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    The Sakai Project

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    During the fall semester of 2009, I set out to understand the managerial process of the open-source software collaboration project Sakai1. This effort became my final project for the course Managing In Information-Intensive Companies, taught by Morten Hansen. Using the framework for understanding the innovation, collaboration, and decision making processes in organizations, I researched the inception of Sakai, it’s early development, and it’s current status. I found that the success of their product

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    Black Men and Public Space in America

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    equal human being… cognitive, emotional, and volitional” (Ambrus, 33 -34) Jennifer Ritterhouse, author of Growing Up Jim Crow: How Black and White Southern Children Learned Race, explains that childrearing practices by caregivers resulted in the facilitation of race discrimination and it included “[r]acial self-consciousness and the ‘etiquette’ of racial interactions.” These two facets, Ritterhouse says, gave “[u]nderstand[ing to] their own position and identity within a white supremacist society”;

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    fighting over their concerns, each party tries to understand each other and puts effort to come to a mutual solution. • Facilitation: Most of the negotiation processes involve command or coercion. But in case of mediation, it's not so. Mediator doesn't command or direct the parties to a solution u rather facilitates the process. It's much smarter as due to facilitation the parties can understand each other well, comes together and instead of fighting against each other, they work together to

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    In mentoring, listening is considered a key skill in the development of the mentee as they explore their on the job issues, the mentor does not solve these issues but instead acts as a sounding board and guide for the mentee (Jones 2013). In facilitation and mentorship then, listening is a key component to the growth of the employee/student. Leadership roles in general are often about listening and making decisions based on what is said. Bechler and Johnson (1995) research on leadership effectiveness

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    Social Context

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    number of factors including the physical location and presentation of the meal (Stroebele & De Castro, 2004) and the perceived intake norm of the group . Amongst the most significant influences on her consumption levels are the impact of social facilitation in increasing food intake and the desire for “social ingratiation” (Robinson, Tobias, Shaw, Freeman, & Higgs, 2011). In light of these factors this essay will highlight the influence of a high intake norm and the effect of modelling for social

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    Phhonology Case Study

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    1. Write a summary about the child’s language knowledge in regards to phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, and pragmatics. Phonology: According to Pence Turnbull and Justice (2016), phonology “are the rules of language governing sounds that make syllables and words” (p. 17). Children should be able to identify the letters in their name by the time they reach 58 months. Vivienne was able to write each letter of her name with a Magna Doodle and tell me the name of each letter. Doris Hansen, Vivienne’s

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    Maslahah Case Study

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    According to the legal theorist (Usulis), maslahah is the end result of the ruling. As the process of the derivation of the ruling is the process of Qiyas, the accepted attribute (wasf) will result to an accepted maslahah. Therefore, the maslahah is the result of the ruling as the ruling is the result of the ‘illah. The authority given to the mufti does not entitled them to issue a fatwa based on their personal preference and inclination. Similarly, maslahah is not based on personal preference

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    A: Endothon and Techfite are currently operating in two very different cultures. Endothon is a customer-satisfaction driven market culture, while Techfite is a family type clan culture. As they merge and Techfite’s culture is aligned with Endothon, it is important to understand how their cultures operate. Endothon’s market culture is competitive and customer focused. Two examples of this are, Endothon achieving profitability with an external focus, and valuing its primary goals of safety and

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    Critical Analysis of Group Work

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    After completing the group task of preparing a presentation on, transferring individual facilitation skills into a group work setting I will critically reflect upon my own participation. I will evaluate my self-awareness while working in the group, as well as those around me. The way that I personally dealt with any issues that arose within the group and how that affected the group dynamics. I will also briefly discuss the roles in which each member of the group took and how role allocation affected

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    technology in general) advances during times of crisis. By the end of the lesson the students should be able to make connections to other periods of crisis and technological innovations. Theoretical Foundation: Knowledge facilitation/giving - . We are leveraging a knowledge facilitation stance with this as well to expose students to the nuts and bolts of aviation as this will supplement the lesson as to why aviation achieved what it did during WWI, a substantial component of the conflict as a whole.

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