Ppt on management by objectives method

Memory Management & Method Calls in Java Program Execution © Allan C. Milne v15.3.1.

Agenda. The role of the JVM. The stack & the heap. Stack management. Calling methods. Creating objects. The JVM … … automatically manages memory; … allocates memory for variables, parameters and objects; … frees memory locations when they are no longer reachable. JVM will allocate memory… … on the stack for local variables and formal parameters. … on the heap for objects; this will include space for the fields. Stack & heap memory. int/


Method (PDM) is Delivery Methods Considered Design-Bid-Build (DBB) Design-Bid-Build (DBB) Construction Manager at Risk (CMR) or CM/General Contractor (CM/GC) Construction Manager at Risk (CMR) or CM/General Contractor (CM/GC) Design-Build (DB) Design-Build (DB) Interviewed Airports Outline Objective Objective Project Delivery Methods Project Delivery Methods/ 3 years Source(s) of Project Funding: Parking revenues (bonds secured by parking revenues) Project Example – Tier 1 Step 1. Create Project Description /

1 Managing Streaming Spatial Data Timos Sellis Global Scientific Data Infrastructures: The Big Data Challenges Institute.

for each incoming tuple:  time-based : items have time indications  simultaneity  tuple-based : rank items by their arrival  ordering – For real-time computation, must restrict the set of inspected tuples Punctuations: embedded annotations/M. Hadjieleftheriou, and D. Papadias. Conceptual Partitioning: An Efficient Method for Continuous Nearest Neighbor Monitoring. SIGMOD, June 2005. [PS04] K. Patroumpas and T. Sellis. Managing Trajectories of Moving Objects as Data Streams. STDBM, August 2004. [PPS06] M./

Julian on JavaScript: Objects Julian M Bucknall, CTO.

through the prototype −It does the same thing, but differently Prototypal inheritance −Works by… −Defining some interesting object −Then creating other objects with that as prototype −Object.create −Then customizing those new objects Prototypal inheritance −The end of the prototypal chain is always Object.protoype −So all objects have some inherited methods −toString() −hasOwnProperty() Arrays −Are objects −Are wacky compared to C# −Elements are key/value pairs −Key is/

11 - 1 ©2002 Prentice Hall Business Publishing, Introduction to Management Accounting 12/e, Horngren/Sundem/Stratton Chapter 11 Capital Budgeting.

to Management Accounting 12/e, Horngren/Sundem/Stratton 11 - 2 Learning Objective 1 Describe capital budgeting decisions and use the net present value (NPV) method to make such decisions. ©2002 Prentice Hall Business Publishing, Introduction to Management Accounting /annual operating income divided by the required initial investment. l We will NOT go any further in this because it is also has deficiencies! ©2002 Prentice Hall Business Publishing, Introduction to Management Accounting 12/e, Horngren/

Object Oriented Programming Elhanan Borenstein Lecture #8 copyrights © Elhanan Borenstein.

no data loss  We will be able to activate methods on that object, only if they exist in the base class. The issue is however, which method will be activated (base or derive)? Introduction copyrights © Elhanan Borenstein Polymorphism Example class Employee { double Salary; public: void Print() const {…} void RaiseSalary (double r) { Salary += r; Print(); } }; class Manager : public Employee { … public: void Print() {…} }; main () { Employee *pE/

22 - 1 ©2003 Prentice Hall Business Publishing, Cost Accounting 11/e, Horngren/Datar/Foster Management Control Systems, Transfer Pricing, and Multinational.

– promote goal congruence – promote a sustained high level of management effort 22 - 15 ©2003 Prentice Hall Business Publishing, Cost Accounting 11/e, Horngren/Datar/Foster Learning Objective 4 Calculate transfer prices using three different methods. 22 - 16 ©2003 Prentice Hall Business Publishing, Cost /between a company and its foreign division be set to equal the price that would be charged by an unrelated third party in a comparable transaction. 22 - 60 ©2003 Prentice Hall Business Publishing, Cost Accounting 11/

Interfaces. In this class, we will cover: What an interface is Why you would use an interface Creating an interface Using an interface Cloning an object.

