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Rafting & typical lunch in Andes valley
99,76 € *
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In this tour, you will navigate one of the swiftest and most powerful rivers in the Metropolitan Region. Our guide will pick you up where you are staying and together, you will make your way to the Cajón del Maipo, a mountainous region located 20 kilometers southwest of Santiago. There, you will live the experience of rafting Maipo River with a team of prepared and experienced guides. After rafting, you will enjoy a tasty Chilean typical lunch. Then, you will our guide will take you back safely to your place of accommodation.We will have certified guides, insurance for all the participants, and the ideal team for this extreme adventure! All participants must know how to swim, and those under 18 will need prior authorization from parents.

Anbieter: Viator – Ein Trip...
Stand: 10.08.2020
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Guatemala City Landmarks
62,58 € *
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The way we care about our visitors providing them with a five stars service, customized, safe and reliable. Also for the benefit of all our guest we provide them information they might need along the way for a much more convenient trip . All our vehicles are AC, wi-fi on board and full insurance. All our drivers are certified by the Tourism Board Commission for the safe of all our passengers and all this plus the narrated visit to the biggest city in Central America will make this day a remarkable one. Visit the main Square and the Metropolitan Cathedral, The High Relief Map of Guatemala, Panoramic views of the National Palace. A lunch break is held at one of the food courts in the touristic zone. Continue with a sightseeing drive trough the City including La Zona Viva and its surroundings. During the afternoon we visit The National Museum of Archaeology which have the largest collection of Mayan Art in the world with amazing master pieces. Then drive back to the hotel.

Anbieter: Viator – Ein Trip...
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Delivering Quality Service (eBook, ePUB)
12,26 € *
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Excellence in customer service is the hallmark of success in service industries and among manufacturers of products that require reliable service. But what exactly is excellent service? It is the ability to deliver what you promise, say the authors, but first you must determine what you can promise. Building on seven years of research on service quality, they construct a model that, by balancing a customer's perceptions of the value of a particular service with the customer's need for that service, provides brilliant theoretical insight into customer expectations and service delivery.For example, Florida Power & Light has developed a sophisticated, computer-based lightening tracking system to anticipate where weather-related service interruptions might occur and strategically position crews at these locations to quicken recovery response time. Offering a service that customers expect to be available at all times and that they will miss only when the lights go out, FPL focuses its energies on matching customer perceptions with potential need. Deluxe Corporation, America's highly successful check printer, regularly exceeds its customers' expectations by shipping nearly 95% of all orders by the day after the orders were received. Deluxe even put U.S. Postal Service stations inside its plants to speed up delivery time.Customer expectations change over time. To anticipate these changes, Metropolitan Life Insurance Company regularly monitors the expectations and perceptions of their customers, using focus group interviews and the authors' 22-item generic SERVQUAL questionnaire, which is customized by adding questions covering specific aspects of service they wish to track.The authors' groundbreaking model, which tracks the five attributes of quality service -- reliability, empathy, assurance, responsiveness, and tangibles -- goes right to the heart of the tendency to overpromise. By comparing customer perceptions with expectations, the model provides marketing managers with a two-part measure of perceived quality that, for the first time, enables them to segment a market into groups with different service expectations.

Anbieter: buecher
Stand: 10.08.2020
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Delivering Quality Service (eBook, ePUB)
12,60 € *
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Excellence in customer service is the hallmark of success in service industries and among manufacturers of products that require reliable service. But what exactly is excellent service? It is the ability to deliver what you promise, say the authors, but first you must determine what you can promise. Building on seven years of research on service quality, they construct a model that, by balancing a customer's perceptions of the value of a particular service with the customer's need for that service, provides brilliant theoretical insight into customer expectations and service delivery.For example, Florida Power & Light has developed a sophisticated, computer-based lightening tracking system to anticipate where weather-related service interruptions might occur and strategically position crews at these locations to quicken recovery response time. Offering a service that customers expect to be available at all times and that they will miss only when the lights go out, FPL focuses its energies on matching customer perceptions with potential need. Deluxe Corporation, America's highly successful check printer, regularly exceeds its customers' expectations by shipping nearly 95% of all orders by the day after the orders were received. Deluxe even put U.S. Postal Service stations inside its plants to speed up delivery time.Customer expectations change over time. To anticipate these changes, Metropolitan Life Insurance Company regularly monitors the expectations and perceptions of their customers, using focus group interviews and the authors' 22-item generic SERVQUAL questionnaire, which is customized by adding questions covering specific aspects of service they wish to track.The authors' groundbreaking model, which tracks the five attributes of quality service -- reliability, empathy, assurance, responsiveness, and tangibles -- goes right to the heart of the tendency to overpromise. By comparing customer perceptions with expectations, the model provides marketing managers with a two-part measure of perceived quality that, for the first time, enables them to segment a market into groups with different service expectations.

