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Many companies fail to understand how to align the Knowledge Management strategies with Knowledge Processes within an organization. An alignment between organization’s objectives and Knowledge Management should be established in order to fully utilize its knowledge resources and develop competitive strategy.
As we know, Knowledge Management is the procedure, tools and techniques to gather, integrate and distribute knowledge. It includes processes involving management of knowledge creation, acquisition, storage, organization, distribution, sharing and application. To align Knowledge Management with business
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CDM, Inc. Knowledge Management Case Study Questions:
1. What approaches does CDM employ to manage the tacit and the explicit knowledge within the organization and why does this effort require such different approaches to manage tacit versus explicit knowledge? [table]
| |Tacit Knowledge |Explicit Knowledge |Why it’s different |
|Technical disciplines |discussion forums |library of specific management, trade, and |explicit knowledge exists in formal documents and |
|( Maintains its own |meeting
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Until taking philosophy class and carefully dipping my toes into the realm of epistemology, I thought of knowledge as something pretentious. Something that studious people would keep in their arsenal, something that seldom gave teachers their undeserved arrogance. After my first philosophy class, I was not proven wrong but I was proven to be oblivious. The word "Knowledge" bared so many meanings and implications that it left me hanging clueless. The best I could do was simply read great philosopher's writings on theory of knowledge and attempt to get a grasp on the fundamentals of
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Professional Knowledge and Abilities
August 30, 2010
Professional Knowledge and Abilities
Professional knowledge and abilities often determines a person’s career success. Many jobs today are requiring college degrees, even for positions that did not require it in the past. People must continue to achieve higher levels of education and skills to be competitive in the workforce. By developing personal skills and increasing professional knowledge, people are more likely to reach their professional goals. The skill and knowledge that one develops are an essential for career success.
“The Information Systems Security Association (ISSA) is a
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CHAPTER 1 – POLITICS AND KNOWLEDGE
INTRODUCTION TO POLITICAL SCIENCE
Sekar Rizki Wibowo – KKI_B
What is politics? Politics is a process by which a group of people, whose opinions or interests might be different from each other, reach collective decisions that are generally regarded as binding on the group and enforced as a common policy.
The basis of political knowledge always came from three important sources, which are:
1. Authority : Involves the appeal of any documents, tradition, or person that is believed to be an important source of politics or some explanation regarding a particular issue.
2. Personal thought : Relies on assumption of human brains that may
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Professional Knowledge and Abilities Paper
Professional Knowledge and Abilities Paper
The professional organization I have selected is the National Board for Certification in Dental Laboratory Technology. This organization manages the standards for the qualifications that all dental lab techs have to reach to receive and maintain their individual and laboratory national certification. They also are the certification issuing body for the national Certification Dental Technician (CDT) which is the only one of its kind in the United States. The board also promotes new and more advanced dental lab technics. The board is also trying to raise the national
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Professional Knowledge and Abilities
April 11, 2010
The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association or ASHA is the professional, scientific and credentialing association for speech and language pathologists, audiologists, and speech, language, and hearing scientists in the United States and internationally. ASHA’s vision is to make effective communication, a human right, assessable, achievable for all. ASHA’s mission is to empower and support speech- language pathologist’s audiologists, and speech, language, hearing scientists by: Advocating on behalf of persons with communication and related disorders. Advancing communication science and promoting
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My Journey to Knowledge
After eight years of living with my client as his home health care provider and i thought we were good friends, he descides to let his daughter (who he has just met on the internet and never seen before, be cause he left her mom while she was pregnant, to become a junkie) take care of him. Well he tells me this and I say well can I have like a month to get two more checks so I have money to move because I have nothing in the bank. I have payed all the bills and I need some travel money and a little bit of cash the bank in case emergency. I don't want go whereever I'm going to go without some back up funds
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Theory of Knowledge
Q - to what extent do these companies manipulate the consumers to thinking that sports drinks are a better alternative than water?
Over the past couple of years all people who exercise have been using water as a source of replenishment for hydration, but not long ago sports drinks where invented and rapidly became popular around the world, and their companies where able to make the consumers believe that “water is not enough”.
