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Model of Experience for Public Organisations with Staff Mobility [chapter]

Jacek Kitowski, Krzysztof Krawczyk, Marta Majewska, Mariusz Dziewierz, Renata Słota, Simon Lambert, Alistair Miles, Alvaro Arenas, Ladislav Hluchý, Zoltan Balogh, Michal Laclavik, Sabine Delaître (+3 others)
2004 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Public organisations with a high rate of staff rotation lose their valuable asset -experience of employees.  ...  The comprehensive model containing user profiles, which defines experience in the scope of organisation, is described in the paper.  ...  Thanks are due to European Commission and participants of the Pellucid project, IST-2001-34519. AGH-UST grant is also acknowledged.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-24683-1_10 fatcat:ygv4pdek55dbho7kw5wywdyetq

Knowledge Management for Organisationally Mobile Public Employees [chapter]

Simon Lambert, Simona Stringa, Gianni Viano, Jacek Kitowski, Renata Słota, Krzysztof Krawczyk, Mariusz Dziewierz, Sabine Delaitre, Miguel Bermejo Oroz, Ana Conde Gómez, Ladislav Hluchy, Zoltan Balogh (+4 others)
2003 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Public organisations often face knowledge management problems caused by organisational mobility, the continual and pervasive movement of staff between units and departments.  ...  This can be a strength, but also introduces problems of loss of experience and reduced efficiency and effectiveness in working.  ...  ORGANISATIONAL MOBILITY IN PUBLIC ORGANISATIONS Organisational mobility is the pervasive movement or circulation of staff from one unit or department within an organisation to another.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-44836-5_21 fatcat:bni7ib2rdjbqnn3mb5eplo7uiu

Shaping innovation and coordination of healthcare delivery across boundaries and borders

Rosemary J. Hollick, Alison J. Black, David M. Reid, Lorna McKee
2019 Journal of Health Organisation and Management  
Purpose Using a complexity-informed approach, we aim to understand why introduction of a mobile service delivery model for osteoporosis across diverse organisational and country contexts in the UK National  ...  Technical and logistical issues, organisational resources, patient and staff actions combined in unpredictable ways to shape the lifecycle of service change.  ...  by a range of community based staff, patients and public over the course of mobile service development.  ... 
doi:10.1108/jhom-10-2018-0315 fatcat:tevphtgyl5gxzak254nkice3dq

The Post Bureaucratic Model Is Suitable For Public Organizations in the Era of Modern Reform

Thi Thu Hien Phan, Thi Kim Oanh Pham
2019 Zenodo  
The post-bureaucratic model is suitable for public organisations in the modern age of reform.  ...  Analysis of change in contexts for decision-making, staff mobilisation, control, planning, and change management... are all basic elements that help managers change organisational performance.  ...  As a result, public managers, through their planning, outline the roadmap and objectives for their organisation and staff.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3510016 fatcat:k23cxb3kefgpdbzj236xwqmekm

A framework for experience management in public organisations

Simon C. Lambert, Alvaro Enrique Arenas, Alistair J. Miles
2005 Revista Colombiana de Computación  
The Pellucid project developed an adaptable and customisable platform for enabling experience management in public organisations.  ...  A framework for experience management has been developed based on the generation of 'active hints' that are presented to the user according to working context.  ...  Introduction Organisational mobility is the pervasive movement or circulation of staff from one unit or department within an organisation to another.  ... 
doaj:56de6f7029044a86b7c1f3c872387382 fatcat:3xpyfydqs5hvzj46skvgpyxdhy

Analysis of Mobile Business Processes for the Design of Mobile Information Systems [chapter]

André Köhler, Volker Gruhn
2004 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Especially in larger organisations with complex business processes, a systematic procedure is required if a verifiable economic benefit is to be created by the use of mobile technologies.  ...  For that purpose, the method Mobile Process Landscaping is used to decompose a process model into different levels of detail.  ...  For this purpose, section 2 deals with basic characteristics of mobility in connection with business processes and information systems.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-30077-9_24 fatcat:uc3fhkhavjayje7tn6y6stw2z4

The Influence of Personal and Organizational Factors on Researchers' Attitudes towards Sustainable Research Productivity in Saudi Universities

Fahad Ghabban, Ali Selamat, Roliana Ibrahim, Ondrej Krejcar, Petra Maresova, Enrique Herrera-Viedma
2019 Sustainability  
Purpose: This paper studies organisational and personal factors affecting the behaviour of academic staff in Saudi universities.  ...  As well the sustainability of publication will assist the promote of Saudi academic staff.  ...  The authors' mission was concerned with the importance of studying the factors that affect publications by academic staff in Saudi universities.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su11174804 fatcat:osblmueaafhoxguwlj4y24eery

Gender inequality in the global mental health research workforce: a research authorship scoping review and qualitative study in Nepal

Dristy Gurung, Manaswi Sangraula, Prasansa Subba, Anubhuti Poudyal, Shelly Mishra, Brandon A Kohrt
2021 BMJ Global Health  
The qualitative analysis supported the scoping review and identified a lack of gender-friendly organisational policies, difficulties in communication and mobility, and limited opportunities for networking  ...  The scoping review assessed gender disparities in authorship of journal publications for Nepal mental health research, using databases (PsycINFO, PubMed, Web of Science, NepJol, NepMed) for 5 years.  ...  For example, organisations often provide motorbikes as transportation for their staff but women in Nepal rarely have experience driving them.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmjgh-2021-006146 pmid:34880061 pmcid:PMC8655556 fatcat:4w5gqfodcvdhxitvdynx7jxwui

Developing schools as learning organisations—"Why" and "how"?

