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Harish Hande, an Indian entrepreneur, runs a profitable business that is helping to transform the environment for millions of people.
Harish Hande, an Indian entrepreneur, runs a profitable business that is helping to transform the environment for millions of people.
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Produced by: Franklin-Covey
Basel regulations, specifically Basel II, establish principles and guidelines for banks to calculate their minimum capital requirements for credit, market, and operational risk. Operational risk represents...
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Basel regulations, specifically Basel II, establish principles and guidelines for banks to calculate their minimum capital requirements for credit, market, and operational risk. Operational risk represents the risk of financial loss resulting from inadequate or failed internal processes, people, and systems or from external events. Depending on the level of sophistication of individual banks, Basel II permits three methods for calculating operational risk capital charges: basic indicator approach, standardized approach, and advanced measurement approach (AMA). The AMA is the most sophisticated and risk sensitive of the three and allows banks to use their own method for assessing their exposure to operational risk provided they meet certain requirements set by Basel. A bank's AMA would be obliged to make use of certain data elements, primarily taking into account internal loss, business environment, and internal control factors to create a reliable estimate of the operational risk capital charge. Banks should also have systems for regular validation and verification and should ensure successful development, implementation, and maintenance of the AMA framework. This course presents a high-level view of the advanced measurement approach and Basel regulations for its successful deployment in banks. It recognizes types of AMAs and characteristics of AMA data elements. It then explains validation and verification as part of operational risk management framework and identifies key components of operational loss event valuation.
Basel regulations, specifically Basel II, establish principles and guidelines for banks to calculate their minimum capital requirements for credit, market, and operational risk. Operational risk represents the risk of financial loss resulting from inadequate or failed internal processes, people, and systems or from external events. Depending on the level of sophistication of individual banks, Basel II permits three methods for calculating operational risk capital charges: basic indicator approach, standardized approach, and advanced measurement approach (AMA). The AMA is the most sophisticated and risk sensitive of the three and allows banks to use their own method for assessing their exposure to operational risk provided they meet certain requirements set by Basel. A bank's AMA would be obliged to make use of certain data elements, primarily taking into account internal loss, business environment, and internal control factors to create a reliable estimate of the operational risk capital charge. Banks should also have systems for regular validation and verification and should ensure successful development, implementation, and maintenance of the AMA framework. This course presents a high-level view of the advanced measurement approach and Basel regulations for its successful deployment in banks. It recognizes types of AMAs and characteristics of AMA data elements. It then explains validation and verification as part of operational risk management framework and identifies key components of operational loss event valuation.
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Produced by: SkillSoft
The Basel Committee identifies operational risk as the key risk that banks face on account of inadequate or failed internal processes, people or systems, or external events. The Committee requires that banks...
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The Basel Committee identifies operational risk as the key risk that banks face on account of inadequate or failed internal processes, people or systems, or external events. The Committee requires that banks hold adequate capital to cover these potential losses. Banks use a number of methods and tools to identify, assess, quantify, and respond to potential operational risk events. These may include building and using a loss event database, identifying key risk indicators (KRIs), and using tools such as risk and control self-assessment (RCSA), scenarios, and scorecards. The analysis of historic losses also provides meaningful information for assessing the bank's exposure to operational risk and for developing a strategy for their mitigation and control. This course introduces identification, assessment, and quantification of operational risk in a bank or a financial institution including key decisions affecting the determination of internal loss database, the KRI framework, steps in the RCSA process, and operational risk quantification.
The Basel Committee identifies operational risk as the key risk that banks face on account of inadequate or failed internal processes, people or systems, or external events. The Committee requires that banks hold adequate capital to cover these potential losses. Banks use a number of methods and tools to identify, assess, quantify, and respond to potential operational risk events. These may include building and using a loss event database, identifying key risk indicators (KRIs), and using tools such as risk and control self-assessment (RCSA), scenarios, and scorecards. The analysis of historic losses also provides meaningful information for assessing the bank's exposure to operational risk and for developing a strategy for their mitigation and control. This course introduces identification, assessment, and quantification of operational risk in a bank or a financial institution including key decisions affecting the determination of internal loss database, the KRI framework, steps in the RCSA process, and operational risk quantification.
