as the mother of a small child and as a resident of Housatonic, I am disgusted with the actions of this pig as well as equally disgusted with the legal system pertaining to this case. thats sick, as is the previous two comments posted....find this amusing do you? Missaggia won't be amused, as this is a very small town where everyone knows everybody, and I am sure there won't be any welcome mats put out for him. Well, good thing it was "only" cyber sex with a minor and not loitering in front of Aberdales! I feel bad for his family..the Berkshire Eagle gets a hold of it, it doesn't matter if they have the facts or not, they'll print it.Yeah, probation for attempting to entice a minor into intercourse (a supposed 12 year old girl as known to this creep).Professor Ian Turner, director of postgraduate qualification programmes at Henley Management College, which runs a distance learning MBA programme in Croatia says "language, costs and political barriers all get in the way.
Professor Terry Garrison of Henley Management College says Western students tend to associate business management with money-making rather than the "politics of an organisation", but in an enlarged Europe, he says "stakeholder management" will have to be taken on board.
Eastern European students are much more attuned to the politics of business, he says. Western students have forgotten what politics is about."Professor Danica Purg, dean and founding director of IEDC, the international business school in Bled, Slovenia, says Eastern and Central European business students bring intellectual breadth to the discipline, to match the skills base of Western students.
"If Western companies want to enter the Polish market," he argues, "people like myself are in a good position to drive that forward because we have knowledge of both the local and Western culture." He worked for ABB in Poland, the global power and automation technology company.
However, the enlargement of Europe is unlikely to provoke a flurry of Western MBA providers looking to set up shop in Eastern Europe, as is the case in China and India.
Often, they are very well-educated, but they are also determined, hard-working and ambitious, with knowledge of working in a far more volatile commercial environment than the UK - knowledge which is crucial to companies wanting to move eastwards.
Jana is confident her management training, and her knowledge of the volatile Eastern Europe's commercial environment, will prove valuable to future employers."I think global companies working in the Czech Republic recognise the value of the MBA and gradually it will catch on," she says.
Media siber memiliki karakter khusus sehingga memerlukan pedoman agar pengelolaannya dapat dilaksanakan secara profesional, memenuhi fungsi, hak, dan kewajibannya sesuai Undang-Undang Nomor 40 Tahun 1999 tentang Pers dan Kode Etik Jurnalistik.
Jana Siber, a Czech, arrived in England, aged 20, with £50 in her pocket but bagfuls of determination to make something of her life.
Established business schools in the accession countries, notably IEDC in Slovenia and Leon Kozminski Academy in Warsaw, are looking to set up "innovative" links with Western providers, but US schools which were very active in the Nineties, are far less active now.