The Intellectual Capital Investment and its Impact on Organizational Innovation: An Empirical Study on Jordanian Industrial Public Shareholding Listed Companies (JIPSLC)
Regardless of size or industry, organizational innovation may be necessary to evolve and succeed in todays constantly changing business environment.
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Quality improvement collaboratives are widely used to improve health care in both high-income and low and middle-income settings. Teams from multiple health facilities share learning on a given topic and apply a structured cycle of change testing. Previous systematic reviews reported positive effects on target outcomes, but the role of context and mechanism of change is underexplored. This realist-inspired systematic review aims to analyse contextual factors influencing intended outcomes and to identify how quality improvement collaboratives may result in improved adherence to evidence-based practices. We built an initial conceptual framework to drive our enquiry, focusing on three context domains: health facility setting; project-specific factors; wider organisational and external factors; and two further domains pertaining to mechanisms: intra-organisational and inter-organisational changes. We systematically searched five databases and grey literature for publications relating to quality improvement
TY - JOUR. T1 - Factors to drive clinical practice improvement in a malaysian intensive care unit. T2 - Assessment of organisational readiness using a mixed method approach. AU - Soh, Kim Lam. AU - Davidson, Patricia M.. AU - Leslie, Gavin. AU - Digiacomo, Michelle. AU - Rolley, John X.. AU - Soh, Kim Geok. AU - Rahman, Aisai Bin Abd. PY - 2011/1/1. Y1 - 2011/1/1. N2 - This study assessed organisational readiness and factors to drive clinical practice improvement for VAP, CRBSI and PU in a Malaysian intensive care unit (ICU). A mixed method study approach was undertaken in a 16-bed ICU in regional Malaysia using an environmental scan, key informant interviews, staff surveys, and patient audit to elucidate factors contributing to planning for clinical practice improvement. Measurements of sustainability of practice and regard for the practice environment were assessed using validated measures. An environmental scan demonstrated high patient occupancy and case load. Nineteen percent of ICU ...
This study has several strengths. First, we examined employee exit and SA simultaneously as these job withdrawal behaviours depend on each other. Second, data on organisational change were obtained from a different source than the outcomes, which hamper common method bias.36 Third, following of the participants and measurement of organisational change were conducted at the work-unit level ensuring that the participants were actually affected by the organisational change in question. Fourth, it was also a strength that we were able to distinguish between six common types of organisational change adding to the detailed nature of the study.. Potential limitations are stated in the following. First, missing data on organisational change may contribute to an underestimation of the outcome effects, since the rate of subsequent work-unit exit and the percentage of total SA were slightly lower during 2014 among employees with data on change than employees without these data. Indeed, there was no ...
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Technically-oriented organisations are often very good at managing technical change. They have change management systems and processes, which help ensure technical changes are risk assessed, and that no unforeseen consequences occur. The same cannot be said for organisational changes, which may not be subject to the same degree of scrutiny. With major organisational changes, health and safety regulators may become involved, and wish to see a demonstration of how organisational changes have been risk-assessed and are being managed.. ...
Innovations include technological and non-technological innovations. Technological innovation represent product innovation, i.e. new or significantly improved product (good, service) introduced into the market or process innovation, i.e. new or significantly improved process introduced within the enterprise. Non-technological innovations include organizational innovations and marketing innovations.. Product innovation is the market introduction of a new or significantly improved product (good or service) with characteristics or intended uses that differ significantly from previous products produced by the enterprise. This includes new or significantly improved technical specifications, components and materials, incorporated software, user friendliness or other functional characteristics.. Process innovation is introduction of new or improved production methods; logistics, delivery and distribution systems, and back office activities, such as maintenance, purchasing, and accounting operations. ...
The conceptualisation of an organisation and its boundaries is rarely straightforward. What might appear on the surface to be one system with one raison detre often turns out to feature a number of sub-systems which do not always work in harmony toward a single mission. Indeed, the declared and undeclared objectives of key stakeholders might differ substantially. Additionally, the notional organisation and its sub-systems might be differentially loosely coupled to external systems of various sorts - in other words, they are open rather than closed systems.. Various conceptual models of organisational change and development can be found in the literature, but many of these have little substantive empirical foundation. Much of the early work in organisational change drew on field theory (Lewin), early systems theory (von Bertalanffy) and cybernetics (Wiener), utilising concepts such as homeostasis, negative entropy and equifinality.. Organisational change is constant, and occurs in complex, ...