In 1985 Gatorade Sports Science Institute were able to convince the public that thirst is an unreliable indicator of dehydration to help and try to promote their products. And the experts who made this information were most likely supported
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Week 2 Knowledge CheckResults
Concepts Strategies for SWOT Analyses Mastery 100% Questions
Strategic and Operational Plans Differentiate Between Goals and Plans Examples of Contingency Factors in Planning
Concept: Strategies for SWOT Analyses
Concepts Strategies for SWOT Analyses Mastery 100% Questions
1.As a process of self-examination during her senior year of college, Casey decides to develop a SWOT analysis of her prospects relative to getting a job. Casey realizes that she has a personal characteristic that suggests she is not comfortable interacting with strangers. She
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Knowledge vs. Ignorance
In fahrenheit 451 struggle revolves around the tension between knowledge and ignorance. Firemen destroy knowledge of all forms, books in perticlar. This doesn’t stop Montag though. He is given many struggles because he wants to learn. I feel like this is somewhat relevant to nowadays society. We faced with those who want to be knowledged but majority has turned to substance and have become consumed in it. Society in fahrenheit 451 is very similar to today’s society. The education system is at a falling point and ignorance is growing. What though should become more important substance or knowledge and growing to a person.
Ignorance vs. knowledge is a very apparent
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Knowledge Management is a process where organization gathers shared knowledge from available resources like databases, paper and human minds and contributes it to places that help in generating large reimburses.
In this assignment, our objective is not only to understand how Knowledge Management functions in the company but also to analyze the challenges and current strategies that the company is facing. We have studied the Knowledge Management system of company named – FACTIVA, USA.
Factiva is one of the top companies in US, formed in 1999. Factiva in past was popularly known as Dow Jones Reuters Business Interactive. In late 2006 Dow Jones bought out Reuter’s stake in
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The law of Supporting Knowledge-Based firms and Commercialization
The present report tries to provide a summary of the mentioned law. The law was approved by parliament in November 2010. Important events related to knowledge-based firms law are summarized as table below:
Activity | Date |
Preparing the bill of law in vice presidency for science and technology | January, 2008 |
Approval of the law in parliament | November, 2010 |
Approval of the "Implementing Regulations" by the government | November , 2012 |
Launch of qualification system of knowledge-based firms and enrolling applicants | March, 2013 |
Announcement of tax exemption of firms located in the science and
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Ho et al researched passion at work environment; precisely they concentrated on how job passion may affect employee work performance. Job is “an activity that occupies a major part of many people’s lives”(2011:p.40), therefore this study may benefit firms, managers, employees and scholars. After reviewing previous literature, the authors have problematised the definition of job passion as “imprecise, incompatible, or completely lacking”(2011:p.26), they also identified the gap of linking job passion with employees performance. As “there is a dearth of scientific studies that link job passion to actual performance ratings”(2011:p.27), this research tried to confirm this
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Are the natural sciences more reliable sources of knowledge than social sciences?
To be able to determine the reliability of knowledge within the sciences, an understanding of what is meant when referring to knowledge is required as well as an understanding of how this knowledge is created. Knowledge has been defined in various ways, depending upon the context is to be used in. As Çakir (2012, p.665) defines it: “Knowledge is the communication between individuals who share decisions and actions”. When relating to the creation of “knowledge” within the sciences, this is the most fitting definition due to the method of study and peer review that allows information to be taken as truthful
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“Knowledge gives us a sense of who we are.” To what extent is this true in the Human Sciences and Ethics?
Socrates once said, “To know, is to know that you know nothing. That is the meaning of true knowledge” . In similar vein, Ralph Waldo Emerson once said, “Knowledge is knowing that we cannot know” . A great Indian master, Nisargadatta Maharaj once quoted, “To know what you are, you must first investigate and know what you are not” . What were Socrates, Emerson, Nisargadatta hinting at?
Is there any such thing as ‘knowledge’ and if so, can this knowledge ever give us a sense of who we are? Is there one concrete sense of ‘who we are’ that persists all throughout our
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How does knowledge of the foundations and history of nursing provide a context in which to understand current practice? Identify at least three trends in nursing practice demonstrated by the interactive timeline. How have these trends influenced your perspective of nursing practice?
