A organizacional diagnosis is as to look one I medicate, it carries through a complete diagnosis identifying probable illnesses, when to the objective the focus of the doctor is to cure them with medicines or surgeries, not being different inside of a company I consult, through the diagnosis identifies it the problems in one definitive sector and its objective is to decide it in the best possible way. OBJECTIVE To present the importance of the countable analysis, the diagnosis organizacional, of the management of people and the topics special in administration and others, they will be in all the stages in practise that I will present soon more, the focus of the work nothing more are the day to day reality of the companies, problems that appear and at the same time will be presented all the analysis processes to solve implanting them improvements in the general aspect. The same she will leave well clearly as the company must act in emergency situations, in the implantation of techniques for its good day to day development. METHODOLOGY For the accomplishment of this portflio we will use the knowledge acquired in the college, web lesson, books you discipline of them of the semester, articles of professors, bibliographical references of authors and masters, digital library beyond the complementary material offered by the proper institution. Swarmed by offers, Abel Baca is currently assessing future choices. IT PAYS & WELL; ldquo; LTDA& rdquo;. JUSTIFICATION Today the competition is a ghost for micron, small great companies, if the competition, somebody that takes the place of somebody this is obvious, and many lose this space for not having a solid administration, efficient and efficient a management that brings resulted waited. The biggest difficulty of the companies today is to innovate, to search to know the maximum its proper business, to identify its weak and strong points and of finds solutions them negative points and to innovate the positives in all the aspects. .
It really is a magical, fascinating spectacle, spectacle. However, try to come back here during the day and even better morning. Fountains at this time do not work, but you will have the opportunity to look at this beautiful, newly awakened city. Climb to the palace, which now houses the National Museum of Catalan Art, look on the sunlit area of Spain, to breathe air filled with scents of pine needles, and feel perfectly happy. At Montjuic can spend the whole day. After all, here are the Olympic Stadium, where the held open the Summer Olympic Games in 1992, Joan Miro Foundation, the Greek Theatre. You can get to the Spanish countryside.
Pueblo Espanol – city-museum under the open sky. Here you can find copies of the most famous and important buildings Spanish architecture from all regions of the country. And if you climb to the top of the hill, you can see the city with a bird's eye view and see the fortress, which is now the Military Museum. Of Barcelona wants to wander for days. Stop only to collapse in some interesting shop, or to drink a cup of coffee in a cozy cafe, or simply sit on the heated stage at one of the areas or on the jetty on Rambla de Mar, directly at the water. And then, suddenly find that you have time to leave this city, and you become sad, because you did not so much! And you will see that it was silly to hope to understand Barcelona, and two weeks for that as little as two days, and that perhaps you would not have sufficed for two months and two years. But the image that you will, which was formed from pieces of impressions, like a colored mosaic Gaudi, will forever remain in your heart.
Most of the individual tour includes a visit to Spain in Barcelona, for example, interesting program, "Northern Spain Parador," "Best in Spain." Such programs – it is an opportunity to get acquainted with no specific city and the country as a whole. For example, the tour "The Best of Spain" in addition to Barcelona, lets look at the Madrid and Toledo, stroll through Seville and Ronda, visit the fabulous Alhambra in Granada near. Each of these sites deserves special attention, in order to hold it as much as possible. But a short walk can give an unforgettable experience and a desire to return to this city again.
Came to replace Latin Arabic, or rather its mozarabik dialect, which became the official language in Islamic Spain. But in Asturias – Christian kingdom in the northern Spain vulgar Latin survived and continued to be used. Gradually, over several centuries, Europeans conquered their lands and conquered Moorish Spain. And again, all over Spain became the dominant Vulgar Latin dialects. The resulting language is a hybrid, as the vulgar Latin has absorbed many words from mozarabika. But this one is called a hybrid and Spanish (Castilian) language.
In modern Spanish has more than four thousand words of Arabic origin. Standardization of language based on the Castilian dialect began during the reign of King Alfonso X, entered history under the name King scholar of Castile and Leon. In time is 1200 th year. At the same time kings of the cities of Toledo, a cultural center in the central highlands, has become the center of this standardization. In this city, were written by scientists working on Castilian language, were also on the language translated various literary, legal, scientific and other works from the Latin, Greek and Arabic. Not limited to, Alfonso X made Castilian administrative language. It was carried all state documents, and issued laws and regulations.