With the SPARK 2015 program, the Ontario Genomics Institute (OGI) seeks to provide investigators with catalytic funding which will enable them to initiate novel, high-impact, highly-innovative and early-stage projects in the genomic sciences with a focus on disruptive innovations.. The overall goal of the SPARK 2015 program is to catalyze new research directions and increase the competitiveness of Ontario research and its life sciences sector. The major objective of SPARK 2015 is to support the development of disruptive innovations using genomics, which can come in the form of a new technology or the use of an existing technology to: displace a currently-used technology or to transform or create a new market. SPARK 2015 is intended to encourage collaboration between different fields and disciplines and will likely appeal to those who embrace the inter-disciplinary approach.. ...
Innovation and organizational learning are inextricably connected. A company must learn from its mistakes and cultivate multiple pathways for recognizing and leveraging the best ideas effectively, whether those ideas come from inside or outside of the organization, says Jim Clemmer. Here are 35 ways to sharpen your organizational innovation radar, to accelerate learning cycles and recognize and capitalize on opportunities faster.. ...
This article reports on the Sustainable Innovation Forum of the COP21 Paris Conference at which the political leaders signed an agreement to foster environmentally friendly economic growth. This article serves as an introduction to this issue of the International Journal of Transport Economics which covers both the impact of transport on the production processes and the effect of the changing environment on future transport patterns and solutions. Topics covered include the effect of climate change on future trends in the transportation industry, the lack of international rules on environmentally sensitive areas such as the Arctic Sea, organizational innovation, new consumption trends, and the evaluation of transportation infrastructure. The author contends that the relationship between transportation and the environment requires different levels of evaluation, by both service providers and users, as well as by regulators and public decision-makers. The author concludes by reiterating the ...
Introduction. The current set of organizational innovations has currently pressured organizational leaders to manage based on promoting competitiveness and economic efficiency when recognizing the need for new alternatives to organize the delivery of their services. From this perspective, Brazilian hospitals, regardless of their nature, size or type of service, are undergoing significant changes, which have intensified in recent years, given financial pressures and the need for restructuring in order to manage the complexity of organizational resources.. For that, the managerial models that prevail in hospitals have been guided by various characteristics, based on determinants that include, among others, the growing costs of health care, the need to increase the coverage of services, and the increased demands of clients. In this respect, the patriarchal model centered on the male perspective, has been replaced in a slow and gradual manner, including in managerial boards, and in other fields, ...
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By. Aditi Ramdorai and Cornelius Herstatt. Working Paper No. 74, TIM/TUHH. Frugal innovations, characterized by their focus on affordability and retaining key functionalities of products/services, are emerging in the healthcare sector from India- ranging from low-cost healthcare delivery by hospitals like Aravind Eye Care that provides cataract surgery to around 300,000 patients at a cost of 18 USD per patient to product innovations such as the Jaipur Foot, a low-cost prosthesis. These frugal innovations represent disruptive innovations, innovations that are typically simpler, more convenient and more affordable. Disruptive innovations create growth potential for companies while opening up access to products and services that were previously beyond peoples reach. Low-income markets or Base-of-the-Pyramid [BOP] markets present new opportunities to Multi-National Corporations [MNCs] and scholars are calling MNCs to leverage BOP markets to create disruptive innovations.. Established incumbents ...
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An example of a disruptive innovation was the introduction of the mobile phone. In the beginning, the quality was deemed good enough and the new and appealing dimension was mobility. Over the course of the evolution of the mobile phone, the product became established in the market has now undergone incremental improvements. As capability has increased, a large number of users are now finding the current iteration of the mobile phone to be more than they need. Perhaps this field is now ripe for a new, disruptive innovation. ...nurses nationwide are mastering the concepts and skills of innovation and making a tremendous difference in the practice of nursing, thus improving patient care.The recent emergence of retail clinics constitutes a potentially disruptive innovation in healthcare. These clinics are based in convenient retail spaces, such as neighborhood drug stores or grocery stores, and offer a simple menu of walk-in services at affordable prices. These services might include diagnosis ...
