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Conceptualizing Professional Commitment-Based School Strategy

Jan Merok Paulsen
2018 Nordic Journal of Comparative and International Education  
The purpose of the paper, however, is to advance this theoretical understanding a step further towards a conceptual model of commitment-based school strategy.  ...  Yet the point is that within the frames of a Bildung discourse, the themes in focus for curricula go beyond basic skills with a similarly strong focus on societal values and culture.  ...  When a school principal is strongly committed to explaining and clearly communicating the school vision, aim, and values, this will have a significant positive effect on teachers' sense of decision-making  ... 
doi:10.7577/njcie.2750 fatcat:m4da42moprggfo72dtbbbrxz6e

Holding Foundations Accountable for Equity Commitments

Tanya Beer, Patricia Patrizi, Julia Coffman
2021 The Foundation Review  
Trust-based relationships with grantees can increase the ability for foundation staff and grantees to negotiate on more equal footing.  ...  values on which a great deal of philanthropic funding is based (Mathison, 2018, p. 113) .  ... 
doi:10.9707/1944-5660.1565 fatcat:gbxej3bn2nas3irkffgduuwq5a

Commitment or Compliance? Institutional Logics of Work Environment Management

Christian Uhrenholdt Madsen, Peter Hasle
2017 Nordic Journal of Working Life Studies  
of the state and the corporation, and the commitment logic as based on the orders of the corporation.The paper ends with a discussion on the how the two logics can influence concrete work environment  ...  In this paper, we use the 'institutional logics' perspective to propose heuristic ideal types of two institutional logics of work environment management:The logic of compliance as the ideal type of the  ...  It is necessary to create a sense of community and commitment, because a priori commitment and solidarity of the late modernity tend to focus on groups outside the specific organization (professional associations  ... 
doi:10.18291/njwls.v7is2.96688 fatcat:4llfhvzdxvh5pfh4oy7bogfgiy

Committing to Place: The Potential of Open Collaborations for Trusted Environmental Governance

Claire Waterton, Stephen C. Maberly, Judith Tsouvalis, Nigel Watson, Ian J. Winfield, Lisa R. Norton, Claire Marris
2015 PLoS Biology  
Using the example of lake water management in Loweswater, a small hamlet within the English Lake District, we consider the ways in which new "collectives" for local, bottom-up governance of water bodies  ...  Conventional modes of environmental governance, which typically exclude those stakeholders that are most directly linked to the specific place, frequently fail to have the desired impact.  ...  global climate change on lakes, the effects of the regulatory politics of the European Union, and the future of upland farming and rural societies in the modern world.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pbio.1002081 pmid:25742282 pmcid:PMC4351129 fatcat:2honu6wnpraudfeqogvh2zqlcm

Medical commitments ceremonies

J G. Evans
2002 Journal of Medical Ethics  
of organs, and the effect of Third World debt on health as a human rights objective.  ...  The need for independent ethical review of research protocols by a committee drawing on a range of professional and lay expertise is established as a moral, a quality-management and a regulatory requirement  ... 
doi:10.1136/jme.28.5.329 pmid:12356965 pmcid:PMC1733643 fatcat:g436gshncvduhil5brq7f6o5t4

Corporate Public Affairs: Commitment, Resources, and Structure

Jennifer J. Griffin, Paul Dunn
2004 Business & Society  
Additional research on the implications of our activity- based focus (1.e., focusing on common structure of activities) is war- ranted.  ...  Such a response would focus on minimizing internal constraints, enhancing communication flows, and developing effective decision-making patterns within the firm and the PA department.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0007650304266277 fatcat:k67hsrszzvhl7lkwj2zmz3vulq

The Evolution of an Ethic and a Commitment

2005 Chemistry International  
The CEOs of the member companies then assured each other that they had indeed met their commitments through a signed statement to that effect.  ...  It has focused these efforts in the areas of water, power, health, and education in a way that encourages capacity building within the communities.  ... 
doi:10.1515/ci.2005.27.2.4 fatcat:5tqxgr5abzeg3ffznb6t5w4tce

Ethical Commitments in Community-Based Research with Youth

Angela Booker
2016 Mind, Culture, and Activity  
In particular, I seek to highlight opportunities afforded by community-based research for all involved to respond to contradictions as learners rather than arbiters of ethical practice.  ...  This account is intended to contribute to a discussion of the developmental role of contradictions highlighted in Cultural Historical Activity Theory.  ...  Thanks also to Ron Glass and Michael Cole for their encouragement to write about ethics in community-based research and for reviewing various versions of the text.  ... 
doi:10.1080/10749039.2015.1107741 fatcat:kezann3cpve37eg7ruiu64jx7e

