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Resistência à implanta??o de sistemas de folha de pagamento na administra??o pública: um estudo multi-caso
Fernandes, Ciro Campos Christo;Jóia, Luiz Antonio;Andrade, André;
Organiza??es & Sociedade , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S1984-92302012000100009
Abstract: personal, technological, social and political issues have triggered resistance to information systems within public administration. thus, this research investigates the implementation of a payroll system in the public administration using a multiple case study. the study investigates the type of reaction the civil servants have to the system within their organizational realm, as well as whether or not the system was accepted by them. the article addresses two case studies, namely one at the executive level of a brazilian state (case a) and the other at the justice department of another brazilian state (case b). both states contracted the development of the same payroll system, whereby enabling comparison between these two endeavors. while in case a the system was about to be fully implemented after overcoming several hurdles, in case b the system implementation was halted as it was not accepted by the organization where it was to be implemented. the research uses a theoretical frame that binds resistance factors accrued from persons, the system, as well as from the socio-political interaction between the system users and the organizational environment. the article identified distinct types of resistance behaviors, the interrelationship among them and their transformation throughout the implementation of the system, which led to contrasting final outcomes for each case.
Resistência à Implanta o de Sistemas de Folha de Pagamento na Administra o Pública: um estudo multi-caso
Ciro Campos Christo Fernandes,Luiz Antonio Jóia,André Andrade
Organiza??es & Sociedade , 2012,
Abstract: Fatores individuais, técnicos, sociais e políticos têm gerado resistência à implanta o de sistemas informatizados no contexto da administra o pública. Assim, este trabalho investiga, por meio de um estudo de caso múltiplo, a implanta o de sistema de folha de pagamento de servidores públicos, a respectiva rea o dos usuários, em seu contexto organizacional, ao mesmo, e o desfecho final em termos da aceita o ou n o do citado sistema. S o analisados dois casos em administra es estaduais distintas: o poder executivo de um estado brasileiro (caso A) e o tribunal de justi a de outro estado (caso B). Um mesmo sistema foi contratado nos dois casos, propiciando a compara o entre as duas experiências. Enquanto, no caso A, o sistema estava em curso final de implanta o, superadas resistências com relativo sucesso, no caso B, a implanta o foi suspensa, permanecendo pendente a sua efetiva aceita o. A análise aplica um referencial teórico que integra fatores geradores de resistência, relacionados com as dimens es individual (pessoas) e técnica (sistema), e com a intera o social e política entre os usuários do sistema e o ambito da organiza o. Ao final, o artigo identifica diversos tipos de comportamento de resistência, sua inter-rela o e transforma o ao longo da trajetória de implementa o dos sistemas, e os desfechos contrastantes ocorridos nos dois casos. ----- RESISTANCE TO THE IMPLEMENTATION OF A PAYROLL SYSTEM IN THE PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION: A MULTI-CASE INVESTIGATION ----- ABSTRACT ----- Personal, technological, social and political issues have triggered resistance to information systems within public administration. Thus, this research investigates, via a multiple case study, the implementation of a payroll system in the public administration. The study investigates the type of reaction of the civil servants to that system within their organizational realm, as well as whether or not the system was accepted by them. The article addresses two case studies, namely one at the executive level of a Brazilian state (case A) and the other at the justice department of another Brazilian state (case B). Both states hired the development of the same payroll system, whereby enabling comparison between these two endeavors. While in case A the system was about to be fully implemented after the overcoming of several hurdles, in case B the system implementation was halted as it was not accepted by the organization where it would be implemented. The research uses a theoretical frame that binds resistance factors accrued from persons, the system, as well as from the so
Pseudo-aneurisma de artéria subclávia pós fratura de clavícula: relato de caso
ROSáRIO, Ricardo Costa Val;RIOS, Adriana Vaggiani;FIGUEIREDO JúNIOR, Fernando de Assis;CHRISTO, Sérgio Figueiredo Campos;SIM?O FILHO, Charles;CHRISTO, Marcelo Campos;
Revista Brasileira de Cirurgia Cardiovascular , 1997, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-76381997000400012
Abstract: the authors describe the left subclavian artery pseudo-aneurysm formation after blunt trauma followed by left clavicular fracture. comments and a brief review of the literature are also mentioned.
