Archive for February, 2010

The role of

Posted by on Monday, 22 February, 2010

The role of administrator administrator’s profession is very diverse depending on the level that is within the administrator, must live with the routine and the daily uncertainty or operational level planning, organizing, directing and controlling the activities of his department or division in the intermediate level, or even the decision-making process at the institutional level, facing an external environment that the company intends to serve. The more you worry the manager to know or learn how to run the tasks will be better prepared to perform at the operational level of the company. The more you worry about developing concepts will be more prepared to act on the institutional level of the company.An administrator must know how to prepare an expense budget or a sales forecast, how to build a flow chart or program, such as interpreting a balance sheet prepared as planning and production control, etc., and that such knowledge is valuable to the administration, however the most important and vital is knowing how to use it and under what circumstances to apply them properly. Management professionals are the managers, being the college awarding the evidence concerned the Bachelor of Business Administration, also in almost every country in the world there is a master of business degree called MBA.

The museum was

Posted by on Monday, 22 February, 2010

The museum was founded for teaching by a professor at the University of Moscow, Ivan Vladimirovich Tsvetaeva philologist, son of the historian Dmitri Ilovaiski. Thanks to their efforts, the State Duma of Moscow was given a spot in the center of town called Kolimazni Dvor (Road House), not far from the Kremlin. The building, classic lines with Ionic columns, the Roman design I. Klein. It opened in 1912, named after Tsar Alexander III of Russia. Initially, the museum focused on classical sculpture, showing mostly plaster casts that were used to learning new artists, but the Soviet Revolution of 1917 made a change in direction. The new communist government decided to expand it in 1924 nationalized artwork, mostly from private collectors who had fled the country. Therefore, the Pushkin Museum has very different funds of Egyptian archeology, Greek vases, textiles and prints. Room of the museum of sculpture reproductions in plaster.In the period 1924-30, the museum grew substantially, thanks to the works transferred from St. Petersburg, most from the Hermitage. And was intended to balance the artistic wealth of the two cities and, incidentally, relieve congestion at the Hermitage. Pushkin was also ascribed to the different landscapes and genre scenes of the Tretyakov Gallery, and more than 500 European paintings of the Rumyantsev Museum, along with drawings, engravings, coins and a valuable library. The institution received its present name in 1937. In 1948, the so-called State Museum of Western Art, which had been created with the Shchukin and Morozov collections, was dismantled and its funds were divided between the Hermitage and Pushkin. As a result, both museums have celebrated Impressionist, avant-garde works. In 2008, it was announced that the architect Norman Foster and his team designed a comprehensive plan to reform the museum, budgeted at 177 million.The project includes the construction of several buildings for library, movie theater and offices, and better harmonization of the various buildings that have been added previously. It is expected that the museum closes its doors in 2009, to reopen in 2012, coinciding with the celebration of its centenary.

Biography Born

Posted by on Sunday, 21 February, 2010

Biography Born in Siruela (Badajoz). He is married and has 4 daughters, all medical graduates. Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid and specializes in surgery, being a pioneer in liver transplantation and complex diseases in gastrointestinal surgery, pancreatic and bile. Considered one of the world’s foremost authorities in surgery and transplantation, and innovator in the current surgical techniques, is also Chief of General Surgery and Abdominal Transplantation of Hospital 12 de Octubre. Their contributions are important to the treatment of portal hypertension, malignant tumors of the biliary tract and liver. He has developed new surgical procedures, such as mesenteric-cava derivation of the internal jugular vein or the cancer treatment extended esophagogastrectomy thistles. She has worked extensively on the increase and improvement of organ donations in Spain and on techniques for improving the effectiveness of transplantation.Professor of Surgical Pathology at the University Complutense of Madrid. Member of the Royal Academy of Medicine and the Medical Surgical Spain, and honorary member of the association of surgeons in many countries (like USA, France, Portugal, Italy, Japan, Argentina, Colombia, Chile, Venezuela, Panama, Cuba …), and many other institutions to which it belongs. He received the gold medal of the World Congress of the International College of Surgeons. Medal Semmelweis University Budapest, Doctor Honoris Causa by the University of Palermo (Italy), Doctor Honoris Causa by the University of Extremadura, Doctor Honoris Causa by the Universidad Rey Juan Carlos de Madrid, Honorary Professor at various European universities, American and Asian. He was elected Physician of the Year in 1985 and Doctor of the Decade, among other awards. Author of hundreds of scientific publications of the highest international level and many books.In 1999 he was awarded the Prince of Asturias Award for Technical and Scientific Research. He is currently the Head of Department of General and Transplant Surgery Hospital Abs October 12, and Chief of Surgery Light Clinic, where doctors shared operating rooms with the likes of Dr. Villarejo, Dr. Palaz n or Dr. Kaybel. At present, continues to develop fully their research and teaching activities.