Organizational Commitment of North Indian Journalists

Dr. Neha Miglani
2018 Journal of Content Community and Communication  
The results of the study indicated significantly higher commitment levels among male journalists based in Chandigarh compared to their female counterparts (on affective and continuous organizational commitment  ...  For a journalist, credibility is explicably associated with his/her profession. The pressure of deadlines (at the organizational level) and of morality (from the reader's perspective) is immense.  ...  Kondratuk et al. ( Studies Related to Organizational Commitment in the Indian Perspective A study on effect of interaction between manager's quest for innovation and budget emphasis on the organizational  ... 
doi:10.31620/jccc.06.18/10 fatcat:y35elw3nr5boplc6whvn7vvl6u

Credible Commitment and Property Rights: Evidence from Russia

TIMOTHY FRYE
2004 American Political Science Review  
These results generate insights into debates on the role of state in the economy, the origins of secure property rights, the nature of state capacity, the importance of informal institutions, and the process  ...  Do rightholders view private or state agents as a greater threat to property? Do they value bureaucratic commitment or discretion?  ...  possibility for reverse causality (Besley 1995) .21 Evaluations of the commitment of the respondent's governor or mayor to a market economy based on private property had little effect on the security  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0003055404001273 fatcat:4t2gegjzyfg2hkhii6nmo4v7di

Corporate Social Responsibility as the Organization's Commitment against Stakeholders [chapter]

Pranas Žukauskas, Jolita Vveinhardt, Regina Andriukaitienė
2018 Management Culture and Corporate Social Responsibility  
Often in the implementation practice of companies' social responsibility, there can be attention focus on one or even several very significant activities, which indicated that the organization has not  ...  Purpose of the research: To analyze theoretical aspects of corporate social responsibility as a commitment to the stakeholders.  ...  norms and standards, but also with values established in society: a factor which is more a call, but not a direct, institutionalized regulatory obligation.  ... 
doi:10.5772/intechopen.70625 fatcat:edxlumbtwbc55k2qwz4mdtsixu

Commitments and interaction norms in organisations

Mehdi Dastani, Leendert van der Torre, Neil Yorke-Smith
2015 Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems  
We adopt insights and methods from commitment-based approaches to agent interaction as well as from norm-based approaches to agent behaviour governance.  ...  We model interaction protocols by explicitly-represented norms, such that we can operationalise the enforcement of protocols by means of norm enforcement, and we can analyse the protocols by a logical  ...  We thank the participants of the COIN'12 workshop at AAMAS'12 for the discussions of the preliminary idea of the article [34] , and for suggestions that have directed our investigations.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10458-015-9321-5 fatcat:2wiatx2bvrelfgbjlaqtlmub2u

Trust, Reputation, and Law: the Evolution of Commitment in Investment Banking

Alan D. Morrison, William J. Wilhelm
2015 Journal of Legal Analysis  
We categorize commitments in relationships along a hierarchy that runs from the most extra-legal to the most legally intensive devices.  ...  We discuss the policy implications of this dislocation with specific reference to cases in securitization and M&A markets.  ...  between trust and the more formal institutions of a capitalist economy is a focus of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1093/jla/lav007 fatcat:rps74uwvg5dj3n4pyrvrtzjzne

Seven Guiding Commitments: Making the U.S. Healthcare System More Compassionate

Beth A. Lown
2014 Journal of Patient Experience  
We present a set of guiding commitments and recommendations to foster a more compassionate healthcare system.  ...  Despite the current focus on patient centeredness, healthcare professionals face numerous challenges that impede their ability to provide compassionate care that ameliorates concerns, distress, or suffering  ...  is not a compassionate one. 9 Despite the current focus on patient centeredness and important efforts to make care safer, more effective and less costly, caregivers face numerous challenges that impede  ... 
doi:10.1177/237437431400100203 pmid:28725803 pmcid:PMC5513594 fatcat:sl6yiiiphrgvxm6crkealfnxjm

Guest editorial. Professions under suspicion: what role for professional ethics and commitment in contemporary societies?

Teresa Carvalho, Tiago Correia, Helena Serra
1970 Sociologia  
This tension requires a sociological reading able to clarify the role of ethics and professional commitments. This constitutes the underlying thread for this thematic dossier.  ...  Within its scope, readers shall encounter theoretical and empirical contribution that enable a better interpretation of the relationships between professions and societies and thereby better grasping the  ...  Based on this attitude towards civil society, there comes the hope of building a solid structure of trust among citizens and institutions as well as between citizens and professionals given that the idea  ... 
doi:10.7458/spp20188814795 fatcat:zbyfpumdxbcknpjhoix5g552dm
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