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Effective communication in HR – management
Delia, Oksana
Socìal?no-ekonomì?nì Problemì ì Der?ava , 2012,
Abstract: The article highlights some aspects of vertical and horizontal intra-organizational communication in personnel management system, the basic problems and ways of forming a communication strategy within the organization, analyzed the most prevalent forms of communication interaction.
Effective Communication and Neurolinguistic Programming
Ahsan Bashir (Corresponding Author),Mamuna Ghani
Pakistan Journal of Commerce and Social Sciences , 2012,
Abstract: Importance of effective communication can hardly be ignored in any sphere of life. This is achieved through various means. One such instrument is Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP) which has now taken roots in various aspects of learning and education. Its potential spans education and learning, language teaching, business management and marketing, psychology, law, and several other fields. In our work, we will briefly explore various facets of NLP with special reference to effective communication.
Effective communication with the patient
R. Booker
European Respiratory Review , 2005,
Abstract: The chronic and slowly progressive nature of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) can create difficulties in effective communication between healthcare provider and patient. Such barriers, which include the personal beliefs of both caregiver and patient, need to be understood and addressed if the aims of the consultation are to be met. Patients with COPD may feel guilty, depressed and angry about their condition. Many patients with COPD are elderly and/or from lower socio-economic groups, both of which pose challenges to the caregiver, as does the stigma the disease carries, which stems from its strong link with smoking. Humanity, respect and people orientation are vital to good communication with COPD patients. Physicians and nurses should try to avoid patient misunderstanding and uncertainty, involve the patient in decision-making and achieve a shared understanding (concordance), as well as encourage the patient to accept responsibility for the actions agreed. This should improve management decisions made by healthcare professionals and ensure a more satisfied patient. Greater patient satisfaction may improve concordance and so bring about better patient outcomes.
A Study on the Reform of China’s General Aviation  [PDF]
Jin Shi, Wenlei Han
Journal of Transportation Technologies (JTTs) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/jtts.2012.22020
Abstract: With the rapid development of China’s general aviation in recent years, the demand for general aviation aircraft is increasing, therefore, the standard for the security management of general aviation, technical standards and market access for general aviation companies, and flight crew is much higher than that of before. However, the current law and regulations of general aviation are based on the standard of public transport, taking the fact into account that the general aviation and public transport aviation are very different; the Chinese government has proposed a reform of general aviation management principles, contents and objectives, and aims to formulate legal system of general aviation by 2020.
Effective scientific communication in biomedicine  [PDF]
Savi? Jovan D.
Archive of Oncology , 2003, DOI: 10.2298/aoo0303201s
Abstract: Effective scientific communication in biomedicine is the basic mechanism of existence and progress of science. For effective written scientific communication it is not enough only to publish report of obtained scientific results. Scientific article must be written in a way to be easily noticed and understand by the reader. Moreover, effective scientific communication includes the response of readers (feedback) to published information. In this article several facts, important for effective scientific communication, are emphasized: Publication is an integral part of scientific meted of knowledge, the reasons why the results of scientific research must be published and the way to write and publish to be included in effective scientific communication.
Quantum vs. Classical Communication and Computation  [PDF]
Harry Buhrman,Richard Cleve,Avi Wigderson
Physics , 1998,
Abstract: We present a simple and general simulation technique that transforms any black-box quantum algorithm (a la Grover's database search algorithm) to a quantum communication protocol for a related problem, in a way that fully exploits the quantum parallelism. This allows us to obtain new positive and negative results. The positive results are novel quantum communication protocols that are built from nontrivial quantum algorithms via this simulation. These protocols, combined with (old and new) classical lower bounds, are shown to provide the first asymptotic separation results between the quantum and classical (probabilistic) two-party communication complexity models. In particular, we obtain a quadratic separation for the bounded-error model, and an exponential separation for the zero-error model. The negative results transform known quantum communication lower bounds to computational lower bounds in the black-box model. In particular, we show that the quadratic speed-up achieved by Grover for the OR function is impossible for the PARITY function or the MAJORITY function in the bounded-error model, nor is it possible for the OR function itself in the exact case. This dichotomy naturally suggests a study of bounded-depth predicates (i.e. those in the polynomial hierarchy) between OR and MAJORITY. We present black-box algorithms that achieve near quadratic speed up for all such predicates.