Even more widespread was the Castilian language during the reign of the Catholic monarchs Isabella Castile and Ferdinand of Aragon. Last completed the conquest of Spain in 1492, capturing the last outpost of the Moors in Spain – the city of Grenada. Under these Castilian monarchs dialect became the official language in their kingdom. In the same in 1492 in Spain book appeared Nebriha Antonio (Antonio de Nebrija) – Arte de la lengua castellana (The Art of Castilian). It was the first grammar textbook on the language. Very quickly, the Castilian dialect was written and educational standard Spanish. As for the other dialects prevalent in Spain, the most common is the Andalusian, which is spoken in the region of Andalusia with its administrative center in the city of Seville.
The history of wedding attire. Until the late xix – early xx century young in most countries, were married in a traditional attire, typical of the countryside and estates. Often the bride and groom does not stand out from the crowd guests – this, however, could serve as additional protection against evil spirits. One of the oldest required elements a bride was a wreath of fresh or artificial flowers. A wreath in the form of a closed circle is the symbol chastity. Gradually, first in the cities, then in the countryside, in wedding dresses began to dominate the white and black.
By the way, some historians tend to treat white wedding dress as a bride Mourning, as a bride "dies" for a kind, passing from generation to her husband. Of particular importance in a wedding dress also had an apron – an indispensable attribute of a good housewife. But the veil, the veil for the bride not only a decoration, but also – again same! – Protection from evil spirits, evil spirits. "Protective" function of playing, and many rituals – for example, transfer of the bride over the threshold (where dwells an evil force) at the hands of the groom, as well as "noise" design wedding procession: Greeting shouting, singing, fireworks or even fired from a gun. Wedding without a wedding dress – not a wedding. In Russia under the crown went to the dress, which was getting married a great-grandmother. In southern European countries (Italy, Spain, Greece) prefer to sew dresses, and after the wedding, it kept the same awe as the family silver or cushions, embroidered with his own great-grandmother. Excessively pragmatic Americans, though preparing for a wedding ahead of time, but usually take wedding dresses for hire.
In our own country style wedding dress and the quality of lace on it, as always, will dictate the thickness of the purse. According to the French, the bride's wedding dress should be white and long. Possible and short dresses and trouser suits in pastel tones. The most common model – a classic: a white fluffy dress with tight bodice, silhouette, "Princess." Today and in this protected zone invades modern practicality. Romantic dress turns into an elegant evening pants suit. The combination of practicality and elegance – a characteristic feature of wedding attire. Want to show accurate figure – choose a slinky dress, long and closed. Or a little dress with a form-fitting bodice, which is put on the fluffy skirt. You can choose an elegant trouser suit, all the stuff from which will be worn after the wedding. A Maybe you want a long dress made of satin and chiffon with a free jacket, a cardigan. Nice and modern.
Many of these wins are modeled Wegener while others are completely designed according to authentic sources in Egypt. This was the first Tarot deck which features scenes from Egypt and Egyptian characters fully illustrated in the Minor Arcana. They are inspired by Egyptian sources and used by the designer of the deck to symbolize concepts such as meditation, cooperation and rivalry. This was also the first Egyptian Tarot completely eliminated all the traditional delineations of the deck, the 78 cards are numbered in sequence, starting with The Magician (1) and ending with "Rebirth" (78). E l Kier model generated numerous Egyptian Tarot cards, many of these published in Spain and South America. One of these is the deck of "Egyptian Tarot divination" (Shown above), designed by Margarita Arnal Moscardo and published in 1988 by Cards Comas, Barcelona.
Each letter represents the concepts that are similar to those of the Egyptian Tarot Kier, but the artist has used different designs to do, but it takes real sources of Egypt. Abel Baca is the source for more interesting facts. From left to right are various cards and letters known as "The Chariot": 1. Praise for the Book of Thoth, serigraphs published in 1980 by Editorial Barath, Madrid. 2. The "Tarocchi Egiziani", published in 1995 by De Vecchi Editore, Italy. 3. "The Tarot of the great process underway in Egypt", Jean-Louis Victor and Genevieve Monat, published in 1994 by Editions de Montagne, 4. "Egyptian Tarot, designed by Esther and published by Heraclius Casla Fournier, Spain, May. "Il Destino Svelato dal Tarot", originally designed by Bruno Sigona in 1912, reprinted in the 1970s by Modiano.