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MGT602 - Entrepreneurship - Lecture Handout 39

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DECISIONS (Continued….)


The entrepreneur will generally need to establish procedures and criteria for hiring new employees.

Advertising in local newspapers and referrals from friends and associates is most effective for entry-level positions. For senior management the most effective strategy is networking with friends and business associates. Personnel agencies may also be considered if there are no other effective options.

Once resumes have been collected some basis of determining each candidate’s strengths should be made.

Some criteria must be used in the resume evaluation. Factors such as education, prior experience, entrepreneurial activities, and interests can be used to assess candidates. From the initial screening of resumes, a few candidates can be invited in for an interview. Most firms use an interview form with critical factors listed for evaluating the interview candidates. The goal should be to hire not only the best candidate but also someone who will perform well in the entrepreneurial environment and provide a long-term solution to the available position.

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CS403 - Database Management Systems - Lecture Handout 30

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Overview of Lecture

Data Manipulation Language

Functions in SQL

In the previous lecture we have discussed different operators of SQL, which are used in different commands. By the end of previous lecture we were discussing ORDER BY clause, which is basically used to bring the output in ascending or descending order. In this lecture we will see some examples of this clause.


The ORDER BY clause allows you to sort the records in your result set. The ORDER BY clause can only be used in SELECT statements. The ORDER BY clause sorts the result set based on the columns specified. If the ASC or DESC value is omitted, the system assumed ascending order. We will now see few examples of this clause

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