❍ The Advisory Council and Board of Directors
World Vision International’'s governing body is the WVI Council. The Council provides the membership structure for the Partnership and has representatives from each of the national offices. The Council meets every three years to recommend policy to the WVI Board, sets strategy and assess whether strategic objectives have been met.
A. SONY is a leading multinational conglomerate corporation
Employs more than 171,000 people worldwide.
Annual revenue in 2009 was almost $8 billion, with almost $1.5 billion in profit.
Comprises of diverse divisions
B. SONY is losing its position
Profitability falling gradually since 1997 from 8% to 1% in 2006
No more worlds first, creative products
Problem of organization rather
Board Aircraft-concerned with the whole subject of crime on aircraft and particularly with the safety of the aircraft and its passengers.
2) The Hague 1970. Convention for the Suppression of Unlawful Seizure of Aircraft dealing with hijacking, specifically, recommending that it be made an extraditable offense.
3) Montreal 1971. Convention for the Suppression of Unlawful Acts
1.2 Structure of Planning for Security
Clearly, the subject of security has wide implications that reach far beyond the jurisdictional limits of the airport to central government itself. Planning to meet the needs of a security emergency requires the involvement of a number of organizations, such as:
∎ The airport administration
∎ The operation airlines
∎ The National
Board of directors
The board of directors :18 members
(chairman, three standing executive directors, and 12 non-standing directors)
Deciding Annual business programs
Operation of assets
Preparation of the budget draft and closing accounts
Decision to purchase and dispose of assets
Borrowing of money and repayment
Other important matters perta
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