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self-management

[ˌselfˈmænɪdʒmənt] Nautogestión f
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Therefore, the notion of self-managing an abortion outside a formal medical setting arouses concern for many people, especially those who learned about abortion during the pre-Roe era.
This book examines the transformation in organizations towards self-management teams, team performance, and the organizational and human resources management support they need to work successfully, illustrating that self-managing teams need a new way of organizing, structuring, and leadership in organizations.
first to feature Oracle's self-managing database, saying that "This technology
The research, conducted with pre-service teachers in an educational technology subject, utilized both qualitative and quantitative measures to investigate the efficacy of self-managing split-attention online.
In the first chapter, they summarize their work since their first book on self-managing schools was published 25 years ago, present information on meta-analyses conducted on schools around the world, and describe past and future trends in education.
With the increase in the cost of living, energy price rises and building materials, many small self-managing landlords especially will rely even more heavily upon receiving regular monthly rent payments from their tenants.
"Our focus will be on creating self-managing schools, because self-managing schools make self-managing and confident students.
"We found that self-managing teams exhibit increased performance when they are highly cohesive," said Greg Stewart, Henry B.
"Especially for lenders self-managing their appraisers and AMCs, the Connexions platform can reliably manage their compliance with state and federal appraiser credential guidelines," said Jennifer Creech, president of InHouse.
of Dresden, Germany) presents a collection of nine chapters bringing together the two research issues of context-aware computing and the self-managing aspect of autonomous computing.
The solution's self-managing capabilities require little in-house expertise and its unique virtual-role-swap capability (without downtime) allows customers to test and validate their role-swap readiness easily.