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Enhancement of the nation's income whilst maintaining the national wealth that will support future consumption.
The concept of creating business policies that are financially supportable over a long period of time without taking away too many financial resources of the organisation.
Business policies that are financially supportable over a long period of time without taking away too many financial resources of the organisation.
Factors that cause the average cost of producing or providing something (such as insurance products/services) to drop as output increases.
Increased output using the same number of inputs.
Electronic funds transfer at point of sale.
This involves sending messages directly to consumers through various electronic means including mobile phone, SMS messages and email. Electronic direct marketing usually includes a call to action in the material.
Where employees are fully involved in, and enthusiastic about their work, and act in a way that furthers the interests of the business.
The number of employees that remain with a business over a particular period of time. High levels of retention are seen to reflect good HR practices and employee relations.
Organisations that have policies and practices in place that attract higher calibre people to work for them and where the organisation is able to retain them for longer than their competitors.
Influences the way prospective and current and employees view the business and the employment experience that the business offers.
Granting formal and explicit approval.
When human activity increases the gases that are a natural part of the atmosphere, for example, carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide and fluorocarbons which trap heat above the world’s surface.
A person willing to take risks and start new business ventures.
The willingness to take risks and start new business ventures.
Willing to take risks and start new business ventures.
Tools for managing the impact of an organisation's activities on the environment.
A reduction of threats to the environment and improvements in the health of our ecosystems.
Equitable policies and practices in recruitment, selection, training and promotion.
Equity is the ownership interest in a company in the form of shares. Equity raising here would be the buying up of shares to increase this ownership interest.
Codes of conduct, policies and procedures adopted by society, an organisation or industry.
Refers to the beliefs of a business about what is considered right or wrong behaviour; these beliefs guide business practice.
Refers to the beliefs of a business about what is considered right or wrong behaviour; these beliefs guide business practice.
The greenhouse gas emissions trading scheme operating within the European Union.
The practical management activity of 'getting things done' that allows a business to actually achieve its goals. The term was popularised by business leaders Larry Bossidy and Ram Charan.
Goods or services that are sold to overseas consumers by domestic producers.
Factors external to the business that influence its operation and actions. They include such things such as economic conditions, consumer behaviour and technological developments.

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