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It was presented in my company ,& people are in love with this book
it has taken as campaicn trg programe
so very nice keep on sharing the same
as the deop of water changes whwn ever & wherever it fails thus your drop of water prooved to be pearl for me
thanks
suraj

From India, Pune
good one....i have recently seen a full film on 'who moved my cheese' in a managerial training.
From India, New Delhi
Dear friend Mr. Shabz has not prepared this ppt, so no question of putting it across well. He has only posted this under his name after downloading it from net. Regards.
From India, Delhi
Dear friend
Mr. Shabz has not prepared this ppt so he can not add anythinhg to it.
He has downloaded it from here :
Who Moved My Cheese Ppt Presentation
Regards.

From India, Delhi
Don't you think it is proper; even at this late stage to ACKNOWLEDGE THE SOURCE OF THE PPT, instead of pretending as if it has been created by you ?
Please note that plagiarism can have serious consequences.

From India, Delhi
Dear Ekta
For your kind information, Mr. Shabz has not prepared this ppt.
Dear amar2008
Shabz has downloaded it from other sites on the net.
Here's one link to this ppt. You can see for yourself :
Who Moved My Cheese Ppt Presentation
Also, it was earlier posted in CiteHR itself, on 23rd April, 2007 by ChaitaliS.
Here's the link to the CiteHR page :
https://www.citehr.com/26786-ppt-who...my-cheese.html
Regards.

From India, Delhi
Dear Friend Shabz
Instead of asking people to mail you at your email id, and you sending the ppt to their email id's;
why don't you just tell them from where you have downloaded this ppt; and also give them the link, so that they can themselves visit the site, download this ppt and benefit from other resources on the concerned site ?
I don't know what satisfaction you derive from the postaman';s job of taking request from people and then sending them this ppt. Can anybody help me in this ??
Wishing you a nice day !!!!

From India, Delhi
Dear Shabz-ji
Thx. next time when you feel like posting a ppt which you have downloaded from net, please ensure :
that you give credit to the source.
Instead of attaching the ppt, just provide a link to it.
  • It will reduce the pressure on the web server of this site.
  • Also, it will be helpful because members will not face difficulty in downloading it from your posting.
  • Consequently, people need not take the trouble to write a post; send you their personal email id;
  • and, you dont need to take the trouble of emailing the ppt to everyone.
Also. please note that, referring to a link does not constitute plagiarism, so you'll not be accused of plagiarism.
Note : The only drawback, is that it will deprive you of the pleasure of being credited and thanked for making that ppt. But I presume, it is not your intention to take credit for something which you have not done.
Regards.

From India, Delhi
My dear Shabz

I find it extremely disturbing that you should download from the net and post a ppt of the excellent bestseller book by Dr. Spencer Johnson - "Who Moved My Cheese" in the guise of asking the views of members; in a way as if you have created it.

If it was not your intention, then later, while accepting thanks from members you should have given the reference from where you downloaded it.

It is all the more painful that in your subsequent posts too, instead of directing the members to the relevant link, you are asking them to write to you.

Kindly do not repeat such acts in future.

It not only gives this site a bad name, risks being pulled into litigations over copyright issues; but it also wastes the time of members in downloading and reading something which they may have read earlier, or can have an alternate access to it.

Please see the posting policy of the site.

Moreover, if you find anything interesting while surfing the web, please just refer to it by giving its link. Such reference does not constitute plagiarism.

Best wishes.

From India, Delhi
My dear shabz
All I can say is you are not aware of IPR and copyright issues. A Prof. can discuss Kotler or Porter in Classroom but still can not lay claim to their works. A person's IPR has to be acknowledged.
But anyway, let us not waste the space and other's time. You'll learn many things as you grow up and mature as a professional.
Do keep posting and sharing good materials, and acknowledge the source - if something is not your own creation.; thus setting good example to others.
Regards.
Raj Kumar

From India, Delhi

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