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Central Florida Future, Vol. 42 No. 21, April 1, 2010, 2010 University of Central Florida

Central Florida Future, Vol. 42 No. 21, April 1, 2010

Central Florida Future

Timeline to the budget vote; Uncover Thursdays; Playing Chicken; Plus: Info leaks from Chamber of Secrets; Column: Titanic issues; to live and die at sea; Earth Hour dims lights in Orlando; Political groups host debate; SGA Training: Last in a series; Freshman-only advisory group helps exec branch.


Social And Community Media In Poor And Marginalized Urban Communities: A Study Of Collective Action In Kiber, John Perkins 2010 SIT Study Abroad

Social And Community Media In Poor And Marginalized Urban Communities: A Study Of Collective Action In Kiber, John Perkins

Independent Study Project (ISP) Collection

Traditional media is often thought of as a space for resourced storytellers to inform a passive and silent audience. In the Kibera informal settlement, this paradigm has allowed large commercial media houses to misrepresent the realities of everyday life. Community media houses have the opportunity to correct this misrepresentation and redefine who we perceive to be the storyteller. By striving to highlight news and issues affecting the community, media houses such as Pamoja FM radio station and the Kibera Journal have given a voice to Kibera. Yet with the introduction of innovative media technologies, the distinction between the storyteller and ...


A Social Network Based Study Of Software Team Dynamics, Subhajit DATTA, Vikrant S. KAULGOUD, Vibhu Saujanya SHARMA, Nishant KUMAR 2010 Singapore Management University

A Social Network Based Study Of Software Team Dynamics, Subhajit Datta, Vikrant S. Kaulgoud, Vibhu Saujanya Sharma, Nishant Kumar

Research Collection School Of Computing and Information Systems

Members of software project teams have specific roles and responsibilities which are formally defined during project inception or at the start of a life cycle activity. Often, the team structure undergoes spontaneous changes as delivery deadlines draw near and critical tasks have to be completed. Some members -- depending on their skill or seniority -- need to take on more responsibilities, while others end up being peripheral to the project's execution. We posit that this kind of ad hoc reorganization of a team's structure can be discerned from the project's bug tracker. In this paper, we extract a social ...


Central Florida Future, Vol. 42 No. 20, March 29, 2010, 2010 University of Central Florida

Central Florida Future, Vol. 42 No. 20, March 29, 2010

Central Florida Future

New SGA cabinet in works; I want my GYMTV; Veterans continue to choose black, gold; Ceremony celebrates, remembers students.


Central Florida Future, Vol. 42 No. 19, March 25, 2010, 2010 University of Central Florida

Central Florida Future, Vol. 42 No. 19, March 25, 2010

Central Florida Future

ABT arrests 23 on St. Patty's Uncover Thursdays; Last at-bats; Plus: Rhapsodic restaurant, rhapsodic food; Column: Baseball's legendary moments; Student says mold caused health issues; SGA training: First in three-part series; Justice League readies judicial potentials; Study helps families make healthy choices.


Central Florida Future, Vol. 42 No. 18, March 22, 2010, 2010 University of Central Florida

Central Florida Future, Vol. 42 No. 18, March 22, 2010

Central Florida Future

ASF votes to cut MSC board; 2010 Orlando's best of the rest; New 'Z grade' option looked at for accused; Green Waves festival rocks into the night; Park and date change planned for Universal; Universal Knights.


Nonprofit Leadership. Introduction: Miracle Workers At The Helm. New Ways Of Exercising Leadership, Kristen McCormack 2010 Boston University

Nonprofit Leadership. Introduction: Miracle Workers At The Helm. New Ways Of Exercising Leadership, Kristen Mccormack

New England Journal of Public Policy

Leading a nonprofit organization in today’s world requires nothing less than a miracle worker at the helm. That could be the conclusion one might draw from reading the literature on the traits, skills, and characteristics required to lead a nonprofit organization. Today’s leaders should be honest, competent, forward looking, and inspiring as well as intelligent, fair-minded, broad-minded, courageous, straightforward, and imaginative. Leaders should be of high integrity, dedicated, magnanimous, humble, open, and creative while energizing others. Able to cope with change, leaders must establish direction, align people, motivate, and inspire while effectively communicating their story. He or she ...


Cedars, March 2010, Cedarville University 2010 Cedarville University

Cedars, March 2010, Cedarville University

Cedars

No abstract provided.


Central Florida Future, Vol. 42 No. 17, March 18, 2010, 2010 University of Central Florida

Central Florida Future, Vol. 42 No. 17, March 18, 2010

Central Florida Future

Demand for travel funds up; Uncover Thursdays; Orlando's finest places to eat; SGA races come with big price tag; Guests gain new admission options at RWC; Campus crime statistics open for analysis.


Central Florida Future, Vol. 42 No. 16, March 15, 2010, 2010 University of Central Florida

Central Florida Future, Vol. 42 No. 16, March 15, 2010

Central Florida Future

Knights head to Tallahassee; A wave of rock, for a cause; Librarian from UCF wins award, $2,000 prize; Ride the green waves; Students forced to find solutions to parking problem.