To understand the current practice of nursing, one must understand its history. Nursing is an art. One must have a passion for it. To be a nurse, one has to be compassionate, patient and the wiliness to give. Since the beginning of history, nurses have been caring for the wounded, sick, desolate, abandoned, and the poor. From Shiphrah and Puah to Florence Nightingale and Mary Seacole, to the modern day
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A knowledge audit is an effort to understand where an organization stands in terms of knowledge management and its knowledge assets. In the earlier days of KM (around the millennium) where knowledge was still treated as a transferable good, the image of “stocktaking” of knowledge assets dominated the picture.
“A Knowledge audit should be the first step in any Knowledge Management initiative. Properly done, it would provide accurate identification, quantification, measurement and assessment of the sum total of tacit and explicit knowledge in the organization” (Ann Hylton, 2002).
“Knowledge audit assesses what knowledge assets are possessed by a specific organization. By knowing what
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Characteristics of a Knowledge and Value Centered Manager
August 29, 2013
Characteristics of a Knowledge and Value Centered Manager
1. Analytical Skills (knowledge)
2. Empowerment (value)
3. Commitment (value)
4. Ethical Practices (knowledge)
5. Organizational Ability (knowledge)
6. Managing Personnel (knowledge)
7. Vision (value)
8. Communication (knowledge)
9. Persistence (value)
10. Leadership (value)
Each of the characteristics adds value to the organization by level of productivity. When you are able to communicate with your employees and give them the needed empowerment to work hard for you and the
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Adam and Eve are much like the story of Anthem. Equality 7-2521 and Liberty 5-3000 are supposed to bide by the “rules” given by their superior, The Council. Such as Adam and Eve were to bide by the rules God had set out for them. The short novel had many sins.
Thriving for more knowledge was one of the sins Equality had. Such as Adam’s sin of thriving for more knowledge. Genesis 2:16-17 states, “And the Lord God commanded the man, saying … But of the TREE OF THE KNOWLEDGE OF GOOD AND EVIL, THOU SHALT NOT eat of it: for in the day that thou eatest thereof thou shalt surely DIE” (Genesis 2:16-17). Also, “And the Lord God planted a garden eastward in Eden; and there he put the man whom he
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PROBLEM STATEMENT: A study to assess the effectiveness of self instructional module on knowledge & attitude regarding lifestyle modification in premenstrual syndrome among students in selected college of urban area.
OBJECTIVES: 1. To describe the basic characteristics of the samples. 2. To assess the existing knowledge & attitude regarding lifestyle modification in premenstrual syndrome in experimental & control group. 3. To develop & evaluate the effectiveness of self instructional module on knowledge & attitude regarding lifestyle modification in premenstrual syndrome. 4. To compare the knowledge & attitude regarding premenstrual syndrome in experimental group & control
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There seems to be an underlying meaning in what modern knowledge entails. Behind a single word, there is an infinite amount of links which represent what knowledge means to each and every one of us; at least according to Brain Martin of 1998’s Freedom Press. Despite Martin’s constant emphasis on the same few factors [money, power] which bring knowledge and people together, he also suggests alternative ways in which people can turn the tides on making knowledge more accessible to the general public.
For the most part of Martin’s piece entitled “The Politics of Research”, he elaborates on elements that influence modern knowledge. It turns out
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1. Briefly explain the significance of having finance knowledge in your everyday life.
Having finance knowledge is significance because it helps us to better understanding the event that happened in our everyday life. The possessed of financial knowledge enables us to apply it through our daily life.
Finance knowledge can assist us managed our money in a proper manners and thus use our money efficiently. For example, we can use our money efficiently by fully utilized surplus cash through making investment or saving in the bank. Besides, we can have better knowledge of what types of borrowing that we can take if we suffered from cash deficit. Through the understanding on the loan
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1. The 10-step process for developing training courses
The process for developing performance-based training includes the following 10 steps. The
first four steps constitute the task analysis that is necessary to design and develop relevant,
useful training materials. Steps 5–10 constitute the design and development process.
1. Define the target population for training.
2. List the tasks to be performed by the target population on the job.
3. List the skills and knowledge needed to do the tasks.
4. Select the skills and knowledge to be taught. (These make up the
5. Organize the selected skills and knowledge into suitable teaching units
(modules) and develop
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In An Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding, Hume begins by distinguishing first between impressions and ideas. Impressions come through our senses, emotions, and other mental phenomena. They are vivid and clearly defined. Ideas are thoughts, beliefs, or memories that we connect to our impressions. We construct ideas from simple impressions in 3 ways: resemblance, continuity, and cause and effect.
