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Leadership Influence In The Adoption Of Innovation By Critical Care Nurses, Michael Mceachern Nov 2019

Leadership Influence In The Adoption Of Innovation By Critical Care Nurses, Michael Mceachern

Ed.D. Dissertations

Innovation is critical to the survival and continued success of hospitals. Public and political criticism coalesces around costs, quality, and access. This qualitative research study was conducted to discover strategies that may be useful to nurse managers in supporting innovation adoption. The research design of this case study is useful in understanding how managers and nurses experience innovation in critical care settings. Data collection was carried out on the campus of a university-affiliated research hospital located in the southeastern U.S. A semistructured, protocol-driven, interview process, was used to collect data from 12 participants including nurse leaders and staff nurses ...


Antitrust And Regulating Big Data, D. Daniel Sokol, Roisin E. Comerford Oct 2019

Antitrust And Regulating Big Data, D. Daniel Sokol, Roisin E. Comerford

D. Daniel Sokol

The collection of user data online has seen enormous growth in recent years. Consumers have benefited from this growth through an increase in free or heavily subsidized services, better quality offerings, and rapid innovation. At the same time, the debate about Big Data, and what it really means for consumers and competition, has grown louder. Many have focused on whether Big Data even presents an antitrust issue, and whether and how harms resulting from Big Data should be analyzed and remedied under the antitrust laws. The academic literature, however, has somewhat lagged behind the policy debate, and a closer inspection ...


Troubled Waters Between U.S. And European Antitrust, D. Daniel Sokol Oct 2019

Troubled Waters Between U.S. And European Antitrust, D. Daniel Sokol

D. Daniel Sokol

Antitrust is an important area of law and policy for most companies in the world. Having divergent rules across antitrust systems means that the same economic behavior may be treated differently depending on the jurisdiction, leading to disparate outcomes in which one jurisdiction finds illegal behavior (but the other does not) when the underlying behavior may be pro-competitive. This disparate set of outcomes creates a world in which the most stringent antitrust system may produce the global standard. As a result, if the antitrust rules applied are too rigid, they threaten to hurt consumers not merely in the jurisdiction where ...


The Prosperity Paradox, A Review, Ryan Stenquist Oct 2019

The Prosperity Paradox, A Review, Ryan Stenquist

Marriott Student Review

No abstract provided.


Formation Of Intellectual Property, Commercialization, Effectivity And Its Results, F.X. Rakhimov, K. Jumaniyazov Oct 2019

Formation Of Intellectual Property, Commercialization, Effectivity And Its Results, F.X. Rakhimov, K. Jumaniyazov

Textile Journal of Uzbekistan

This article describes connection of science, education and industry. The essence of the formation of the object of intellectual property in the sequence of the problem, idea and innovation, commercialization, efficiency and effectiveness in the context of integration of education, science and industry.


Top Management Team Diversity, Equality, And Innovation: A Multilevel Investigation Of The Health Care Industry, A. Erin Bass Oct 2019

Top Management Team Diversity, Equality, And Innovation: A Multilevel Investigation Of The Health Care Industry, A. Erin Bass

A. Erin Bass

The role of women on top management teams (TMTs) is an increasingly important topic for both academics and practitioners. Despite increased attention to gender diversity on TMTs, there remains limited understanding of how gender diversity influences important outcomes of the firm, such as innovation. To this end, I investigate the relationships between two dimensions of TMT diversity—TMT gender diversity and TMT compensation equality—and firm innovation, and consider how TMT size influences these relationships. Using a unique, multilevel, longitudinal sample of publicly traded firms in the U.S. health care industry, I find TMT size to be a key ...


What’S In A Name? Industry 4.0 Or Fourth Industrial Revolution Or Digital Transformation, Gulcin Cribb Oct 2019

What’S In A Name? Industry 4.0 Or Fourth Industrial Revolution Or Digital Transformation, Gulcin Cribb

Research Collection Library

No abstract provided.


