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Adopting agile practices

Amr Elssamadisy, David West
2006 Proceedings of the 2006 conference on Pattern languages of programs - PLoP '06  
To establish the desired foundation it is necessary to "push the pattern envelope" in terms of traditional pattern documentation format and relationships among patterns that form a pattern language.  ...  The increasing popularity of Agile approaches to software development forces an increasing number of organizations to deal with issues of Agile adoption (and adaptation).  ...  She picked up the work Dave had completed, found the one or two issues and notified Dave. Dave had the issues fixed in a couple of days and the card went through to completion smoothly.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1415472.1415474 fatcat:r3oysqjo2bc25agqfwtzsw5xaa

Community Law Practice

Luz E. Herrera
2019 Daedalus  
Lawyers in these practices attend to recurring legal needs, contribute to building a diverse profession, and spur community development of modest-income communities through legal education and services  ...  This essay sheds light on the characteristics, motivations, and challenges these law practices face in providing access to justice to modest-means communities.  ...  For attorneys in communityembedded law practices, building a practice that serves their peers is critical to their sense of identity and purpose.  ... 
doi:10.1162/daed_a_00542 fatcat:2f26qa7yuvh3jkclhzow5wwcvm

Environmental sustainability: Educating social workers for interdisciplinary practice [chapter]

2012 Environmental Social Work  
transformative change Consensus building Elicitive conflict resolution practices Joint problem-solving skills in mediation, facilitation, negotiation, and training Economics Externalities Democratic  ...  These models, rather than focusing only on fixing symptoms, claim to respond to systemic issues by providing for the possibility of transformation toward economic self-reliance at the community level  ... 
doi:10.4324/9780203095300-23 fatcat:pml5i6adzrculmgxyz7pcg5jhe

The mediation metamodel: Understanding practice

Nadja Alexander
2008 Conflict Resolution Quarterly  
The mediation metamodel provides a systematic framework for understanding mediation as it is practiced in a variety of professional and cultural contexts.  ...  The metamodel provides orientation in the dispute resolution field not only for mediators, parties, and their lawyers, but also for regulators, referring bodies, researchers, and students of mediation.  ...  are less likely to be able to participate in integrative bargaining without further input from their clients) • When parties are negotiating over a "fixed pie" • In single-issue disputes Settlement mediation  ... 
doi:10.1002/crq.225 fatcat:5lrnv5dkvjcu5a52s7ymh6wypu

(Engaging or Avoiding) Change Through Reflexive Practices

Paul Hibbert, Lisa Callagher, Frank Siedlok, Charlotta Windahl, Hee Sun Kim
2017 Journal of management inquiry  
First, we build an understanding of what a repertoire of reflexive practices may include, and 'what is going on' in such reflexive practices.  ...  Third, we develop an understanding of the ways in which emotions and relationships influence how reflexive practices of either kind are deployed.  ...  Fixing and mobilizing practices We identified three particular fixing practices and there seem to be some interesting commonalities and differences in them when considered together.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1056492617718089 fatcat:m5ikif75hff2dljem4zxdrjhgm

Qualitative Research: Practices and Challenges

Elizabeth M. Pope, Catarina Brandão, Cedric G. Sanders, Nuria Fabrellas
2021 A Prática Na Investigação Qualitativa Experiências De Grupos De Investigação - La Práctica En Investigación Cualitativa Experiencias De Grupos De Investigación  
This second volume of 'New Trends in Qualitative Research: Practices and Challenges" includes selected papers presented at the 5th annual World Conference on Qualitative Research (WCQR) held virtually  ...  There are 8 chapters in this volume: four report on qualitative studies, three are literature reviews and one is a review of digital tools for qualitative analysis.  ...  Further, I am also very grateful to my colleagues who collaborated with me on the study on negative symptoms.  ... 
doaj:6d5a9eaf6dc34433bdea994dc9d487be fatcat:r6vx77nspvf7noav2trgaokybi

Reconstructing engineering from practice

James Trevelyan
2010 Engineering Studies  
The author is deeply indebted to all the engineers who have participated anonymously in this study.  ...  Acknowledgments The author thanks Sabbia Tilli and his students for their contributions and discussions leading to this article.  ...  There are few reports that help us understand how issues in engineering practice might have contributed to these problems. 15 Engineering faculty who help students construct the discipline centre their  ... 
doi:10.1080/19378629.2010.520135 fatcat:fekauu6so5blpo2vumzlqo4dai

The integration of pain sciences into clinical practice

Louis S. Gifford, David S. Butler
1997 Journal of Hand Therapy  
PAIN-SPECIAL ISSUES FOR HAND THERAPISTS To take on and integrate pain into clinical practice, broad key issues, some of which may be confronting, need to be appreciated.  ...  that need therapeutic "fixing."  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0894-1130(97)80063-4 fatcat:b5zvpilzjjgmvkwdiysxqtaie4