protocol by implementing the interface. –When a class implements an interface, the class agrees to implement all the methods defined in the interface. Thus, the bicycle class would provide the implementations for the methods that /methods that the inventory program (the Product class) is looking for, then the inventory program will manage the tracking of the bikes in inventory. –Similarly, a completely unrelated object could also implement this interface, than the inventory program can handle that object/

Chapter 6: Process Costing

Q5: What Alternative Methods are Used for Mass Production? Standard costs simplify the accounting Just-in-time production Hybrid costing, or operation costing © John Wiley & Sons, 2005 Chapter 6: Process Costing Eldenburg & Wolcott’s Cost Management, 1e Q7: Accounting for Spoilage in Process Costing Costs of normal spoilage are absorbed by the good units transferred out. Costs of abnormal spoilage are charged to/

1 ָ נן oop Dynamic Binding uBinding uBinding time uMotivation uDynamic Binding uHigh Level Methods.

to the appropriate method at run time. The programmer doesnt know the specific method that will be used. For example: AddNumbers(x, y) x, y - are number objects. 4 ָ נן oop Static vs. Dynamic Types uConsider the call: Manager M; M./is associated with the type, not with each function. OOP promotes the shift of focus from operations to operands The type tag is hidden, and maintained by the compiler 14 ָ נן oop Downcasting vs. Dynamic Binding void draw(Shape *p) { if (Circle *q = dynamic_cast p) { // Draw /

Reuse-1 CSE298 CSE300 CSE300-02 Distributed Object Computing Professor: Dr. Steven A. Demurjian Topic: Object Oriented Reuse Members: Xiaopei Wang, Hai.

an operation by directly clicking on the corresponding button Reuse-6 CSE298 CSE300 Interface Design  Use JTree to present entities and their relationship package/class/variable/method/inner-class/ class encapsulates the properties and methods needed to present a tree node, the id field point to the real data(an entity object) we want to present. / classes are subject to change their generality property, then call data manager’s method setGeneral(), given Ids. Finally, GUI refreshes the property pane for /

The Basics of Object- Oriented Programming Eric Jui-Lin Lu, Ph.D. Department of Management Information Systems National Chung Hsing University.

instance data 必須物件存在的時候,他才存在;而 class data 是 class 存在的時候,他就存在了。 類似的情形也存在於 method 類似的情形也存在於 method instance method instance method class method (加上 static ) class method (加上 static ) 12 Encapsulation 物件導向模式的第一個特性 -- Encapsulation (封裝) 物件導向模式的第一個特性 -- Encapsulation (封裝) 為什麼要 encapsulation ? 為什麼要 encapsulation ? Java 如何完成 encapsulation ? Java 如何完成 encapsulation ? public public private private protected protected none none 看一下 UML 的 Class 以及 Object 的圖 看一下 UML 的 Class 以及 Object 的圖 13 An Exercise 範例 範例 A company/

1 Object Oriented & Object Relational Databases Ranga Raju Vatsavai Teaching Mentor (Prof. Shekhar) CSci 5708 : Architecture and Implementation of Database.

aggregate functions (SQL defined may not be useful) ORDBMS allows registering new aggregate functions Security – external methods of ADT’s – can compromise the database or crash (if its buggy). One solution – interpreted /offer much promise 29 Additional Readings http://www.cs.umn.edu/~vatsavai/oo-ordbms.ppt Main – Database Management Systems by Raghu Ramakrishnan (Chapter 24: Object Database Systems). Additional References (relevant chapters): Fundamentals of Database Systems – Elmasri & Navathe A First /

Introduction to ADO.NET. ADO.NET Objects Data Set.NET Applications Data Reader Command Object Connection Object Managed Data Provider (OLEDB) Database.

