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Exploring the work and competence of interactive researchers

Peter E. Johansson, Andreas Wallo
2019 Journal of Manufacturing Technology Management  
Some activities are relatively easy to describe, while others exist in the gaps between other activities – e.g. boundary spanning – and are harder to explicitly define in terms of implications for the  ...  Purpose The purpose of this paper is to provide insight into the competence in use when working with interactive research, which is a continuation and elaboration of action research.  ...  The survey was distributed online to senior researchers and PhD students at a university of applied sciences in Sweden and, more specifically, researchers with a background in operations and/or innovation  ... 
doi:10.1108/jmtm-09-2018-0307 fatcat:m2cevivkazbw3jpqlax4og7uta


2018 RAM. Revista de Administração Mackenzie  
Purpose: The aim of this paper is to identify relationships between "managerial competencies" (MCs) and the resulting extension in Brazilian "research groups" (RGs), as well as differences resulting from  ...  and partnerships, features that are influenced by the leader's competencies, which are not always satisfactorily displayed.  ...  universities and who had competence for teaching and research but not for acting as managers.  ... 
doi:10.1590/1678-6971/eramg180034 fatcat:i3bmvmxmi5c7fnmvqxjhdi56am

Preparation and Competence of Intending and Beginning Teachers in Malta

Charles Mifsud
1996 Journal of Education for Teaching  
The interplay between perceptions of preparation and competence for both student and beginning teachers is examined.  ...  The relationship between perceived levels of preparation and competence is determined through a survey conducted amongst the whole population of final year students and recent graduates of the B.Ed.  ...  He demonstrates that part of the way of understanding the theory and practice gap between the college and the school is through an understanding of the gap between theory and practice as it exists within  ... 
doi:10.1080/02607479620250 fatcat:7ihnjxhjsvdlbfmkbus3s2kehm


Pablo Fernando Pessoa de Freitas, Catarina Cecília Odelius
2018 Cadernos EBAPE.BR  
concentrate on mapping specific competencies of the studied locus of research, as well as the replication of the study to verify the dynamic behavior of MC over time.  ...  This study presents a literature review on managerial competencies (MC) in order to identify the most mentioned classifications of MC in empirical studies (including schemes, models, categorizations, or  ...  cultural interference of the university and the health system.  ... 
doi:10.1590/1679-395159497 fatcat:gsoqfkla45cyldwut5hvdbxraq

The Nature and Measurement of Competency in English

Karen L. Greenberg, Charles R. Cooper
1982 College composition and communication  
In an examination of the implications-and effects of the competency testing movement on the discipline of English, the six chapters of this book-answer major questions cOnceilling what competency in English  ...  The first chapter presents an account of the origins and development of the competency testing movement, while the second chapter provides a comprehensive review of the best current research and theory  ...  In my school at least, teachers of -,bliginess courses frequently give students a set of facts about a company and ask students to recommend policies that the company should adopt.  ... 
doi:10.2307/357851 fatcat:gvkv5s6eqzconnsep64qej5m4u

Methods of Assessing Intercultural Competence for International Assignments: A Systematic Review of Reviews

John A. Hennings
2021 Muma Business Review  
tolerance, resources available, and the magnitude of the requirement.  ...  Despite the high cost and high frequency of failure in expatriate assignments, the potential value and opportunity gained by sending employees overseas is driving the number of business expatriates skyward  ...  Denise Breckon, and the reviewers of the Informing Science Institute for their many helpful suggestions.  ... 
doi:10.28945/4829 fatcat:hftxnpgr5valrplasbbhd2bgfe

Listening and Participatory Communication: A Model to Assess Organization Listening Competency

Judy Burnside-Lawry
2012 International journal of Listening  
The five service quality gaps are: Gap 1 the gap between management perceptions of what consumers expect and consumer expectations Gap 2 management perceptions of consumer expectations and the organisation's  ...  service quality standards (performance specifications) Gap 3 a gap between service quality specifications and service delivery Gap 4 a gap between the actual service and the promised service through the  ...  expectations of the organisation's listening competency and their actual perceptions in Gaps 1-4 R M İ T University Design and Social Context Portfolio School of Media & Communication Dear My name  ... 
doi:10.1080/10904018.2012.678092 fatcat:t4mdjfliazeaji6tv4c4sd2ny4

Reflective Writing in the Competency-Based Curriculum at the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine

Harry Isaacson
2008 The Permanente Journal  
Acknowledgments We thank Jennie Hill, Andrew Hamblin, and Mike Bodily for their assistance with various aspects of the study to date.  ...  But never once did I hear anyone explain that the word patient really means "a sufferer" … Often the suffering was simple fear.  ...  Discussion Multifaceted needs assessment (assessment of learner self-identified needs; organizational leader needs based on practice gaps; and gaps in knowledge, competence, skills, and performance) is  ... 
doi:10.7812/tpp/07-136 fatcat:7csa2scsnvfxrowknhul43griq

