Filters








277 Hits in 6.2 sec

UC Merced Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society Title The effect of "Maverick": A study of Group Dynamics on Breakthrough in Collaborative Problem solving Publication Date The effect of "Maverick": A study of Group Dynamics on Breakthrough in Collaborative Problem solving

Yugo Hayashi
2012 Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society   unpublished
The presented study is concerned with one aspect of the effect of a "whistleblower" or a person arousing or informing a different perspective on a collaborative problem-solving task.  ...  In the experiment, several sets of figures were presented in three different settings (without a different perspective, with Maverick, three members with a different perspective), where a group of six  ...  This research was partially supported by the Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (KAKENHI), The Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, Japan (MEXTGrant), Grant No. 23700325  ... 
fatcat:2qeutmeegfelbf5o6c624p6aqu

Behavioral Economics: A Maverick Guide

Hugh H. Schwartz
2015 Social Science Research Network  
ability of humans, the time in which a decision had to be made, imperfect memory, perception problems and context-the state of the world).  ...  These are revised notes from the first half of a course in behavioral economics offered at the School of Social Sciences of the University of the Republic in Uruguay in November 2014.  ...  ; one cannot solve a problem with the same type of thinking as that which created it.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2544441 fatcat:w4pbxwhqprggfgz2xfio3qaisu

U.S. Higher Education Effectiveness

Steven Brint, Charles T. Clotfelter
2016 RSF: The Russell Sage Foundation Journal of the Social Sciences  
a reputation for superiority in problem solving and breakthrough research, and these objectives have great appeal to the people who provide financial contributions and political support for universities  ...  Has the emphasis on interdisciplinary collaboration led to a greater capacity to tackle key national problems? How much are students learning?  ... 
doi:10.1353/rus.2016.0008 fatcat:e2a7fcc6rjgiflsz62gi4knb6i

The Study of Knowledge Innovation Based on Enterprise Knowledge Ecosystem

Mingkui Huo
2013 Business and Management Research  
Based on the principles of ecology, this article builds a model of Enterprise Knowledge Ecosystem, and based on the point of Enterprise Knowledge Ecosystem, does research on knowledge innovation process  ...  , aimed for providing a new thinking of knowledge innovation.  ...  As is biological system, in a certain region, there is no Knowledge Individuals (knowledge individual means individuals, groups or companies who have a high level of knowledge to solve the problem and  ... 
doi:10.5430/bmr.v2n1p69 fatcat:6jykcfcy2fa5pimzurdsuqprza

The Application and Practice of TBL Method in the Teaching of "Zhuang Medical Prescriptions"

Zhang Yun, Yuying Lan, Gang Fang, Yong Huang
2021 Journal of Contemporary Educational Research  
From the perspective of the practice of basic teaching, it is a creative teaching strategy.  ...  The application of TBL teaching method to "Zhuang Medical Prescriptions" is an actual practice of group cooperative learning mode.  ...  It is based on study groups and focuses on subjective initiative. The research in domestic medical schools is relatively young and far from establishing a mature system.  ... 
doi:10.26689/jcer.v4i12.1688 fatcat:f6asq7yjwjex7nftpfllh57zzu

Roadmap for metal nanoparticles in radiation therapy: current status, translational challenges, and future directions

Jan Schuemann, Alexander Bagley, Ross Berbeco, Kyle Bromma, Karl T Butterworth, Hilary Byrne, Devika B Chithrani, Sang Hyun Cho, Jason R Cook, Vincent Favaudon, Yaser Hadi Gholami, Elisabetta Gargioni (+30 others)
2020 Physics in Medicine and Biology  
This roadmap outlines the potential roles of metallic nanoparticles (MNPs) in the field of radiation therapy.  ...  This roadmap covers contributions from experts in these topics summarizing their view of the current status and challenges, as well as expected advancements in technology to address these challenges.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors acknowledge support from Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas (CPRIT RP170314). Acknowledgments  ... 
doi:10.1088/1361-6560/ab9159 pmid:32380492 fatcat:7zylme3fdvgzrl3c3qtgbderva

ACADEMIC LEADERSHIP: DIMENTIONS, DYSFUNCTIONS AND DYNAMICS

Tom Kennie
2016 International Scientific Journal of Universities and Leadership  
ACADEMIC LEADERSHIP: DIMENTIONS, DYSFUNCTIONS AND DYNAMICS  ...  To do so requires the second dimension of curiositythat of 2.2.2 Creativity: Breakthroughs in any area of enquiry typically demand a different way of looking at a problem or world view of a topic.  ...  ; the lure of opportunities to get involved in external (often international) activities too early; avoiding dealing with the harder to solve problems at home; the opportunity to offer (too much) help  ... 
doaj:8e53702d2826465cb7a243812a381de0 fatcat:byn7vrippzc7nkoctevso3r3yq