Origin and characteristics

Posted by on Tuesday, 16 February, 2010

Origin and characteristics of the multinational’s best known commentator on the origin and consequences of multinationals as John Kenneth Galbraith, who since 1967. proclaimed that the elevation to the primacy of the types of companies from the Second World War has profound implications for economic, social and political. Meanwhile, the other argues that they outweigh the risk problem, central to traditional businesses, which achieved mainly due to the strengths of one hand to be in a position to obtain long-term contracts in the area of both buying and selling (included with unions) and relations with other countries and to expand its activities to the financial sector. A consequence of the above, free competition as conceived in the classical conceptions ceases to exist and becomes a situation of, at best, imperfect competition. For example, a condition of real competition is the right information and independent.But multinationals distort that information through the control of advertising, which now extends to the production of complete lines of magazines or newspapers. No doubt some of these companies became very large and spread to various countries or regions, but in the classical companies of the Rockefellers, Vanderbilts, Carnegies, or the owner was Rothschild who made the decisions. That situation began to change in the first two decades of the twentieth century. Already in 1911 Schumpeter refers to the importance it assumes what might be called the “professional entrepreneur” (entrepreneur) who is (in the words of Schumpeter) “the guy who takes no personal financial risk. Adam Smith had a very critical view of this situation. For him, risk and the reward was a matter between individuals who are in the free market.How could these individuals compete freely if they delegate their representation to others in fact, as can be competitive if the owners of any property or service (from labor to capital) are grouped to share or reduce the risk this situation is simply a market distortion. Galbraith points out another consequence of the rise of professional business, a result that follows directly from the classical perception of the economic behavior of individuals. That business shall inevitably pursue their interests-both as individuals and as a group the same way that other individuals or groups seek to manipulate the market in order to benefit, these entrepreneurs are doing. Smith himself the situation before the shareholders, which are what Smith terms assume the economic risk will only receive “what the directors consider it appropriate to give them” About “the directors” says that “without an exclusive privilege … have generally mismanaged the company.And with that privilege, they have both mismanaged and have restricted Much has been written about the nature and role of “entrepreneur.” Generally those who consider themselves supporters of capitalism and liberalism (in its classical or neo versions ) forget that aspect of the position both of Smith, Schumpeter and others to focus on another part of the Schumpeterian analysis: the entrepreneur as an innovator (see entrepreneur). While it is true that Schumpeter identifies that professional manager as an innovator, it is equally true that that innovation is not necessarily favorable to investors or to society in general because, as Galbraith points out, is not and can not be motivated by a desire to better others, but staff. In a society where everyone pursuing personal interest, you can not expect that those who control firms are the exception are those motivated by the good of others. That the business and professional firms manipulate the market for personal gain is not just a moral or legal question.Beyond extreme cases such as Enron – the problem lies in the perception of mismanagement Smithian and restriction of the company. In that sense it exemplarity the case of IBM, one of the first modern multinational, which starting from a strong position in the market came almost to the bankruptcy of the late twentieth century (in 1993 IBM announced the biggest loss was in the history of that country to date: U.S. 4.97 billion in 92), a situation that was due to a phenomenon foreseen by Galbraith: proliferation of bureaucracy in the form of more and more layers of managers: one says that IBM came to managers have more than ten per employee who worked at the same time, these layers are transformed into a real brake on innovation at each layer needed to do an analysis before recommending action to the next level.