To Transform Or Not To Transform: Academic Libraries In The Age Of Uncertainty, Gulcin Cribb Oct 2019

To Transform Or Not To Transform: Academic Libraries In The Age Of Uncertainty, Gulcin Cribb

Research Collection Library

No abstract provided.


The Necessity Of Forming National Statehood And It’S Mentality In The Spiritual-Moral And Cultural Development Of Society: Methods And Tools, Guzal Ochilova, Shakhlo Jumayeva, Bakhrom Ochilov Sep 2019

The Necessity Of Forming National Statehood And It’S Mentality In The Spiritual-Moral And Cultural Development Of Society: Methods And Tools, Guzal Ochilova, Shakhlo Jumayeva, Bakhrom Ochilov

The Light of Islam

The article discusses the priorities and methods of development of the spiritual, moral and cultural society, the moral and educational properties of development of national statehood thinking in the minds of citizens. The positive and negative factors of modern globalization events are revealed, and the scientific and philosophical analysis is presented. The proposals and conclusions on the development of education and youth education are given. The questions of the formation of harmony in civil society and state relations are considered. It also points to the need to develop a policy of tolerance among different nations living in the country, ensure ...


From The Myth Of Babel To Google Translate: Confronting Malicious Use Of Artificial Intelligence—Copyright And Algorithmic Biases In Online Translation Systems, Shlomit Yanisky-Ravid, Cynthia Martens Sep 2019

From The Myth Of Babel To Google Translate: Confronting Malicious Use Of Artificial Intelligence—Copyright And Algorithmic Biases In Online Translation Systems, Shlomit Yanisky-Ravid, Cynthia Martens

Seattle University Law Review

Many of us rely on Google Translate and other Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning (AI) online translation daily for personal or commercial use. These AI systems have become ubiquitous and are poised to revolutionize human communication across the globe. Promising increased fluency across cultures by breaking down linguistic barriers and promoting cross-cultural relationships in a way that many civilizations have historically sought and struggled to achieve, AI translation affords users the means to turn any text—from phrases to books—into cognizable expression. This Article discusses the burgeoning possibilities in the 3A Era (Advanced, Autonomous, AI systems) of AI online ...


Summary: Advancing Evidence Based Social Policies Through Intergovernmental Data Sharing Partnerships, Dennis P. Culhane Sep 2019

Summary: Advancing Evidence Based Social Policies Through Intergovernmental Data Sharing Partnerships, Dennis P. Culhane

Wharton PPI B-School for Public Policy Seminar Summaries

In response to the challenge of addressing complex social problems with limited resources, the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and Congress have called for evidence-based initiatives to facilitate program evaluation and policy research. In 2016, Congress established the Commission on Evidence Based Policy Making to make recommendations on how to accomplish this. While Congress considers mechanisms to link data from federal agencies on a national level, there is much that the federal government can learn from the use of integrated data systems (IDS) at the state and local levels.


Summary: Business Innovation Creates Policy Disruption, Sarah E. Light Sep 2019

Summary: Business Innovation Creates Policy Disruption, Sarah E. Light

Wharton PPI B-School for Public Policy Seminar Summaries

New forms of business in the sharing economy, and new technologies like autonomous vehicles, have the potential to “disrupt” existing regulatory structures. This seminar examined the challenges facing regulators and legislators, who must respond so as to both (a) promote innovation and (b) protect the public interest.


Logistics Salience Impact On Logistics Capabilities And Performance, Peter M. Ralston, Scott J. Grawe, Patricia J. Daugherty Sep 2019

Logistics Salience Impact On Logistics Capabilities And Performance, Peter M. Ralston, Scott J. Grawe, Patricia J. Daugherty

Scott Grawe

Purpose – The purpose of this manuscript is to assess the impact of logistics salience on logistics capabilities and performance. Specifically, the impact of logistics salience on logistics innovativeness and logistics service differentiation is measured along with logistics innovativeness and logistics service differentiation effect on logistics performance. Design/methodology/approach – Conclusions were drawn from survey data gathered from logistics and supply chain managers at US firms. Structural equation modelling was utilized to measure the statistical significance of the hypothesized model paths with all findings meeting the basic requirements of interpretation. Findings – The results suggest that logistics salience positively impacts both logistics ...


