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  • Successful Teams

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    Science, 16:581-598. Lipnack, J. Jeffrey, S. (2000) Virtual Teams: Reaching across space, time and organization with technology (2nd ed.). New York: Wiley. Mach, M., Dolan. S., & Tzafrir. S. (2010). The differential effect of team members’ trust on team performance: The mediation role of team cohesion. Journal of Organizational Psychology, 83, 771-794. O’Leary, M., Mortensen, M. Woolley, A. (2011). Multiple team membership: a Theoretical model of its effects on productivity and learning

  • Social Capital

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    educational journals. Social capital is the name given to a store of value generated when a group of individuals invests resources in fostering a body of relationships with each other (a "social network"). These relationships, it is argued, create trust by fostering shared norms, improve contract enforcement by easing information flows, and enhance sanctions against deviant behavior by facilitating collective action. Hence the real meaning of social capital is the quality of social relations.

  • Building Community on the Net

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    Building Community on the Net All sorts of reasons have been advanced in recent years to explain the decline of community in America, from the way we design our neighborhoods to the increased mobility of the average American to such demographic shifts as the movement of women into the labor force. But the onslaught of television and other electronic technologies is usually cited as the main culprit. As Harvard sociologist Robert Putnam observes, these technologies are increasingly "privatizing

  • Building and Using Good Teams in the Workplace

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    were some of the traits found. Improving the quality of organizational communication should be a priority when building a team. Providing employees with opportunities to engage one another, and the freedom to communicate frequently are a couple of ways to accomplish this. Teambuilding Activities Teambuilding activities can be defined as engagements that develop cooperation and trust within a work unit, with the ultimate goal of increased productivity in the workplace. These activities commonly

  • Critical Comparison of Theories and Approaches of Community Organizing

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    Introduction: In this essay I shall make a critical comparison of different theories and approaches of community organising. By focusing on main aspects of Paulo Freire and Saul Alinsky’s models of community organising I shall discuss how applicable these models are in the UK. By drawing examples from experiences of applying Root Solution Listening Matters (RSLM) and Participatory Action Research (PAR) frameworks in my practice. I shall demonstrate relationships and differences between the two

  • Costs and Benefits Analysis of LEED Building Projects

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    LEED Building Projects As the environmental problems become more and more serious these years, especially that intense negative impact that buildings in modern cities bring to the cities, the concept of Green Building is being more and more important considered by local and federal government. According to the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), a green building is one that utilizes design and construction practices that significantly reduce or eliminate the negative impact of buildings on the

  • Level 2 Certificate Of Leadership And Team Skills

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    individual objectives and team objectives whereas in groups, generally people are just told what they have to do without further explanations. Because in a team people get to know each other, it builds trust and enhances communication but in groups, people do not really know each other, do not trust or communicate effectively with each other. In teams it is frequent to see constructive conflict as people talk more openly and more honestly but in group it is quite rare. Eventually, people in teams

  • Achieving an Ideal School Community

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    School/Community environment. References Glickman, C. D., Gordan, S. P., & Gordan, J. M. (2001). Supervision and instructional leadership: a developmental approach (5th ed.). Boston: Allyn and Bacon. Chrzanowski, D., Rans, S., & Thompson, R. (2010). Building Mutually-Beneficial Relationships Between Schools and Comminities: The role of a connector: 1, 1- 23. Willems, P., & Gonzales-Dehass, A. (2012). School-Community Partnerships: Using Authenic Contexts to Academically Motivate Students. School Community

  • Modern Urban Planning in The Life and Death of Great American Cities by Jane Jacobs

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    Literature Review “Architecture needs to understand what people’s needs are and incorporate those needs into the home,” In a developing country like Pakistan, the growth of urban poor is increasing rapidly. Consequently, the need for shelter is increasing to accommodate the growing urban poor. The housing provided by the public sector is based on modern conventional zoning practices which do not respond to the housing needs of the lower income group in the third world countries. In the absence of

  • Building Successful Teams

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    probably the most important, is the understanding of the purpose, mission, or main objective of the team. Each team member must ensure that communication is direct, open, and straightforward. There must be a strong team leader who is responsible for building team member¡¦s understanding, and assuring commitment to their common purpose. Without effective team leadership, members often pursue independent and diverse interests (Cooke, 1999). The team should have adequate resources that are available to