Martinuzzi, Robert-Andre, Meyer, Wolfgang, Kopp, Ursula
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Nachhaltige Entwicklung ist zu einem Leitmotiv von Politiken, Programmen und Projekten geworden. Doch wer entscheidet, was tatsächlich nachhaltig wirkt und auf Basis welcher Daten und Fakten? Das Projekt EASY ECO trainiert dazu Nachwuchsforscher aus ganz Europa und vermittelt Einblicke in die Evaluationspraxis.
Plan de negocio para un espacio de trabajo colaborativo en San Isidro / Business plan for a collaborative workspace at San IsidroCueva Davila, Melva Edith, Del Rio Navarro, Marco Antonio, Ferrari Torres, Jose Domingo Augusto, Sedano Pinto, Carla Pamela 05 August 2019 (has links)
El crecimiento estimado para el mercado mundial de espacios de coworking será de 17% para el año 2020, respecto del año anterior (Desmag, 2018), lo cual muestra el dinamismo de esta nueva forma de trabajar a nivel mundial. En el 2013 se registró la primera empresa de coworking en el Perú denominada Comunal, luego ingresaron al mercado otras marcas internacionales y locales. El punto en común entre todas las opciones actuales es que sus modelos de negocios están enfocados en generar comodidad, modernidad y ahorro a sus arrendatarios. El presente Plan de Negocios tiene como objetivo desarrollar una nueva propuesta de espacios compartidos, denominada Prime Coworking. Este espacio generará ahorro a emprendedores, pequeñas y medianas empresas, siguiendo las tendencias locales e internacionales. Esto se logrará ofreciendo ambientes cómodos, modernos e implementados para la actividad empresarial, y sobre todo que contribuyan a incentivar la retención de sus trabajadores mediante capacitaciones en habilidades blandas. Por último, con la evaluación del proyecto se concluye que el negocio es viable, dado que para una inversión total de 1 007 160 soles se genera un valor actual neto de 338 mil soles. La inversión será financiada con un aporte de los socios de 705 010 soles que generará un valor para el accionista de 311 000 soles, para un periodo de valoración de 5 años y con un payback de 3.6 años. / Coworking spaces global market growth is estimated to be 17% YoY by 2020, (Desmag, 2018), which shows the increasing demand for this new way of working worldwide. In 2013, the first coworking company in Peru called Comunal was registered, then other international and local brands entered the local market. The common point among all market competitors is that their business models are focused on generating comfort, a trendy style and operating savings to their tenants. This Business Plan aims to develop a new proposal for shared spaces, called Prime Coworking, that follows local and international trends and generates savings to entrepreneurs, small and medium enterprises. It does this by offering comfortable, modern and fully implemented environments for doing business and especially by encouraging the engagement of their employees through training in soft skills. Lastly, after our project evaluation it is concluded that the business is profitable, given a total investment of 1 007 160 soles, and an NPV of 338 thousand soles. This investment will be financed with equity of 705 010 soles in shares that will generate a shareholder value of 311 000 soles, for a period of 5 years with a payback of 3.6 years. / Trabajo de investigación
Creating Positive Attitudes about Trauma-Informed Schools: Examining the Influence of a Professional Development Training on Teacher AttitudesJanuary 2017 (has links)
firstname.lastname@example.org / The current study examined the impact of a professional development training in trauma-informed approaches on teacher attitudes. The current study had two main purposes: first, to determine whether two components of attitudes, perception of the problem and self-efficacy, became more trauma-informed among teachers following a professional development training; and second, to investigate whether that change in attitudes was linked to initial levels of familiarity with trauma-informed approaches and/or years of experience. Teachers from 6 schools that are part of the New Orleans Trauma-Informed Schools Learning Collaborative participated in the study (N = 163; 68.7% female, 58.9% White). Teachers filled out demographic information and completed the ARTIC scale (Baker, Brown, Wilcox, Overstreet & Arora, 2015) both before and after training. A paired-samples t-test revealed that perception of a problem and self-efficacy among teachers did become significantly more aligned with trauma-informed approaches following the training. However, contrary to the hypothesis, familiarity and years of experience did not moderate perception of a problem or self-efficacy. Regardless, these results have important implications for the trauma-informed schools movement as they show that PD trainings can positively impact teacher attitudes, potentially increasing teacher motivation to carry out trauma-informed practices in the classroom. / 1 / Juliana Vanderburg
Podnikatelský plán pro využití zámečku Terezín (Albeř u Nové Bystřice) / Business Plan of Life Style Centre and Landscape ManagementBambule, Martin January 2009 (has links)
The paper focuses on the analysis and description of the options considered in the use of the castle Terezín in Albeř near Nová Bystřice. It shows also economic performance of these options, and total reconstruction of the castle. The output is an evaluation of these options, depending on financial performance and other entitlements to the options. Work is processed in order to verify whether it is economically realistic proposed solutions actually implemented.
