2009/5-6

THE IMPORTANCE OF LOGIC PLANNING IN CASE OF IT AND INNOVATION PROJECTS

by Judit Kiss and Zsolt T. Kosztyán In case of using methodology of project planning, in the first step we had to create a “good” logic network. We had to determine the successors and predecessors of the tasks. However, usually successors and predecessors proceed from the technology, sometimes (especially in case…

IMPLEMENTING LEARNING DESIGN BY LAMS TO IMPROVE TEACHING AND LEARNING

by Peter Lengyel – Miklos Herdon Learning Design has the potential to revolutionize e-learning by capturing the process of education, rather than simply content. By describing sequences of collaborative learning activities, Learning Design offers a new approach to re-use in e-learning. E-learning has a well developed approach to the creation and…

IMPACT OF CAP’S PILLARS ON ROMANIAN RURAL EMPLOYMENT

by Maria Vincze and Kinga Kerekes This paper aims to clarify the direction of change in rural employment on short- and medium term in Romania, while CAP regulations are being introduced and the global economic crisis emerges. First we put into evidence the decrease of the role of agriculture as buffer…

AN ICT-BASED TRACEABILITY SYSTEM IN COMPOUND FEED INDUSTRY

by Zeynel Cebeci, Yoldas Erdogan, Tuna Alemdar, Ladine Celik, Mustafa Boga, Yusuf Uzun, H. Durdu Coban, Murat Görgülü and Funda Tösten The term traceability refers to recording of flow of products along the food chain from production to consumption with inclusion of all intermediate applications involved in processing/packaging stages. The aim…

EUROPEAN TRADITIONAL FOOD PRODUCERS AND MARKETING CAPABILITIES: AN APPLICATION OF MARKETING MANAGEMENT PROCESS

by A. Banterle, A. Cavaliere, S. Stranieri , L. Carraresi The purpose of this paper is to evaluate the marketing management capabilities of SMEs producing traditional food products, in order to analyse the market orientation of SMEs in the food industry. Following the theoretical approach of Market Orientation, our analysis is…

ECONOMIC EFFECTIVITY OF FAIRS – KAVA MODEL TESTING ON AGRICULTURAL EXHIBITIONS

by László Kárpáti – Levente Varga This paper discusses the first experiences with the newly-developed KAVA-model. This model works on cash basis and evaluates cash inflow, outflow and Net Cash-Flow (NCF) in connection with four different interest groups connected to the given exhibition. The model was tested on four different exhibitions:…