An Analysis Of The Elements Of Collaboration Associated With Top Collaborative Tools, Kristopher C. Nagy 2010 Air Force Institute of Technology

An Analysis Of The Elements Of Collaboration Associated With Top Collaborative Tools, Kristopher C. Nagy

Theses and Dissertations

United States government agencies have historically experienced problems with inter-agency information sharing and collaboration. In fact, the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks upon the United Stated recommended that the U.S. government “increase information sharing” and “improve collaboration across government agencies.” To this day, no collaborative tools are being used to fully address that recommendation. In fact, there is little agreement as to what collaboration necessarily means and what characteristics or capabilities are best suited for the design and use of collaborative tools. Before we can improve collaboration across agencies, we need to better understand the nature of collaboration itself ...


Central Florida Future, Vol. 42 No. 15, March 4, 2010, 2010 University of Central Florida

Central Florida Future, Vol. 42 No. 15, March 4, 2010

Central Florida Future

Hickey in final three at FAU; Uncover Thursdays; Harvesting the sounds; Plus: Chilly vacation? Stick around Fla.; Column: Academy Awards predictions; NIDs could be replaced for elections; Socialist philosophy rings at UCF with YCL; Robberies near Full Sail prompt caution at UCF.


Library Education And Development Newsletter, Volume 3, Issue 4, UNO Library Science Education 2010 University of Nebraska at Omaha

Library Education And Development Newsletter, Volume 3, Issue 4, Uno Library Science Education

Library Education and Development (L.E.A.D.)

This issue of the Library Education and Development Newsletter features Advice from the Frontlines from Jo O'Garro, a Student Spotlight of Rebecca Irwin, Announcements, Conferences and Professional Development, Things to Consider: Code of Ethics of the American Library Association, and the 2010 Heartland School Library Conference registration form.


Torch, Spring/Summer 2010, Cedarville University 2010 Cedarville University

Torch, Spring/Summer 2010, Cedarville University

Torch

No abstract provided.


Patient Care News: March 2010, St. Cloud Hospital 2010 CentraCare Health

Patient Care News: March 2010, St. Cloud Hospital

Patient Care News

CentraCare Health System’s New Vision

Labeling Bedside Solutions

Easter Cut/Call

New Fall Management policy

Nursing Research Day

Research/EBP Article: Decreasing Health Disparities

Clinical Ladder


The Beat: March 2010, CentraCare Health 2010 CentraCare Health

The Beat: March 2010, Centracare Health

The Beat

  • Share your blessings to help those we serve
  • Employee campaign begins
  • Become a ‘Fan’of the Employee Campaign on facebook
  • Care packages provided for employees in the military
  • DIAMOND program expands
  • Long Prairie extends hours
  • Nursing alumni scholarship offered
  • Home, Health & Family Expo set in Melrose
  • Have you registered for MyChart?
  • Have some fun at Women’s Health 101!
  • New linear accelerator comes to radiation oncology clinic
  • Earth Day runs planned
  • Walk-in Care is going strong
  • Sister Susan Rudolph receives caregiver award
  • Hall recognized for service
  • St. Cloud Start! Heart Walk
  • Pediatric tours offered


Central Florida Future, Vol. 42 No. 14, March 1, 2010, 2010 University of Central Florida

Central Florida Future, Vol. 42 No. 14, March 1, 2010

Central Florida Future

$457k sign signals new project; Mold forces move; ASL minor and certificate suspended; Oviedo close to red-light cameras; Faculty earn higher salaries than Fla. average.


Inspire, Spring 2010: The Art Of Culture, Cedarville College 2010 Cedarville University

Inspire, Spring 2010: The Art Of Culture, Cedarville College

Inspire

No abstract provided.


Contingency Theory Of Strategic Conflict Management: Unearthing Factors That Influence Ethical Elocution In Crisis Communication, Augustine PANG, Yan JIN, Glen T. CAMERON 2010 Singapore Management University

Contingency Theory Of Strategic Conflict Management: Unearthing Factors That Influence Ethical Elocution In Crisis Communication, Augustine Pang, Yan Jin, Glen T. Cameron

Research Collection Lee Kong Chian School Of Business

Despite the advances made offering a viable perspective in strategic conflict management, the contingency theory has not addressed a prevailing question: How can the theory inform organizations to communicate ethically with its publics, especially during crisis? The only guidance the theory offers is through its proscriptive variables, which prohibit either communication or more accommodative communication. However, given the exigency and dynamism of many situations along the life cycle of an issue, non-communicating may not be an alternative offered to organizations. This study aims to unearth a new set of factors called ethical variables that influence the organization’s stance by ...


Central Florida Future, Vol. 42 No. 13, February 25, 2010, 2010 University of Central Florida

Central Florida Future, Vol. 42 No. 13, February 25, 2010

Central Florida Future

GAP approved for SGA funds; The genocide awareness project; Uncover Thursdays; Blend appeal; 2010 Orlando's Finest: Vote for Orlando's best food & entertainment; Green fee passes legislative first step; Student picked for activist conference; Conference promotes brains and beauty.


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