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Produced by: SkillSoft
Basel regulations include established principles and guidelines for managing operational risks and holding adequate capital to cover potential losses from operational risk events. The Basel Committee requires...
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Basel regulations include established principles and guidelines for managing operational risks and holding adequate capital to cover potential losses from operational risk events. The Basel Committee requires a bank or a financial institution to have an adequate operational risk management framework for this purpose. As a result, an operational risk management (ORM) framework and corresponding ORM processes should comprise important steps such as identification, assessment, reporting, monitoring and control, and mitigation of operational risk. The ORM efforts at a bank yield several management applications aimed at business goals such as risk awareness, loss reduction, and risk optimization and mitigation. This course discusses various aspects of operational risk management framework, process and applications in banks. It identifies key risk events, characteristics of an operational risk management framework, and steps in an ORM process. The course then discusses key management applications of ORM efforts, challenges, and components of ORM deployment strategy.
Basel regulations include established principles and guidelines for managing operational risks and holding adequate capital to cover potential losses from operational risk events. The Basel Committee requires a bank or a financial institution to have an adequate operational risk management framework for this purpose. As a result, an operational risk management (ORM) framework and corresponding ORM processes should comprise important steps such as identification, assessment, reporting, monitoring and control, and mitigation of operational risk. The ORM efforts at a bank yield several management applications aimed at business goals such as risk awareness, loss reduction, and risk optimization and mitigation. This course discusses various aspects of operational risk management framework, process and applications in banks. It identifies key risk events, characteristics of an operational risk management framework, and steps in an ORM process. The course then discusses key management applications of ORM efforts, challenges, and components of ORM deployment strategy.
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Produced by: SkillSoft
This CEU course provides: the history of Alzheimer's care facilities; a model of residential care; case studies; and design considerations for Alzheimer's disease relating to way-finding and orientation...
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This CEU course provides: the history of Alzheimer's care facilities; a model of residential care; case studies; and design considerations for Alzheimer's disease relating to way-finding and orientation safety and security entry and egress bathing secure outdoor spaces private and quiet spaces engaged wandering and supporting family and professional caregiver involvement among other aspects.
This CEU course provides: the history of Alzheimer's care facilities; a model of residential care; case studies; and design considerations for Alzheimer's disease relating to way-finding and orientation safety and security entry and egress bathing secure outdoor spaces private and quiet spaces engaged wandering and supporting family and professional caregiver involvement among other aspects.
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Produced by: Quantum Units Education
This course introduces key Six Sigma concepts and how to use them to connect business drivers to Six Sigma metrics to achieve organizational goals. This course is aligned with ASQ's 2015 Six Sigma Green Belt...
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This course introduces key Six Sigma concepts and how to use them to connect business drivers to Six Sigma metrics to achieve organizational goals. This course is aligned with ASQ's 2015 Six Sigma Green Belt Body of Knowledge.
This course introduces key Six Sigma concepts and how to use them to connect business drivers to Six Sigma metrics to achieve organizational goals. This course is aligned with ASQ's 2015 Six Sigma Green Belt Body of Knowledge.
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Produced by: SkillSoft
Enable your team to succeed.
Enable your team to succeed.
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Produced by: Franklin-Covey
This course covers OSHA standard 29 CFR 1910.1030 regarding healthcare worker exposure to bloodborne pathogens. It gives an overview of the standard and addresses specifics on what employers are required to...
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This course covers OSHA standard 29 CFR 1910.1030 regarding healthcare worker exposure to bloodborne pathogens. It gives an overview of the standard and addresses specifics on what employers are required to do when an incident occurs protective measures employers need to take equipment available to reduce the risk of incidents and information about management and use of sharps and catheters.
This course covers OSHA standard 29 CFR 1910.1030 regarding healthcare worker exposure to bloodborne pathogens. It gives an overview of the standard and addresses specifics on what employers are required to do when an incident occurs protective measures employers need to take equipment available to reduce the risk of incidents and information about management and use of sharps and catheters.
