The purpose of this research is to examine the progressive and regressive factors that affect a small business owner’s decision to implement an exit strategy. An exit strategy can be defined as an entrepreneur’s strategic plan to sell his or her investment in a company he or she has controlling interest in.
Hospitals typically plan and allocate labor from a siloed, department focused perspective. This approach, however, does not align with the system perspective of patient movement through a hospital. This disconnect results in a breakdown of system feedback loops concerning labor planning and allocation resulting in sub-optimized results. A systemic, centralized approach to labor planning and …
Intangible assets are growing exponentially as a component of company value, but these assets are often unmanaged due to generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP), which provide no accountability. This research paper reaffirms and expands a proven alternative approach, which utilizes the CoreBrand Index® to measure, value, and manage intangible assets, and their financial impact on …
The researcher provides information about Economic Development Zones to assist readers’ understanding of these programs. Then, business leaders would be able to make informed decisions about the merits of these programs and whether it makes sense for them to relocate their businesses to one of Florida’s Economic Development Zones.
Potential Impacts of the FAA Reauthorization Act of 2018 on the Commercial Unmanned Aircraft Industry
As the Unmanned Aircraft Industry evolves, regulatory actions from Congress will significantly shape the ability to expand and integrate into the existing National Airspace System. The recently finalized 2018 FAA Reauthorization Act has the potential to be the most impactful of legislative actions to date.
Exploring Impediments to the Proliferation of Commercial Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) Use in the National Airspace System (NAS) of the United States
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UASs), best known as Drones, are expanding in their use, finding new commercial applications and honing their abilities in existing applications. The interviews analyzed here are designed to understand why UAS use has not reached its full commercial potential in the United States.
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UASs), best known as Drones, are of ever-increasing popularity, and have given birth to an entirely new industry that encompasses the design, manufacturing, distribution, training, operation, and reporting on developments related to UASs. In addition, UASs augment many pre-existing industries, providing more efficient and effective solutions to a range of industry challenges.