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ICC Code of Conduct
by General Mills in Careers & Job Searching
The International Cricket Council was founded in 1909 as the Imperial Cricket Council, taking up its current title in 1989. The ICC organizes and governs all major cricket tournaments, including appointing umpires and other officials. OffensesThe ICC code of conduct requires cricket players and support personnel to behave with decorum and class. The offenses described in the code range from Lev
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How to Conduct a VBSS
by cyclohexane in Business
Today's political climate presents many security problems. Pirates and terrorists have made the seas a dangerous place to do business. Ships are taken regularly by these lawless predators. When a ship is taken, reaction must be swift and sure; this reaction is called VBSS, which stands for visit, board, search and seize. VBSS is a fast-paced military action that follows the pattern of its name to
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How to Conduct a SWOT
by Tridnewly in Business
SWOT stands for Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats and is a powerful first step when evaluating a business. A SWOT analysis is a process designed to measure a company's resources and capabilities. The categories of Strengths and Weaknesses are current and internal attributes; these are things you and your company have direct control over. Opportunities and Threats are made up of futu
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Why Conduct a Job Evaluation?
by Zog in Business
There are a number of reasons to conduct a job evaluation. An evaluation is a way of keeping everyone involved, informed, regarding the work performance, for a particular individual. A performance evaluation provides a measurement for how effectively someone is performing his responsibilities. Employee FeedbackJob evaluations are used to keep an employee abreast of her job performance and how

How to Conduct an Orchestra
by frozentundra123456 in Arts & Entertainment
Conducting an orchestra is not as easy as it looks. Orchestra conductors study music for years before stepping up on the podium. They're usually accomplished musicians themselves who have at least a general knowledge of all the instruments and how to play them.Difficulty:Moderately ChallengingInstructions Read music. A conductor needs to know how to read various types of music. All of the orche

How to Conduct a Stakeout
by Leo in Careers & Job Searching
Whether it is a one time excursion or a comprehensive part of a growing private security firm, conducting a stakeout requires planning and research. Below are guidelines to help those who conduct stakeouts stay within the boundaries of the law as they stay undetected by the target.Difficulty:ModerateInstructions Research the target person thoroughly and make note of their interests and work. I
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How to Conduct an Experiment
by J.W. Mosley in Education
Conducting an experiment is a lot like following a recipe. You gather all the items you need and then follow steps outlined in the experiment. Even if you've never conducted an experiment before, you can have success by following the instructions.Difficulty:Moderately ChallengingInstructions Read the whole experiment in full before you start. Note the steps carefully and make sure you understan

How to Conduct a Questionnaire
by Vrki in Business
A questionnaire is created and distributed by an organization to groups of people. A questionnaire contains many different questions regarding a company's products or services and is used to gather information and feedback. When an organization conducts a questionnaire, it decides how it will be conducted; for example, typically over the phone, through the mail or on the Internet. The results are

How to Conduct an Intervention
by frugivore in Health
An intervention is a process by which an addict's loved ones convince him to seek treatment, usually at an inpatient treatment facility. Interventions are commonly staged for alcoholics and drug addicts, although this method may be used for people addicted to gambling, sex or other excessive behaviors. Trained substance-abuse counselors coordinate most interventions. In some situations, the addict

How to Conduct Genealogy
by Kapishin in Relationships & Family
The basics of genealogy start with yourself. Discovering your own history and learning where your family came from is exciting. You never know if you'll discover a scientist, artist, politician or a pioneer. You can also learn vital medical history through causes of death listed on death certificates. Expanding your genealogy from your immediate family to your ancestors gives you a sense of connec

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