Objects Data Set.NET Applications Data Reader Command Object Connection Object Managed Data Provider (OLEDB) Database Connection with a Connection Object A connection object represents a unique session with a data source. Connection string: database, OLE DB provider, password, if any, security, etc. Use the Open/Close method to open/close a connection. Manage/ 1 –AxMSFlexGrid1.Col = 0 –AxMSFlexGrid1.Text = “Hi” Display Records Retrieved by a DataReader in a MS FlexGrid 1. Create the Reader: Dim strConn As /

Hibernate. Hibernate is a powerful, high performance object/relational persistence and query service. Hibernate lets you develop persistent classes following.

effort, it is supported by all major vendors of the Java industry.Java EE 5.0EJB 3.0 Hibernate implements the Java Persistence object/relational mapping and persistence management interfaces with the Hibernate Annotations/ and store protected void createAndStoreEvent(String name,String phone,String title, Date theDate) { System.out.println("in create and store method"); Event theEvent = new Event(); People person=new People(); theEvent.setTitle(title); theEvent.setDate(theDate); person.setName(name); person./

Software Project Management

6 in Hughes book Suitable for allocating individuals to particular tasks at an early stage Software Project Management Critical Path Method (CPM) Primary objectives: Planning the project so that it can be completed as quickly as possible Identifying those activities / techniques are very similar to CPM. It is claimed by Du Pont Chemical Company that CPM saves $1,000,000 in its first year of use. Software Project Management Critical Path Method (cont’d) Capture the activities and their inter-relationships/

Chapter 10. Resource Allocation

optimal solution to a problem. Chapter 10: Quantitatve Methods in Health Care Management Yasar A. Ozcan Structure of an LP model The structure contains four components: Objective-- either maximization or minimization; a mathematical statement of profit/ programming is an extension of linear programming that eliminates the problem by enforcing integer decision variable outcomes. Chapter 10: Quantitatve Methods in Health Care Management Yasar A. Ozcan Integer Linear Programming A formal formulation of integer/

MIXED METHODS RESEARCH Anneke Fitzgerald. Objectives  To identify the advantages and disadvantages of employing multiple research methods;  To consider.

contained yet linked studies Study 1: Qualitative Informs Overall Program Objective Study 2: Quantitative Study 3: Mixed Methods Informs (e) Sequential - Transformative design ~ guided by an over-arching framework for achieving change/improvement; may have /University of New England, Armidale, NSW, pp. 4-17.] MANAGING MIXED METHODS RESEARCH Some Useful Mixed Methods References  Bergmann, M.M. (ed.) (2008). Advances in mixed methods research: Theories and applications. London: Sage Publications.  Brocklesby/

1-1 Unit 1 Introduction to DBMS (Database Management Systems) Application program End-user DBMS.

and transaction processing Semantic Object-oriented Logic Faster PCs Workstations Database machines Graphics Menus Query-by-forms 4GL Logic programming /Management, NDHU 1-29 Multi-Database/Heterogeneous Database Multidatabase IMS INGRES ORION... Hierarchical Model Relational Model Object- Oriented Model semantic inconsistency data incompleteness global schema Wei-Pang Yang, Information Management, NDHU 1-30 DB + AI Database AI Language Processor Query Optimizer Operator Processor Access Method File Manager/

TTMG 5103 Module Innovation Financial Management Patrick O’Halloran TIM Program, Carleton University.

The Weighted Average Cost of Capital is your market based cost of debt and cost of equity weighted by the proportion of your debt to equity. Financial Terminology Discounted Cash Flow – DCF A Discounted Cash Flow/operation DCF and NPV calculations Based on incorrect baseline B Moment of Truth Discussion Examples Agenda Objective Financial Planning & Management Financial Terminology Methods and Techniques Conclusions References Discovery Driven Planning Planning for New Ventures vs. Conventional Unknown vs./

© 2007 Pearson Education 14- 1 Managing Quality Integrating the Supply Chain S. Thomas Foster Chapter 14 Six-Sigma Management and Tools.

business case into problem statement and objective statement © 2007 Pearson Education 14- 11 Strategic Quality Planning Six-Sigma Management and Tools DMAIC Phases  Define/ © 2007 Pearson Education 14- 26 Strategic Quality Planning Six-Sigma Management and Tools The Taguchi method  The Taguchi Process 1. Problem identification 2. Brainstorming session 3/ Six-Sigma Management and Tools failure Six-Sigma from a Contingency Perspective  Reasons for Six-Sigma failure: 1. Lack of leadership by champions 2./

© Mcgraw-Hill Companies, 2008 Farm Management Chapter 16 Managing Income Taxes.