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Produced by: Quantum Units Education
Businesses are increasingly outsourcing portions of their accounting. This Business Impact explores the pros and cons of outsourcing financial activities to third party service providers.
Businesses are increasingly outsourcing portions of their accounting. This Business Impact explores the pros and cons of outsourcing financial activities to third party service providers.
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Produced by: SkillSoft
No business survives long without customers, so attracting and retaining your clients and residents over time is very important. One of the bigger mistakes senior housing facilities make is failing to train...
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No business survives long without customers, so attracting and retaining your clients and residents over time is very important. One of the bigger mistakes senior housing facilities make is failing to train their salespeople on relationship management. Taking the time to understand your clients and using this information to exceed their expectations is at the core of every sales dialogue. Negotiating the sales dialogue alone will not result in a sale; the salesperson also needs to gain the potential client's commitment to purchase your services. This course discusses how to overcome any sales resistance from potential clients' in order to close the sale.
No business survives long without customers, so attracting and retaining your clients and residents over time is very important. One of the bigger mistakes senior housing facilities make is failing to train their salespeople on relationship management. Taking the time to understand your clients and using this information to exceed their expectations is at the core of every sales dialogue. Negotiating the sales dialogue alone will not result in a sale; the salesperson also needs to gain the potential client's commitment to purchase your services. This course discusses how to overcome any sales resistance from potential clients' in order to close the sale.
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Produced by: Ed4Online
Sales coaching is about enabling sales people to succeed and that means providing them with the guidance, feedback, and support they need to do their jobs well. It’s not always easy to coach though,...
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Sales coaching is about enabling sales people to succeed and that means providing them with the guidance, feedback, and support they need to do their jobs well. It’s not always easy to coach though, particularly when someone seems resistant to it. This Business Impact dramatizes a situation where a sales manager encounters resistance from a defensive salesperson during a coaching session.
Sales coaching is about enabling sales people to succeed and that means providing them with the guidance, feedback, and support they need to do their jobs well. It’s not always easy to coach though, particularly when someone seems resistant to it. This Business Impact dramatizes a situation where a sales manager encounters resistance from a defensive salesperson during a coaching session.
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Produced by: SkillSoft
Project-based operations have become a key factor in today's business world. The importance of choosing a well planned and proven method for managing projects is a challenge for organizations across the...
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Project-based operations have become a key factor in today's business world. The importance of choosing a well planned and proven method for managing projects is a challenge for organizations across the board. If you think about it, almost every work effort is a project, from constructing a new building within a university campus to designing and delivering a new line of technology products. As projects become the primary method for getting things done and effecting organizational change, it is crucial to follow a recognized, accepted methodology for managing projects. This course introduces you to PRINCE2 project management methodologies. The PRINCE2 methodology is recognized as an international standard for process-based project management. It is a widely used method for project management that has expanded beyond its origins in the UK public sector. This course provides an introduction to the themes, processes and principles of PRINCE2 and is designed to assist learners as part of their preparation for the PRINCE2 Foundation exam. This course will begin by providing an overview of the elements involved with managing projects using PRINCE2. It will also cover the principles of: continued business justification, learn from experience, defined roles and responsibilities, manage by stages, manage by exception and focus on products. PRINCE2® is a Registered Trade Mark of the Office of Government Commerce in the United Kingdom and other countries.
Project-based operations have become a key factor in today's business world. The importance of choosing a well planned and proven method for managing projects is a challenge for organizations across the board. If you think about it, almost every work effort is a project, from constructing a new building within a university campus to designing and delivering a new line of technology products. As projects become the primary method for getting things done and effecting organizational change, it is crucial to follow a recognized, accepted methodology for managing projects. This course introduces you to PRINCE2 project management methodologies. The PRINCE2 methodology is recognized as an international standard for process-based project management. It is a widely used method for project management that has expanded beyond its origins in the UK public sector. This course provides an introduction to the themes, processes and principles of PRINCE2 and is designed to assist learners as part of their preparation for the PRINCE2 Foundation exam. This course will begin by providing an overview of the elements involved with managing projects using PRINCE2. It will also cover the principles of: continued business justification, learn from experience, defined roles and responsibilities, manage by stages, manage by exception and focus on products. PRINCE2® is a Registered Trade Mark of the Office of Government Commerce in the United Kingdom and other countries.