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A panel of theoretical and practical experts and literature in organizational change were used to identify factors predicting the outcome of improvement efforts. A Bayesian model was developed to estimate probability of successful change using subjective estimates of likelihood ratios and prior odds elicited from the panel of experts. A subsequent retrospective empirical analysis of change efforts in 198 health care organizations was performed to validate the model. Logistic regression and ROC analysis were used to evaluate the models performance using three alternative definitions of success ...
Disruptive innovation, a phrase coined by Clay Christensen, is usually a new product that, to experts, looks inadequate. Because it is. These innovations are not, initially, as good as what the experts use (in this case, their network of surgeons). They initially dismiss the disrupter as being of poor quality. But disruptive innovation takes hold because, for a large chunk of consumers (i.e. patients looking for surgeons), the innovation is both affordable and better than the alternative. And once it takes hold, it starts to get better. And as it does, its unintended consequences will become dwarfed by its intended consequences: making the system better. Thats what ProPublica has produced. And thats worth celebrating ...
Disruptive innovation, a phrase coined by Clay Christensen, is usually a new product that, to experts, looks inadequate. Because it is. These innovations are not, initially, as good as what the experts use (in this case, their network of surgeons). They initially dismiss the disrupter as being of poor quality. But disruptive innovation takes hold because, for a large chunk of consumers (i.e. patients looking for surgeons), the innovation is both affordable and better than the alternative. And once it takes hold, it starts to get better. And as it does, its unintended consequences will become dwarfed by its intended consequences: making the system better. Thats what ProPublica has produced. And thats worth celebrating ...
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Amid growing pressure to meet or surpass the speed of disruptive innovation, executives and directors of technology, media and communications (TMC) companies worry that their organizations desire to innovate may outrun their ability to properly manage risks.. This culture concern and a deepening fear of obsolescence were key takeaways for the TMC industry group responses in a recent survey, Executive Perspectives on Top Risks for 2018, from Protiviti and North Carolina State Universitys ERM Initiative. The top concern within the group, for the fourth consecutive year, was the risk that the rapid speed of disruptive innovations and/or new technologies would outpace an organizations ability to compete and/or manage risk appropriately without making significant changes to the business model. Economic conditions and data security/privacy round out the top five risks.. Over the course of the past year, weve talked about some of these exact issues, both privately with our clients and on this blog. ...
This questionnaire enables those with experience in evaluation who are considering providing their services in a Pay for Success project to quickly assess organizational readiness to do so. With thanks to our colleagues at McKinsey & Company and Urban Institute and David Butler who helped us to develop this tool. ...
Primary Duties and Responsibilities:. The Project Manager I owns the delivery of results in support of defined objectives, applying best practices in project management, system development, and organizational change management. Engages leaders across the enterprise to define success factors, scope, and contributing departments. Ensures project stakeholders and team members have clear understanding of project objectives and their respective roles. Develops the solution delivery approach collaboratively with business and technology domain experts. Facilitates the evaluation of alternatives to achieve the results of the project. Produces deliverables to support effective communication, monitoring, and control. Integrates the knowledge of domain experts to create project forecasts (resources, time, and budget). Involves all contributing organizations in planning and gains commitments to deliver as a matrixed project team.. Leads the execution of a large project or several smaller initiatives. ...
Downloadable (with restrictions)! Although innovation is essential to build a competitive advantage and survive in the long run, some firms choose to exit, through mergers and acquisitions (M&As), or radically change their business portfolio and identity. This paper examines how innovative capabilities influence the decision of a firm to exit, among business closure, M&A, and radical restructuring. Using an analysis of a large and rich panel of Dutch manufacturing firms, we find that product and process innovation are equally important to lower the probability to close down activities, and this effect is stronger when product and process innovations are pursed in combination. We also find that process innovation reduces the probability of exit by radical restructuring, while product innovation, when not supported by process innovation, especially increases the probability of exit by M&As. Our findings suggest that exit strategies are intimately bound to the nature and synergies of innovative efforts.
PETROU, Paraskevas y DEMEROUTI, Evangelia. Thinking of change in terms of gains or losses: promotion versus prevention focus as a moderator in the job demands-resources model. SA j. ind. Psychol. [online]. 2010, vol.36, n.2, pp.1-11. ISSN 2071-0763.. ORIENTATION: Promotion and prevention regulatory foci have been established as self-regulation systems with implications for the study of change. RESEARCH PURPOSE: The study aimed to test moderating effects of promotion and prevention focus within the job demands-resources model in a context of organisational change. Predictors included job demands and resources whilst outcomes included emotional exhaustion, disengagement and openness to change. MOTIVATION FOR THE STUDY: The study intended to understand whether individual differences in promotion and prevention focus play an important role during the experience of organisational change. RESEARCH DESIGN, APPROACH AND METHOD: A sample of 164 teachers from the Netherlands participated in a ...
