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Education of psychiatric nurses

D. D. R. Williams
1992 Psychiatric bulletin of the Royal College of Psychiatrists  
It never seemed like a big deal for me to tell patients that they would not be eating until 2-3 pm.  ...  If you happen to be a new recruit in a research project that requires control subjects you can take the plunge from the role of empathic reassuring research clinician to that of anxious and uneasy research  ... 
doi:10.1192/s0955603600106798 fatcat:vcp7ebc7lfaetcsc4aojou3eeu

Personal Value, Biographical Identity, and Retrospective Attitudes

Camil Golub
2018 Australasian Journal of Philosophy  
What, if anything, accounts for such conservative retrospective attitudes? I argue that the right answer involves the significance of our personal attachments and our biographical identity.  ...  I also examine other options, such as the absence of self-to-self connections across possible worlds and a general conservatism about value.  ...  is needed, and it should cover our conservative retrospective attitudes as well: we need a deeper account of why such attitudes are warranted in certain cases, and why they are focused on certain things  ... 
doi:10.1080/00048402.2018.1431297 fatcat:fi56ltla25ckpdi4dzbw327rhq

Post‐Failure Success: Sensemaking in Problem Representation Reformulation

Marta Morais‐Storz, Nhien Nguyen, Alf Steinar Sætre
2020 The Journal of product innovation management  
why some projects thrive post-failure and others do not.  ...  of failures when innovating, and, second, a process of problem formulation characterized by sensemaking that is both retrospective and prospective. • A project's problem representation post-failure must  ...  They will never stop. When I was really frustrated some years ago, I asked, 'Should we stop? Should we close the lid for this project and pull it out from the market?' He said, 'No.'  ... 
doi:10.1111/jpim.12552 fatcat:sdbhe667lzbbzeiik5inug52fi

Getting at ephemeral flaws

Tamara Lopez, Marian Petre, Bashar Nuseibeh
2012 2012 5th International Workshop on Co-operative and Human Aspects of Software Engineering (CHASE)  
We also offer preliminary thoughts about the utility of retrospective interviewing in getting at information about ephemeral flaws.  ...  In this paper we describe a study designed to elicit stories from software developers about problems they encounter in their daily work.  ...  This research is supported in part by SFI grant 10/CE/I1855 (Nuseibeh) and by a Royal Society Wolfson Research Merit Award (Petre).  ... 
doi:10.1109/chase.2012.6223030 dblp:conf/icse/LopezPN12 fatcat:6w5u2ilshvcq5kt4e37qrtphnq

Moustapha Alassane, a Retrospective of an Adventurer

Amélie Garin-Davet
2022 African Studies Review  
With tireless curiosity, Alassane experimented with cinema his entire life, never limiting himself to one style.  ...  Despite the fact that he was a very important figure in early African cinema, Alassane's films were still rarely seen; they had been shown in Niger and at international festivals, albeit not extensively  ...  We discussed the retrospective project early on with Josh Siegel, Senior Curator of Film at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), and he confirmed the institution's interest.  ... 
doi:10.1017/asr.2022.28 fatcat:tay2r6jdybdifbp55jscua3bvm

Phoenix rises from the ashes: creating and destructing value through reflection

Suvi Von Becker, Eeva Aromaa, Päivi Eriksson
2017 International Journal of Knowledge Management Studies  
The study's theoretical framework draws from discussions on the creation and destruction of value, while adding a new perspective based on retroactive sensemaking and purposeful reflection.  ...  This case study focuses on the creation and destruction of value from a reflexive perspective.  ...  why they might hold these beliefs.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijkms.2017.084395 fatcat:z6jtmdneirdqhkd54qcbcqc7tq

Phoenix rises from the ashes: creating and destructing value through reflection

Suvi Von Becker, Eeva Aromaa, Päivi Eriksson
2017 International Journal of Knowledge Management Studies  
why they might hold these beliefs.  ...  Hence, they re-construct reality and rationalise their senses of what happened during the project (Weick et al., 2005) .  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijkms.2017.10005272 fatcat:zgb3ds6b45dptbc5no4tln7x7a

IT Project Retrospectives: Learning from the Past through a Program of Action Research

