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Adaption Innovation

Author : M.J. Kirton
ISBN : 9781134427031
Genre : Psychology
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Adaption-Innovation is a timely and comprehensive text written for anyone who wants to know more about dealing with problem solving, thinking style, creativity and team dynamics. In an age when teams have become critical to successful problem solving, Adaption-Innovation (A-I) theory is a model in this field, which aims to increase collaboration and reduce conflict within groups. A-I Theory and associated inventory (KAI) have been extensively researched and are increasingly used to assist teambuilding and personnel management. In the context of the management of diversity and change, Dr Kirton outlines the central concepts of the theory, including the processes of problem solving, decision making and creativity as well as explanatory concepts such as the paradox of structure; coping behaviour; the distinction between how teams collaborate on the common task and how teams manage their own diversity. In addition, Dr Kirton focuses on the positive side of managing a wide diversity within teams that has the potential to lead to the highest levels of problem solving, creativity and effective management of change. The book offers practical information for those helping diverse teams succeed in today's demanding climate. In this fresh context, leadership theory is explored, suggesting a new and interesting approach in use of different styles. For those working with diverse, problem solving teams managing complex change, this is a must have book. It will appeal to a broad range of people, from practitioners such as human resource managers, psychologists, business consultants, and group trainers, to academics studying and doing research in disciplines such as psychology, business, management, sociology, education and politics and the practical use of the hard sciences. *This reprint contains some new insights by Dr. Kirton into the theory. A small number of critical key changes have been made: a new diagram showing the difference between decision making and problem solving; some tightening of some sentences to show that leadership style should be treated as roles; the addition of the Glossary of Terms.

The Entrepreneurial Paradox

Author : Lianne Taylor
ISBN : 9781137569493
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 80. 71 MB
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Exploring the interaction between entrepreneurs and managers, this book attempts to understand the psychology behind how they think, behave and interact in order to benefit organizations. The Entrepreneurial Paradox shows how to achieve sustainable success and resilience through teamwork. In examining the collective mind, the author asserts that understanding these relationships can secure the right changes within a business through the integration and transfer of entrepreneurial experience and new managerial approaches. Presenting original research, the author reveals new insights into the challenges in such interactions, addresses what causes them and provides a guide for avoiding conflict.

Performance Coaching Skills For Social Work

Author : Jane Holroyd
ISBN : 9780857259929
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 44. 51 MB
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Within health and social care settings, high levels of sustained performance from individuals, teams, organisations and multi-agency collaborations are required. In order to achieve this, both management and leadership have to take a clear and defined role. This book looks at the 'how to' of performance coaching - from establishing objectives, determining frameworks, processes and systems, to monitoring and taking corrective action as necessary. Coaching in its various forms offers a means by which those involved in public service can be supported and challenged to perform.

Transform Or Die

Author : David S. Baskin
ISBN : 9781465332929
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 43. 34 MB
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Transform or Die: Company Imperatives for Success in a Global Information Economy, is a book that addresses the essentials of a changing Flat world. Transform or Die provides methods, rationales and instructions for how to develop and implement cross-cultural communication business strategies that must be addressed to be able to compete and succeed in the 21st century. The content is based on over 30 years of experience as an organization and executive development consultant, both internal and external to corporations. The content is based on research from authors and sources within relevant fields, as well as research I have conducted.

Creativity

Author : Aryna Ryan
ISBN : 9780810892248
Genre : Psychology
File Size : 87. 47 MB
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While there are countless books focused on craft projects for young adults and teens, few describe how creativity actually relates to teens or shows them how to access their creative selves. This book is designed to help teens remove the barriers to being creative and will help young adults maximize their creative potential. Teens will get the chance to explore what creativity means to them and what they should do when they’re having trouble being creative. The author explores everyday creativity and play and even looks at creativity’s role in a teen’s happiness.

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ISBN : UCLA:L0090797606
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 57. 91 MB
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Building Conflict Competent Teams

Author : Craig E. Runde
ISBN : IND:30000122884939
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 61. 76 MB
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Understanding how to cool down, slow down, and engage the naturally occurring conflicts among team members is critical to the ultimate success of a team. With this book, your team and its members will gain a deeper understanding of how conflict emerges and how to respond in ways that will leverage conflicts to their advantage. Team members will learn the importance of establishing a safe team climate, agreeing on processes to guide interactions, and use of constructive communication skills in order to develop a conflict competent team. As the authors say, conflict is not to be avoided, but embraced and explored. This often results in new, previously unimagined opportunities, solutions and results. The authors include stories, interviews, and examples that provide entertaining and thought provoking insights. They dedicate one chapter to techniques and processes for addressing team conflict that has gone awry. Runde and Flanagan also include useful tips and tools for assessing your team?s current state of conflict competence and suggestions for addressing the challenges of today?s virtual and geographically dispersed teams.

The Art Of War In The Western World

Author : Archer Jones
ISBN : 0252069668
Genre : History
File Size : 81. 70 MB
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"The magnum opus of one of America's most respected military historians, "The Art of War in the Western World" has earned its place as the standard work on how the three major operational components of war - tactics, logistics, and strategy - have evolved and changed over time. This monumental work encompasses 2,500 years of military history, from infantry combat in ancient Greece through the dissolution of the Roman Empire to the Thirty Years' War and from the Napoleonic campaigns through World War II, which Jones sees as the culmination of modern warfare, to the Israeli-Egyptian War of 1973".

The Medieval Siege

Author : Jim Bradbury
ISBN : 0851153577
Genre : History
File Size : 88. 53 MB
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Bradbury describes the history of siege warfare throughout Europe and the Mediterranean from the late Roman Empire to the 16th century. Includes detailed study of some of the major sieges of the Middle Ages, among them Constantinople and Château-Gaillard, as well as contemporary chronicles and letters of life under siege.

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ISBN : UOM:39015066043145
Genre : American literature
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