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إلعبها غير – @WesalMediaTeam

يسر فريق وصال الإعلامي ان يقدم لكم المسرحية الاستعراضيه الهادفه إلعـبـها غـيـر 

من هو فريق وصال الإعلامي

فريق شبابي من عمر 16سنة الى 26 يعكس الفئات المهمة (ثانوي- جامعة -حديثات التخرج ) بإنسجام تنمحي معه أي فروق عمرية و يظل الأداء المتميز و القلب النابض هو معيار المسؤولية و الإختيار بين العضوات يسعى لتقديم أعمال إعلامية هادفة ذات مستوى راقي من الطرح باستغلال طاقات ومواهب شبابية 100% نؤمن بأن للشباب طاقات هائلة و مؤثرة ترقى بالمجتمع

نعمل تحت مظلة مركز العمل التطوعي الكويتي كأحد الفرق التابعة له
وصال … إعلام ينبض شبابا … وصال إعلام غير

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تغطية ندوة جمعية المعلمين – نستاهل الكادر

حرصا مني على مساندة زملائي و زميلاتي المعلمين قررت الحضور ومشاركة مساء اليوم جمعية المعلمين ندوة بعنوان نستاهل الكادر وقام بالمحاضرة  نواب مجلس الامة هم مخلد العازمي ، حسن جوهر ، جمعان الحربش ، وليد الطبطبائي و بالاضافة النائب السابق عبدالعزيز المطوع

في البداية تحدث النائب مخلد العازمي وقد صرح بأن الكادر هو اول الاختبارات للحكومة الجديدة ، وثم قام رئيس مجلس ادارة الجمعية الاستاذ متعب العتيبي بالحديث و قال ان الوزيزة السابقة موضي الحمود زعلت لما شافت قانون كادر الجمعية فأجابته احدى المعلمات : كيفها ماتشوف شر

ثم فاجئنا الوزير احمد المليفي و استشر الجميع حير من حضوره و مساندته للمعلمين و تحدث عن القرارات الاصلاحية التي ستتم لاول مره بتاريخ الكويت ،، و تكلم عن اعراض بعض المعلمين من الحديث بالآمور السلبية قائلا اريدكم ان تحدثوني عن السلبي قبل الايجابي لنجد له الحلول واللي لا يتكلم عن السلبيات خلال الفترة القادمة فليس حريصا على وطنه

Annie’s homegrown

part of my marketing class requirement is to prepare a project about the macroni and cheese company, its called Annies , basically it talks about the different segments that annie targets to be her customers ,  she targets Kids and working adults because her products and all natural and healthy microwavable packs. my hypothesis  is that she can go for school luachs and make more profits for the institutional market. so I conducted a search in my own school to prove that kids might love to have MAC&Cheese ,, look what i have found ^.^

 

P.S.: thats my voice in the background ;p

 

 

 

GUST’s Best of Kuwait

On November 24, GUST’s MBA students led by Dr. John Hayes hosted the event Best of Kuwait at the GUST Theater. The event was based on research done by the students to find out which organizations are the best in their category.

The MBA students were divided into six teams. The teams were then given specified categories in which to research. They thoroughly researched their respective categories which included: day spas, Chinese restaurants, Japanese restaurants, Kuwaiti food, cupcakes and mobile phone services. The students interviewed clients and staff of different organizations in their category. They tried, tasted and experienced the services they were evaluating first-hand and assessed a variety of data before selecting which organization they deemed the “best.” It took the students a month to develop the project.

check me out ! am the 6th from left ^.^

The students framed their research in the context of what international organizations used to rate each corporation. They included demographic criteria, atmosphere, variety and quality of products or services and personal interactions.

The teams presented the audience at the event with all the competing businesses as the finalists for each project. After which, they revealed their list of what’s Best of Kuwait:

·      Best Chinese restaurant: P.F Chang’s

·      Best Day Spa: Spa Time

·      Best Cupcakes: Juju’s Cupcakes

·      Best Japanese restaurant: Maki

·      Best Kuwait food: Bait Dickson

·      Best mobile phone services: Zain

Each team gave out samples from the winning companies for the audience to try out.