НОВ П ДХОДИ ДО КЛАСИФ КАЦ ПРИЧИН АВ АЦ ЙНИХ ПОД Й ТА НЦИДЕНТ В ЯК ЕФЕКТИВНИЙ ЗАС Б П ДВИЩЕННЯ БЕЗПЕКИ ПОЛЬОТ В New approaches to the classification of causes of aviation accidents and incidents as an effective means of improving safety Новые подходы к классификации причин авиационных происшестви  [cached]
O.?. Луппо,О.М. Ал?кс??в
Proceedings of National Aviation University , 2007,
Abstract: Розглянуто класиф кац ю ав ац йних под й та нцидент в, що да змогу оц нити питому частку кожно структури в зниженн безпеки польот . Виявлено головн причини та частоту повторюваност ав ац йних под й та нцидент в. Оц нено ефективн сть ран ше розроблених проф лактичних заход в щодо попередження однотипних ав ац йних под й та нцидент в у майбутньому. Classification of accidents and incidents makes principle of hieratic collateral subordination, which determines separate classification of direct and main reasons that enables to estimate weight destiny of every structure in the decline of safety flight and expose most bottleneck in the aviation system. Exposure of main reasons and frequency of their repetition, for a concrete period, allows to define the role of each components in the decline of safety of flights and estimate efficiency of the before developed prophylactic measures from warning of the same type aviation events and incidents in a future. Рассмотрены классификация авиационных происшествий и инцидентов, что позволяет оценить удельную долю каждой структуры в снижении безопасности полете. Выявлены основные причины и частоту повторяемости авиационных происшествий и инцидентов. Оценена эффективность ранее разработанных профилактических мероприятий по предупреждению однотипных авиационных происшествий и инцидентов в будущем.
Spiritual Intelligence For Effective Communication At Workplace
Swayamprabha Satpathy,Malavika Mohapatra
Indian Streams Research Journal , 2012,
Abstract: In this paper, the authors have probed into the spiritual perspectives of effective human communications at workplace by integrating various dimensions that are relevant to communication today.Effective workplace communication is essential to the organizations' success. Our communication skills help us to understand not just words; we share meaning, emotion, feelings and attitude, in a fundamental drive to communicate. This emphasizes the process of coming to understand and share each other's point of view effectively; however there is also an intrinsic ability to misunderstand
Strategic Research on Effective English Communication  [cached]
Guoqiang Liao
Journal of Language Teaching and Research , 2010, DOI: 10.4304/jltr.1.4.426-429
Abstract: As the most popular language in the world, English has become a very important tool in communication among persons from different countries .So, communicative competence is very important and necessary for university students. However, the teaching and learning of oral English is not optimistic in our country. This article focuses on the strategies of improving students' ability in English communication.
Managing Organizational Culture for Effective Communication
Solomon George Anaeto
The Social Sciences , 2013, DOI: 10.3923/sscience.2010.70.75
Abstract: When the organizational culture is well managed, effective communication is enhance and when effective communication is applied, the organization s goals and objectives become achievable. On this premise, this study looks at the organizational culture (which may be internally or externally induced) which accounts for the uniqueness of each organization. The culture, in turn, defines the operations in the organization. In addition, the organizational goals and objectives act as the propeller of the culture-moving the whole organization towards a definite direction. The study also discusses the role of managers as cosmopolites in organizations who often interact with the external environment. They come in introducing new ideas to enrich the organizational culture or to prune the existing ones for better productive values and beliefs. Hence, this study is also concerned with how to manage organizational culture for effective organizational communication.
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