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Some other studies come to other conclusions (see ch. 3 of UNCTAD (2007)), but the results covered here are representative of the bulk of the literature, which generally finds positive productivity impacts from adoption of ICT and e-business
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Advertising mavens love to talk about strategy and of the nuances used to get things perfectly right. That’s great for academic discussions and perhaps a few white papers, but most people in the trenches want information that is going to help direct activity and produce positive results. This means taking a look at the basics and that is true for any PPC bidding strategy. The fundamentals are going to be extremely important.
Starting mid-2008, Roche introduces a new global packaging design for prescription medicines. This will meet requirements and expectations of health authorities, medical professionals and patients worldwide. The new packaging allows quick and easy identification of the medicine and dosage strength. one product colour specific dosage colour icon of pharmaceutical form dosage colour is repeated How was the design selected? Roche sought feedback from medical professionals and health authorities and reviewed possible design options with more than 700 doctors, pharmacists, nurses and patients worldwide. There was clear support for the selected new design and respondents particularly highlighted that it was easy to recognise. What are the new features? The new packaging design includes d • istinct product and dosage colours for quick identification c • olour banding visible from three sides p • lunger rods and flip-off caps in dosage colours The design is in line with recent regulatory labelling guidelines and industry best practices. There will be no changes in pack dimensions and text. How will the design be implemented? The new packs will be phased in for Roche prescription medicines between mid-2008 and 2010 (approx.). C • ellCept, Copegus, Pegasys and Xeloda will be the first medicines to feature the new packaging design (some country-specific exceptions) T • he remaining medicines will change over the coming months Packs in the old design will not be replaced and can be used until expiry. Please contact your local Roche Office for country-specific details. F. Hoffmann-La Roche Ltd 4070 Basel Switzerland www.roche.com © 2008
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Counteroffer Acceptance: Road to Career Ruin by Paul Hawkinson Matthew Henry, the 17th century writer said, “Many a dangerous temptation comes to us in fine gay colors that are but skin deep.” The same can be said for counteroffers, those magnetic enticements designed to lure you back into the nest after you've decided it's time to fly away. The litany of horror stories I've come across in my years as an executive recruiter, consultant and publisher, provides a litmus test that clearly indicates counteroffers should never be accepted . . . EVER! I define a counteroffer simply as an inducement from your current employer to get you to stay after you've announced your intention to take another job. We're not talking about those instances when you receive an offer but don't tell your boss. Nor are we discussing offers that you never intended to take, yet tell your employer about anyway as a “”they-want-me-but-I'mwith-you” ploy. These are merely astute positioning tactics you may choose to use to reinforce your worth by letting your boss know you have other options. Mention of a true offer, however, carries an actual threat to quit. Interviews with employers who make counteroffers, and employees who accept them, have shown that as tempting as they may be, acceptance may cause career suicide. During the past 20 years, I've seen only isolated incidents in which an accepted counteroffer has benefited the employee. Consider the problem in its proper perspective. What really goes through a boss's mind when someone quits?