Until the mid-1970s, the prominent approach in organization and management theory emphasized adaptive change in organizations. In this view, as environments change, leaders or dominant coalitions in organizations alter appropriate organizational features to realign their fit to environmental demands (e.g. Lawrence and Lorsch 1967; Thompson 1967; Child 1972; Chandler 1977; Pfeffer and Salancik 1978; Porter 1980; Rumelt 1986). Since then, an approach to studying organizational change that places more emphasis on environmental selection processes, introduced at about that time (Aldrich and Pfeffer 1976; Hannan and Freeman 1977; Aldrich 1979; McKelvey 1982), has become increasingly influential. The stream of research on ecological perspectives of organizational change has generated tremendous excitement, controversy and debate in the community of organization and management theory scholars. Inspired by the question, Why are there so many kinds of organizations? ...
Starbucks in China Introduction Every organization changes itself according to situation of business. Change is necessary for the success of business....
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In this demo, you will learn how engineering data is created, viewed, and updated in the Product Engineering application using a controlled change process through automated workflow, to increase productivity and reduce redundant entry, errors, and rework.. ...
The first step in any change process is to acknowledge and name the problem. We take another step forward when we normalize our responses to our work. We can address indirect trauma by attending to basic self-care: balancing work, play, and rest. Adequate diet and exercise are essential. In addition, treaters benefit from appropriate professional training for their work, connection with their colleagues, ongoing consultation for their work, and a place to talk about their experience of indirect trauma. Some trauma treaters find it helpful to balance their trauma work with other work, get more support for the work, and simply to acknowledge the difficulties of the work. Trauma professionals can benefit from identifying specific difficulties, assessing the contributing factors, targeting specific steps to take, and getting support from friends or colleagues in taking those steps. Finally, restoring meaning and hope is essential. Each individual must find ways to reconnect with whatever in life is ...
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TY - JOUR. T1 - Stages and determinants of e-government development. T2 - A twelve-year longitudinal study of global cities. AU - Ingrams, Alex. AU - Manoharan, Aroon AU - Schmidthuber, Lisa. AU - Holzer, Marc. PY - 2020. Y1 - 2020. N2 - Global e-government innovations are at the forefront of municipal efforts to be better organized and more efficient in delivering services and improving outcomes for the public. Scholars have argued that such innovations are embedded in institutional and environmental factors, and municipal e-government growth evolves through stages as a result of the effects of these factors. However, existing studies rarely model the distinct success factors of the different stages. This article addresses that shortcoming with data from the largest cities in the worlds top 100 most wired countries from 2003 to 2016. Cluster analysis addresses whether there are any consistent growth trends, and finds that there are four clusters of e-government development. Regression ...
Biomanufacturing Innovations are Plentiful at This Years BPI Conference Every time I attend a big conference like BPI, one of my favorite things to do is wander the Exhibit Hall to see what companies are working on and what innovations are being developed to improve various.... ...
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The blockchain is a disruptive innovation. These companies could dramatically alter the financial services, healthcare, compliance, and crowdfunding industries.
Leverage agile frameworks to provide a robust synopsis for high level overviews. Iterative approaches to corporate strategy foster collaborative thinking to further the overall value proposition. Organically grow the holistic world view of disruptive innovation.. ...
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Despite extensive searching of published and unpublished research we identified only one low-quality study; we excluded many studies due to non-eligible study design. If policy-makers and healthcare organisations wish to promote evidence-based nursing successfully at an organisational level, they mu …
As many of you know, The Center exists to share knowledge and advocate the transformation of healthcare settings into healing environments by improving outcomes through the creative use of evidence-based design. In our quest, we have established a large field-study research project known as the Pebble Project (currently 40 facilities strong), which is measuring how design impacts behavioral, organizational, and economic outcomes. Through this effort, many data are being collected and many new design innovations are being tested. The Center hopes to take advantage of the $200 billion healthcare building boom to spark innovation instead of waiting the typical eight to ten years for a great healthcare design idea to come to fruition. We also want to keep the lines of communication open between your design team and our thought leaders. To do this, we need to disseminate knowledge faster.. It is risky business these days to build without some assurance that there will be improved measurable ...