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SAP provides software systems to automate and integrate business operations across a wide range of activities from the front office to the back office, the field, and the factory floor. Large, integrated...
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SAP provides software systems to automate and integrate business operations across a wide range of activities from the front office to the back office, the field, and the factory floor. Large, integrated systems like SAP are commonly known as ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) solutions. SAP has a range of ERP solutions which will help to integrate your business processes according to your specific business needs. This course identifies the features and benefits of ERP, and provides an overview of SAP solutions and scenarios for application that will help you identify the SAP solution that's best for your business. This course focuses on the use of SAP R/3, and offers additional information about the upgrades and enhancements available in SAP ERP 6.0.
SAP provides software systems to automate and integrate business operations across a wide range of activities from the front office to the back office, the field, and the factory floor. Large, integrated systems like SAP are commonly known as ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) solutions. SAP has a range of ERP solutions which will help to integrate your business processes according to your specific business needs. This course identifies the features and benefits of ERP, and provides an overview of SAP solutions and scenarios for application that will help you identify the SAP solution that's best for your business. This course focuses on the use of SAP R/3, and offers additional information about the upgrades and enhancements available in SAP ERP 6.0.
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Produced by: SkillSoft
Evaluation of basic rehabilitation nursing competencies for pain management.
Evaluation of basic rehabilitation nursing competencies for pain management.
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Produced by: ARN - Association of Rehabilitation Nurses
Evaluation of basic rehabilitation nursing competencies for patient and family education.
Evaluation of basic rehabilitation nursing competencies for patient and family education.
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Produced by: ARN - Association of Rehabilitation Nurses
The enforcement of the Emergency Medical Treatment and Labor Act (EMTALA) and the policies designed to ensure that hospitals localities or states are not ""dumping"" indigent mentally ill patients in need of...
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The enforcement of the Emergency Medical Treatment and Labor Act (EMTALA) and the policies designed to ensure that hospitals localities or states are not ""dumping"" indigent mentally ill patients in need of emergency care on other hospitals localities or states in violation of the law are examined in this CEU course. Policy suggestions to better protect the rights of the mentally ill are also considered.
The enforcement of the Emergency Medical Treatment and Labor Act (EMTALA) and the policies designed to ensure that hospitals localities or states are not ""dumping"" indigent mentally ill patients in need of emergency care on other hospitals localities or states in violation of the law are examined in this CEU course. Policy suggestions to better protect the rights of the mentally ill are also considered.
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Produced by: Quantum Units Education
Patient Perception lessons focus on how staff can create a relationship with patients on a level that is personal and respectful. Staff will learn how to neutralize negative perceptions, lay the groundwork...
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Patient Perception lessons focus on how staff can create a relationship with patients on a level that is personal and respectful. Staff will learn how to neutralize negative perceptions, lay the groundwork for the kind of experience patient’s desire, and generate an increasing number of positive impressions through word of mouth and social media.
Patient Perception lessons focus on how staff can create a relationship with patients on a level that is personal and respectful. Staff will learn how to neutralize negative perceptions, lay the groundwork for the kind of experience patient’s desire, and generate an increasing number of positive impressions through word of mouth and social media.
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Produced by: Task To Touch
Evaluation of basic rehabilitation nursing competencies for working with pediatric patients.
Evaluation of basic rehabilitation nursing competencies for working with pediatric patients.
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Produced by: ARN - Association of Rehabilitation Nurses
In the Define phase of Six Sigma DMAIC, teams identify improvement projects that have the maximum potential for return on time, money, and resource investments. For an accurate assessment of these...