Management Chapter 16 Managing Income Taxes © Mcgraw-Hill Companies, 2008 Chapter Outline Objectives of Tax Management Tax Accounting Methods The Tax System and Tax Rates Some Tax Management Strategies Depreciation Capital Gains © Mcgraw-Hill Companies, 2008 Chapter Objectives 1.Show the importance of income tax management 2.Identify the objectives of income tax management 3.Discuss the difference between cash and accrual methods/. It is the gain or profit made by selling an asset for more than its original/

OR Methods IE 411 Mathematical Programming (BT) Nonlinear optimization, convexity, Karush-Kuhn-Tucker conditions, line search, constrained optimization,

IE 443 Multi-Objective Decision Analysis (MRT) This course is designed to cover quantitative decision analysis. The course begins with the structuring of objectives and value / constraints. Financial aspects including cash flow management. Exact and heuristic methods for solving the scheduling and resource management problems. IE 441 Cost Analysis and / this course is to provide students with an understanding of humanitarian operations by introducing the context in which they take place, the organizations (UN/

4-SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS Quality Management Systems Ships in Service Training Material A-M CHAUVEL.

Review Meeting requirements Continual improvement Commitment Establishing objectives Reviewing objectives Framework Understood Implemented Communicated Organisation needs Customer needs Appropriate POLICY ISO 9001 Quality Management Systems 540 Ships in Service Training Material / by subsequent monitoring inspection and/or testing Ships in Service Training Material A-M CHAUVEL ISO 9001 Quality Management Systems CONTROL OF MEASURING AND MONITORING DEVICES 760 Devices ControlCalibration Maintenance Methods /

12. 2 Object-Oriented Analysis and Design with the Unified Process Objectives  Describe implementation activities  Describe various types of software.

 Deployment  Configuration and change management  Describe each activity in isolation and then discuss the interrelationships among the disciplines 5 Object-Oriented Analysis and Design with the /or several times a week 11 Object-Oriented Analysis and Design with the Unified Process Usability Testing  Determines whether a method, class, subsystem, or system / testing  Beta  Test version that is stable enough to be tested by end users for an extended period of time  Production version  System /

1 Object Relational Databases. 2 Object-Relational Data Model A straightforward subset of ODM: only tuple types at the top level More precisely: Set of.

Pointers (cont) Non-scoped CREATE TABLE dept_table (dno NUMBER, manager REF emp_o); Scoped – constrained to a table CREATE TABLE dept_table (dno NUMBER, manager REF emp_o, SCOPE FOR (manager) IS emp_table); Insertion –INSERT INTO dept_table VALUES (1, (/automatically created by the system. You already saw this – person_o(‘john’, ‘doe’); NULL values –INSERT INTO person_table VALUES (person_o(NULL,NULL)) –INSERT INTO person_table VALUES (NULL); 37 Comparison Methods used to do compare object instances./

Intro to Software Processes. Engineering versus Programming  Engineers follow procedures, methods, standards to "assure" more predictable results. 

Main Scenaria 1..... 2..... 3..... Extensions:........ Communicate: Measurements, Milestones, Documents Task Methods Object Model of the Software Life Cycle source: Bruegge, OOSE Process Models  Models to/Manifesto We are uncovering better ways of developing software by doing it and helping others do it. Through this/ uses incorporates Software Process Architect Select SPLCM IEEE 1074 Activity Groups (1) 1. Management Activities  Project Initiation  Project Planning  Project Monitoring and Control 2. Pre-/

1 Secure Distributed Objects for Grid Applications Laurent Baduel, Arnaud Contes, Denis Caromel OASIS team ProActive

(AIC) of communications  Several levels of security policies: users, resource providers, administrators Main objective : Facilitate the use and the management of security features by removing them from the source code 8 8 Outline  Context ProActive overview Abstract Deployment model / VN - same domain Runtime Negotiated Policy: Rose -> Daliah : [?A,?I,?C] Perform a method call Rose -> Daliah : [?A,?I,?C] Receive a method call : Daliah -> Rose : [?A,?I,?C] 25 Example Domain GridADomain GridB Rose Daliah VN1/