People need hope, Jem. Its really important to have a vision of a better future, Jem As someone who worked in environmental campaigning and then organizational change, I learned about the role of hope and vision in helping to align and motivate people. As someone who worked at the heart of political communications during the…
People need hope, Jem. Its really important to have a vision of a better future, Jem As someone who worked in environmental campaigning and then organizational change, I learned about the role of hope and vision in helping to align and motivate people. As someone who worked at the heart of political communications during the…
This years all-digital annual review takes the theme of organizational change, looking back at the work of INASP and our partners over the past year ahead and looking ahead to the future ...
Rewards strategy is a critical driver of organizational success, improving recruitment and retention, increasing employee engagement and aligning an organizations investment in people with their business strategy. Successful rewards strategy depends not only on the quality of the program design, but also on the manner in which it is communicated and implemented. For a rewards strategy to be truly effective, it must be implemented using a change management process that drives understanding, eases adoption and utilization, and keeps a laser focus on delivering intended results.. We ensure that organizational leaders understand the key principles of rewards change management and demonstrate effective change management behaviors to their employees. We help them internally make the business case for change, maximizing support and acceptance at all levels. We develop change management action plans that outline the organizations path to success. And we employ critical communications strategies that ...
The diversity of perspectives and views ensures that my thinking, the lessons I learn and conclusions I draw are not myopic and limited by my own experiences and personal biases. The cognitive diversity in the group tends to reflect all perspectives / views about knowledge management - Human Resources / Learning and Development, Information Technology, Communications, Data Management, Records/Information/Content Management, Organizational Development, Emerging / Web Technologes, and even a splash of Enterprise 2.0 - not everyone in the group is a knowledge manager, by job title, but we all share a common interest in helping facilitate the creation and flow of knowledge across our organizations ...
Outlining origins of the field and latest research trends, this Research Handbook offers a unique and cutting-edge take on the numerous avenues to responsible management in the 21st century. Renowned contributors present iconic viewpoints that have formed the foundation of responsible management research, introducing cutting-edge conceptual lenses for the study of the responsible management process ...
Anyone who chats with me about change management and is aware of my career background should be well aware that I moved into Change Management from project management. In fact IT project management first and then more general business projects before my moment of enlightenment happened.. Well it wasnt anything of biblical proportions but I was feeling frustrated that the projects I was working on were not considering the bigger picture and the needs of the business and the people working in it. Yes this was quite a few years ago and change management wasnt perhaps as widely appreciated then. The project management ethos was all about fast and effective delivery of a product - the latest IT system or software for DYI project management or systems that change most frequently or if you were lucky pushing through a business process change. Anyway the case was made for change managers where I worked and I transitioned into that sphere and some would say never looked back.. However, that is not ...
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Fear, not surprisingly, bombards workplaces and lowers innovation brainpower, as does frustration or the watch-your-back syndrome. Whether it comes face-to-face or through Facebook, tone drives organizational innovation up or down. Unfortunately, when caustic communication rubs against brainpowered innovation, caustic usually wins. Youve likely noticed how toxic trumps ingenious in some… Read more ». ...
Normalization process theory (NPT) is a sociological theory of the implementation, embedding, and integration of new technologies and organizational innovations developed by Carl R. May, Tracy Finch, and colleagues. The theory is a contribution to the field of science and technology studies (STS), and is the result of a programme of theory building by May and his co-researchers.[1] Through three iterations, the theory has built upon the Normalization Process Model previously developed by May et al. to explain the social processes that lead to the routine embedding of innovative health technologies.[2][3]. Normalization process theory focuses attention on agentic contributions - the things that individuals and groups do to operationalize new or modified modes of practice as they interact with dynamic elements of their environments. It defines the implementation, embedding, and integration as a process that occurs when participants deliberately initiate and seek to sustain a sequence of events ...
This study attempts to establish the relationship between knowledge management strategy and organizational change in commercial banks in Kenya. Knowledge management strategy can assist a firm to induce individuals to offer their knowledge voluntarily for a firms use, achieve distinctive advantage through full exploitation of a firms knowledge base, build institutional memory and protect it from prying competitors. It can influence amongst others a successful organizational change. The study employed a descriptive cross sectional survey. A total of 39 commercial banks in operation (not under statutory management) were surveyed. Primary data was collected from the respondents using a questionnaire. Analysis utilized largely the median and mode as measures of central tendency while the inter-quartile range was used as a measure of dispersion. Percentages and frequencies were also utilised to present part of the findings. Pseudo R square statistics were used as a measure of association between ...
