Puducherry

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Pud·u·cher·ry

 (po͝od′ə-chĕr′ē, -shĕr′-)
A city of southeast India on the Bay of Bengal south-southwest of Chennai. Formerly called Pondicherry, it was founded as a French trading post in 1674 and was transferred to Indian sovereignty in 1954.

Puducherry

(ˌpuːduːˈtʃɛrɪ)
n
1. (Placename) a Union Territory of SE India: transferred from French to Indian administration in 1954 and made a Union Territory in 1962. Capital: Puducherry. Pop: 973 829 (2001 est). Area: 479 sq km (185 sq miles)
2. (Placename) a port in SE India, capital of the Union Territory of Puducherry (Pondicherry), on the Coromandel Coast. Pop: 220 749 (2001)
Former official name (until 2006): Pondicherry
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I used to sleep on the streets of Pondy Bazaar and walk to Kodambakkam for work on the sets.
According to Pondy (1967) conflict emerges when one party perceives that its goals, values or views are being indulged by inter-reliant counterparts (Wall & Callister, 1995; Thomas, 1992).
In contrast, Pondy (1997), in a study in the United States of the success or failure of franchisees in the period between 1983 and 1993, indicated that conflicts in this type of network increase the chance of failure of franchisees, supporting the idea that conflict impairs the articulation of networks.
Department of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Sri Venkateswara Medical College Hospital & Research Institute, Pondy Villupuram Main Road, Ariyur, Kandamangalam, Pondicherry-605102.
Por un lado, analiza asuntos como la manera de disenar un sistema de control eficiente, teniendo en cuenta los diferentes efectos y relaciones de la cultura de la organizacion y de sus miembros (Collins, 1982; Fisher, 1995; Kerr & Slocum, 1987; Ouchi, 1979), esto considerando la cultura como una variable interna de la organizacion (Flamholtz, Das, & Tsui, 1985; Flamhotz, 1983; Inzerilli & Rosen, 1983; Jaeger & Baliga, 1985; Schein, 1984; Wilkins & Ouchi, 1983; Young, 1979); por el otro, se analizan los efectos de la cultura en los sistemas de control cuando esta es considerada una metafora (Allaire & Firsirotu, 1984; Cooper, Hayes, & Wolf, 1981; Langfield Smith, 1995; Pondy & Mitroff, 1979; Schein, 1992; Smircich, 1983).
In literature, conflict is defined in different ways emphasizing its different characteristics but Razmi and Haghighi (2014) referring Pondy (1967) presented the most comprehensive definition saying that conflict is the byproduct of human interaction.
Segundo Burrell e Morgan (1979) e Morgan, Frost e Pondy (1983), os pesquisadores interpretativistas buscam entender a experiencia subjetiva da organizacao e de seus membros por meio de um estudo em que a realidade social e vista como um processo emergente, construido na experiencia social dos sujeitos dentro e fora do meio organizacional.
What many people like best about Pondy is the fact that you can choose to do nothing or little, and yet return sated.
In particular, should channel partners become displeased with outcomes associated with previous conflict resolution processes, they are more likely to be dissatisfied with the relationship and engage in conflict, often resulting in dissolution of the relationship (Koza, Dant 2007; Pondy, Huff 1985).
Pondy (1967) suggested conflict should be best considered as dynamic process, including antecedent conditions, individual awareness, affective states, overt behavior and aftermath.
Pondy and Mitroff (1979) simplified the explanation and argued that the possibilities for storage of information are similar to "brains and paper".
Following an audition at Taiwan, I joined the sets in Pondy.