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📒Managing To Learn ✍ John Shook
📝Managing to Learn Book Synopsis : Senior experts within the Toyota Production System often draw simple maps when on the shop floor. These maps show the current physical flow of a product family and the information flow for that product family as the wind through a complex facility making many products. Much more important, these simple maps - often drawn on scrap paper - show where steps can be eliminated, flows smoothed, and pull systems introduced in order to create a truly lean value stream for each product family. In 1998 John Shook and Mike Rother of the University of Michigan wrote down Toyota's mapping methodology for the first time in Learning to See. This simple tool makes it possible for you to see through the clutter of a complex plant. You'll soon be able to identify all of the processing steps along the path from raw materials to finished goods for each product and all of the information flows going back from the customer through the plant and upstream to suppliers. In plain language and with detailed drawings, this workbook explains everything you will need to create accurate current state and future state maps for each of your product families and then to turn the current state into the future state rapidly and sustainably.
📒Managing To Learn ✍ Patrick Whitaker
📝Managing to Learn Book Synopsis : The UK National Curriculum reforms build on the assumption that if the content is right, standards will rise. This book challenges this assumption and argues that the teaching and learning process itself is vital. The author discusses how we have vastly underestimated individuals' capacity to manage their own learning. He claims that experiential learning offers a vital insight into making learning a more complete process, by emphasizing the importance of reflection, analyzing and theorizing and then active experimentation.
📒Managing To Learn ✍ Ursula Hoadley
📝Managing to Learn Book Synopsis : Focusing upon the importance of curriculum and instruction in South African secondary schools, this monograph emerges from concern over the changing role of the school principal and the core functions of the school. While principals are increasingly taking on a wide range of administrative and financial responsibilities, the primary concern still lies with their leadership of teaching and learning. Both internationally and locally, there is growing emphasis on the importance of effective school management in contributing to student achievement. The first study of its kind in South Africa, this survey considers a sample of 200 schools in two provinces. Through a series of regression analyses, it presents a variety of management factors identified across a wide range of schools, identifying the most crucial elements for the improved performance of students.
📝Managing the Potential of Small and Medium Sized Enterprises in Business Practice Book Synopsis :
📒Managing The Challenges In Human Service Organizations ✍ Michael J. Austin
📝Managing the Challenges in Human Service Organizations Book Synopsis : Specializing in decisions managers need to make under trying circumstances, this casebook prepares current and aspiring managers for the kinds of experiences they are likely to encounter. The cases are inspired by real situations, and are disguised to respect the privacy of the parties involved. The cases in this book are designed to encourage the student to determine how they would act and work towards a resolution of the dilemmas presented.
📒Managing To Make A Difference ✍ Larry Sternberg
📝Managing to Make a Difference Book Synopsis : A practical, real-world training manual for mid-level management Managing to Make a Difference presents a leadership guide for those in the middle. The C-suite has a wealth of resources for leadership guidance, but middle managers face a quandary: often given little guidance on how to excel, they are also under enormous pressure to do a variety of things other than "lead." This book provides much-needed tools and techniques for building a high-performing team—without letting your other duties suffer. Organized around a coherent philosophy and based on solid research, the discussion offers a roadmap to engagement, talent development, and excellence in management. From difficult situations and organizational challenges to everyday motivation and inspiration, these techniques help middle managers achieve the goals of their organization while empowering their workers to achieve their own. Talent development is probably not your full-time job—yet it drives the engagement that results in high performance. This book shows you how to hit the "sweet spot" of middle management, with a host of tools and strategies to help you help your team shine. Motivate, inspire, and lead your team with confidence Manage through challenges and overcome obstacles Develop key talent and maintain high engagement Adopt practical management tools based on substantiated research Most organizations direct the majority of their development resources to the C-suite, but still expect their mid-level managers to attract, engage, retain, and develop talent; but successfully juggling everyday duties while maintaining team performance and leading around roadblocks leaves little room for management planning. Managing to Make a Difference offers the solution in the form of tools, techniques, and practical strategy for a high performing team.
📒Successful Online Learning Managing The Online Learning Environment Efficiently And Effectively ✍ Theresa A. Middleton Brosche
✍Author : Theresa A. Middleton Brosche
♛Publisher : Jones & Bartlett Publishers
♣Release Date : 2010-10-22
✿Pages : 210
♠ISBN : 9781449653958
♬Available Language : English, Spanish, And French
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📝Successful Online Learning Managing the Online Learning Environment Efficiently and Effectively Book Synopsis : Successful Online Learning: Managing the Online Learning Environment Efficiently and Effectively is a neccessary resource for students who are new to the online learning environment or for students who are already in the online learning environment and are seeking additional strategies or tips to help them manage the online environment more effectively. This handbook includes real-life scenarios, effective strategies, tips for success, and a checklist at the end of each chapter to assist students to function efficiently and effectively in the online learning environment.
📒Kaizen Express ✍ Toshiko Narusawa
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📒Beyond The Self Managing School ✍ Brian Caldwell
📝Beyond the Self Managing School Book Synopsis : The broad approach of local management of schools or self-managing schools is now widely accepted. In Britain, there is even consensus between the three major political parties that the approach should be continued and extended. A key issue, though, is what comes next for self- managing schools? Drawing on their work and experience in research consultancy, Caldwell and Spinks examine the way in which education is changing, and outline what is desirable and workable for schools today, with clear guidelines for policy-makers and practitioners. The focus is specifically on the school, the classroom, the student, and the future of learning in society. Practitioners will find this book immediately accessible and useful.
📒Ecosystem Management ✍ Gary Meffe
📝Ecosystem Management Book Synopsis : Today's natural resource managers must be able to navigate among the complicated interactions and conflicting interests of diverse stakeholders and decisionmakers. Technical and scientific knowledge, though necessary, are not sufficient. Science is merely one component in a multifaceted world of decision making. And while the demands of resource management have changed greatly, natural resource education and textbooks have not. Until now. Ecosystem Management represents a different kind of textbook for a different kind of course. It offers a new and exciting approach that engages students in active problem solving by using detailed landscape scenarios that reflect the complex issues and conflicting interests that face today's resource managers and scientists. Focusing on the application of the sciences of ecology and conservation biology to real-world concerns, it emphasizes the intricate ecological, socioeconomic, and institutional matrix in which natural resource management functions, and illustrates how to be more effective in that challenging arena. Each chapter is rich with exercises to help facilitate problem-based learning. The main text is supplemented by boxes and figures that provide examples, perspectives, definitions, summaries, and learning tools, along with a variety of essays written by practitioners with on-the-ground experience in applying the principles of ecosystem management. Accompanying the textbook is an instructor's manual that provides a detailed overview of the book and specific guidance on designing a course around it. Ecosystem Management grew out of a training course developed and presented by the authors for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service at its National Training Center in Shepherdstown, West Virginia. In 20 offerings to more than 600 natural resource professionals, the authors learned a great deal about what is needed to function successfully as a professional resource manager. The book offers important insights and a unique perspective dervied from that invaluable experience.