Voc. 6 (2)

Voc. 6 (2) - 1. Blamestorming, noun. A discussion among a...

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1. Blamestorming , noun. A discussion among a group of people, who try to determine who or what is to blame for a particular mistake, failure or wrongdoing. “After a second customer complaint, the managers a blamestorming session fire the customer rep.” Source : textbook 2. Ballot , noun. System of secret voting. “Voters place their patters in a ballot-box.” Source : supplement reading 3. Acculturation , noun. The process of becoming familiar with another culture. It helps in conducting transnational businesses. “The process of acculturation along with total acceptance comes with age.” Source : online reading 4. Demurrage , noun. A fee charged by a carrier to compensate for the detention of the carrier's equipment in excess of allowable free time for loading, unloading, reconsigning or stopping in transit. “Paul is responsible of documenting demurrage claims for the company.” Source : online reading 5. Consortium , noun. A consortium is an association of two or more individuals
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This note was uploaded on 11/16/2011 for the course BUS 596R taught by Professor Ogden during the Fall '11 term at BYU.

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Voc. 6 (2) - 1. Blamestorming, noun. A discussion among a...

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