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'Harvard Business Review 100 Years" - 30 Influential HRB articles.' https://hbsp.harvard.edu/product/10557-PDF-ENG HBR at 100: The Most Influential and Innovative Articles from Harvard Business Review's First Century The most definitive management ideas of the century, all in one place. "Harvard Business Review" is the foremost destination for smart management thinking. Now, at its 100th anniversary, this commemorative volume brings together the most influential.. 2022. 11. 23.
How Google Works? (구글은 어떻게 일하는가?) How Google Works? OriginalHow Google Works from Eric Schmidt 한국어 버전: Key Sentence: 오늘날 비즈니스가 계속 성공할 유일한 방법은 똑똑하고 창의적인 직원들을 끌어들이고, 그들이 성과를 낼 수 있는 환경을 만드는 것입니다. How Google Works / 구글은 어떻게 일하는가 (Korean / 한국어 버전) from Mika Eunjin Kang 2016. 6. 2.
No More Hierarchy, but Heterarchy. A recent study ("The Riddle of Heterarchy") indicates that the traditional "Assigned leadership" is not working well especially in a creative team, but "Emergent and collective Leadership" is outperforming. 1. Teams are likely to operate better when there are a number of members with leadership potential (fears of rivalry notwithstanding) than when power is a solo affair. 2. It is not only impor.. 2014. 5. 25.
7 Things You Need to Stop Doing To Be More Productive, backed by science. 7 Things You Need to Stop Doing To Be More Productive, backed by science. 1. Stop working overtime and increase your productivity 2. Don’t say “yes” too often 3. Stop doing everything yourself and start letting people help you 4. Stop being a perfectionist 5. Stop doing repetitive tasks and start automating it. 6. Stop guessing and start backing up your decisions with data 7. Stop working, and h.. 2014. 5. 5.
Science of Persuasion (설득의 심리학) Korean Science of Persuasion (설득의 심리학) Korean language 1. Reciprocity (First Give Small and Take Big). 2. Scarcity (Provide Benefits, Unique, and Lose)3. Authority (Diploma, Certificate, Uniform, Suit)4. Consistency (Make a small change first to make a big change)5. Linking (Genuine complements)6. Consensus (Include people in a desired group) (English Version) (Korean Version) 2013. 11. 17.
Structuring an Academic Writing Structuring an Academic Writing Many people need to write an academic paper or an academic report. Although there are huge numbers of suggestions for academic writing, I want to introduce structures of academic writing in my field (social science, education, and business). Introduction / Problem Statement Title Name Department / Institution Tel:, E-mail: 2012. 12. 15.
Entrepreneurship Journals (second tier & unique topics: JBD & USASBE). JOURNALS in North American Business Press (editor: http://www.na-businesspress.com/Journals.html Journal of Business Diversity Contact: Sandra Williams, Ph.D., Editor; Journal of Business Diversity; North American Business Press Email: editorials@na-businesspress.com; Phone: 1-866-624-2458; Fax: 1-800-307-1004 Miami, Florida; Toronto, Ontario Canada; Seattle, Washington; Los Angeles, California .. 2012. 2. 28.
Entrepreneurship Journals for Researchers. Katz (2003) · A complete educational infrastructure, consisting of more than 300 endowed positions, more than 100 centers, more than 40 refereed academic journals and more than a dozen professional organizations in the United States alone (Katz, 1994); · An emerging segmentation of the discipline marked by the growth of specialized professional groups and publishing venues in economics, economic.. 2010. 12. 11.
10,000 hours / 10 years rule for developing an expertise. Researchers (Bloom (1985), Bryan & Harter (1899), Hayes (1989), Simmon & Chase (1973)) have shown it takes about ten years to develop expertise in any of a wide variety of areas, including chess playing, music composition, telegraph operation, painting, piano playing, swimming, tennis, and research in neuropsychology and topology. The key is deliberative practice: not just doing it again and aga.. 2010. 10. 11.
대한민국헌법 22조와 과학기술자-김준효 대한민국헌법 22조와 과학기술자-김준효 대한민국 헌법 22조 2항은 『과학기술자의 권리는 법률로써 보호한다』고 규정하고 있다. 헌법· 법률 등의 법은 한 사회의 각 구성원이 게임을 운용하는 규칙(룰)이라고 할 수 있다. 야구의 규칙(룰)을 모르고서는 그 팀은 경기를 진행조차 할 수 없듯이, 우리가 법을 모르고서는 불이익을 당할 수밖에 없고, 이는 사회의 발전을 더디게 하는 큰 요인이 된다. 과학기술자 스스로 법을 모르고, 알려고 하지 않고, 그 법을 잘 활용하려고 하지 않는 것이 문제일 수 있다. 위 대한민국 헌법 22조 2항 역시 대부분의 과학기술자가 모르고 있을 것이라고 본다. 또한 위 조항을 활용하여 권리를 주장할 생각도 별로 없었다고 본다. 그러나, 위 조항은 우리 헌법의 과학기술관련 조항들 중 .. 2010. 7. 12.
Participative decision making (Wiki) Participative decision making From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Participative Decision-Making (PDM) is the way an organization decides to make decisions. The leader must think of the best possible style that will allow the organization to come up with the best results. When the leader involves participants, it is shown to improve job satisfaction. Synergy is important in decisions because it.. 2009. 10. 27.
