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Quality management is

Thursday, February 25th, 2010

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Quality management is called quality management aspect of the overall business function that determines and implements the quality policy. Achieving the desired quality requires the commitment and participation of all members of the company, the management responsibility lies with the senior management of the company. This management includes planning, organization and control of system development and other activities related to quality, implementation of quality policy of a company requires a quality system, understood as the whole structure, organization, responsibilities, processes , procedures and resources that are established to carry out quality management. The quality system shall not extend further than the requirements for quality objectives.

General information

Thursday, February 25th, 2010

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Mission: The mission of the Universidad Anahuac is shared with the Anahuac University Network which is “to facilitate the process of formation and development of people of integrity who, for his excellent professional training and international cultural , for his deep human and moral formation, inspired by the perennial values of Christian humanism, for their genuine social conscience and by his leadership of positive action, promote the authentic development of man and society. “Name:” Anahuac “literally means” near water “. They are named institutions, following the location of the first university in this network, the campus” Universidad Anahuac Mexico Norte “located in the area of Lomas Anahuac in Interlomas in the City Mexico.Symbolically, the name refers to “the central lakes region that gave the capital seat Aztec Tenochtitlan, the center’s most populous and largest cultural development of Central America, where it now stands in Mexico City and in it, the University “Motto:” Vince in bono malum “overcome evil with good”, is the synthesis of the philosophy of the institution. Any conception that banishes negative attitudes. An affirmative action program to overcome evil with good, ignorance of science improvisation evil with good professionalism supported by the modern technique, the practical materialism bad with the good of humanity that recognizes the spiritual nature of the human person, the evil of social antagonisms with the good of concord and harmony, the evil of injustice to the good of charity, the selfish indulgence of evil with good, openness and faith in God. Coat / logo: The logo of the Anahuac University is a tissue in the process.As a fabric is made up of many threads, education in the Anahuac University seeks to bring together the faculties of the students and integrate fully into their work life: the complete fulfillment of their professional and personal vocation, their role in history and in the culture of Mexico. In the sake of the development of self and society, each student can overcome the evil that haunts the man.

Business Strategy at

Thursday, February 25th, 2010

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A level Business Strategy is an integrated and coordinated set of commitments and actions designed to deliver value to customers and gain competitive advantage by harnessing the skills in specific product markets. Strategic competitiveness increases when a company can develop and exploit new skills, faster than that with which competitors can imitate the competitive advantages that result from their abilities. The basis for the business-level strategy to be successful are the customers, so companies analyze three important aspects: Who, What and How. Knowing these features enable the company determines customer groups who will serve those needs exist and which seeks to satisfy customers, and the skills they have and you can use to meet the needs of customers.

Product Life Cycle

Monday, February 22nd, 2010

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Product Life Cycle The product life cycle (sometimes CVP) is the evolution of sales of an item during the time that remains on the market. The products do not generate a maximum sales volume immediately after entering the market or maintain their growth indefinitely. The concept of “life cycle of a product is a marketing tool and marketing. The conditions under which a product is sold changes over time, and sales vary and pricing strategies, distribution, promotion … (variables of the ‘marketing mix’) must be adjusted taking into account the time or life cycle phase in which the product is located.


Monday, February 22nd, 2010

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Almost three hundred birds, two hundred of them biutres tawny despezadas under the blades of wind turbines has been the cifa chosen by the Ministry of the Environment to do “something” which, fortunately, has been the cessation of two wind farms.It must be said that the “wind companies” have cheated, the administration had small parks with a given power that exceeded the Environmental Impact Assessments with ease but then, cup to cup, became de facto parks posed macro a real barrier for the big birds. If the companies have cheated, the administration has been guilty of na ve-not to shuffle other considerations-and it seems incredible that technicians were unrelated projects around the park with others. New wind farms in Castell n (area of El Toro and Ragudo) threaten to follow the same line if the administration does not prevent it.The problem is that populations of raptors that may affect more delicate and with far fewer copies, as Exceptional Montagu’s Harrier colony established in the area, so the death of only a half dozen of these birds could lead to the extinction of the colony. Mortality of vultures is the Consell to close two wind farms in Els Ports The Department of Environment ordered the May 30 the suspension of wind farms and Arriello Folch II wind zone 3, of the need to take measures to prevent the high mortality rate of vultures by impact with wind turbines. Ramon Pardo / J.Sunday, Castell The Regional Minister Jose Ramon Garcia Anton justified in his response to Deputy Initiative, M nica Oltra, the measure by the need to reassess the impact that the operation of wind farms in zones 1, 2 and 3 are on the vulture population and for the “development company” Renomar, start “further corrective measures. The decision of the conselleria comes after allegations from many environmental groups, concerned about the high rate of mortality of birds protected by law, which has led to the filing of a complaint with the Prosecutor to investigate Castell almost 300 deaths of birds, over 200 griffon vultures, by impacts with wind turbines and wind farms and Els Ports Maestrat whose exploitation awarded the company the Consell Renomar.In its complaint asked to establish whether both have responsibility for a possible crime against natural resources and environment by the installation and operation of the mills. And, if so, punish them. The first raptor 9 deaths occurred in November 2006 in Torremir , prompting the then Regional Minister, Esteban Gonzalez Pons, to create a commission to study and follow up with the company Renomar to know the causes of these deaths and implement remedial measures, as zebra blade placement. He even raised the possibility of recalling mills or close the parks to put at risk the survival of birds protected by law. Deputy Initiative, M nica Oltra, Consell regrets that the attempt to minimize the effects from the beginning of the parks over the colonies of vultures and that any corrective action was taken “after learning of the losses occasioned mills in the griffon vulture.