Understanding college student leadership development : a longitudinal examination of the impact of campus-based leadership trainingsBaccei, Mark Andrew 01 May 2015 (has links)
Colleges and universities continually seek to foster the leadership development of undergraduate students through curricular and co-curricular opportunities and experiences. This study examined the effects and potential contributions of participation in campus-based leadership trainings on college students' leadership development with special consideration for gender and racial background. To better understand the relationship between campus-based trainings and leadership development, data from the Wabash National Study of Liberal Arts Education (WNS) was utilized. The WNS was a multi-institutional, longitudinal dataset made up of 47 four-year colleges and universities from 21 states throughout the United States. This study mark's one of the first multi-year, multi-institution longitudinal studies to investigate the relationship between campus-based leadership trainings and leadership development. The results of the study pointed to several over-arching themes. The first theme was that a student's background and leadership experience prior to college matter. Next, a student's curricular success matters, and influences their leadership gains throughout all aspects of the SCM. The interactions students have with peers who are different from themselves matters. Leadership development opportunities need to be intentionally designed. Finally, campus-based leadership trainings offer a potential programmatic option for institutions to help develop their students as socially responsible leaders, regardless of backgrounds and other experiences.
Olgac, Aysegül, Tuomivirta, Kirsi-mari
<p>This is a study, where we have deepened ourselves little more in the Swedish and the Turkish teacher training. We have both looked on the differences and the resemblances. We are also aware about that the essay builds on a small study and a limited material, special when it comes to the Turkish teacher training. Therefore we have drawn our conclusions with big caution. They are examined and preliminary, but we are than however convinced about that. Our essay gives an insight on how both teacher trainings are edified and what they have for aim.</p><p>We have looked on the governing documents for the teacher trainings for respective country and therefore will we not neither forget away to point out that the study's focus lies firstly and mainly on the different governing documents for both the Swedish teacher training and the Turkish teacher training. We have also carried out written interviews with teacher students both from Sweden and Turkey.</p><p>Our central aim with the study and that we found the most interesting question, how is shaped teacher students to teachers?, through the equal/the different teacher trainings, according to the politicians that constant speaks about the teacher's importance for the society and its development and that we came until through looking on the governing documents and through our questionnaire survey, was that the in both countries exists a value system that moulds the proposed teachers. Moreover, we found more resemblances than what we believed that existed. The biggest differences each depending on the both countries' historical development of the school.</p>
Olgac, Aysegül, Tuomivirta, Kirsi-mari
This is a study, where we have deepened ourselves little more in the Swedish and the Turkish teacher training. We have both looked on the differences and the resemblances. We are also aware about that the essay builds on a small study and a limited material, special when it comes to the Turkish teacher training. Therefore we have drawn our conclusions with big caution. They are examined and preliminary, but we are than however convinced about that. Our essay gives an insight on how both teacher trainings are edified and what they have for aim. We have looked on the governing documents for the teacher trainings for respective country and therefore will we not neither forget away to point out that the study's focus lies firstly and mainly on the different governing documents for both the Swedish teacher training and the Turkish teacher training. We have also carried out written interviews with teacher students both from Sweden and Turkey. Our central aim with the study and that we found the most interesting question, how is shaped teacher students to teachers?, through the equal/the different teacher trainings, according to the politicians that constant speaks about the teacher's importance for the society and its development and that we came until through looking on the governing documents and through our questionnaire survey, was that the in both countries exists a value system that moulds the proposed teachers. Moreover, we found more resemblances than what we believed that existed. The biggest differences each depending on the both countries' historical development of the school.
Exploring Male And Female Healthcare Provider Communication With Alzheimer’s Patients: A Qualitative StudyLyu, Ying 05 1900 (has links)
Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) / Today, Alzheimer’s is a devastating disease that affects more than 46.8 million people worldwide. Caring for people with AD is stressful and emotionally draining for both family members and healthcare providers and would be exacerbated by the breakdown in communication. While communication challenges can take many forms, one understudied area in AD patient-provider communication is how gender role might affect the outcomes and perceived feelings during interaction. Without knowledge and attentiveness of how gender may affect patient-provider communication, healthcare providers may become more frustrated in their attempts to apply unadjusted skills, which can cause further breakdown and stress. This study is to explore how gender might be a role affecting caregiving communication within the context of Alzheimer’s. Eleven participants were recruited to have a semi-structured interview through online flyers. The findings from this study yield broad suggestions for future work within the field of Alzheimer’s communication research and specific suggestions for designing the communication training.
Operational performance measurement model based on knowledge management to reduce orders returned for a distribution companyBurga, Mario, Jimenez, Jesus, Sotelo, Fernando, Raymundo, Carlos 01 January 2019 (has links)
Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Peru present problems such as access to the national market due to limited capital or access to technology compared to large companies. However, they also lack an adequate definition and conceptualization of their processes, as well as a low level of business information transfer, which causes an absence in the measurement, control of processes and low operational performance. Given this situation, we propose the application and implementation of knowledge management tools in a company dedicated to the marketing and distribution of school supplies, which represents an SME in Peru. The tools used as the map of processes and flowcharts of the different processes were used to make the participants of the processes known. Through the realization of training, performance evaluations and internal audit, the learning of the operator is analyzed. As a result, there was a 57.63% decrease in errors in armed orders during picking, as well as a decrease of 7.98% and 8.59% of times in the execution of the processes under study for small orders and larger orders, respectively. Similarly, 96.56% of dispatches generated correctly were obtained.
McPeek, Valerie S.
05 May 2009
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