“The students presented their own category using multimedia techniques,” explained Professor John Hayes, who teaches the students business communications, “After the presentations, I asked the audience to help me critique the team performances. It was a good way to help MBAs perfect their presentation skills and have some fun in the process.”

Samantha Hogg, who was part of the team who researched the best of Chinese restaurants, said that “the presentations helped us develop our communication skills, which is vital for our success in our MBA courses.”

دار السنع الكويتي


هم مجموعة أمهات كويتيات يمدون يد العون لكل أم مهتمة بتطوير مهارات أبنتها لعادات وتقاليد البيت الكويتي وذلك عن طريق ورشات عمل متواصلة تعنى بمواضيع كثيرة مهمة في حياة أبنتنا من إستقبال الضيوف والضيافة والمعاملة ، ومعرفة الردود السنعة للمناسبات الكويتية ، والجلوس الصحيح ، طريقة الاكل ، وطريقة التعامل مع جميع أفراد العائلة والمزيد والمزيد،،

ونحن في مدونتنا نشجع القائمين على هالمشروع الناجح و فعلاً بناتنا بحاجة لمعرفة الاتيكيت الكويتي الاصيل و عساهم على القوة

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Help me in this Poll

Hey everyone :)

I’m conducting a study for a report, and I need to gather some information. I have added a single question poll on the right side of the blog. You answers and replies are highly appreciated.

Thanks :)

how to read a book that you don’t want to read?

System Development Life Cycle

Abstract

“The Systems Development Life Cycle  (SDLC) in systems engineering, information systems and software engineering, is the process of creating or altering systems and the models and the methodologies that people use to develop these systems. The concept generally refers to computer or information systems[1].

SDLC also is the entire process of formal, logical steps taken to develop a software product. Within the broader context of Application Lifecycle Management (ALM), the SDLC is basically the part of process in which coding/programming is applied to the problem being solved by the existing or planned application[2].

So basically Systems Development Life Cycle is used to analyze a business problem and transform it into an IT solution. 

Introduction

This article will be demonstrating the “systems development life cycle” the history, the phases which are: planning, analysis, design , coding, testing, and finally maintenance.     The use of computers has exploded. Nowhere is this more evident than in the workplace. Computers run even manufacturing facilities. Can you just decide to throw some software program into a multi-million dollar manufacturing facility or financial institution and hope it works without breaking down? No one would want to take the chance. Do our computers have enough memory? Will it interfere with other programs? Does it really do what it is supposed to do? For that questions SDLC was developed.

Main Themes

Systems Development Life Cycle (SDLC) is a process used by a systems analyst to develop an information system, including requirements, validation, training, and user (stakeholder) ownership. Any SDLC should result in a high quality system that meets or exceeds customer expectations, reaches completion within time and cost estimates, works effectively and efficiently in the current and planned Information Technology infrastructure, and is inexpensive to maintain and cost-effective to enhance.[3]

In project management a project can be defined both with a project life cycle (PLC) and an SDLC, during which slightly different activities occur. According to Taylor (2004) “the project life cycle encompasses all the activities of the project, while the systems development life cycle focuses on realizing the product requirements”.[4]

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how to look after GoldFish?

well since i bought 7 goldfishes and only ONE is left, i needed to know

what am i doing wrong??? LOL

*update*


Fishkeeping:
How To Look After A Goldfish

Education.. what?

During the time our respectful – are they? – parliament members are fighting over Sunna-Shi’a issues in Islamic subjects, our children, brother & sisters are missing the “real” necessary education. I’m not saying the religious education is not necessary, it is! but it’s really important to provide a better “science-oriented” education. Comparing the Kuwaiti schools to America, Kuwait is definitely way beyond, but to show how important it is for Americans, and how frustrated they are because they fell into #20 in graduation rates. I wonder what is Kuwait’s rank?

Below, is a video I found on Vimeo, it literally describes the education crisis in America… the thing that exactly applies on Kuwait, taking into consideration that it is much much much worse in Kuwait. Watch it, and you’ll feel bad!

TakePart: Participant Media – Waiting For ‘Superman’ – Infographic from Jr.canest on Vimeo.