legends abound about

Wednesday, February 17th, 2010

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legends abound about the origins of Russian roulette. Most of these, as expected, occur in Russia, or occur among Russian soldiers. In a Russian legend of the nineteenth century, some prisoners were forced to play it in front of the prison guards while making bets on the outcome. In another version, Russian military officials were playing Russian roulette in despair. The earliest known use of the term Russian roulette appears in a short story by Georges Surdez, published in the issue of January 30, 1937 Collier’s Magazine. In this, a Russian army sergeant in the French Foreign Legion tells the narrator: “Feldheim … Ever heard of Russian Roulette ” When I told him I knew nothing, he told me all about it.”When I was with the Russian army in Romania, around 1917, and things went from bad to worse, the officers began to lose their prestige, money, family, country and feared they would be dishonored before their colleagues of the allied armies Some suddenly drew his revolver, anywhere, on the table in a cafe, a gathering of friends, extracting a cartridge from the cylinder, spun it, closed it again, put it on his head and squeezed the trigger. There are five possibilities for the hammer strikes a cartridge and a living. At times it has happened and come out alive, sometimes not. ” It is unclear whether the officers played Russian roulette in the tsarist era. In a text on the Czarist officer corps, John Bushnell, an expert on Russian history at Northwestern University, cited two reports about contemporary Russian army veterans: The Duel (1905) by Aleksandr Kuprin And since the double eagle until the red flag (1921) by Pyotr Krasnov.Both books talk about the outrageous behavior of the official suicide, but none of them mention of Russian roulette. If the game originated in real life and not fiction, it is unlikely to know for sure today. The standard weapon supplied to the Russian officers from 1895 to 1930 was the Nagant M1895, a double action revolver whose drum rotates clockwise until the hammer is cocked. However, using seven cartridges and not six, which casts some doubt on the accuracy of the reference made in Collier’s. It is possible that Russian officers shot six and kept the seventh cartridge if living out of a battle. The only reference to anything like Russian roulette in Russian literature is contained in a book entitled A Hero of Our Time, written by Mikhail Lermontov (1840, translated by Vladimir Nabokov in 1958), in which a similar act is performed by a Serbian soldier in the story’s fatalistic.

Creative work

Monday, February 15th, 2010

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Creative work is generally composed of graphic design department, an art director, a creative advertising copywriter whose primary task in designing and coding the content of the campaign. This is the work done by the building department, which is composed art direction art directors and copies (ors). The ors have the task of writing and make the messages, adapting them to the media selected by the media department. In that section and depending on the different types of interests of each company with an advertising agency determined, creators can have the functions of corporate imaging, or other picturesque settings in relation to the interest of the company. The creative department is one that takes all the publicity for it is he who knows the client, their needs and requirements.