R. Ryan Nelson
2010 Americas Conference on Information Systems  
To help address this shortcoming, this paper provides a framework for conducting project retrospectives that has evolved through the analysis of 130 IT projects over the past ten years.  ...  Project management has emerged as a strong discipline practiced by highly trained, certified professionals as organizations have come to realize they cannot stay in business if they cannot manage their  ...  ROOT CAUSE ANALYSIS Root cause analysis (RCA) is a tool designed to help identify not only what and how a problem or event occurred, but also why it happened.  ... 
dblp:conf/amcis/Nelson10 fatcat:dulh35fywzblbhgukwpprqlrdy

"The Day I Was Born": The Tale of Two Student Teachers and a Bungled Internet Research Project

Elizabeth Brockman, Christine Luoma, Shae Potocki
2007 Language Arts Journal of Michigan  
What follows is a no-holds-barred classroom narrative about two student teachers and a bungled Internet research project.  ...  In "Silences in Our Teaching Stories: What Do We Leave Out and Why," Thomas Newkirk proposes that the field of English has an overly strong tendency to tell solely classroom success stories (See also Bramblett  ...  Day after day, they said and showed us a dozen times that The Day I Was Born was a fabulous website, so they were fully engaged in the research project.  ... 
doi:10.9707/2168-149x.1140 fatcat:yycz724vvvcyvcg76sicdgarbi

Why bad things happen to good projects

K. Mackey
1996 IEEE Software  
They must use that awareness to build --with full support and cooperation from the business --a business contingency plan for IT projects that is as robust as the project plans they create for the new  ...  That's why IT project management has become high art while business contingency planning remains in the Dark Ages.  ... 
doi:10.1109/52.493017 fatcat:azm6aouimveg3ox3lxq44fimzu

My Narratology

Sylvie Patron
2019 Diegesis: Interdisziplinäres E-Journal für Erzählforschung  
Firstly, the horizon of retrospection and its symmetrical pair, the horizon of projection (represented, for example, in Saussure in the form of the project of a general semiology and perhaps in narratology  ...  Along with the horizon of retrospection, it is also appropriate to consider the horizon of projection of a discipline or field of study.  ... 
doaj:42f575fa7bf1416283b8469c08a9a3b9 fatcat:qi22fwol2ffbbnp4l2alrq6pha


2022 History and Theory  
For such a historiographical project, the article offers a set of conceptual tools that allow possible alternative courses of events in the past and present to be brought to the attention of contemporary  ...  In contrast to counterfactual history, which asks what else could have happened, virtual historiography asks how the past would be seen if it had led to another future.  ...  If we want to discuss alternatives to factual history, we should limit our endeavors to developments and projects that once seemed possible, perhaps even probable, but never happened. 20 For example,  ... 
doi:10.1111/hith.12247 fatcat:ssskzivu7nhybgsl4rnpakhls4

Page 91 of Journal of Research and Practice in Information Technology Vol. 17, Issue 2 [page]

1985 Journal of Research and Practice in Information Technology  
The outstanding individual appears to be Ralph Palmer who was described as having “good technical taste and judgement and the ability to make things happen.”  ...  This failed to explain why success appeared to be natural for IBM and yet other organisations were clearly experiencing great difficulty in remaining competitive.  ... 

Can We Intend the Past?

Oded Na'aman
2017 Journal of Ethics and Social Philosophy  
As an alternative to this timeless conception of retrospection, I briefly propose that retrospection is diachronic: it begins after the moment of choice or action has passed and unfolds over time and in  ...  It betrays a misguided conception of retrospection as involving a choice between courses of history.  ...  These attitudes are only like conditional intention because the conditions they invoke will never obtain and therefore these attitudes will never lead to action.5 Affirmation of one object, according to  ... 
doi:10.26556/jesp.v12i3.268 fatcat:ajc52cywmfdlblpw4ie2qkjgxm

Lessons Learned from a Failed Attempt at Distributed Agile [chapter]

Mark Rajpal
2016 Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing  
You can abandon Agile altogether or you can take those lessons learned and apply them to future Agile projects.  ...  This paper discusses the journey travelled from that painful experience to becoming a more confident and experienced Agile practitioner.  ...  In fact, there are those that are never going to accept Agile and they may even demean you for trying to promote it.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-33515-5_21 fatcat:nl6cl2yp2rea5if4oy5ciowwfi
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