Marco Kools, Bert George, Bram Steijn
2020 European Journal of Education  
The user has requested enhancement of the downloaded file. Eur J Educ. 2020;00:1-6. | 1  ...  Research evidence shows us how innovation can contribute to improving the quality of public services and enhancing the problem-solving capacity of governmental organisations in dealing with societal challenges  ...  Traditional models of schooling whose organisational patterns deeply structure schools-the single teacher, the classrooms each with their own teacher and traditional approaches to teaching and classroom  ... 
doi:10.1111/ejed.12384 fatcat:2pc2ohdjmfbctdzfyzjt2tsf2m

ICT Driven Knowledge Management in Developing Countries: A Case Study in a Chinese Organisation [chapter]

Jin Tong, Siraj A. Shaikh
2010 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
It is necessary to help organisations in developing countries to understand the issues of KM in their local context.  ...  Current research of knowledge management (KM) is mostly based on experience in developed countries that are already becoming knowledge economies [16] .  ...  With the expansion of mobile phone market, more and more products have to be designed at the same time.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-15476-8_7 fatcat:vbqwgy3uzrg6ngontr2vthduta

E-Platform to Maintain Digital Competencies for Collaborative Network Organisations

Silvia Matern
2020 Information & Security An International Journal  
The research suggests the method and tools that should be used in the digital platform for organisational collaboration in order to develop and implement successfully a competencies model for IT organisations  ...  A B S T R A C T : The article proposes a model to maintain digital competencies for networked organisations in a collaborative online environment, e-Platform for human capital development and management  ...  by the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Bulgaria.  ... 
doi:10.11610/isij.4608 fatcat:xpwhpgvkenbgjl2bpfxgxfc6y4

Turnover intentions, training and motivations among Australian union staff

Nick Brander-Peetz, David Peetz, Paula Brough
2021 Economic and Industrial Democracy  
Staff loss and demotivation can be costly for unions.  ...  Moderated multiple regression analyses revealed that perceived organisational support, shortcomings in training and unmet intrinsic needs predicted ITL, after controlling for burnout, labour market mobility  ...  Notably, the R 2 change for the addition of the interaction in the model was not significant.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0143831x211017216 fatcat:4omqyt2lufhifbrwxtase44voi

International Mobility and Learning in the UK National Health Service [chapter]

Helen Louise Ackers, James Ackers-Johnson, John Chatwin, Natasha Tyler
2017 Healthcare, Frugal Innovation, and Professional Voluntarism  
This chapter sets the study of international placements for healthcare professionals in the wider context of knowledge mobilisation characterising mobile health workers as knowledge brokers.  ...  It then discusses the concept of 'volunteer' and how appropriate this term is to the study of placement learning. The term 'professional volunteer' is proposed as a compromise.  ...  with responsibility for the delivery of universal public healthcare in the UK.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-48366-5_1 fatcat:7xhde4nqgrbahpg6eledrtyzvy

Citizen science on urban mobility - A practitioner's guide to evaluation, engagement and policy change

Margarida Sardo, Sophie Laggan, Anke Bracke, Elke Franchois, Giovanni Maccanni
2021 Zenodo  
This guide emerged from the WeCount project and sets out to scale general guidelines for evaluating similar citizen science projects for improved urban mobility, and draw best practice models for engagement  ...  Phase 1, Scoping and community building: For this preliminary step, first define your purpose -what are you hoping to get out of engaging the public, influential organisations and decision makers, and  ...  In these early stages, assess the needs of the researchers/staff involved and develop a public engagement coaching team who can support and train them with the necessary skills if needed.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5742725 fatcat:g7jwof6rqbaurga4ktsbmz2iyq

Moving towards an enhanced community palliative support service (EnComPaSS): protocol for a mixed method study

Steven M Arris, Deborah A Fitzsimmons, Susan Mawson
2015 BMC Palliative Care  
The first stage of the project will involve the development of an organisational model incorporating proposed changes resulting from the introduction of new novel mobile technologies.  ...  Community Palliative Care Nurses employed by the hospice will be equipped with a mobile platform to improve communication, enable accurate and efficient collection of clinical data at the bedside, and  ...  The funding bodies have not had any involvement in the study design; the writing of the manuscript or in the decision to submit the manuscript for publication.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12904-015-0012-4 pmid:25924815 pmcid:PMC4422119 fatcat:oydm4upavzfofh64w6nrarfm7i
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