WHY MEN AND WOMEN ARE FUNDAMENTALLY DIFFERENT IN THEIR MANAGEMENT STYLES
- In this issue. Cowles, Carey // O&P Business News;10/1/2011, Vol. 20 Issue 12, p1
An introduction is presented in which the editor discusses various reports within the issue on topics including the management techniques for allowing the employees improve on their jobs, the Vanderbilt leg, a knee and ankle prosthesis, and the study on biomechanical poser.
- [feedback]t. // PM Network;Aug2013, Vol. 27 Issue 8, p7
The article highlights the result of a social networking site Facebook poll that asked the best word to describe one's project management style, the experience of project manager Cynthia (Cindy) Berg as a PMI member and volunteer since 1991 and blogger Kevin Korterud's article "Making Earned...
- Exploring Workplace Bullying in a Para-Military Organisation (PMO) in the UK: A Qualitative Study. Owoyemi, Oluwakemi Ayodeji // International Business Research;Apr2011, Vol. 4 Issue 2, p116
Research into workplace bullying is taking various turns with most of the studies broadening understanding of the concept. Although much progress has been reported in research on the understanding of what is workplace bullying, its effects and how to deal with it. In this paper, exploratory...
- Company performs a marriage of software. // Marketing News;8/28/1987, Vol. 21 Issue 18, p60
The article focuses on the decentralized management style used by cable television service provider American Cablesystems in order to cope with the diversity in cable programs and customer viewing habits. According to company assistant vice president of marketing information and research Patti...
- Exploration of transformational and distributed leadership. Tomlinson, Julie // Nursing Management - UK;Jul2012, Vol. 19 Issue 4, p30
Throughout government policy in Scotland, a new emphasis has been placed on clinical leaders as a way to improve quality and restore the public's confidence in health care. This article reports on a study that explored the leadership styles of senior charge nurses and the effects these may have...
- The Engaging Manager: The Joy of Management and Being Managed. Mcgough, Greta // Nursing Management - UK;May2013, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p9
The article reviews the book ``The Engaging Manager: The Joy of Management and Being Managed'' by Adrian Furnham.
- Crew Resource Management or Crisis Resource Management: Which Term is Correct? Jones, Terri S. // AANA Journal;Dec2010, Vol. 78 Issue 6, p444
A letter to the editor is presented about crisis resource management in the health care sector.
- Cleaning up sterile services. Poole, Rachel // Nursing Management - UK;Nov2007, Vol. 14 Issue 7, p24
The author describes how developing her own management style allowed her to raise standards in the sterile services department at The Whittington Hospital National Health Service (NHS) Trust in London, England.
- Finding gender advantage and disadvantage: Systematic research integration is the solution Eagly, Alice H.; Carli, Linda L. // Leadership Quarterly;Dec2003, Vol. 14 Issue 6, p851
In this article, we respond to Vecchio''s [Leadersh. Q., 14 (2003)] critique of Eagly and Carli''s [Leadersh. Q., 14 (2003)] arguments concerning female leaders'' relative advantage and disadvantage. We support Eagly, Johannesen-Schmidt, and van Engen''s [Psychol. Bull., 95 (2003) 569]...