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I received training that adults in their later years would have trouble obtaining. I moved from pushing pencils to speaking with clients. I received praises from complete strangers who didn’t know me, but knew the company that I worked for. 2, 2018″ > >Deerfield Beach motivated by early exit last year, feels it has the pieces for state titleEvery year, there’s motivation for Deerfield Beach, a perennial contender that has never been able to capture that elusive title, to be that first team to bring a championship back home. But there’s a little more inspiration around the returning Bucks players that were on last year’s team and had. 1, 2018″ > >Ge Eaford, Brandon Dorlus to announce college commitments Thursday nightThe recruitment of a pair of top Deerfield Beach defenders is about to be settled on Thursday night as the Bucks are throwing a commitment announcement party for outside linebacker Ge’mon Eaford and defensive end Brandon Dorlus.
Item Type:Conference or Workshop contribution (Paper)Item Status:Live ArchiveAbstractThis paper contends that the conventional rational model of strategic marketing planning is flawed. It is argued that the latter leads to the subsumption of individual perceptions of marketing reality within universal systemic based theories, which are unable to take account of the subjective and discontinuous worlds of marketing managers. It is proposed that in order to better understand marketing decision making in organisations, a phenomenological perspective be adopted.