Formation initiale et appropriation des compétences professionnelles par les enseignants stagiaires en éducation physique et sportive (EPS)

Maher Mrayeh
2013 IOSR Journal of Research & Method in Education (IOSRJRME)  
The study revealed that family problems and school problems both act as the factor causing truancy among students and out of two family problems is more effective in causing truancy among students.  ...  Five skills were set for this study : communication (1), the design of teaching situations (2), the management of situations of teaching (3), the assessment of learning (4) and the ethically and responsibly  ...  Scholar in Psychology, the Department of Psychology ,College of Arts & Social sciences, Osmania University, Hyderabad, India.and also he is a teacher; And and Prof.  ... 
doi:10.9790/7388-0160112 fatcat:m7lzumy7pze2jgjuqk2q7cx3ve

Market Orientation and Successful New Product Innovation: The Role of Competency Traps

Susan Wei
2006 Social Science Research Network  
Given the potential adverse consequences of competency traps in NPD, it is important that we understand the sources and impact of competency traps.  ...  The development of a valid measure of competency traps should enable researchers and managers to better diagnose competency traps.  ...  ideal situation.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1260431 fatcat:uua7izo2qbfgtbfei2x5bgeafu

Interdisciplinary Approach to Biological and Health Implications in Selected Professional Competences

Dorota Kostrzewa-Nowak, Robert Nowak, Joanna Kubaszewska, Waldemar Gos
2022 Brain Sciences  
Therefore, the aim of the study was to present relationships between personality traits, cognitive competences and biological factors shaping behavioral conditions in a multidisciplinary aspect.  ...  Everyday life's hygiene and professional realities, especially in economically developed countries, indicate the need to modify the standards of pro-health programs as well as modern hygiene and work ergonomics  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/brainsci12020236 pmid:35203999 pmcid:PMC8870650 fatcat:3ixsbyjvpzdhzawbuu7753fz64

Key Competences in Europe: Opening Doors for Lifelong Learners Across the School Curriculum and Teacher Education

Jean Gordon, Gábor Halász, Magdalena Krawczyk, Tom Leney, Alain Michel, David Pepper, Elzbieta Putkiewicz, Jerzy Wiśniewski
2009 Social Science Research Network  
The research covers a wide spectrum of economic and social issues, including economic effects of the European integration process, economic relations between the EU and CIS, monetary policy and euro-accession  ...  Acknowledgements This report is the result of a team effort and reflects the contributions of all those who have contributed to the country fiches, the country case studies as well as the interim and final  ...  However, the actual situation is much more complex because of other factors such as the historic background, the institutional context, ideological aspects, possible gaps between rhetoric and reality,  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1517804 fatcat:lhubhtvcjjctte5is3ol6ftjii

Leaning Out: How Negative Recruitment Experiences Shape Women's Decisions to Compete for Executive Roles

Raina A. Brands, Isabel Fernandez-Mateo
2016 Administrative Science Quarterly  
Belonging uncertainty, in turn, both leads women to place greater weight than men on fair treatment and negatively affects their perceptions of the fairness of the treatment they receive.  ...  The results, which are consistent with our model, have implications for theory and practice regarding gender inequality at the labor market's upper echelons.  ...  We recruited individuals who were currently employed in senior roles and who thus had a "baseline" sense of belonging in executive domains -rather than relying on a typical sample of university students  ... 
doi:10.1177/0001839216682728 fatcat:2536qtljffbrxid3r5lmfs6yum

Taste tests: Impacts of consumer perceptions and preferences on brand positioning strategies

Sanjoy Ghose, Oded Lowengart
2001 Journal of Targeting, Measurement and Analysis for Marketing  
The present paper also uses a hypothetical example to indicate the importance of considering the location of consumer 'ideal points' before making formulation changes in a brand as part of a targeting  ...  Various managerial implications of using the suggested perceptual preferential taste-mapping analyses are also discussed.  ...  PRESENT STUDY The taste test study was conducted with a sample of respondents who were all business students in a major university.  ... 
doi:10.1057/palgrave.jt.5740031 fatcat:narr6fjak5fbphogz5alhtahta

Selected methods of studying a college's image

Katarzyna Kowalska-Jarnot
2020 Managerial Economics  
chances of attracting more students.  ...  Positive image and reputation building are important strategies in developing the permanent recognition of a college in the education market.  ...  -the discrepancy between the product concept and its specific implementation in the project, -Gap 3 -the discrepancy between a product design and its actual material form, -Gap 4 -the discrepancy between  ... 
doi:10.7494/manage.2019.20.2.133 fatcat:3ho4nv2jxrhynfdxknbybt6j6m
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