Drnovsek


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Drnovsek

(dɜːˈnɒvʃɛk)
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(Biography) Janez . 1950–2008, Slovenian politician, president of Slovenia from 2002
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Actually, the man he had met and spoken with in Texas was Janez Drnovsek, the then PM of the Slovene government.
Further, Cardon, Wincent, Singh, and Drnovsek (2009) stated that passion and cognition work together during goal pursuit and that passion influences the level of challenge inherent in the goal, which, in turn, can enhance creative problem solving and persistence.
The Prime Minister of the Republic of Slovenia, Dr Janez Drnovsek, visited the Ministry of Culture in the exhibition room of MAFF.
Lehofer M, Moser M, Hoehn-Saric R, McLeod D, Liebmann P, Drnovsek B, et al.
In particular, Cardon, Wincent, Singh, and Drnovsek (2009) define entrepreneurial passion as "consciously accessible, intensely positive feelings experienced by engagement in entrepreneurial activities associated with roles that are meaningful and salient to the self-identity of the entrepreneur" (p.
Las cuatro primeras fases estuvieron dirigidas al desarrollo de los instrumentos de medicion requeridos, siguiendo las pautas sugeridas por Slavec & Drnovsek (2012).
Ercolano MA, Drnovsek ML, Silva Croome MC, Moos M, Fuentes AM, Viale F, Feldt-Rasmussen U, Gauna AT.
As the third from the post-communist countries, we can mention Slovenia where using the procedure of a constructive vote of no confidence, the Prime Ministers Alojz Peterle (1992) and Janez Drnovsek (2000) were removed from their office.
Sweis Drnovsek, an associate attorney at Levin & Perconti, has been named as one of the Law Bulletin Publishing Company's "40 Illinois attorneys under 40 to watch.
Although Chen and colleagues developed subscales of self-efficacy toward marketing, innovation, management, risk-taking, and financial control, they also advocate for an overall entrepreneurial self-efficacy scale, which has been used by Forbes, Baum and Bird (2010), Drnovsek and Glas (2002), and Urban (2006), and which was adopted in this study.
As described by several researchers (Cooper & Artz, 1995; Cardon, Vincent, Singh & Drnovsek, 2009; Fauchert & Gruber, 2011), entrepreneurs are unique in that they are not motivated in the same manner as hired employees, and are not simply involved, but rather are committed to their organization.
Effectual enterprise growth might be perceived as a originator of both service and economic wealth (Hisrich and Drnovsek 2002).