Anbieter: buecher
Stand: 10.08.2020
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Washington, D.C.
84,00 € *
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online.Washington, D. C. History of Washington, D. C., Geography of Washington, D. C., List of Maryland hurricanes (1980 present), List of District of Columbia tornadoes, Streets and highways of Washington, D. C, List of neighborhoods of the District of Columbia by ward, List of tallest buildings in Washington, D. C., Demographics of Washington, D. C., Crime in Washington, D.C, Metropolitan Police Department of the District of Columbia, Acacia Life Insurance Company, Allied Stores, APCO Worldwide, Appalachian Spring (store), Arbitron, Avascent Group, BASE Productions, Black Entertainment Television, Blackboard Inc., Blue State Digital, Brian MacKenzie Infoshop, Bureau of National Affairs, BusJunction, C- SPAN, Calibre Energy, Carlyle Group, Center for Economic and Policy Research, Clyde''s Restaurant Group, Corporate Executive Board,USA

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 10.08.2020
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Evaluation of the Implementation of School Heal...
49,00 € *
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The South African health system is on the brink of major reforms which will include among other things the introduction of the National Health Insurance and the re-engineered primary health care (PHC) strategy. With respect to the latter, school health services is recognized as one the major pillars of the re-engineered PHC strategy. However, school health services in South Africa has historically been faced with challenges that include lack of resources as well as lack of coordination to effectively provide adequate and equitable school health services across the country. The 2003 South African School Health policy was developed to address some of these problems. This study evaluated how this policy was implemented in selected schools in the Cape Town metropolitan area. Overall the policy was implemented according to the implementation guidelines and it was gradually meeting the policy objectives. This policy was also re-launched in 2011. The most commendable aspect in this re-launch was the apparent cooperation between the national Department of Health and the national Department of Basic Education.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 10.08.2020
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2009 Georgia Floods
34,00 € *
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The 2009 Georgia floods were a group of floods that affected several counties throughout northern Georgia, most of them in and around the Atlanta metropolitan area. Continuous rain, spawned by moisture pulled from the Gulf of Mexico and the remnants of Hurricane Fred, fell faster than the local watersheds could drain the runoff. Initial damages from around the state were estimated at $250 million. On September 26, Georgia Insurance Commissioner John Oxendine raised the estimated cost to $500 million with the potential for it to rise. Some 20,000 homes, businesses and other buildings received major damage and 17 Georgia counties received Federal Disaster Declarations. The flood is blamed for at least ten deaths. The floods are historic, breaking records that go back more than a century in some locations. The Chattahoochee River, the largest river in the region, measured water levels at a 500-year flood level.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 10.08.2020
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Assessing the Risk Management Process in the Ba...
22,90 CHF *
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Seminar paper from the year 2010 in the subject Business economics - Banking, Stock Exchanges, Insurance, Accounting, grade: 1,3, Leeds Metropolitan University, course: Risk Management, language: English, abstract: Risk is inevitable within business environments. It is an inherent part of business and public life. Risk covers all aspects of organizational activities, therefore it is included in all management levels. Nowadays, every business faces risks. As competition increases, banks and insurance companies need a fundamental and clear understanding of all the risks they are taking in order to protect every asset of their organisation, such as financial, intellectual and human assets. In an ever changing environment organisations must be prepared to any changes, whether they like it or not, and more importantly, adapt to all those changes that might threaten their business activities. Organisations must be prepared that the uncertainty and the risk of a potential event cannot be eliminated but must be assessed proactively in order to take advantage of it. 'Nothing ventured, nothing gained' (Dallas, M.F., 2006, p.37).

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 10.08.2020
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ICM-90 Satellite Conference Proceedings
154,00 CHF *
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The International Conference 'Algebraic Geometry and Analytic Geometry, Tokyo 1990' was held at Tokyo Metropolitan University and the Tokyo Training Center of Daihyaku Mutual Life Insurance Co., from August 13 through August 17, 1990, under the co-sponsorship of the Mathematical Society of Japan. It was one of the satellite conferences of ICM90, Kyoto, and approximately 300 participants, including more than 100 from overseas, attended the conference. The academic program was divided into two parts, the morning sessions and the afternoon sessions. The morning sessions were held at Tokyo Metropolitan University, and two one-hour plenary lectures were delivered every day. The afternoon sessions at the Tokyo Training Center, intended for a more specialized audience, consisted of four separate subsessions: Arithemetic Geometry, Algebraic Geometry, Analytic Geometry I and Analytic Geometry II. This book contains papers which grew out of the talks at the conference. The committee in charge of the organization and program consisted of A. Fujiki, K. Kato, T. Katsura, Y. Kawamata, Y. Miyaoka, S. Mori, K. Saito, N. Sasakura, T. Suwa and K. Watanabe. We would like to take this opportunity to thank the many mathematicians and students who cooperated to make the conference possible, especially Professors T. Fukui, S. Ishii, Y. Kitaoka, M. Miyanishi, Y. Namikawa, T. Oda, F. Sakai and T. Shioda for their valuable advice and assistance in organizing this conference. Financial support was mainly provided by personal contributions from Professors M.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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