resources: the people in the org. Hr str
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UOTTAWAECO 1102Claude ThéorêtFall

ECO 1102 Study Guide - Phillips Curve, Savings Account, Gdp Deflator

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13 Dec 2012
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Society"s gets most it can from its scarce resources. Benefits from using resources to produce goods and services are distributed fairly among members.
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UOTTAWAADM 2336Rami AlasadiFall

ADM 2336 Study Guide - Expectancy Theory, Job Enrichment, Equity Theory

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5 Dec 2012
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Important in: global competition, rapid changes, flexibility, customer dedication. Motivation from another (boss, parent, bonuses, raises) Considers if
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UOTTAWAADM 2336Rami AlasadiFall

ADM 2336 Lecture Notes - Organizational Commitment, Reinforcement, Job Satisfaction

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5 Dec 2012
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Increasing the probability of behaviour by positive or negative reinforcement. Positive reinforcement: increase the probability of behaviour by adding
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UOTTAWAADM 2336Rami AlasadiFall

ADM 2336 Study Guide - Final Guide: Job Rotation, Work Unit, Zooey Deschanel

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5 Dec 2012
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UOTTAWAADM 2320James BowenFall

ADM 2320 Study Guide - Final Guide: Walkman, Observability, Direct Marketing

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5 Dec 2012
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E. d smith: uses fcus groups and surveys to generate new product ideas. In-store taste test provide new insights: generates dialogue in jam aisles, new
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