Knowledge concerning the relations among ideas are usually mathematical truths so we can’t negate them without creating a contradiction. They are learned a priori and are indestructible bonds created between ideas. All logically true statements are relations among ideas.
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According to Black (2014, p.54) "professions usually evolved from occupations that originally consisted of tasks but developed more specialized educational pathways and publicly legitimized status”.
I think that profession and occupation have similar meanings but they also differ slightly. A profession is a job that a person has they specifically studied for or went to college to study. A profession requires extensive training and specialized knowledge. An occupation however is a current job that is obtained that is not related to career goals. People that have an occupation are not paid for their knowledge but the work they produce. An occupation is what people work in order to
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Philosophy 1100 Net03
November 5, 2011
Being most impressed with his ability to arduously deduce complex theories of ethical behaviors into what I consider to be the most rationally plausible conceptions on the issues morality to date, I confidently agree with most of Kant’s views on such issues as morality, goodwill, and duty, while especially agreeing with his philosophical thoughts regarding utilitarianism. But there is one major opinion for which he believes that I strongly disagree with… and this would be his theory which suggests that all human beings are limited in their perceptive scope of knowledge by the empirical realm of
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Philosophy Essay (Descartes vs. Locke)
Socrates once said, “As for me, all I know is that I know nothing.” Several philosophers contradicted Socrates’ outlook and believed that true knowledge was in fact attainable. This epistemological view however had several stances to it, as philosophers held different beliefs in regards to the derivation of true knowledge. Rationalists believed that the mind was the source of true knowledge, while in Empiricism, true knowledge derived from the senses. Rene Descartes, a rationalist, and John Locke, an empiricist, were prime examples of epistemologists who were seen to differentiate greatly within each of their philosophies. However, although
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deals with how organizational learning process can be used to develop knowledge resources and capabilities that lead to sustainable competitive advantage. The main method used is analysis and integration of theories to develop a conceptual model. This paper proposes that, through organizational learning a firm can develop hard to imitate knowledge resources and capabilities (human capital as well as organizational capital) that create value which in turn lead to superior performance.
INTRODUCTION In the 21 century business landscape, firms must compete in a complex and challenging context that is being transformed by many factors from globalization, frequent and uncertain changes to the
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Constructivism: A Holistic Approach
to Teaching and Learning
Faculty Development and
Instructional Design Center
Northern Illinois University
• Your name
• Your department or unit
• Your experiences or knowledge of
• Why have you joined us today?
• Learning cycle
– Learning theory
– Instructional strategy
• Classroom applications
• Instructor and student roles
Learning Cycle or “5 E’s”
How would you define constructivism?
A definition of constructivism
Fundamentally, constructivism says that
people construct their own understanding and
knowledge of the
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(i) Education is a must in the development of the country. We all know by that human capital and knowledge is valuable in bringing new ideas to an economy and retaining that knowledge to further increase economic development. I believe a parent’s greatest investment is the education they give their kids. If the kids get properly raised and educated, they not only help themselves, but also lift their parents out of poverty and help the wider society. For example, a family that migrates to a city from a rural village will most likely push their kids to get a good education. The mother and father will be most likely working in a factory or doing some other miniscule job that requires little
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what life is about. When Socrates says the unexamined life is not worth living, he is saying that we are not living the life we were created to live. To live a less than fulfilled life.
• Know the etymology of the word “philosophy.”
o Philosophy is a combination of two terms in greek: phileo and sopho. Phileo is a term for “love” Sophos is the word for wisdom.
• Know the working definition of “philosophy” and explain each of its elements.
o Philosophy is the critical examination of our foundational beliefs concerning the nature of reality, knowledge, and truth, and our moral and social values.
• List and explain each of the 6 characteristics under the
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fund the training would not be an issue. Since they want to ensure every employees knew the policy and procedures and were 100% confident in their ability to perform. Management and peers would support the training programs to gain a clear working knowledge of the program.
III. Person Analysis
Since this is a new program, all employees must participated in training, to ensure all knowledge in disseminate up and down the different levels of management and staff. I sent out questionnaire for the different employees to include age, gender, job specialty, so I could capture different opinions about how we could conduct this training to ensure we mention every possible aspect or problem
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Can too Much Knowledge be a Bad Thing?