Effectuation Theory. Original source: http://www.effectuation.org/FAQ.htm#Process What is effectuation? Effectuation is a type of human problem solving that takes the future as fundamentally unpredictable, yet controllable through human action; the environment as constructible through choice; and goals as negotiated residuals of stakeholder commitments rather than as pre-existent preference orderings. Back to top Wh.. 2009. 10. 9.
Leadership Models and Theories Leadership Models and Theories http://www.stewart-associates.co.uk/leadership-models.aspx Fiedler's Contingency Model. Leadership Traits Leadership theories that attempt to identify the common traits possessed by successful leaders. These traits included: · Adaptable to situations · Alert to social environment · Ambitious and achievement oriented · Assertive · Cooperative · Decisive · Dependable.. 2009. 9. 28.
Garbage Can Model The Garbage Can Model is a theory within the science of public administration that explains organizational decision making from a systemic-anarchic perspective. Contents [hide] 1 Development of the Garbage Can Model 2 Streams of events within the Garbage Can Model 2.1 Problems 2.2 Solutions 2.3 Choice opportunities 2.4 Participants 3 Why "garbage cans"? 4 Critiques of the Garbage Can 5 Reference.. 2009. 9. 17.
Four Models of Organizational Decision Making Four Models of (Individual / Organizational) Decision Making. Source: http://www.unc.edu/~nielsen/soci410/nm11/nm11.htm Module11 - DECISION MAKING PROCESSES 0. OBJECTIVE In this module you will learn the principle of the classical model of rational decision making the limitations of rational decision making and the important concept of bounded rationality 4 models of organizational decision maki.. 2009. 9. 17.
Bounded Rationality Theory Herbert Simon, The Challenger for 'Rational Decision-Making" (1916~2001) Bounded rationality From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Redirected from Bounded Rationality) Jump to: navigation, search This article does not cite any references or sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (April 2009) This artic.. 2009. 9. 10.
Social Cognitive Theory (Bandura) Source: Wikipedia.com Social Cognitive Theory, used in psychology, education, and communication, posits that portions of an individual's knowledge acquisition can be directly related to observing others within the context of social interactions, experiences, and outside media influences. Contents [hide] 1 History 2 Overview 3 Morality 4 Observation of Models 5 Identification and Self-Efficacy 6 .. 2009. 7. 28.
John Dewey & Progressive Education. Educational Progressivism Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Progressive_education Educational progressivism is the belief that education must be based on the principle that humans are social animals who learn best in real-life activities with other people. Progressivistsclaimed to rely on the best available scientific theories of learning. Most progressive educators believe that children lear.. 2009. 6. 24.
Definition of "Public Engagement" by UIUC "Public Engagement" Definition: Public engagement is the application for the public good of the knowledge and expertise of a faculty or staff member to issues of societal importance. Typically, this activity is done in collaboration with others both within and outside of the university. The activity may enrich research and teaching as well as lead to new directions within the university. Public .. 2009. 6. 11.
Semantic Differential (Measuring Meaning) 관심대상 사물이나 현상을 염두에 두고 다양한 단어가 함축하는 의미를 평정하여 그 사물이나 현상의 특성을 측정하는 척도이다. 어의차이척도라고도 한다. 창안자인 Osgood은 76가지의 대립되는 형용사를 이용하였는데, 이들은 평가적 요인, 역량요인, 그리고 활동요인으로 분류된다. 대립되는 형용사 쌍은 연구의 목적에 따라 달리 선택된다. 흔히 태도조사에 이용되는데, 응답자들은 어떤 대상에 대한 태도를 차다-따뜻하다 또는 어둡다-밝다 등의 단어쌍 사이의 급간에 답한다. 개인 또는 집단의 태도는 그러한 응답들의 평균 또는 합으로써 척도화된다. Semantic differential From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Semantic differential is a type of a.. 2009. 5. 13.
The Satir Change Model Written by Steven M Smith Source: http://www.stevenmsmith.com/my-articles/article/the-satir-change-model.html Every technology organization must deal with change. Virginia Satir, a pioneering family therapist, created a change model to help families process change. Her model fits high technology organizations equally well. This article explains Satir's model and offers insights into how to more .. 2009. 4. 16.
Social Learning Theory Social learning theory From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia For the article on social learning theory in psychology and education see social cognitive theory. Criminology and Penology Theories Anomie Differential Association Theory Deviance Labeling Theory Psychopathy Rational Choice Theory Social Control Theory Social Disorganization Theory Social Learning Theory Strain Theory Subcultural Theo.. 2009. 3. 31.
Theory of Planned Behavior Theory of planned behavior From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia This article may require cleanup to meet Wikipedia's quality standards. Please improve this article if you can. (June 2008) In psychology, the theory of planned behavior is a theory about the link between attitudes and behavior. It was proposed by Icek Ajzen (last name sometimes spelled 'Aizen') as an extension of the theory of rea.. 2009. 3. 30.
How to measure visitor engagement, redux How to measure visitor engagement, redux Back in December of last year when I first posted on measuring visitor engagement, I hardly imagined how much interest the topic would generate. Shortly after the first post, I commented thatmy definition of engagement was as follows: Engagement is an estimate of the degree and depth of visitor interaction on the site against a clearly defined set of goal.. 2009. 3. 29.