ED 1.302 : W93 FFICE E du ca t i on С RESEARCH Research Report What's Wrong With Writing and What Can We Do Right Now ? in 1990 on the National Assessment of Educational Progress ( NAEP ) . In 1991 , a national poll of American ...
Author: Sara J. Moulton RegerPublish On: 2006-03-27
Insights from IBM's Tangible Culture Approach 14 □ Right vs. Right—The good thing that can cause big trouble. Having lots of good options is a good thing, isn't it? Well, not always—and definitely not when the options conflict and are ...
Author: Sara J. Moulton Reger
Publisher: Prentice Hall Professional
Category: Business & Economics
Nowadays, nearly every business leader recognizes the crucial importance of culture. But, in many organizations, attempts to handle culture issues remain “squishy,” unfocused, and unlikely to bring any value or results. Now, IBM’s leading experts reveal the way to make culture tangible to everyone involved—and how to effectively deal with a variety of culture challenges. Can Two Rights Make a Wrong? leverages the lessons learned during IBM’s $3.5 billion acquisition of PricewaterhouseCoopers Consulting: insight that IBM has crystallized into a powerful methodology for transforming business culture. The authors introduce “Business Practices,” an actionable surrogate for “culture” that business people can identify with, gauge, and act upon. Then, one step at a time, you’ll learn how to apply IBM’s practical culture transformation techniques in your unique environment. You’ll discover common patterns that lead to culture clashes so you can resolve or, better yet, prevent them. You’ll learn to clarify your expectations so people really “get” it—and do it. You’ll gain the way to measure culture change progress in terms everyone can understand and buy into. Whether you’re involved with M&As, joint ventures, major transformation, internal restructuring, or any other initiative where culture is important, this book can help you take culture from a worrisome risk to a competitive advantage. Business Practices: the unseen hand that propels action Uncover what makes your organization unique Right vs. Right: What to do when good options conflict Understand and manage the source of culture clash Outcome Narratives: Get to the right place, the right way Clarify your desired future, clear the obstacles, measure progress, and deliver results
If you consistently slow down and don't give your child what she wants when she cries, she will begin to adopt other ... How to Deal with It: When They Are Genuinely Unhappy 60 What You Can Do Right Now to Help Your Child with Autism.
Author: Jonathan Levy
Publisher: Sourcebooks, Inc.
Category: Family & Relationships
What You Can Do Right Now to Help Your Child with Autism gives you the best techniques you can do? right now? to work with your child and draw him or her back into our interactive world.
Category # 2 Put a number “ 2 ” by everything you are going to do , but you are not going to do right now . Category # 3 This is where everything else goes . Put a number “ 3 ” next to all the things you really don't have to do ...
Robert Coles, M.D., Professor of Psychiatry and Medical Humanities, Harvard University, and author of The Moral Life of Children A hard-hitting and controversial book, Why Johnny Can't Tell Right from Wrong will not only open eyes but ...
Author: William Kilpatrick
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
An analysis of why American schools fail to provide a moral education argues that the new decision-making-based educational theory fails to teach values
It is true that the precise scope of the right of self-defense has long been a subject of dispute. ... is triggered only by an armed attack or whether a state faced with an imminent threat of attack can lawfully use force to defend ...
Author: Jane Stromseth
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
This book looks at why it's so difficult to create 'the rule of law' in post-conflict societies such as Iraq and Afghanistan, and offers critical insights into how policy-makers and field-workers can improve future rule of law efforts. A must-read for policy-makers, field-workers, journalists and students trying to make sense of the international community's problems in Iraq and elsewhere, this book shows how a narrow focus on building institutions such as courts and legislatures misses the more complex cultural issues that affect societal commitment to the values associated with the rule of law. The authors place the rule of law in context, showing the interconnectedness between the rule of law and other post-conflict priorities, such as reestablishing security. The authors outline a pragmatic, synergistic approach to the rule of law which promises to reinvigorate debates about transitions to democracy and post-conflict reconstruction.
principles of social solidarity, equity, effectiveness, appropriateness, affordability, efficiency and the right of access to health care.33 1.3 Content and dimensions of the right to health The extent to which rights can be used as ...
Author: Marius Pieterse
Category: Civil rights
Can rights cure? At a time when South Africa’s ailing and dysfunctional health system is on the verge of radical transformation through the mooted introduction of a National Health Insurance scheme, and when there are increasing political tensions between government and the courts, this book reflects upon the South African experience of judicially enforcing health-related constitutional rights. It attempts to understand the ways in which rights-based litigation has impacted on the operation and transformation of different features of the health system, including the formulation and implementation of health laws and policies, processes of health resource allocation and rationing, the regulation of health care delivery in the private sector, and the promotion and protection of public health.
beings, are entitled merely by virtue of being biologically human; they are individual rights not tied to group, communal, national, or any other membership. Human rights do not have to be earned, nor are they dependent on any ...
Author: Rhoda E. Howard-Hassmann
Publisher: Penn State Press
Category: Political Science
"An examination of globalization's effects on human rights, world poverty, and inequality. Describes international human rights law and the international social movement for reform of globalization"--Provided by publisher.
Table 11.1 Conflicts between different elements of rights-based approaches to development Trade-off type Realization ... Improving a right at the cost of retrogressive measures for another right Can rights improvement be sought at the ...
Author: Jan Wouters
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing
Category: Political Science
This insightful book offers a critical reflection on the sustainability and effectiveness of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) and its legacy over the last 70 years. Exploring the problems surrounding universality, proliferation and costs, it asks the provocative question, can we still afford human rights?
Author: Kanstantsin DzehtsiarouPublish On: 2021-11-30
This content might be fairly abstract, but there should be some criteria that can be applicable and testable. I will use another fairly vague concept to ... The margin will tend to be narrower where the right at stake is crucial to the ...
Author: Kanstantsin Dzehtsiarou
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
The first comprehensive analysis of the concept of European Public Order as deployed by the European Court of Human Rights.