2 edition of Combating knowledge obsolescence. found in the catalog.
Combating knowledge obsolescence.
John Roger O"Meara
|Series||Studies in personnel policy (National Industrial Conference Board) -- no. 209|
|Contributions||National Industrial Conference Board.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 122 p. :|
|Number of Pages||122|
In a world of short-lived inventions, today’s gadgets and fads become tomorrow’s relics; sometimes by accident, often by design. Two hundred years of industrial society have changed the world beyond recognition. But many radical technologies of the past have been quite short-lived, reflecting. Though one might assume an ever-increasing torrent of studies promotes knowledge, it actually seems to have the opposite effect. US and Finnish researchers have found that science could be in decay, as scholars can’t keep pace with scientific literature.
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In book: Sustainable Consumption, pp Working for the longer lifespan of consumer products and combating product obsolescence contribute both to the protection of consumer economic. 10 hours ago Educating the public about the extent of the MIC has been done before – this book is the best and most up to date, a worthy addition to the anti-war library and knowledge set. – Jim Miles is a Canadian educator and a regular contributor/columnist of opinion pieces and book .
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Andrew N. Jones, Cary L. Cooper. Allan, - Business & Economics - pages. 0 Reviews. Combating Managerial 0bsolescence A N. L Cooper, Combdug. Obs l n. Philip Au.n. Oxford. rii + oa m â ¬ ~~ Dr Jones and Professor Cooper describe their book in the introduction as being written for and about managers.
There is no question that it is about managers since it â examines the phenomenon o f managerial obsolescence in the context of managers.
The obsolescence of knowledge and skills has long been recognized as a problem affecting individual careers and organizational effectiveness. While obsolescence has been discussed from a management as well as a psychological perspective at least as far back asconcern over the problem became widespread following the rapid changes that began during the post-World War II era.
Journal of Engineering and Technology Management, 8 () Elsevier Combating obsolescence: Predictors of technical updating among engineers Samuel Aryee Faculty of Business Administration, National University of Singapore, 10 Kent Ridge Crescent, Singapore Abstract A widely suggested measure to counteract obsolescence among technical professionals is technical.
IDEAtional Items from the desk of THOMAS L. JACOBS Combating managerial obsolescence 58 Mr. Jaeobs is president of lnovac, Inc., a firm engaged in business services and electronic equipment design. One of the most personally disturbing chal- lenges confronting professional managers today is variously identified as technological, theoreti- cal.
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Managerial obsolescence is in relation to the knowledge, skill and attitude and therefore we have the following two definitions: Jones & Cooper () defines obsolescence as the extent to which a manager's knowledge and skills have failed to keep pace with the current and likely future requirements of his job.
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While reading, take note of the guidance the brigade commander provides his staff. As the knowledge explosion results in information obsolescence, combat readiness, military organization, political-military relationships (civilian control of the military), the role of the armed forces,from University of Massachusetts: Books.
Zheng et al. () proposed an ontology-based part obsolescence knowledge modeling for obsolescence prediction using historical sales data and rule. Summary for Peace Workers of On Combat: The Psychology and Physiology of Deadly Conflict in War and Peace By Dave Grossman and Loren W.
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Brian Waite wrote in. obsolescence theory is heavily influenced by Kaufmans work on the obsolescence of technical professionals (engineers).
Kaufman defines obsolescence as: The degree to which organizational professionals lack the up-to-date knowledge or skills necessary to maintain effective performance in either current or future work roles (Kaufman,p.
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We can also examine different branches of knowledge — medicine, sociology, etc. — and see how long it takes for half of what we know in these fields to be overturned or rendered obsolete. With the support of the online director in the College of Science and Health, my colleague and I launched the Emerging Technology Lab series three years ago.
This is one stop on the “yellow brick road” that seems to be making a difference to combat the wicked obsolescence of human knowledge. FM First Aid "This manual meets the first aid training needs of individual service members. Because medical personnel will not always be readily available, the nonmedical service members must rely heavily on their own skills and knowledge of life-sustaining methods to survive on the integrated battlefield.
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Chapter in NBER book Education, Income, and Human Behavior (), F. Thomas Juster, editor (p. - ) Published in by NBER. Sugata Mitra, professor of educational technology at the UK’s Newcastle University, goes beyond defining the role of the teacher to examining the function of knowledge.
“Knowing something is probably an obsolete idea,” he says in the documentary. “You don’t actually need to know anything.