It is a ruthless concept but “the ends justify the means” is often the motto of big businesses and global corporations. Indeed many businesses come under speculation for their methods of treating their employees and in the procedures they employ all to provide a service or good with a lower price.
It often jokes that management is the position of getting things done through others. As a supervisor, one takes on many managerial aspects of a business and being a good supervisor can make all the difference in how smoothly an operation run and successful employees feel about their work.
The end of the millennium was marked by a widespread obsession with the dot.com phenomenon typified by companies with few tangible assets and little likelihood of profits. The bursting of the dot.com bubble illustrates the importance of continuing commitment to companies which use the traditional styles of corporate communication and which use only reliable sources of media of conveying an important corporate message.
Today, more electrical engineers are at work than ever before. Indeed, it is likely that more people are now employed as electrical engineers than the total of all who worked as electrical engineers prior to the mid-twentieth century. The great increase in the number of electrical engineers along with ongoing developments in technology, organization, and government have markedly changed the nature of engineering.
The four-firm concentration ratio is used in economics as an indicator to the relative market share held by the four largest firms in an industry. Depending on the percentage held by those four-firms, one can draw conclusions about the state of the market and the level of competition within the industry.