Logistics Salience Impact On Logistics Capabilities And Performance, Peter M. Ralston, Scott J. Grawe, Patricia J. Daugherty Sep 2019

Logistics Salience Impact On Logistics Capabilities And Performance, Peter M. Ralston, Scott J. Grawe, Patricia J. Daugherty

Peter Ralston

Purpose – The purpose of this manuscript is to assess the impact of logistics salience on logistics capabilities and performance. Specifically, the impact of logistics salience on logistics innovativeness and logistics service differentiation is measured along with logistics innovativeness and logistics service differentiation effect on logistics performance. Design/methodology/approach – Conclusions were drawn from survey data gathered from logistics and supply chain managers at US firms. Structural equation modelling was utilized to measure the statistical significance of the hypothesized model paths with all findings meeting the basic requirements of interpretation. Findings – The results suggest that logistics salience positively impacts both logistics ...


The Economic Efficiency Of Using The Sowing Technologies Of Agricultural Seeds By Zero Tillage, I. B. Rustamova, R. A. Nurbekova Sep 2019

The Economic Efficiency Of Using The Sowing Technologies Of Agricultural Seeds By Zero Tillage, I. B. Rustamova, R. A. Nurbekova

Irrigation and Melioration

The article presents the factors affecting the irrational use of resources that have a negative impact on reducing crop yields in a climate-changing environment. It highlights the benefits of soil-saving and resource-saving technologies, which include: preservation of moisture in the soil, the living conditions of microorganisms that are necessary for the humification processes, the addition of humus to the soil due to additional organic matter from mulch and cover crops. The economic efficiency of using the technology of zero tillage, which is presented in the following sequence, is substantiated: the objects of technology’s economic assessment were established, the subject ...


Evolving Pollution Prevention, Fall/Winter 2008, Issue 17 Sep 2019

Evolving Pollution Prevention, Fall/Winter 2008, Issue 17

Sustain Magazine

No abstract provided.


Factors Influencing Faculty Use Of Screencasting For Feedback, Berlin Fang Sep 2019

Factors Influencing Faculty Use Of Screencasting For Feedback, Berlin Fang

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

This study explored faculty concerns in using screencasting to give feedback, why they choose to adopt it, and what training and support would benefit them in the adoption of such a method. This is a single embedded case study using a stages of concern questionnaire, semistructured and open-ended interviews, as well as media comment reviews as data collection methods. Some 21 professors from a southwestern private university participated in the research, representing 51 potential participants who have been exposed to screencasting for feedback through software ownership, training, or coaching. After the completion of this questionnaire, 16 participants were interviewed in ...


Program Report: Innovation Tournament, Wendy Moore Sep 2019

Program Report: Innovation Tournament, Wendy Moore

Articles, Chapters and Online Publications

Wendy Moore summarizes the Innovation Tournament from the recent AALL annual meeting in Washington, D.C. in July 2019.

Technical Services Law Librarian (ISSN 0195-4857) is an official publication of the Technical Services Special Interest Section and the Online Bibliographic Services Special Interest Section of the American Association of Law Libraries. https://www.aallnet.org/tssis/resources-publications/technical-services-law-librarian/


Redefining Leadership In The Age Of The Sdgs: Accelerating And Scaling Up Delivery Through Innovation And Inclusion, Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, Rangita De Silva De Alwis Aug 2019

Redefining Leadership In The Age Of The Sdgs: Accelerating And Scaling Up Delivery Through Innovation And Inclusion, Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, Rangita De Silva De Alwis

Faculty Scholarship at Penn Law

In 2015 the United Nations adopted seventeen Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to promote prosperity while protecting the environment. Our research examines how the SDGs, considered the grandest vision for sustainable development for the world, can be accelerated by ambitious leaders in the field of innovation. Through careful selection based on the type of industry, scale, impact, and diversity, we study a cohort of bold leaders who are shaping a brave new world. In turn, the urgent charge of the SDGs provides a platform and an innovation lab to incubate new ideas for inclusion and technologies.