1 Java Programming II Java Network II (Distributed Objects in Java)

Method Protocol (JRMP) For distribute object environment by pure Java environment RMI/IIOP: Can communicate with CORBA  JRMP Communication Mechanism between Stub and Skeleton Object Serialization: Types of parameters and return type of a remote method/ Programming II JRMP Class Virtual connection Network connection Marshall/Unmarshall (Object Serialization) Managing connection to remote object Creation of reference to remote object 16 Java Programming II Callback between Client and Server  Implementation/

Objective 1.2 Cloud Computing, Internet of Services and Advanced Software Engineering Arian Zwegers European Commission Information Society and Media Directorate.

of a software stack for clouds ICT Work Programme 2011-12 Objective 1.2 Internet of services Service engineering Integration of real and virtual worlds Scalability, self- management, fault localisation, … Service engineering principles, methods and tools supporting development for the Internet of Services, including languages and tools to model parallelism. Services enabled by technologies for seamless integration of real and virtual worlds, through the/

BSBPMG503A Manage Project Time Manage Project Time Unit Guide Diploma of Project Management 17872 Qualification Code BSB51507 Unit Code BSBPMG503A.

by a higher project authority, and implemented to maintain project objectives BSBPMG503A Manage Project Time 3. Assess time management outcomes 1.Project outcomes are reviewed from available records and information to determine the effectiveness of time management activities 2.Time management/ understanding of tools and techniques  At least two estimating methods used  Advanced understanding of tools and techniques  More than two methods used and experts consulted Explanation of the tools and techniques /

© 2008. Siemens Product Lifecycle Management Software Inc. All rights reserved Siemens PLM Software What’s New in NX 6 CAM API Journaling and Automation.

Management Software Inc. All rights reserved Siemens PLM Software 4 NX4 CAM Journaling Coverage Creation of CAM Objects  CAM session  CAM setup  Geometry group  Method group  Program group  Tool group  Operation Operation Navigator Actions  Delete setup  Delete objects  Rename object/  Selected object  Cycling Page 12 © 2007. Siemens Product Lifecycle Management Software Inc. All rights reserved Siemens PLM Software 12 Examples used in Wizards Installed in MACHwizard Used by Milling Quick Start/

17-1. 17-2 Chapter 17 Process Costing Learning Objectives After studying this chapter, you should be able to: [1] Understand who uses process cost systems.

of a department.  Managers can use the cost data to assess whether unit costs and total costs are reasonable.  Top management can also judge whether current performance is meeting planned objectives. LO 8 Compute equivalent units using the FIFO method. APPENDIX 17A FIFO METHOD Prepare the Production Cost Report/ or resale. The Publisher assumes no responsibility for errors, omissions, or damages, caused by the use of these programs or from the use of the information contained herein.” Copyright

Chapter 2: Objects and Primitive Data Classes and Objects String, Random, Math, NumberFormat, DecimalFormat and Wrapper Classes.

dont have to know how the println method works in order to invoke it  A human being can manage only seven (plus or minus 2) pieces of information at one time  But if we group information into chunks (such as objects) we can manage many complicated pieces at once  Classes and objects help us write complex software 9 Creating Objects  A variable holds either a primitive/

Process Management Auditing Version JP.10.1-UK Oct 03  The High Performance Organisation Ltd.

of possible items to include in an audit plan & checklist that tests process management using assessor tools 2 & 3 Area / Questions (look at) Auditee(s) (method) Why? (look for) (what objective evidence will you get?) 31 Version JP.10.1-UK Oct 03  The High Performance Organisation Ltd Process Management Auditing Session 3 The opening meeting 32 Version JP.10.1-UK Oct 03/

Managing the IMC Process Deciding on the Marketing Communication Mix Developing Effective Marketing Communication Role of Marketing Communication Integrated.