Posted by on Tuesday, 16 February, 2010

Doroteo Arango Arambula (better known as Pancho Villa) was one of the leaders of the Mexican Revolution, which was decisive military action to defeat the regime of Victoriano Huerta. Born in San Juan del Rio (Durango) on 5 June 1878 and was killed in an ambush in Hidalgo del Parral (Chihuahua) on 20 July 1923. Orphan, had an unhappy childhood and very rebellious behavior in adolescence.It was a woodcutter, farmer and businessman, before becoming a revolutionary military. During the revolution was known as “El Centauro del Norte”. He was one of the main contributors to the president, Francisco I. Madero. Madero was assassinated along with being vice president, during the Ten Days led by the traitors, Bernardo Reyes, Felix Diaz and Victoriano Huerta. Lawyer, poet, writer, born on September 8, 1869 in Tenosique, Tabasco, the son of Master Alfredo Pino House, grandson of Don Pedro Sainz de Baranda, nephew of General Pedro Joaquin Baranda and Bachelor Casas s. Upon receipt of the legal career he moved to Yucatan to practice his profession there and lead the newspaper “The Peninsula” which was proclaimed by the peasant class. As a member of the National Party Antirreeleccionista, joined President Francisco I. Madero when it passed over the Yucatan making his first tour. Pino organized groups loyal to Tabasco and Yucatan. Moreover, when Madero was imprisoned in San Luis Potosi, Pino wrote him regularly informed of revolutionary progress in Yucatan and Tabasco. When Madero was released from prison, he assumed the provisional presidency under the Plan of San Luis Pino appointed governor of Yucatan, serving in these terms from 5 June to 8 August 1911. After the formation of the cabinet in Ciudad Juarez, Madero Pino appointed Attorney General, a post he led until the 13th November. He won elections in November 1911 when Jose Maria Pino Suarez became Vice President, when the Anti-reelectionist Party had a candidate for this position and as President Francisco I. Madero. Just installed the new government, the enemies he began directing his attack mainly affront Madero and Pino Suarez, who had to relinquish their positions on 19 February 1913 during the revolt known as the Ten Days. Ever loyal to Madero, Pino was also killed by him and by the same cause.On 22 February 1913, killed near the Federal District Penitentiary, where they moved with the premeditated intention of killing them on the road. In the field of letters that included Jose Maria Pino Suarez was the author of “melancholy” and “storming”. Venustiano Carranza Garza (Cuatro Cienegas, Coahuila, December 29, 1859 – Tlaxcalantongo, Puebla, 21 May 1920).

Strategic planning is

Posted by on Monday, 15 February, 2010

Strategic planning is the process analytical strategy development and implementation of plans to reach goals and objectives. Strategic planning is particularly true in military affairs (where military strategy was called) and business activities. Within the business is used to provide overall direction to a company (called Strategy entrepreneur) in financial strategies, strategies for developing human resources or organizational developments in information technology and create marketing strategies to enumerate just a few applications . It can also be used in a wide variety of activities ranging from election campaigns to sports competitions and games of strategy like chess. This article considers the strategic planning of a generic form so that its contents can be applied to any of these areas.