Business leaders can turn change into an opportunity. Instilling a strong change management process is a vital component of setting up for success. Read on to learn more.
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Approach:. Participants will engage in interactive discussions as they broaden their understanding of the purpose and direction of change management on change projects. Best practices, real world examples and content based materials will provide you with the knowledge, skills and steps to show how you too can integrate these two disciplines to achieve a greater level of success.. Attendees will receive a content based workbook, access to online resources and the opportunity to count the course towards the Certified Change Agent Program.. Cost: $595 per attendee (group discounts may apply). Delivery is in person. We also offer this course as an option to bring into organizations and work with a group of individuals in house. Just email [email protected] and we can set up a time to discuss this option.. ...
Firewall change management in coalition with firewall management tools can enable network managers to avoid human error in troubleshooting and configuration -- and perform better during compliance audits.
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Change management is a structured approach to shifting/transitioning individuals, teams, and organizations from a current state to a desired future state. It is an organizational process aimed at empowering employees to accept and embrace changes in their current business environment.
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Background Despite the widespread use of quality improvement collaboratives (QICs), evidence underlying this method is limited. A QIC is a method for testing and implementing evidence-based changes...
The 1981 Education Act implies that, in England, provided certain conditions are satisfied, schoolchildren with special needs should be taught in an integrated setting (Advisory Centre for Education, 1981). In 1982 the English Sports Council set up national demonstration projects to promote mass participation in sport throughout all sections of the community. Every Body Active (E.B.A.) is such a project, based at Sunderland Polytechnic, and it focuses on the participation and integration of young people (11-24 years) with physical or sensory disabilities in community sport and recreation and school physical education. The project is divided into two phases. The research phase, initiated in January 1987, ran for a period of 15 months during which data were collected in order to establish needs. Subsequently several schemes were established to be undertaken in the implementation phase, initiated in April 1988. The focus of this paper is the physical education scheme and the research findings that ...
The 1981 Education Act implies that, in England, provided certain conditions are satisfied, schoolchildren with special needs should be taught in an integrated setting (Advisory Centre for Education, 1981). In 1982 the English Sports Council set up national demonstration projects to promote mass participation in sport throughout all sections of the community. Every Body Active (E.B.A.) is such a project, based at Sunderland Polytechnic, and it focuses on the participation and integration of young people (11-24 years) with physical or sensory disabilities in community sport and recreation and school physical education. The project is divided into two phases. The research phase, initiated in January 1987, ran for a period of 15 months during which data were collected in order to establish needs. Subsequently several schemes were established to be undertaken in the implementation phase, initiated in April 1988. The focus of this paper is the physical education scheme and the research findings that ...
The Yale National Initiative to Strengthen Teaching in Public Schools, which builds upon the success of a four-year National Demonstration Project, promotes the establishment of new Teachers Institutes that adopt the approach to professional development that has been followed for more than twenty-five years by the Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute.
The Yale National Initiative to Strengthen Teaching in Public Schools, which builds upon the success of a four-year National Demonstration Project, promotes the establishment of new Teachers Institutes that adopt the approach to professional development that has been followed for more than twenty-five years by the Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute.
Nov. 27, 8:30-10:00 a.m. | S502AB This session will help participants understand the impact organizational culture has on strategic planning. It will also provide techniques on how to change that culture, and make it more effective at addressing issues.
Abstract: A fundamental challenge of implementing construction innovations is the planning and control of work. Most innovative projects do not fulfil their time and/or cost. Evaluation of innovation performance is not often simulated within existing innovation process models. Such an evaluation enables managers to accept new processes/ products or iterate the implementation process to achieve satisfactory performance. This paper introduces a conceptual model that deals with the effectiveness of the innovation implementation phase. This model adopts the Dependency Structure Matrix (DSM) tool to simulate the iterated implementation of an innovation. The model uses influence information, and managerial and technological performance to control and simulate the implementation of innovations by their nature of experimentation, iteration and refinement. The paper presents a fuzzy logic approach to identify the required classification of interdependencies among iterated tasks within the DSM. Analysis ...
