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Ser L?der

Author : Santiago Beorlegui
ISBN : 9786072909823
Genre : Business & Economics
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Este libro contiene el paquete completo de las cincuenta habilidades del líder en lo individual y lo colectivo. También las doce habilidades gerenciales y once directivas. En su interior encontraras tres formatos de auto evaluación que te permitirán identificar el nivel de desarrollo de cada una de las habilidades y una pequeña descripción de cada una de ellas. Es autor también publicó el libro “Creo lo que Creo” que contiene el segundo paquete de herramientas de la metodología del coaching transformacional. Así como el libro “El despertar de la conciencia” que contiene el primer paquete de herramientas de la metodología del coaching transformaciona

Competitive Strategies For Small And Medium Enterprises

Author : Klaus North
ISBN : 9783319273037
Genre : Business & Economics
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This book is a timely guide for Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) researchers, policy makers and strategists. SMEs are the most important sources of job creation and local development especially in knowledge-based economies. As turbulence in the globalized economies expands SMEs will have to learn to sustain competitiveness by developing their ‘dynamic capabilities’. Based on the findings of a 4-year European and Latin American research project, this book provides a theoretical framework, practical instruments and cases on how SMEs in diverse economic, social and cultural contexts can develop crisis resilience, increase agility, innovate and thus successfully compete in turbulent times.

Embajadoras Cosmopolitas Exposiciones Internacionales Diplomacia Cultural Y El Museo Policentral

Author : Lee Davidson
ISBN : 9781622739608
Genre : Art
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¿Cómo trabajan los museos internacionalmente a través de las exposiciones? ¿Qué motiva este trabajo? ¿Cuáles son los beneficios y retos? ¿Qué factores contribuyen al éxito? ¿Qué impacto tiene este trabajo en los públicos y otros agentes interesados? ¿Qué aportaciones están haciendo a la diplomacia cultural, al entendimiento y al diálogo intercultural? El libro Embajadoras cosmopolitas considera el estado del conocimiento actual sobre las exposiciones internacionales y propone un marco analítico interdisciplinario que incluye a los estudios de museos, de públicos, la diplomacia cultural, así como los estudios interculturales y sobre cosmopolitismo. A partir de este marco analítico, presenta un estudio empírico a detalle acerca de un intercambio expositivo con duración de casi una década, desde su concepción inicial hasta su término, el cual incluyó la presentación de dos exposiciones en cinco países y tres continentes, conectando a seis instituciones culturales de alto perfil. La detallada comparación, tanto de la producción cultural de las exposiciones internacionales (a través de las colaboraciones) como de los actos interpretativos de creación de significados de los visitantes, revela las complejidades, retos, tensiones y recompensas de las exposiciones internacionales y su intersección con la diplomacia cultural. Los temas clave incluyen: la situación real de las colaboraciones internacionales, sus propósitos, procesos y retos; las políticas de la representación (y auto representación) cultural y de la museología indígena, las implicaciones para el diseño de las exposiciones, la interpretación y su mercadotecnia; las competencias interculturales y las prácticas en los museos, la recepción en los públicos y la creación de sentidos, la diplomacia cultural en la práctica y las percepciones sobre su valor. Este análisis teórico con base empírica, el primero en su tipo, provee las bases para un nuevo modelo de museos policéntricos: espacios con potencial para producir una visión caleidoscópica de centros múltiples y para ayudar a disolver los límites culturales, promoviendo el diálogo, la negociación y la búsqueda de la comprensión entre culturas. Embajadoras cosmopolitas también ofrece orientación para las tareas cotidianas en los museos, incluyendo recomendaciones para colaboraciones exitosas a nivel internacional, el desarrollo de exposiciones y la maximización del potencial de la diplomacia cultural.

Organizational Transformation And Managing Innovation In The Fourth Industrial Revolution

Author : Guerra Guerra, Alicia
ISBN : 9781522570752
Genre : Business & Economics
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With the growth and advancement of business and industry, there is a growing need for the advancement of the strategies that manage these modernizations. Adaptation to advancement is essential for the success of these organizations and using the proper methods to accomplish this essential adaptation is paramount. Organizational Transformation and Managing Innovation in the Fourth Industrial Revolution provides innovative insights into the management of advancements and the implementation of strategies to accommodate these changes. The content within this publication examines social engagement, cyber-journalism, and educational innovation. It is designed for managers, consultants, academicians, researchers, and professionals, and covers topics centered on the growth of businesses and how they change alongside the economy and infrastructure.

Crime Wars And Narco Terrorism In The Americas

Author : Robert J. Bunker and John P. Sullivan
ISBN : 9781491739563
Genre : Political Science
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This work marks the 3rd Small Wars Journal—El Centro anthology. Its analyses, crafted by over thirty contributing authors, forms a compilation of the violence and corruption in Mexico plaguing the first year of Enrique Peña Nieto’s presidency. Instances of spillover violence in the United States and the gang and cartel crime wars in other Latin American countries are also chronicled. Spanish language article appendices are additionally incorporated in this important anthology. Dave Dilegge SWJ Editor-in-Chief

Interamerican Journal Of Psychology

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ISBN : UCLA:L0090619867
Genre : Psychology
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Occupational Safety And Hygiene Iv

Author : Pedro M. Arezes
ISBN : 9781315628967
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Occupational Safety and Hygiene IV covers a wide variety of topics, including but not limited to:- Occupational Safety- Risk Assessment- Ergonomics- Management Systems- Physical Environment - Construction Safety, and - Human FactorsThis compilation of papers in the domain of occupational safety and hygiene is mainly based on research works carried