Ethical questions and

Posted by on Monday, 15 February, 2010

Ethical questions and outsourcing Outsourcing, especially applied in the field of computer science, is highly questionable as the employee gains, generally, only a third of what they receive if effectively work in the contracting company. That’s the main point against outsourcing from the standpoint of employees. From the perspective of the contracting companies, the main drawback is that, especially in information technology, its own systems and quality of its functionality themselves are affected in security, because the employee has no commitment with a Contracting Company but with his own company (the contract). It also questioned the fact that these subcontractors operating massively in third world countries, since labor laws in these countries are more lenient about this kind of conduct. Currently in the world, Unisys is leading the information technology outsourcing market.

State Conference of

Posted by on Monday, 15 February, 2010

State Conference of Medical Students The aim Jeem meeting of all members representatives from each of the 33 medical schools, and must be conducted with a gap of 6 months maximum, around April and October-November of each year. In these regular meetings are part of decision making and the drafting of the agreements of the General Assembly. The Act was also drafted proposals that collects the requests of students and sent to the Ministries of Health and Consumption, Education and Science, the Conference of Deans of Medicine and the Medical College Organization. In April 2007, were held on the campus of the Autonomous University of Barcelona the 50th General Assembly of ordinary character, and the 51st, extraordinary to change the Statutes and Internal Regulations.These dates are approved the organization of a Congress of Medical Education for medical students, which has an annual basis, with the University of Alcala de Henares, the first site in April 2008.

DONAMOR a festival for life!, A big concert for the donation of organs and tissues

Posted by on Sunday, 14 February, 2010

For there is a need of a transplant organ or tissue, to be transplanted organs and tissues, needs someone to donate, so that there donation culture needs to encourage organ and tissue donation among the population. In the National Foundation for Transplants was born the idea to produce in massive concert for the donation of organs and tissues in Mexico. The idea remained motionless like a seed waiting for the best time to germinate. and over the years the conditions were arranged so that the concert was taking shape. In 2003 the telenovela producer Juan Osorio was one called “Bridal Veil,” and we asked for advice because the protagonist – Susana Gonzalez – received a heart transplant and wanted to drive the plot as more attached to reality as possible. Very interested in the subject John suggested we hold events for the donation.And when I explained the idea of the concert immediately agreed to participate. It was thus with the help of Juan Osorio, Fundaci n Televisa – our allies in transplants and great friends since our inception in 2002 – and the Telmex Foundation which provided the economic resource, DONAMOR, a festival for Life, could be translated into September 2003 in the framework of the national week of transplantation. After that first edition in the base of Mexico City came two in 2004 in Mexico City and Guadalajara, one more in the base in 2005 and the last in Netzahualcoyotl, state of Mexico in 2006. Hundreds of performers paraded across the stage of DONAMOR.Singers, actors, actresses, athletes, drivers, entertainers and other public figures attended willingly without pay absolutely nothing, with the sole purpose of solidarity to our cause in favor of those who need an organ or tissue to save their lives. Gloria Trevi, Antonio Aguilar, Raphael, Carlos Vives, Aracely Ar mbula, Eduardo Santamarina, Susana Gonzalez, Claudia Lizaldi, Liza Echeverr a, Jorge Ortiz de Pinedo, Jorge Poza, Jeans, Panda, Tatiana, Alan, Pablo Montero, Ludwdika Palette, Niurka, Liz Vega, Cinthia Kiltbo, Ana Layevska, Laura Flores, Ninel Conde, Luz Elena Gonzalez, Isabel Madow, Adrian Uribe, Billy Rios, Carlos Espejel, Carlos Eduardo Rico, Luis de Alba, Rafael Inclan, Carlos Giron, Kenny and the Electrical, M5, Banda Limon, Los Angeles Negros, Julio Preciado and many more were those who sent hundreds of thousands of people his message in favor of donation and transplantation of organs and tissues. DONAMOR, a festival for life was a very pleasant experience that contributed to that in Mexico the donations are increasing day by day, year after year. Many thanks to everyone who made this dream possible! Video DONAMOR, a festival for life!

Plastic Surgery … models, perfect, gums, pelotudas

Posted by on Wednesday, 10 February, 2010

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