Inspiring Novel Application Of Technology And Self-Directed Learning In Library Makerspace, Dr Shirley Chiu-Wing Wong Aug 2019

Inspiring Novel Application Of Technology And Self-Directed Learning In Library Makerspace, Dr Shirley Chiu-Wing Wong

Proceedings of the IATUL Conferences

The Hong Kong Polytechnic University’s mission is to nurture next generation of critical thinkers, effective communicators, innovative problem solver, and global citizens. Opened to all students in September 2017, the i-Space of the Hong Kong Polytechnic University Library is designated to ignite students’ spirit of innovation and facilitate the development of self-directed learning.

The vision of the i-Space is to lower the barrier of entry of the latest technology for students of all disciplinary and inspire novel application in their disciplinary work. Students can explore different technologies, including 3D scanning, 3D printing, laser cutting, vinyl cutting, Virtual Reality, Internet ...


The Importance Of Creating A Cluster System In The Field Of Silk And Its Characteristics, Rustamjon Ibragimovich Isroilov, Ravshanbek Rasuljonovich Kxojimatov Aug 2019

The Importance Of Creating A Cluster System In The Field Of Silk And Its Characteristics, Rustamjon Ibragimovich Isroilov, Ravshanbek Rasuljonovich Kxojimatov

Scientific Bulletin of Namangan State University

In this article is given the concept of cluster, considered application and features. Considered questions the development system of clusters in sericulture, their essential properties and inculcate sericulture cluster, as well as methods of the ensuring necessary conditions.


Using Of Foreign Experience In The Teaching “Phonetics” Module, Mukhayyoxon Obidovna Khamidova Aug 2019

Using Of Foreign Experience In The Teaching “Phonetics” Module, Mukhayyoxon Obidovna Khamidova

Scientific Bulletin of Namangan State University

Word language in other countries, such as phonetic language-learning system, phonologic a significant role in all spheres. This issue is wide learnt in primary schools. That’s why during teaching students of Primary education faculty, we pay attention in subject “Mother tongue and literature” “Phonetics” module in this article “Phonetics” teaching module reflect the wide use of advanced foreign experience


Theoritical And Methodological Bases Of The Non-Problems For The Development Of The Mathematical Thinking In Preschool And Initial Training, Mehriniso Khomitovna Hakimova Aug 2019

Theoritical And Methodological Bases Of The Non-Problems For The Development Of The Mathematical Thinking In Preschool And Initial Training, Mehriniso Khomitovna Hakimova

Scientific Bulletin of Namangan State University

This article states that the success of the process of continuity and continuity in the formulation of mathematical concepts in preschool and primary education depends on the design, algorithmic and predetermined result of this process. The article also clarifies that the process of organizing the educational process through the use of innovative teaching and pedagogical methods is an important factor in the formation of mathematical concepts in preschool and primary education, ensuring continuity and continuity of the pedagogical process, and improving pedagogical mechanisms


Pedagogical Design Design And Design Stages Of Higher Education, Zulayho Olimjon Qizi Rashidova Aug 2019

Pedagogical Design Design And Design Stages Of Higher Education, Zulayho Olimjon Qizi Rashidova

Scientific Bulletin of Namangan State University

This article emphasizes the importance of designing the pedagogical process in the system of higher education and the stages of its design. The article also outlines the factors that influence the structure of the pedagogical process, that is, taking into account limitations and indications, the content of educational and scientific-practical needs, the organization of the educational process, and the degree of acceptance of the content and acceptance of pedagogical principles by students.


Drivers Of Success To Effective Entrepreneurship: A Comparison Of Immigrant And Native-Born Perceptions, Irina Kozlovski Aug 2019

Drivers Of Success To Effective Entrepreneurship: A Comparison Of Immigrant And Native-Born Perceptions, Irina Kozlovski

Business Administration Dissertations

The literature indicates that only a few studies have compared immigrant and non-immigrant entrepreneurs in the United States. The present study addresses this gap by inquiring how these populations perceive drivers of success. I employed an in-depth, multi-case analysis of immigrant and nonimmigrant entrepreneurs operating in the United States. Data were collected from semi-structured interviews. Adaptive comparative causal maps (CCMs), which are qualitative methodological tools, were used to illustrate similarities and differences between the groups.