There is a saying that states that knowledge is power. Knowledge is one of the greatest things a person can have when critically thinking. There are many aspects of knowing something. In this case, having the correct answer is only part of this delicate process. Also involved in this process is reaching the realization that the correct answer has been obtained. The only downside to this would be having the wrong answer and believing it to be true. When someone has been taught a certain method or idea their entire life, it is nearly impossible to abandon those beliefs. But to a critical thinker who can view other opinions with an open mindset, this
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Public libraries are an essential part of the modern public culture. In an increasingly individualistic and technologically isolated environment, the library has becomes a chapter of the past. But as a chapter of the past, it has become mythologized to a certain extent. Its past function is different from its contemporary role. This is especially true for the people who may be characterized as uneducated and living on the fringes of society: the homeless. What position and what role does this place of public knowledge have for these people? Is it merely a stable place of meeting? Or – is a place for learning to occur? Do the homeless visit the library in order to further their knowledge
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2n (Level 0)
n2 (Level 1)
n (Level 2)
log(n) (Level 3)
Doesn’t know the difference between Array and LinkedList
Able to explain and use Arrays, LinkedLists, Dictionaries etc in practical
Knows space and time tradeoffs of the basic data structures, Arrays vs LinkedLists, Able to explain how hashtables can be
implemented and can handle collisions, Priority queues and ways to implement them etc.
Knowledge of advanced data structures like B-trees, binomial and fibonacci
heaps, AVL/Red Black trees, Splay Trees, Skip Lists, tries etc.
Unable to find the average of numbers in an array (It’s hard to
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summary of the allegory of the sun in mind, it is easy to suggest that this allegory makes perfect sense, and that in fact the sun/the good is being personified as Helios, giving the interpretation that the sun is God. While the sun represents the good, the good is seen as a source for light and visibility, more so a source for intellect. Furthermore, Socrates holds the sun responsible for giving us sight, and with the good enabling us to see, it enables us to have a capacity for knowledge. Lastly, as mentioned near the end of his argument, the sun is the cause for which things come to be nourished and therefore grown. The good is responsible for the existence of all objects, the existence of
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Nursing is often incorrectly regarded as a subset of the medical profession; in reality, the profession of Nursing is a unique, distinct science with its own knowledge base and skillset. In accordance with the requirements of a scientific profession, there is a need for scholarly inquiry and nursing research in order to maintain autonomy and distinction of the Nursing perspective separate from other disciplines. An editorial published in the Journal of Nursing Scholarship noted that “the distinguishing feature of a profession is how its practitioners use knowledge to make a difference” (Hegyvary, 2007). The evidence generated by Nursing scholars influences global
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Is Science in the Bible? The need to answer this very question has come about all too often throughout time. It has at times driven a wedge between men because in order to gain knowledge and understanding of the truths of the world, Science deems it necessary to prove the truths by presenting the facts through a systematic process. The Bible on the other hand is presented to man by God and offers knowledge of the truths of the world through having faith and building a relationship with Him, which brings forth the knowledge needed to understand the world. In fact many times being a Christian can mean it must be impossible to be a scientist at the same time. But what many people do not
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degree completion. College Algebra is one of the required courses for many majors such as accounting, business, engineering….. The basic idea of general education requirement is to give student a basic knowledge of many fields such as science, humanity, communication…which are really helpful for their real life but their major requirement. Moreover, for real life experiences, most of those skills will not be used. Since this student is attending to get into a law field with American Indian study, this major do not required any higher algebra education. This student is eligible to waive this math requirement for general education since he already has basic math knowledge in his preceding education
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August 25, 2012
Multicultural education is viewed by some teacher’s as irrelevant. On page 31, is states “Content integration deals with the extent to which teachers use examples, data, and information from a variety of cultures and groups to illustrate the key concepts, principles, generalizations, and theories in their subject area or discipline.” I feel that the knowledge Construction Process is an important concept. This is a good way for students to understand how knowledge is and how it’s created.