The implementation of a trauma-informed approach is an ongoing organizational change process. A trauma-informed approach is not a program model that can be implemented and then simply monitored by a fidelity checklist. Rather, it is a profound paradigm shift in knowledge, perspective, attitudes and skills that continues to deepen and unfold over time. Some leaders in the field are beginning to talk about a continuum of implementation, where organizations move through stages. The continuum begins with becoming trauma aware and moves to trauma sensitive to responsive to being fully trauma informed.. ...
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This resource is a research study into how schools engage with change. The study explores the nature of change management and factors which promote or hinder effective change management within the school sector from the perspective of teachers, teaching assistants and school leadership teams. It also compares the school sector with the health, local government and police sector with regards to how they deal with change and examine lessons that can be learned from these sectors. The resource is t ...
This resource is a research study into how schools engage with change. The study explores the nature of change management and factors which promote or hinder effective change management within the school sector from the perspective of teachers, teaching assistants and school leadership teams. It also compares the school sector with the health, local government and police sector with regards to how they deal with change and examine lessons that can be learned from these sectors. The resource is t ...
Bachelors Degree in Science, Engineering or Pharma (B.Tech/ B.E/ B.Pharm/M.SC) or masters in science; Masters Degree / MBA Preferred with Minimum 5 years of experience in Quality Systems/Compliance/Manufacturing Quality/Quality Control with emphasis on CAPA and ...
The second major phase in our proven solution is Process Stabilization, where we finalize compound requirements, define commercial objectives and metrics, and ensure the process is stabilized. We do this with process optimization and identifying requirements for scale-up opportunities.. The next phase is BCP & Risk Management, a critical step in qualifying and cementing supply chain and logistics plans. In order to achieve supply chain certainty, we focus intently on Change Management, we focus intently on change management methodologies and defining and implementing contingency plans. ...
Uniquely takes advantage of the CATIA V5 infrastructure and other applications... CATIA - Composites engineering 2 (CPE) is a unique CATIA V5 technology-based product that takes advantage of the unequalled CATIA V5 offering to complete the composite design process (FEA, DMU, Machining...). One example is the specific V5 relational design change management capabilities that use automatic updates to reduce the impact of changes to the design-to-manufacturing process. Another example is the ability to create and reuse rules instantiated in stacking sequences to take into account industrial standards and corporate know-how. Using CATIA V5s knowledgeware capabilities in preliminary design enables the automatic update of a part in the engineering design phase for design change management purposes. This ability avoids the need to restart the full design phase, saving time and expense ...
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That said, video will continue to dominate IP traffic and overall Internet traffic growth -- representing 80 percent of all Internet traffic by 2021, thats up from 67 percent in 2016. Globally, there will be nearly 1.9 billion Internet video users (excluding mobile-only) by 2021, thats up from 1.4 billion in 2016.. The world will reach three trillion Internet video minutes per month by 2021. Emerging mediums, such as live Internet video, will increase 15-fold and reach 13 percent of Internet video traffic by 2021.. As global digital transformation continues to impact billions of consumers and businesses, the network and security will be essential to support the future of the Internet, said Yvette Kanouff, SVP and GM of Service Provider Business at Cisco.. Global IP traffic is expected to reach 278 exabytes per month by 2021, thats up from 96 exabytes per month in 2016. Global IP traffic is expected to reach an annual run rate of 3.3 zettabytes by 2021.. Busy hour Internet traffic is ...
Dendritic cell vaccines are used for both the treatment of advanced cancer as well as for prevention of cancer. The potential of these vaccines can be seen in the anecdotal example of Brad Silver, who in 2002 was diagnosed with a rare form of a brain cancer called glioblastoma, or GBM. GBM is extremely virulent. As reported by UCLA Neurosurgery, Brad Silvers case was so advanced his doctor told him he had two months to live. Brad was 33 years old, and it was supposed to be a happy time, as his wife was seven months pregnant.. As an expectant father, I needed to find something to ... at the minimum keep me alive so I could be there for the birth of my son, Brad recalls. He joined a phase 1 trial that used a section of his tumor to create a personalized immunotherapy vaccine. Brad, who grew up surfing and lifeguarding in Huntington Beach, survived to teach his son how to surf. In fact, 11 years later, he is still celebrating his cancer-free survival.. The successful drug was developed first at ...
