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  • p. 5. We all learn by imitating, as children, as students, as novices in the world of business. And then we grow up and learn to blend our innate abilities
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  • Dupuy, ‎David H. Dupuy (2004) Career preparation: a transition guide for students. p. 4 By far the most difficult skill I learned as a C.E.O. was the ability
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  • (17 December 2015) A lot of students write a paper for a class, and eventually it winds up in the dustbin. When students write an article for Wikipedia
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  • Stanford between 1970 and 2000, as faculty members, post-docs, or graduate students... Of the five most influential macro-organizational paradigms in play today
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  • schoolteachers are people who provide education for pupils (children) and students (adults). The role of teacher is often formal and ongoing, carried out
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  • today's schools; second, to train students to use the cognitive style suited to the tasks at hand; and third, to train students to be able to bring both styles
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  • warn you, Principal Victoria! Those students are not prepared to hear this stuff! Principle Victoria: Our students want to learn, Mrs. Garrison, and they're
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  • nears No. 1 ad pace in US", Christian Science Monitor (April 26, 1983), Business, p. 10. Always Coca-Cola. Coca-Cola 1993 Mark Pendergrast, For God, Country
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  • architecture Systems engineering A Student's Guide to Software Engineering Projects - a free online guide for students taking SE project courses
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  • Manuel Castells (2001) The Internet Galaxy - Reflections on the Internet, Business, and Society Opening, The Network is the Message, p. 2 The dictionary
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  • philosopher was E. A. Singer, Jr. One of Singer's students was C. West Churchman, and Churchman's first student was Russell Ackoff. p. 82: About the Systems
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  • Henry Mintzberg (category Business theorists)
    therefore happens where art, craft, and science meet. But in a classroom of students without managerial experience, these have no place to meet — there is nothing
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  • Economics (category Business)
    college student. Exposure in class after class to the capitalist self-interest model apparently kills off whatever prosocial tendencies these students have
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  • entrepreneur, best known for the businesses he helped create under the Virgin brand name. One thing is certain in business. You and everyone around you will
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  • schools - what I have called "the ordeal" - can be successfully defended. Students have a duty to learn, and can be held responsible for violating whatever
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  • known as social organizations for higher education or secondary students. College students have always shown a more or less marked tendency to form themselves
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  • Herbert A. Simon (category Business theorists)
    as it had were mainly industrial engineers, students of public administration, and specialists in business functions, none of whom especially identified
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  • Claudia Bird Schoonhoven (category Business theorists)
    Stanford between 1970 and 2000, as faculty members, post-docs, or graduate students... Of the five most influential macro-organizational paradigms in play today
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  • is in discourse; and for ability, is in the judgment and disposition of business. For expert men can execute, and perhaps judge of particulars, one by one;
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  • Expert (category Business)
    which prosaically might just as well be called “the world.” We tell our students and our general constituency that we defend the classics, the virtues of
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