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Betriebswirtschaftliche Einfuhrung in Die Anwendungskomponente Personalwirtschaft Des Systems SAP R/3 Mit Praxisbezug Auf Ein Mittelstandisches Unternehmen

Diplomarbeit aus dem Jahr 1997 im Fachbereich Informatik - Wirtschaftsinformatik, Note: 1,3, Fachhochschule Bielefeld (Wirtschaft), Veranstaltung: Prof. Dr. rer. Pol. Gunter Bertelsmann, Sprache:...


Dienstleistungsplattform Intranet

Inhaltsangabe: Inhaltsverzeichnis: Inhaltsverzeichnis: AbkurzungsverzeichnisII AbbildungsverzeichnisIII 1.Einleitung1 1.1Zur Bedeutung von Information und Kommunikation1 1.2IuK-Systeme in...


Wirtschaftliche Mehrfachverwertung Durch Elektronische Medien

Inhaltsangabe: Einleitung: Wirtschaftliche Mehrfachverwertung - allein der Titel dieser Arbeit, sollte jeden, an Umsatz- und Gewinnerzielung orientierten Verleger, interessieren. Einmal gekaufte...


Internet Based Technologies and Systems for the Support of Indirect Procurement

Inhaltsangabe: Inhaltsverzeichnis: Table of Contents: Table of Content List of Figures Abbreviations 1.Introduction 1.1Motivation 1.2Methodology 1.3Organization 2.Identify different types of indirect...


Theodore H.White and Journalism as Illusion

In this groundbreaking study, Joyce Hoffmann examines a critical twenty-five-year period in the work of one of the most influential journalists of the twentieth century. Theodore H. White was already...


Richard M.Weaver, 1910-63

Richard M. Weaver was a complex individual who lived chiefly to think and to write. Interest in his work remains high, even though he died in his early fifties and much of his work, including The...


The Veiled Mirror and the Woman Poet

In "The Veiled Mirror and the Woman Poet" Elizabeth Dodd explores the lives and work of four women poets of the 20th century - H.D., Louise Bogan, Elizabeth Bishop, and Louise Glueck. Dodd argues...


A Life in Public Health

From his time as a Truman appointee on the Health Needs of the Nation to his tenure as Dean of UCLA's School of Public Health, Dr. Lester Breslow has been a force behind the most important public...


Cold War Exile

In 1953 Maurice Halperin was called before the Senate Internal Security Subcommittee to defend himself on charges of espionage. He was accused of having supplied Soviet sources with classified...


Six Literary Lives

Whittemore continues to build upon his reputation in the field of biography with "Six Literary Lives" in which he attempts to deepen our understanding of six major American writers. Whittemore's...


From Prairie to Prison

I am dangerous to the invisible government of the United States; I am dangerous to the special privileges of the United States; I am dangerous to the white slaver and to the saloonkeeper, and I thank...


Telling the Untold Story

Author of his own controversial unauthorised biography of Armand Hammer, Steve Weinberg here shows how a new generation of biographers is revealing the lives of powerful individuals in dramatic and...


American Profiles

Author Walt Harrington, award-winning writer for the Washington Post Magazine, lifts the masks of celebrity and obscurity to reveal the lives of some singular men and women--from actress Kelly...


The Topical Notebooks of Ralph Waldo Emerson: v. 2

This the second in a three-volume edition that brings twelve of Emerson's topical notebooks and four other notebooks into print for the first time. These notebooks were Emerson's repositories for...


The Eye of Thomas Jefferson

On the occasion of the 250th anniversary of Thomas Jefferson's birth, "The Eye of Thomas Jefferson", a contribution to the study of Jefferson and his world, is available once again. This extensive...


Robert Browning's "Asolando"

Asolando, Robert Browning's final volume of poetry, was, when first published in 1889 - on the day of his death, deemed as "charming" by reviewers. Richard Kennedy asserts that "Asolando" was a...


Looking Homeward

American novelist Thomas Wolfe (1900-1938) led a short but turbulent life. His writing was almost purely autobiographical, poignantly capturing his experiences and pursuits. Wolfe had a gift for...


Keeping Fires Night and Day

Eleanor Roosevelt called her one of the most influential women in America. Among the earliest and most assertive members of the Book-of-the-Month Club selection committee, Dorothy Canfield Fisher...


James Milton Turner and the Promise of America

James Milton Turner, Missouri's most prominent nineteenth-century African American political figure, possessed a deep faith in America. The Civil War, he believed, had purged the land of its sins and...


George Washington Carver

George Washington Carver (1864-1943), best known for his work as a scientist and a botanist, was an anomaly in his own time--a black man praised by white America. This selection of his letters and...


New Perspectives on the Life and Art of Richard Crashaw

Richard Crashaw (1612/13-1649) has been one of the most neglected, misunderstood, misread, and unappreciated of the so-called major metaphysical poets. Critics have long labeled Crashaw s poetry...


Truman in the White House

As assistant press secretary to President Harry S. Truman, Eben A. Ayers brought with him twenty-six years of experience as a newspaperman. He knew when he had a good story and knew how to record it....


Young Brothers Massacre

On January 2, 1932, near Springfield, Missouri, ten poorly armed law enforcement officers set out to arrest two local farm boys for auto theft. A few minutes later, six of the officers lay dead and...


Pop Culture into Art

This study of the Argentinian writer, Manuel Puig, is written for an English-speaking audience and analyzes aspects of his novels, summarizes the important body of criticism which is only available...


Forty Years of Friendship

The friendship between Dorothy Thompson and Rose Wilder Lane began in 1920 in the publicity office of the American Red Cross in Paris and continued until Thompson's death in 1961. Although both women...


The Topical Notebooks of Ralph Waldo Emerson: Vol. 1

Published here for the first time are seven of Emerson's topical notebooks, which served as a source for his lectures, essays, and books of the 1850s, 1860s, and 1870s. Concerned primarily with...


Melvin B.Tolson, 1898-1966

One of the outstanding poets of the twentieth century, Melvin B. Tolson is best known for Rendezvous with America, Libretto for the Republic of Liberia, Harlem Gallery, and A Gallery of Harlem...


Artist in America

Controversial, flamboyant, contentious, brilliant--Thomas Hart Benton (1889-1975) was certainly all of those. Few American artists have stirred so much love and hatred as he did in a career that...


Hildegard Peplau

Hildegard Peplau's 50-year career in nursing left an indelible stamp on the profession of nursing, and on the lives of the mentally ill in this country. She wore many hats -- founder of modern...


Jesse James Was His Name

William A. Settle, Jr. has, for a number of years, trailed the James brothers through the columns of old newspapers and the records of county courts. In his search for the facts concerning these...