Project Management - Ensures support for projects and implements agency goals and strategic objectives.. Leadership - Leads by example; demonstrates high ethical standards; remains visible and approachable and interacts with others on a regular basis; promotes a cooperative work environment, allowing others to learn from mistakes; provides motivational supports and direction.. Analytical Thinking - Approaches a problem or situation by using a logical, systematic, sequential approach.. Change Management - Demonstrates support for innovation and for organizational changes needed to improve the organizations effectiveness; facilitates the implementation and acceptance of change within the workplace.. Problem Solving - Approaches a situation or problem by defining the problem or issue; determines the significance of problem; collects information; uses logic and intuition to arrive at decisions or solutions to problems that achieve the desired outcome.. Vision/ Strategic Thinking - Supports, ...
About the Authors xi. Preface xiii. Acknowledgements xv. How to Use This Book xvii. Part I Foundations of Managing Innovation 1. Chapter 1 What Is Innovation - And Why Does It Matter? 3. What Is Innovation? 3. Why Does Innovation Matter? 9. To Whom? 10. Innovation Isnt Easy! 10. Can We Manage Innovation? 12. The Case for Strategic Innovation Management 13. Summary 16. Further Resources 16. References 17. Chapter 2 Innovation Strategy 21. Why Strategy? 21. Whats in an Innovation Strategy? 22. Strategy at Different Levels 33. Dynamic Capability 35. Summary 37. Further Resources 37. References 38. Chapter 3 Identifying Strategic Capabilities 41. The Resource-Based View 41. Distinguishing Capabilities from Resources 42. Assessing Capabilities 46. Creating and Capturing Value 53. Beware of Core Rigidities 55. Summary 57. Further Resources 57. References 57. Chapter 4 Leadership and Organization of Innovation 61. The Innovative Organization 61. Innovation Leadership 62. Collective and Social ...
Assessing the implementation process and outcomes of newly introduced assistant roles: a qualitative study to examine the utility of the Calderdale Framework as an appraisal tool Susan Nancarrow,1 Anna Moran,1 Leah Wiseman,2 Alison C Pighills,3 Karen Murphy41School of Health and Human Sciences, Southern Cross University, East Lismore, NSW; 2School of Community Health, Charles Sturt University, Albury, NSW; 3Faculty of Medicine Health and Molecular Sciences, James Cook University, Education and Research Centre, Mackay Base Hospital, Mackay, QLD; 4ACT Government Health Directorate, Canberra, ACT, AustraliaAbstract: Internationally, the health workforce has undergone rapid transformation to help meet growing staffing demands and population requirements. Several tools have been developed to support workforce change processes. The Calderdale Framework (CF) is one such tool designed to facilitate competency-based training by engaging team members in a seven step process involving awareness raising, service
LOS ANGELES, Calif. and ST. LOUIS, Mo. - Trained bees that pollinate specific target crops, snacks that make eating bugs more of a novelty, and sugar without the guilt or health issues and sensing technologies that give real-world advice to farmers are just a few disruptive innovations highlighted at this years Ag Innovation Showcase in St. Louis this September.. Once again, the breadth and depth of innovations are astounding, says event partner, Rohit Shukla, founder and CEO of Larta Institute, a Los Angeles-based business accelerator. All of the companies who made it to the main stage at our showcase have commercial potential.. The innovations to be featured at the event cover a wide range of ag issues, including new sources of food, decontamination and disease detection, healthy soil, plants and animals through biological inputs, recycling and reclaiming, genetics, and machine learning through climate forecast applications.. The conference, which attracts the best and brightest in ag ...
Human physiology resists innovation. Though we humans have tremendous capacity to innovate, our instinct repels the very change process needed to achieve it. Habits are hard to break because we are naturally inclined to operate in a thoughtless auto-pilot mode. Our default position of routine arises because we subconsciously strive to conserve mental energy. In a process termed neuroplasticity, the more we activate any sequence of neurons the more we strengthen that particular active neural pathway. Over time, the more active pathway becomes our default processing route while other neuron routes become dormant. In other words, by our repetitious nature we eventually compromise our cognitive pliability, developing what we term muscle memory, cognitive-bias, and auto-pilot. Sometimes, we are even thrown into a cognitive disabling state of panic when we hear of impending change, (or that we must innovate). How our body reacts to the threat of a change, even when we realize change may be ...