Anti-Innovation Norms

Stephanie Plamondon Bair, Laura G. Pedraza-Farina
2018 Social Science Research Network  
On the theory side, it suggests that IP scholars to date have been too focused on addressing the free-rider problem.  ...  The narrative that has emerged celebrates social norms' ability to solve IP's free-rider problem without incurring IP's costs. But this account does not fully consider the dark side of social norms.  ...  In fact, under one interpretation of culture, culture is defined by the particular tools and routines a community uses for solving problems. 168 problems," that is, problems that can be solved with  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.3123770 fatcat:njnql5zav5ahvp3pqrst6mtlna

Managing High Performance Work Systems and Organizational Performance [chapter]

Aykut Berber, Murat Yaslioglu
2014 Work Organization and Human Resource Management  
Thus, high performance work systems should allow individuals to experience greater autonomy over their tasks and particularly self-managed teams are useful where a group of individuals can all together  ...  plan, organize and control their tasks without the need for micromanagement.  ...  create a new product or a process; quality circles where a group of individuals willingly spend some time on problem-seeking and solving efforts in a proactive manner; or selfmanaged teams where a group  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-06376-8_2 fatcat:sa22fhbkijeuvjo6vgn5e4fzse

Creative Leadership: A Multi-Context Conceptualization

Charalampos Mainemelis, Ronit Kark, Olga Epitropaki
2015 The Academy of Management Annals  
Creative Leadership 2 especially in terms of resolving three persisting problems in the extant literature: lack of definitional clarity, shortage of nuanced theories, and low contextual sensitivity.  ...  provided that: • a full bibliographic reference is made to the original source • a link is made to the metadata record in DRO • the full-text is not changed in any way The full-text must not be sold in  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to thank Associate Editor David de Cremer and Editor Sim Sitkin for their thoughtful comments and suggestions during the preparation of this article.  ... 
doi:10.1080/19416520.2015.1024502 fatcat:gqrgmwzd7rhdfme75tmtivfhyi

Creative Leadership: A Multi-Context Conceptualization

Charalampos Mainemelis, Ronit Kark, Olga Epitropaki
2015 The Academy of Management Annals  
Creative Leadership 2 especially in terms of resolving three persisting problems in the extant literature: lack of definitional clarity, shortage of nuanced theories, and low contextual sensitivity.  ...  provided that: • a full bibliographic reference is made to the original source • a link is made to the metadata record in DRO • the full-text is not changed in any way The full-text must not be sold in  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to thank Associate Editor David de Cremer and Editor Sim Sitkin for their thoughtful comments and suggestions during the preparation of this article.  ... 
doi:10.5465/19416520.2015.1024502 fatcat:oe3xynvzfzaupdwehgehmf3eb4

The Perennial Challenge of Anomalies at the Frontiers of Science [chapter]

B. Rubik
1997 Signals and Images  
In one study on falsifiability, a simple experiment was set up to compare the performance of a group of scientists and a group of clergymen. A false hypothesis was given to all of the participants.  ...  Biological effects of low doses have been demonstrated in a growing number of studies worldwide, and we are now in the midst of a paradigm struggle.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-94-011-5804-6_1 fatcat:5bqweykgkzcfdippgbqtohpjpa

LINC: biology's revolutionary little computer

Joe November
2004 Endeavour  
The demonstration was a success. In a single afternoon, Linc helped solve a problem that had dogged Starr for months.  ...  When breakthroughs in biological problems were enabled by computers, the researchers responsible were usually not biologists.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.endeavour.2004.07.006 pmid:15350765 fatcat:smzre5ivjjf7lie4p677yuoqv4

Cross-Cultural Studies of Implicit Theories of Creativity: A Comparative Analysis Between the United States and the Main Ethnic Groups in Singapore

Suzanna J. Ramos, Gerard J. Puccio
2014 Creativity Research Journal  
An Abstract of a Thesis in Creative Studies ABSTRACT OF THESIS Cross-Cultural Studies of Implicit Theories of Creativity: A Comparative Analysis between the United States and the Main Ethnic Groups in  ...  Singapore This thesis explored the extent of influence of culture on implicit theories of creativity among laypeople from the United States and Singapore, as well as the ethnic groups in Singapore -the  ...  The effect of the assumed boundary in the solving of the nine-dot problem in a sample of Chinese and American students 6-18 years old. Journal of Creative Behavior, 26, 53-64.  ... 
doi:10.1080/10400419.2014.901094 fatcat:pimwtvmdpff5liewiren4tkoqa

What drives ICT clustering in European cities?

Maksim Belitski, Sameeksha Desai
2015 Journal of Technology Transfer  
We examine the drivers of ICT activity in 227 cities across 22 European countries.  ...  We address interdependencies at different levels using a nested multilevel model, which assesses the impact of urban characteristics and country conditions on ICT clustering.  ...  In contrast, more open and higher density networks feature a variety of possibly conflicting norms and routines, as well as problem solving approaches.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10961-015-9422-y fatcat:cdjdkm5ezjehnhw27n5itdxmly
« Previous Showing results 1 — 15 out of 277 results