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Cypress Semiconductors

Cypress Semiconductors was founded in 1982 by Rodgers and 6 others and has grown into a $600 million semiconductor firm in 1994. Cypress semiconductors was forced to rethink on its original niche strategy and decided to compete in higher volume markets through competitive cost structure and rapidly introducing new products.Read More

Complex adaptive system

The reproduction of business units into smaller units as and when the need arose created units small enough to operate with a commonly shared set of values, philosophy and culture. The organization was bound together by the three interdependent core values: Employee Participation, Profit Sharing and Free Flow of Information.Read More

Non-participant observation

Observational research must respect the privacy and psychological well being of the people being studied. In this study informed consent was not obtained, therefore the study was conducted in an acceptable circumstance where people could expect to be to be watched by strangers. All information was confidential and participants couldRead More

The traditional system

In the atmosphere of the 1960s and 1970s in the UK many businesses gave considerable attention to their pluralistic, union-management – policies. The competitive pressures of the 1980s and 1990s coupled with a reduction of the bargaining power and ability to mobilise workers into strike situations considerably lessened the territoryRead More

Index System

All evidence collection should be undertaken in as timely a manner as possible, especially if biological evidence is involved. Humidity, direct sunlight, rain, and the growth of bacteria can all degrade samples beyond recovery. And removing the evidence to the inside of an evidence van sitting in bright sunlight doesn’tRead More

A formal PA system

A formal PA system can provide a framework within which appraisers and appraisees can operate. A PA system can be developed through a programme comprising some stages, such as, determine overall approach to performance appraisal, where and how PA should be introduced, decide who is to be covered, decide onRead More

Spring system starts oscillating

Hypothesis: When a mass is added at the end of the spring, downward force results in extension of the spring and from Hooke’s Law we know that F = kx. When additional mass is applied downward there is extra extension in the spring which when released causes the system toRead More

Ecosystems: Photosynthesis

One of the most common producers is green plants. These organisms absorb light energy from the sun or chemical reactions to convert carbon dioxide to organic matter. Green plants can also use water to convert carbon dioxide to organic compounds such as sugar glucose. The result of this is thatRead More

Education system

Hard Times is a powerful use of satire. The satire is aimed at the Victorian school system and some values of the Victorian period. The novel presents us a fictional town called ‘Coketown’. It introduces us to a man called Thomas Gradgrind, a satirical character with the basis of aRead More

The monotonous education system

A contrasting character to Sissy is Bitzer who is dull, pale and drained of any life or individuality. “the boy who was so light-eyed and light-haired that he looked as though, if he were cut, he would bleed white.” The fact her could have ‘bled white’ shows a contrast thatRead More


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