Research Paper On Drinking Water Analysis

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  • Safe Water/Liberia

    This paper addresses the problem of access to safe, clean drinking water in Liberia, Five pages in length, seven sources are cited.

  • A Drink to Compete with Coca Cola and Pepsi - LOL in Australia

    A new drink has been launched in Australia and New Zealand. LOL is a carbonated fruit juice drink which is competing head to head with major carbonated brands. The position and achievements of the brand are examined using a SWOT analysis. Nine sources are cited in the bibliography of this six page paper.

  • Review of "Making Horses Drink: How to Lead and Succeed in Business"

    A 3 page book review. Author Alex Hiam refers in the title of his book Making Horses Drink: How to Lead and Succeed in Business to the old adage, "You can lead a horse to water, but you can't make him drink." The author maintains that astute managers not only can "make horses drink" – it's their job - but must do so if their companies are to be successful over time. In the end, "making horses drink" is a function of being honest with employees; communicating with them fully and frequently; and treating them as valuable assets rather than necessary evils. The author and the paper uses Southwest Airlines as a primary example. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

  • Review of "Making Horses Drink: How to Lead and Succeed in Business"

    A 3 page book report listing all of the chapters of the book. Author Alex Hiam refers in the title of his book Making Horses Drink: How to Lead and Succeed in Business to the old adage, "You can lead a horse to water, but you can't make him drink." The author maintains that astute managers not only can "make horses drink" – it's their job - but must do so if their companies are to be successful over time. In the end, "making horses drink" is a function of being honest with employees; communicating with them fully and frequently; and treating them as valuable assets rather than necessary evils. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

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