Competitive Advantages

Monday, February 15th, 2010

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1. The collection includes steel chain steel, manufacture of hot-rolled steel bars, rods, plates and wire rods (used in infrastructure), cold rolled items (used in metalworking to manufacture appliances) , flat coated (used for the manufacture of casings and packaging) and welded pipe. These products are produced from smelting processes, rolling and forging, among others. At the stage of production of steel, the most common form in the world is through the semi-integrated steel industry, which is a set of processes that use scrap as raw material of iron or steel, ferroalloys, coke and cal. 2. Policies affecting the production chain: The scrap price nationwide is low, therefore the business is to send the material in markets abroad will give a better price, affecting some small smelters material in the country due to this situation the government has imposed certain restrictions on the output of scrap copper especially in Decree No. 1771 of 2004 establishing a quota of 4,700 tons for exports of semi waste and scrap. By 2006 change to 10500 tonnes. At this time the decree no longer applies but may be put one by the constant intervention of Fedemetal camera. 3. WEAKNESSES The sector lacks export trend as demonstrates its negative trade balance. The per capita steel consumption in Colombia is low. Delay in innovation and technology development in the sector. Difficulty in access to credit. The internal rates are expensive. STRENGTHS Good name and prestige in the international arena. Stability of the workforce. Creative human capital and capacity Troubleshoot. Negotiation skills. Ease of assimilation of new Technologies. New awareness of the need for reduced environmental impact. High availability of material for recycling The high environmental impact caused by solid waste makes the recycling process and chatarrizacion count on support from many businesses and nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) worldwide, and projects that are geared towards environmental recovery have a positive response the part of government bodies. The pollution problem is serious worldwide therefore the area where we are raiding has a good future, and we hit this problem. 4. Value added The added value that our company stands for is the cost we can offer favorable because as I quoted earlier in Colombia is very low cost of scrap and because of the lack of modernization of this industry and a few businessmen who so far exist in our country dedicated to this business, we facilitate the achievement of both raw materials and cost competitiveness. Besides structured a company with a dynamic and agile operational plan based on diversification of production alternatives, which allows us to get our product in a timely, effective and efficient consumer. 5. Strategy 1: Ensure the provision and access to the raw material for the network on competitive terms. Description: Access to raw materials is essential to ensure sustainability of production and product generation. Strategy 2: Increasing the productivity of the chain. Description: Increase productivity through improved network of technology levels and skilled labor. Strategy 3: Improving infrastructure and logistics chain. Description: Improve the infrastructure and logistics chain through reductions in production costs. Strategy 4: Development and market access Description: To achieve and strengthen the company’s competitive participation in domestic and international markets, exploring the various alternatives within a legal and ethical context of the marketer. Strategy 5: The implementation of the above strategies allows us to diversify our market achieved global coverage and thus manage our product from serious analysis to markets where currency fluctuation favors us, without prejudice to our customers, achieving a stock exchange. 6 Partial Scope Agreement signed between Panama and Colombia was signed on 9 July 1993 and the Treaty entered into force 18 January 1995.


Monday, February 15th, 2010

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TABLE OF CONTENTS 1 – Introduction. 2 – Objectives. 3 – Scope. 4 – Activity diagrams. 5 – Glossary. 6 – Conclusion. 7 – Bibliography. INTRODUCTION Training for development projects is the educational event at the confluence of students, teachers, educational environment, training programs, facilities, technological and business environment, strategies and methods for meaningful development where the learner can be assessed and certified for their expertise labor. The projects are the “activities” queens “of the student area.Are activities that encourage people to question things and not to settle with the first answer, problematizing and the reality. Activities are also allowed to design their work processes active and guide them to interact more independently with the culture and the natural world and living sociotechnologist. Are the activities that lead to put on the table what they really think about various topics. Are activities that are more strongly into play and inventive ideas, leading them to mobilize their theories and compare them with others and with experience, thus contributing to the further development of conceptions. They are the most space activities open to the interests of learners and their growing ability to participate knowingly in the conduct of their learning processes. Cognitive achievements of the projects, interrelated, are not fully achieved in other ways.Learning without projects is unfortunately incomplete learning, which allows trainees to provide the most enriching experiences. Anyone, young or old, who has had the opportunity to develop an authentic manner (ie independent) investigation, however small it may be, may realize that this activity occurs in those who follow a great satisfaction, and encourages learn more, to further deepen the investigation, as you can not do any other training method. OBJECTIVES v To develop knowledge, skills, abilities, skills and values for the creation of job skills through the experience gained during the completion of the training project. SCOPE The training project begins with the analysis and research on theoretical foundations, and ends with the presentation and evaluation. GLOSSARY Learning: is a relatively permanent change in the behavioral repertoire (behavioral) of a subject product of experience. Project: a project is essentially a set of interrelated activities, with a beginning and a definite end. Training: means all studies and learning aimed at the integration, reintegration. FINDINGS Training for projects is an innovative learning strategy which enables the learner to solve problems to make your learning fast and with quality, developing job skills through the expertise in social media and business. REFERENCES Let me tell Sena v magazine. v v

Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy

Sunday, February 14th, 2010

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Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS). Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD) is a complex disease (ICD-9 CM 733.7), whose causes are unknown and can have serious consequences. Typically, the diagnosis is delayed. Usually occurs after trauma, large (fracture) or small (even a sprain) and produces a sensation of “burning important” trophic disorders of the skin and a phenomenon of exquisite sensitivity to the slightest touch or pain stimuli known as “allodynia”. Apparently, the sympathetic system is abnormally activated, producing substances that activate nociceptors and sustain pain while producing vasomotor permanent. If management does not start early, the clinical picture evolves almost inevitably to chronic impairment.