A teaching framework for cross-cultural health care. Application in family practice

E A Berlin, W C Fowkes
1983 Western Journal of Medicine  
, heighten awareness of cultural issues in medical care and obtain better patient acceptance of treatment plans.  ...  Building on methods of elicitation suggested in the literature, we have developed a set of guidelines within a framework called the LEARN model.  ...  , heighten awareness of cultural issues in medical care and obtain better patient acceptance of treatment plans.  ... 
pmid:6666112 pmcid:PMC1011028 fatcat:no4ln7zks5dbfbrjynucihmdcm

IT Process Practices in Kenya

Stanley Mwangi Chege
2015 The International Journal of Management Science and Business Administration  
It is a set of practices and procedures brought together in unison to ensure IT alignment with business needs.  ...  to resolve these issues (Luftman, 2012).  ...  The four MANAGEMENT domains are in line with the responsibility areas of plan, build, run and monitor (PBRM).  ... 
doi:10.18775/ijmsba.1849-5664-5419.2014.17.1005 fatcat:kqvfnxl6tfhc3i6dstvjqbm76i

Planning to Practice: Action and Coping Plans Increase Days of Meditation Practiced

Jonathan N. Cloughesy, Alissa J. Mrazek, Michael D. Mrazek, Jonathan W. Schooler
2020 Psi Chi Journal of Psychological Research  
We would like to thank Colton Chase Collins for his significant contributions to editing and revision of the initial draft of this manuscript.  ...  in the practice.  ...  practice and habit strength over a 4week practice period.  ... 
doi:10.24839/2325-7342.jn25.2.203 fatcat:4eqex6f45vdlxihlvauicqaewy

The therapeutic roller coaster : dilemmas in the treatment of childhood abuse survivors

J A Chu
1992 Journal of Psychotherapy Practice and Research  
Backgrounds of abuse, abandonment, and betrayal are often recapitulated and reenacted in therapy, making the therapeutic experience arduous and confusing for therapists and patients.  ...  Efforts must be directed at building an adequate psychotherapeutic foundation before undertaking exploration and abreaction of past traumatic experiences.  ...  Ground- ing techniques, if learned and practiced regularly, are effective in increasing volun- tary control over dissociative symptoms.  ... 
pmid:22700116 pmcid:PMC3330302 fatcat:5hu7mmr4rbathajufjzmfq2z5y

Partnerships in Practice [chapter]

Julia Steets
2010 Accountability in Public Policy Partnerships  
Similarly, the Global Water Partnership (GWP), which was created in 1996 by the World Bank, UNDP and SIDA in order to promote and support sustainable water management, encourages diverse actors to build  ...  In their analysis of 'global public policy networks', Reinicke and Deng, for example, distinguish six partnership functions: placing issues on the agenda, negotiating and setting standards and regulations  ... 
doi:10.1057/9780230290617_4 fatcat:7c5spbgahvclnk4klwnekl2d6m

Practical aspects of lifestyle modifications and behavioural interventions in the treatment of overactive bladder and urgency urinary incontinence

J. F. Wyman, K. L. Burgio, D. K. Newman
2009 International journal of clinical practice  
Acknowledgements Editorial support was provided by Tamara Bavendam, MD, MS, at Pfizer Inc, and Simon J. Slater, PhD, at Complete Healthcare Communications Inc., who was funded by Pfizer Inc.  ...  Practical supporting materials that will facilitate the use of these interventions in the clinic are included; these can be used to help patients understand lifestyle choices and voiding behaviours that  ...  Scheduling a specific office visit to discuss bladder health issues and having the patient bring in a completed bladder diary would be an effective strategy in addressing any issues that might have been  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1742-1241.2009.02078.x pmid:19575724 pmcid:PMC2734927 fatcat:tiatfogeofd7hpge4itby7xltq

Decolonising Australian Psychology: Discourses, Strategies, and Practice

Pat Dudgeon, Roz Walker
2015 Journal of Social and Political Psychology  
This paper discusses the role of psychology in Australia and the negative impact that certain disciplinary theories and practices have had on Indigenous Australians.  ...  Colonisation in Australia has had a devastating and lasting impact on the wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in Australia (herein referred to as Indigenous Australians).  ...  Practitioners cannot rely solely on Western psychiatric classification systems when trying to identify, understand, and work with symptom patterns of distress in Aboriginal populations (Adams, Drew, &  ... 
doi:10.5964/jspp.v3i1.126 fatcat:ipilzgr6rbca7jshzppz55dtzi
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