Prejudice Reduction is another key concept that sticks in my mind. It goes to show us how teachers can teach their students to develop a
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Job analysis involves studying a specific job to identify the measurable work activities, tasks, and responsibilities associated with that job. An effective job analysis requires the systematic gathering of information and focus on the work behaviors and tasks that are necessary to achieve a satisfactory outcome and identifies the employee knowledge, skills, and abilities (KSAs) that are necessary to perform the job. Job analysis involves reporting the job as it currently exists in the specific organization for which the analysis is applicable. Job analysis does not report on the job as it existed in the past or as another organization performs it (University of Minnesota, 2008).
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For the job role you have been given, describe the necessary skills required to fulfil the role.
Employability Skills Merit Activity [pic]
|Skills required |What is the skill? And why do they require it? (P2) |Analyse the importance of this skill to the business i.e. why is it key to the|
| | |operation of the business? (M2) |
|Example: have knowledge of retail systems |Knowledge of retail systems
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Globalization has its virtues and challenges. Communication is always a big challenge, but people on both sides need to be very patient. Managers can use process orientation and survey feedbacks to make improvements. Cultural differences factor into this significantly. For example, most people in India have a frame of reference for health and life insurance products, but knowledge of pension plans doesn’t come naturally in a country where pension plans are rare and there is no social security. To enable business to succeed and for people to gain more knowledge and build relationships companies must promote travel, and when possible, have conference calls, meetings, joint projects, and more
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In the business world, accounting education is one discipline of study that all people, regardless of job position, should have some knowledge of. Its concepts can be applied to all job specialties, its importance has been promoted in recent years, and it is useful in people's everyday lives Barber, (2000).
First, accounting education is important because it can be applied in all job specialties. Secretaries must use accounting skills to manage the company cheque book and orders, auditors have to study financial statements to evaluate the accuracy and integrity of the business, and executives need to judge the success of their business using accounting statements
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Unit 2: Research
Ethnogoraphy: practice going into former culture, trying to make sense of it
“Body Ritual of the Nacirema”
Research: careful study to define & report new knowledge about something
Knowledge: information, understanding of a subject or field, how to, etc.
-academic documentation: knowledge made of documented claims by individual members of an academic community
-documented according to conventions
Ethos & Pathos & Logos: Rhetorical Strategies
-ethos: author’s credibility > citations
-pathos: emotion; invoke an emotion from a reader;
-logos: logic; based on reason, logic, facts
Logos relied heavily on for academic writing
Audience & Purpose
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Knowledge and Individual Power
When someone hears the words “Knowledge and Individual Power” what might come to mind is the well-said and overused quote “ Knowledge is Power”. With these different poems is it is important to notice that although they might share a common theme of knowledge gaining and personal and individual empowerment within ones self, they are just that, representations of individuals own power. The three poems I am choosing to make examples of because after reading them they have stood out to me in concern with the topic of Knowledge and Individual Power, are “Theme for English B” by Langston Hughes, “Much Madness is Divine Sense” by Emily Dickinson and “Crazy Courage
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the central intellectual adversary for the global justice movements, the leftist states in Latin America and other critics of corporate capitalism.
Hayek won the Nobel Prize for Economics in 1974. The argument that he had propounded since the 1930s was that civilization was built on the liberty of individual members of society to pursue their own ends in the context of a free market and private property rights. Hayek's argument for the market as the central economic mechanism rested on his epistemological belief, interestingly analogous to Michel Foucault's views from the left, that the scientific pursuit of knowledge was inherently incapable of understanding the particular. For Hayek, the
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Any situation needs someone that can look at it from all sides to find the best solution for all involved. Becoming a critical thinker is a learned trait, knowledge-centered.
A well-organized manager can get more work done and in the long run that can save money for the organization. Saving money for the organization means more money that can be spent on needed items, or even opening up a new department. Organization skills can come naturally, but it is not a value, so knowledge-centered.
Analyzing data will allow them to continually improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the organization. Analyzing data is a skill that needs to be learned, knowledge-centered.
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Differences in Competencies Between Associate and Baccalaureate Degree in Nursing
Grand Canyon University: NRS 430
October 7, 2012
From the beginning, nursing has been the way of caring for sick individual, who are unable to care for themselves. The concept has not changed till today, but event surrounding it has changed tremendously in regards to civilization, modernization and technological advancement. This knowledge of nursing profession evolved around education, community health nursing, and research. Today, more is required from the nurses before you can practice as a professional nurse to the benefits of the patient, family