S?rie Sa?de Mental E Trabalho

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ISBN : 8573963522
Genre : Employees
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4 Th International Conference On Lifelong Education And Leadership For All Iclel 2018

Author : Prof. Dr. Osman TITREK
ISBN : 9786056649530
Genre : Business & Economics
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Analyzing The Relationship Between Innovation Value Creation And Entrepreneurship

Author : Galindo-Martín, Miguel-Ángel
ISBN : 9781799811718
Genre : Business & Economics
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Innovation stimulates and facilitates entrepreneurship because the highest levels of entrepreneurship are to be found in societies with the highest value creation and digital dividends. The higher levels of consumption, employment, and cost reduction generated by the implementation of digital technologies motivates entrepreneurs to expand their activity and promotes the emergence of new entrepreneurs. Positive outcomes can be generated by the implementation of innovation leaders to higher competition and new markets, incentivizing entrepreneurs to introduce new innovations to react to these higher levels of competition, which are accompanied by their corresponding value creation. Analyzing the Relationship Between Innovation, Value Creation, and Entrepreneurship is a pivotal reference source that analyzes the theoretical and empirical aspects of innovation as a factor that enhances value creation and the role of entrepreneurship. While highlighting topics such as data management, social enterprise, and digital marketing, this publication explores enhanced economic growth and the methods of higher levels of consumption in society. This book is ideally designed for corporate managers, business executives, academicians, students, and researchers seeking current research on interrelationships between financial variables, strategies to apply them at the micro- and macro-level, and a consideration of the fiscal effects once implemented.

Proceedings Of The Gulf And Caribbean Fisheries Institute

Author : Gulf and Caribbean Fisheries Institute
ISBN : UCSD:31822009560822
Genre : Fisheries
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Conviver O Sertao Origem

Author : Humberto Miranda do Nascimento
ISBN : 8574193461
Genre : Farms, Small
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Entrepreneurship

Author : Ladislav Mura
ISBN : 9789535137603
Genre : Business & Economics
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In context of entrepreneurship, this book was motivated by a desire of a team of well-known authors. The book consists of 23 closely related thematic contributions, which fall into 4 separate sections: Interactions between Economy and Entrepreneurship; Innovation in Entrepreneurship and Economic Growth; Current Trends in Family Business, Social Entrepreneurship and Responsibility; and The Role of Human Resource Management, Education and Gender in Entrepreneurship. Authors-contributors have submitted the results of their recent research and presented essential findings about the decision-making process of entrepreneurs in order to maintain their businesses competitive. The reader can get an insight into the selection of the best scientific contributions that have been reviewed and ready for debate. Our piece of work, Entrepreneurship: Development Tendencies and Empirical Approach, has interdisciplinary features. This work by authors from different countries - Finland, Germany, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Italy, Spain, Turkey and Malaysia - is dedicated to readers providing up-to-date research data and background for further research as well as implementation techniques in business practice.

Educaci?n Social Y Escuela

Author : Castillo Carbonell, Miquel
ISBN : 9788491164296
Genre : Education
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Manual De Gestion De Riesgo Ambiental

Author : Pedro J. Toranzo
ISBN : 9781506909820
Genre : Science
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Manual de Gestión de Riesgo Ambiental o GdRA' es una obra de consulta con contenido técnico y no técnico –humanístico-, simple –de fácil lectura-; que nuclea conceptos, información sobre el controvertido tema ambiental. Esta obra es un texto de consulta para académicos, estudiantes, periodistas, empresarios y servidores públicos.

A Research Agenda For Employee Engagement In A Changing World Of Work

Author : John P. Meyer
ISBN : 9781789907858
Genre : Business & Economics
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This insightful Research Agenda presents the foundations of employee engagement, providing a framework for future research to serve as an evidence-based guide to practice. Offering an overview of contemporary engagement theory and research, it addresses important new directions for expanding our current understanding of the meaning, focus, development and outcomes of engagement.

Disasters And Neoliberalism

Author : Gabriela Vera-Cortés
ISBN : 9783030549022
Genre : Social Science
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This book shows how the adoption of the neoliberal development model has increased the social vulnerability to disasters, with a special focus on Mexico, a country which once was the role model of the neoliberal turn in Latin America. It brings together 12 case studies of disasters such as floods, earthquakes and volcanic emergencies, in both urban and rural areas, to show how neoliberal development projects and changes in legislation affected disaster prevention and management in different parts of the country. The case studies from Mexico are complemented by two comparative studies which analyze the impacts of neoliberalism in disaster prevention and management in Mexico, Brazil, United States and Italy. Disasters and Neoliberalism: Different Expressions of Social Vulnerability presents a unique contribution to the interdisciplinary field of disaster research by presenting qualitative studies of disaster vulnerability from the perspective of scholars from the Global South, bringing a fresh and critical approach to English speaking social sciences qualitative researchers working on disaster risks in a number of fields, such as geography, anthropology, sociology, political science and environmental studies.

Salutogenic Organizations And Change

Author : Georg F. Bauer
ISBN : 9789400764705
Genre : Psychology
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New and current approaches to organizational health intervention research are the main focus of this comprehensive volume. Each chapter elaborates on the respective intervention researcher’s concept of a healthy organization, his/her approach to changing organizations, and how to research these interventions in organizations. As a common ground, the book consistently relates to the notion of salutogenesis, focusing on resources and positive outcomes of health-oriented organizational change processes. Out of the virtual dialogue between the chapters, common themes and potential trends for the future are identified.​

Ciudad Y Complejidad

Author : Fabio Giraldo Isaza
ISBN : STANFORD:36105114941136
Genre : Ciudad
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Volume De Resumos

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ISBN : UCSD:31822021189121
Genre : Forest ecology
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