Communication Role of Marketing Communication Developing Effective Communications Identifying Target Audience Determine Objectives Design Communications Select Channels Establish Budget Decide on Media Mix Measure Results Manage IMC 1.Affordable method 2.% of sales method 3.Competitive parity method 4.Objective & task method Establish the market share goal Determine the % of the market that should be reached by advertising Determine the % of aware prospects that should be persuaded to/

1-1 Unit 1 Introduction to DBMS (Database Management Systems) Application program End-user DBMS

Embedded query language Report generators Information and transaction processing Semantic Object-oriented Logic Faster PCs Workstations Database machines Graphics Menus Query-by-forms 4GL Logic programming Business graphics Image output Knowledge processing / Hierarchical Model Relational Model Object- Oriented Model semantic inconsistency data incompleteness global schema 1-30 DB + AI Database AI Language Processor Query Optimizer Operator Processor Access Method File Manager Query Distributed DB design /

12-CRS-0106 REVISED 8 FEB 2013 CSG2H3 Object Oriented Programming.

Model Class 12-CRS-0106 REVISED 8 FEB 2013 Employee class 12-CRS-0106 REVISED 8 FEB 2013 Manager class 12-CRS-0106 REVISED 8 FEB 2013 Application Class 12-CRS-0106 REVISED 8 FEB 2013 / selected 12-CRS-0106 REVISED 8 FEB 2013 View Employee GUI Additional : Create a method to view message such as error message 12-CRS-0106 REVISED 8 FEB 2013 View/ call Run the app by calling the View on driver class 12-CRS-0106 REVISED 8 FEB 2013 Instantiate the new view Pass the model application object to the new view /

CSE 425: Object-Oriented Programming I Object-Oriented Programming A design method as well as a programming paradigm –For example, CRC cards, noun-verb.

tppsp (tpp); ) –C++11 smart pointers implement reference counting and other object lifetime management semantics C++ allows object methods to be defined (in.cpp files) separately from their class declarations (in.h files) –Also can define within declaration, which inlines the method Class methods are passed implicit this parameter (arity is +1) CSE 425: Object-Oriented Programming I Today’s Studio Exercises We’ll code up predicate/

MARQuIS - Methods of Assessing Response to Quality Improvement Strategies MARQuIS: Methods of Assessing Response to Quality Improvement Strategies Rosa.

a specific framework developed by research team WP-3 To identify quality requirements for hospitals (safety and pat. empowerment) Review legislation and jurisprudence (mainly in patient rights) Identify volume and type of care provided to cross border care Identify patients’ requirements Identify providers requirements’ (doctors, nurses and managers) MARQuIS - Methods of Assessing Response to Quality Improvement Strategies PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Objectives WP-4 /5 To/

A Survey Based Seminar: Data Cleaning & Uncertain Data Management Speaker: Shawn Yang Supervisor: Dr. Reynold Cheng Prof. David Cheung 2011.4.29 1.

Uncertainty Management in Traditional Data Cleaning Cleaning Uncertain Database Conclusion 18 Cleaning Uncertain Database Applying Integrity Constraints – Exact Method – Sampling Method Quality /… Approximate Method (Haiquan Chen ICDE’10 Workshop ) Aggregate Constraints Model the Constraints as Scoring Functions Get Posterior Probability by Sampling 22 /cleaning can not remove all false values – Cleaning may involve a cost Objective – Remove as much uncertainty as possible – With limited number of cleaning/

Chapter 1 Object-oriented DBMSs Chapters 25-27 in Textbook.

and procedural data – Read pages 805-808 in book. What is an OODBMS anyway? OODBMS6  OODBMS (Object-oriented DB Management System) is a database with data stored in objects and collections NOT rows and tables.  OO Concepts:  Abstraction, encapsulation, information hiding.  Objects and attributes.  Object identity.  Methods and messages.  Classes, subclasses, superclasses, and inheritance.  Overloading.  Polymorphism and dynamic binding. OODBMS 7 Traditional DBS Persistence Sharing Transactions/

Overview Freight Modeling Overview Tianjia Tang, PE., Ph.D FHWA, Office of Freight Management and Operations Phone: 202-366-2217.

of Freight Management and Operations Tianjia.Tang@FHWA.DOT.GOV Phone: 202-366-2217 www.fmip.govwww.ops.fhwa.dot.gov/freight For more information on freight modeling… 1: Modeling Objective 2: Modeling Approach 3: Method Classification 4:/forecasting issue … Empirical Statistical Methods Trend Analysis By examining the past traffic count data, and making linear extrapolation of the data to obtain future data… more on a project level… ChallengesChallenges 1: Modeling objective 2: Relationships between GDP /

E. Talero - 11-11-04IFMIS Workshop - Nairobi 1 IFMIS Implementation Workshop Effective IFMIS Procurement and Management of Consultants Eduardo Talero Senior.

