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A Study of Contemporary Franchising, with Particular Emphasis on Factors Leading to the Repurchase of Fast-Food Service Franchises

A Study of Contemporary Franchising, with Particular Emphasis on Factors Leading to the Repurchase of Fast-Food Service Franchises

Date: August 1972
Creator: Tinnery, Terry Jack, 1942-
Description: This study explores the question of whether repurchasing of service establishments is an inherent characteristic of service franchising. The answer to this question holds substantial consequences for the economy and for public policy toward franchising.
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Modern Problems and Practices of Management as Revealed in Selected Contemporary American Novels

Modern Problems and Practices of Management as Revealed in Selected Contemporary American Novels

Date: May 1972
Creator: Ashley, Janelle Coleman 1941-
Description: This study is an examination of the hypothesis that selected contemporary American novels offer vivid illustrations of modern problems and practices of management as seen in business and industry. Too often, university management courses treat management processes as isolated cases in limited and static settings. Novelists, on the other hand, treat these same processes in a broader context and often deal quite subtly and perceptively with everything from the mammoth corporation to the single proprietorship. Students proposing to become businessmen, therefore, should benefit from this novelistic perspective so frequently overlooked.
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A Systems Approach to Organization Design, Employing Minimum Required Coordination as a Design Parameter

A Systems Approach to Organization Design, Employing Minimum Required Coordination as a Design Parameter

Date: May 1972
Creator: Goff, Wayne Hulen
Description: The purpose of the research effort was to investigate the relationships that exist between managerial functions and organizational structure with the specific objective of employing the managerial function of coordination as a design parameter in designing organizations.
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The Total Quality Approach to Transistor Testing and Device Allocation

The Total Quality Approach to Transistor Testing and Device Allocation

Date: May 1971
Creator: Novak, Jarry Vaclav
Description: The purpose of this study is to design a transistor conversion system oriented toward quality categories rather than toward devices. Underlying this purpose are two working hypotheses: First, quality categories can be developed by capitalizing on transistor total quality and convertibility; second, a transistor conversion system oriented toward quality categories is superior to existing device-oriented methods.
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Community Leadership and Economic Growth

Community Leadership and Economic Growth

Date: December 1970
Creator: Jones, Hubert Kelly
Description: This study is concerned with discovering relationships between community power structures and economic growth. The economic growth in selected Northeast Texas counties and their major cities is compared with the power structures in each of these communities during the 1944 through 1968 period.
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An Evaluation of an Integrated Didactic and Experimental Training Approach for the Interpersonal Skills of Sheltered Workshop Supervisors

An Evaluation of an Integrated Didactic and Experimental Training Approach for the Interpersonal Skills of Sheltered Workshop Supervisors

Date: December 1970
Creator: Kelley, Nelson Lane, 1937-
Description: The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effect of a three-day session using an integrated didactic and experiential approach for training in interpersonal skills for sheltered workshop supervisors.
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An Empirical Study of the Performance of the Unit Commercial Banking System of the State of Texas

An Empirical Study of the Performance of the Unit Commercial Banking System of the State of Texas

Date: August 1970
Creator: Powell, Richard Vernon
Description: The purpose of this study is to evaluate the performance of the Texas unit commercial banking system in comparison with branch banking systems, limited area branching systems, and unit banking systems.
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The Impact of the Cost Schedule Control Systems Criteria on Electronics and Aerospace Contractors

The Impact of the Cost Schedule Control Systems Criteria on Electronics and Aerospace Contractors

Date: August 1970
Creator: Richardson, Gary Lowell
Description: The primary purpose of this study was to analyze the capability and inclination of the aerospace and electronics industry contractors to abide by the general provisions of the Cost/Schedule Control Systems Criteria (C/SCSC).
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Optimization Theory in Administrative Analysis

Optimization Theory in Administrative Analysis

Date: August 1970
Creator: Brown, Kenneth Sherron
Description: The thesis of this study is that modern optimization theory is a natural extension of classical optimization theory. As such, modern optimization theory will be applied to administrative problems only after interpretive studies are made that provide (1) an explanation of the general theoretical development of the techniques of modern optimization theory, (2) computational algorithms for implementing the techniques of modern optimization theory, (3) detailed demonstrations of the computational aspects of each technique and its corresponding algorithm, and (4) an identification of the types of problems to which these techniques are applicable.
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A New Gravitational Approach to Least Transportation Cost Warehouse Location

A New Gravitational Approach to Least Transportation Cost Warehouse Location

Date: May 1970
Creator: Van Auken, Stuart, 1941-
Description: The purpose of this study is to examine single facility warehouse location models. The need for such a study is primarily two-fold. First, single facility warehouse location models which determine an alleged optimum location through a coordinate system have been developed. Secondly, the need for additional research is necessary because the approaches involving linear programming, simulation, or heuristic programming do not by definition generate an optimal location.
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