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In the Define phase of Six Sigma DMAIC, teams identify improvement projects that have the maximum potential for return on time, money, and resource investments. For an accurate assessment of these opportunities, you need to have correct performance metrics and knowledge of where and how to use them. Later, during the Control phase, performance is assessed again using the same metrics to ensure improvements have been achieved. This course explores some of these metrics, such as defects per unit, defects per million opportunities, rolled throughput yield, process capability indices, and sigma level. It also explains using cost of poor quality to assess the potential gains to the company if the quality of products and processes is improved. This course is aligned with the ASQ Body of Knowledge and is designed to assist Green Belt candidates toward achieving their certification and becoming productive members of their Six Sigma project teams.
In the Define phase of Six Sigma DMAIC, teams identify improvement projects that have the maximum potential for return on time, money, and resource investments. For an accurate assessment of these opportunities, you need to have correct performance metrics and knowledge of where and how to use them. Later, during the Control phase, performance is assessed again using the same metrics to ensure improvements have been achieved. This course explores some of these metrics, such as defects per unit, defects per million opportunities, rolled throughput yield, process capability indices, and sigma level. It also explains using cost of poor quality to assess the potential gains to the company if the quality of products and processes is improved. This course is aligned with the ASQ Body of Knowledge and is designed to assist Green Belt candidates toward achieving their certification and becoming productive members of their Six Sigma project teams.
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Produced by: SkillSoft
Strong leaders need to demonstrate a careful balance of perseverance and flexibility. They must know when to press on despite obstacles and opposition. And they must also know when to alter course. This...
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Strong leaders need to demonstrate a careful balance of perseverance and flexibility. They must know when to press on despite obstacles and opposition. And they must also know when to alter course. This Challenge Series exercise explores the various aspects of perseverance and flexibility that leaders need to consider when faced with an apparent setback.
Strong leaders need to demonstrate a careful balance of perseverance and flexibility. They must know when to press on despite obstacles and opposition. And they must also know when to alter course. This Challenge Series exercise explores the various aspects of perseverance and flexibility that leaders need to consider when faced with an apparent setback.
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Produced by: SkillSoft
This program reviews general guidelines and fundamentals for documenting physician orders within the plan of care and as supplemental verbal orders.
This program reviews general guidelines and fundamentals for documenting physician orders within the plan of care and as supplemental verbal orders.
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Produced by: HCI - Home Care Institute
Wasting time at work is a common problem. This Business Impact examines strategies employees can use to minimize their procrastination.
Wasting time at work is a common problem. This Business Impact examines strategies employees can use to minimize their procrastination.
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Produced by: SkillSoft
Good decision making lies at the heart of success. This impact explores a strategy for ensuring that business decisions are sound.
Good decision making lies at the heart of success. This impact explores a strategy for ensuring that business decisions are sound.
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Produced by: SkillSoft
Marketing is defined as the method for creating, communicating, delivering, and exchanging offerings that have value for customers, clients, partners, and society. The concept of value is critical for...
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Marketing is defined as the method for creating, communicating, delivering, and exchanging offerings that have value for customers, clients, partners, and society. The concept of value is critical for understanding marketing. Value is the trade-off between benefits and the sacrifice required to gain them, which is a constantly changing relationship. This course will provide an overview of marketing, including the history of marketing thoughts and an in depth look at value.
Marketing is defined as the method for creating, communicating, delivering, and exchanging offerings that have value for customers, clients, partners, and society. The concept of value is critical for understanding marketing. Value is the trade-off between benefits and the sacrifice required to gain them, which is a constantly changing relationship. This course will provide an overview of marketing, including the history of marketing thoughts and an in depth look at value.
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Produced by: Ed4Online
Today's marketing is a human-centric practice that contributes to sustaining and improving the world and invites customers into collaboration to create the value they seek. This course will focus on the...
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Today's marketing is a human-centric practice that contributes to sustaining and improving the world and invites customers into collaboration to create the value they seek. This course will focus on the marketing process, or the series of logical steps based on sound business planning that is carried out by corporate marketing departments and others within an organization.
Today's marketing is a human-centric practice that contributes to sustaining and improving the world and invites customers into collaboration to create the value they seek. This course will focus on the marketing process, or the series of logical steps based on sound business planning that is carried out by corporate marketing departments and others within an organization.
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Produced by: Ed4Online