- Nairobi 27 Plan effective system demonstrations Choose one of two objectives: Evaluate attributes of proposed solution Build and evaluate a prototype solution/Find the right skills & organize the work Develop a sound strategy Manage timetable effectively Follow sound bid evaluation method Develop a smart, fair contract E. Talero - 11-11-/. Supplier must support an old version  24 months after new one is received by client. If a new version causes problems, supplier must support the prior version until/

DEV300: Advanced C# Eric Gunnerson Program Manager Visual C# Microsoft Corporation.

Dispose() on any contained objects Scenario 2 Object Finalized by GC Unmanaged Resource Font object Finalize() Dispose()? free IntPtr myResource; Font font; Finalize() means free my resources only; other managed resources will also get finalized/ happens when base components are changed? Versioning an important design goal Versioning an important design goal  Virtual methods and overriding  Overload resolution  Explicit interface implementation  Const vs. readonly fields  Defaults for accessibility /

 2001 Prentice Hall, Inc. All rights reserved. Chapter 24 – Java Management Extensions (JMX) Outline 24.1Introduction 24.2Installation 24.3Case Study.

method cancelPendingPrintJobsButtonAction 306 307 public void checkStatusButtonAction( ActionEvent event ) 308 { 309 Object onlineResponse = null; 310 Object paperJamResponse = null; 311 Object printingResponse = null; 312 Object paperTrayResponse = null; 313 Object pendingPrintJobsResponse = null; 314 315 // manage/356 boolean isOnline = 357 ( ( Boolean ) onlineResponse ).booleanValue(); Check printer’s status by calling methods on Printer MBean  2001 Prentice Hall, Inc. All rights reserved. Outline 7.2 /

Combining Cases and Computer Simulations in Strategic Management Course. Mitchell, Rex C (2004). Combining cases and computer simulations in strategic.

management/management course. (Alexander, O’Neill, Snyder, & Townsend, 1986) 50% of a random sample of Academy of Management members currently teaching strategic management/ management /objectives, is appropriate. 2.Method-Experimental Conditions 2 different strategic management course designs : traditional case method/Method-Experimental Conditions 2 different strategic management course designs : 2.Method-Course Learning Objectives 5 student learning objectives/objectives/ objectives / course objectives include…/

CHAPTER 11 Management of performance. Session objectives Discuss the relationship between performance management and other HRM processes Describe the.

-related requirements – job analysis, personal development etc. Competency based Management by objectives Department-specific goals Joint agreement Interim review Subordinate goals Supervisor goals New input Inappropriate goals eliminated Review organisational performance Final review Common goals Trait methods Graphic rating scale Mixed standard scale Essay Forced choice Common trait methods of appraisal Behavioural methods Critical incidents Behavioural checklist Behaviourally anchored rating scale (BARS/

Project Management IV1021Fö5 Risk Management. Agenda Project Risk Project Risk Management The Risk Management Process Goal: get an understanding of basic.

business is financed. The purpose of (Project) Risk Management is to minimize the risk of not achieving the objectives of the project. Risk Management: refers to the way in which risks faced by the business are dealt with. Risks may arise from/how often specific events may occur and the magnitude of their likely consequences. Determine likelihood and consequence Two types of methods: Qualitative: expresses in word form or in descriptive scales the likelihood and consequences of an event Quantitative: using /

Project Management Learning Program 14-25 July 2008, Mekong Institute, Khon Kaen, Thailand Project Design and Planning Sequence of Systematic Project Design.

reduced Irrigation system work properly Modern farming methods are introduced Farmers apply fertilizers Core Objective Project Management Learning Program 14-25 July 2008, Mekong Institute, Khon Kaen, Thailand Tips for Writing Objective Cards 1.Describe desirable situations on the/of the impact. Outputs – The results of the project activities, outputs are the products or services generated by the activities and provide evidence that the activity did occur. Activities – The actions that project staff engage /

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