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This thesis draws upon the broad range of research conducted on corporate governance and culture and narrows the focus to cultural dimensions for board governance. The aims of the research were to analyse: the influence of culture on the creation of value-added boards, the role of the chairpers...
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The main purpose of this study is to explore the propensity for scenic drive tourism. Specifically the study identifies the propensity and characteristics of scenic drive tourism by comparing the differences between Canadian and U.S. respondents. This study illustrates the importance of scenic drive...
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The proposed model of tourists’ behavioural intentions was developed and tested. The empirical tests completed provide support for the critical causal relationships between the constructs in the model. The results reveal that tourists’ overall satisfaction and their perceptions of value have a p...
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The proposed model of tourists’ behavioural intentions was developed and tested. The empirical tests completed provide support for the critical causal relationships between the constructs in the model. The results help clarify the roles of perceived quality of performance, perceived quality of exp...
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This study attempts to better understand the VFR market in Prince Edward Island, Canada by using data set drawn from Tourist Exit Survey during the period from 2000 to 2004. The study provided an exploratory examination of trip characteristic variables between VFR and pleasure travellers and identif...
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Culture is an important part of the tourism “product” and is one of the factors that can improve the competitiveness of a tourism destination. Cultural tourism covers all aspects of travel that provide an opportunity for visitors to learn about another area‟s history and way of life. However, ...
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A model is developed that considers the effects of perceived quality of performance on price-value, satisfaction, and behavioural intentions. The model was tested using data from 3,235 surveys of golfers on Prince Edward Island, a golfing destination in Canada. Three golfer types were identified: to...
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The present study was conducted to examine employee perceptions of and recommendations for improving employee engagement in the workplace. Using one-on-one interviews the author set out to examine and explore how employees in one industrial location perceived employee engagement and what, in the emp...
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Tourism can provide social and economic benefits for Aboriginal people. This market research investigated the potential for Aboriginal Tourism opportunities, particularly basket weaving, on Prince Edward Island (PEI). Members (N=7,366) of the Traveller‟s Voice panel, maintained by the University o...
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Hospital foundations, established to raise funds for medical equipment for their parent hospitals or health care institutions, are being challenged by changes in governance by their parent hospitals or health care institutions. The governance model for most hospitals across Canada has changed dramat...
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As a young investor, it is essential that I take advantage of investment principles such as compounding interest rates and the time value of money. History has proven that although riskier than other forms of investments, Canadian and U.S. common shares have yielded double digit percentage returns. ...
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Mental illness has become one of the leading reasons for absenteeism in Canadian workplaces. Employers are challenged to become more aware, educated, and active about mental illness in order to assist employees with workplace accommodations. In the 2006 report by Kirby and Keon, stigma was highlight...
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The purpose of this paper is to look specifically at workgroup boards to identify their motivations and challenges, and to develop recommendations on how to address those challenges. Workgroup boards are volunteer boards that have to both govern and manage because they do not have paid executive sta...