I identified 155 drivers of success. I ascertained connections, deviations, and causal linkages as well as portrayed overlaps and divergences in the groups’ perspectives regarding ...


Discovery Park General Facilities Description, Purdue University Office Of Research And Partnerships, Cliff Wojtalewicz Aug 2019

Discovery Park General Facilities Description, Purdue University Office Of Research And Partnerships, Cliff Wojtalewicz

University General Facility Boilerplate Descriptions

Overview of the Discovery Park complex as the Purdue University hub for interdisciplinary research, education, and entrepreneurship.


Innovative Empires, Marisa C. Cavin Aug 2019

Innovative Empires, Marisa C. Cavin

Understanding by Design: Complete Collection

In this unit students will investigate how empires rose in certain places where plenty of resources supported innovation. It focuses on the study of four empires throughout time and space: Persian, Han Chinese, Roman, and Incan. Students will answer the questions: “How can location and time period lead to innovation?”, “How are people shaped by, and how do they shape their environments?”, and “Which innovation had the most impact?”. By critically analyzing these empires, developing research journals, and constructing arguments and evaluation of the significance of resources and innovations on these societies, students will be more prepared to understand the ...


Dish It Up! The Influence Of Kind Diningtm& Green House Model Food And Food Service Innovations On The Resident Experience In Residential Care Facilities., Mary E. Jensen Aug 2019

Dish It Up! The Influence Of Kind Diningtm& Green House Model Food And Food Service Innovations On The Resident Experience In Residential Care Facilities., Mary E. Jensen

Doctoral Dissertations

The purpose of this study is to understand how innovative practices affect the satisfaction elder-care facility residents have with their food-related life. The study looks through the lenses of food and food service activities, related medical care activities, and facility design.

The Older Americans Act of 1965 defined the basic rights of elders in American society. The statement and objectives codified in that Act have provided the outline for eldercare in the community and in residential care facilities ever since. Legislative updates in 2017 more clearly identified “person-centered” care as the ideal in elderly care homes. Research using the diffusion ...


Improving The Enhanced Journal Access Through An Academic Library And Publisher Collaboration, Laura I. Spears, Robert V. Phillips, Letitia Mukherjee, Judith C. Russell Jul 2019

Improving The Enhanced Journal Access Through An Academic Library And Publisher Collaboration, Laura I. Spears, Robert V. Phillips, Letitia Mukherjee, Judith C. Russell

Collaborative Librarianship

In May 2017, the George A. Smathers Libraries (Libraries) at the University of Florida (UF) andElsevier delivered the Phase I findings of a pilot project that aimed to maximize visibility, impact and dissemination of articles by UF researchers who have published in Elsevier journals. Beginning April 2016, the collaboration provided metadata with article links automatically delivered toUF’s Institutional Repository, the IR@UF, in theIR@UF-Elsevier Collection. As of December 31, 2018, links to over 42,000 articles by UF authors published between 1949 and 2018 are available through integration of the IR@UF with theScienceDirect ...


Technology, Innovation And Transforming Healthcare Faster, Smarter And Together: A Conversation With Dr. Rasu Shrestha, Jason A. Wolf Phd, Cpxp Jul 2019

Technology, Innovation And Transforming Healthcare Faster, Smarter And Together: A Conversation With Dr. Rasu Shrestha, Jason A. Wolf Phd, Cpxp

Patient Experience Journal

As part of our special issue on Innovation and Technology we had the pleasure of speaking with a visionary leader, Physician and healthcare executive, Dr. Rasu Shrestha, executive vice president and chief strategy officer at Atrium Health. In the conversation with Dr. Shrestha we were able to cover the foundational ideas of innovation and technology. We also explored its opportunities and potential pitfalls. Ultimately, we looked at the topic through the lenses of the human experience we provide in healthcare and how through a clear focus on experience and the effective integration of innovation and technology in those efforts, we ...