O estado da arte da cirurgia do ba?o, no início do século XXI
Christo, Marcelo Campos;
Revista do Colégio Brasileiro de Cirurgi?es , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-69912005000500012
Abstract: in the last fifty years evolution of scientific knowledge on the spleen provoked an entirely new approach to splenic surgery. it was shown that virulence may emerge as a significant consequence of environmental and evolutionary changes of some microbial communities, and devastating pathogenetic results of these changes become visible in human hosts without the splenic function. in other words: the spleen plays a pivotal role in the dynamic balance between biodiversity, microorganisms and immunogenecity in human hosts. therefore, to preserve the "splenic immunologic repertoire" became an increasing commitment among surgeons. understanding the integration of these multiple information on spleen, seems central to understand the new splenic surgery. partial splenectomies (réglées) - based on anatomical, experimental and clinical studies, developed at the university of minas gerais since the fifties - were successfully applied initially to treat the traumatic injuries of the spleen; in a following step, partial splenectomy were used to control hematological diseases. "réglées" techniques on the spleen have conquered "ethical support, consilience status and clinical governance" to give birth to surgical therapeutic decisions on the spleen, in order to spare the structural integrity of the immune system. splenic réglées procedures became a seminal achievement of splenic surgical practice. initial results of "partial splenectomies" - with conventional surgical armamentaria and techniques - were confirmed and improved by the introduction of techniques based on laparoscopic and endovascular approaches. and current usage of surgical splenic saving procedures propitiated the emergence of an appropriate lexicon for medical communication and became an "end point" of a "long-standing surgical inhibition" over the spleen.
Pseudo-aneurisma de artéria subclávia pós fratura de clavícula: relato de caso
ROSáRIO Ricardo Costa Val,RIOS Adriana Vaggiani,FIGUEIREDO JúNIOR Fernando de Assis,CHRISTO Sérgio Figueiredo Campos
Revista Brasileira de Cirurgia Cardiovascular , 1997,
Abstract: Os autores descrevem a forma o de um pseudo-aneurisma de artéria subclávia esquerda após trauma contuso seguido de fratura de clavícula esquerda. Comentários e uma breve revis o da literatura s o mencionados
Rotura ventricular após substitui??o da valva mitral
Christo, Marcelo Campos;Souza, Liberato S. Siqueira de;Stortini, Marcílio José;Teixeira, Sérgio L. da Costa;Cruz Júnior, Osvaldo;
Revista Brasileira de Cirurgia Cardiovascular , 1989, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-76381989000100008
Abstract: between 1979 and 1988 four fatal cases of left ventricular disruption after mitral valve replacement were registered among 332 patients submitted to mitral valve replacement, with two different types of porcine prosthesis in isolated or combined operations. all patients were elderly women (mean age 58) with predominant mitral insufficiency. complications occurred after isolated mvr in 3 patients and in 1 patient after mvr combined with coronary artery by-pass. damage appeared to have been caused by rhythmical pulling exerted by sorrounding myocardium against a hypocinetic ventricular wall locally ischemic by compression of a viciously positioned prosthesis. the mis-evaluation of the mitral annulus was induced by the usage of innadequate sizers used in profoundly relaxed heart under cardioplegia. the profile of the prosthesis probably influenced the type of lesion. modifications in the sizer's head and the usage of flexible and malleable sizer-holders, that could permit a more accurate position of sizer's head in the mitral annulus are suggested. possible etiological co-factors are: elderly patients, particularly women, with myocardial lesions secondary to overzealous resection of papillary posterior muscle or of the mitral cusp, and the loss of the internal buttress of the myocardium after resection of subvalvar apparatus (untethered ventricle). preserving chordae tendinae of the annulus of mural leaflet could help the prevention of these complications.
Influence of the polymorphism of apolipoprotein E in cerebral vascular disease
Souza Dorotéia R.S.,Campos Bernadete F.,Arruda érika F. de,Yamamoto Lucy J.
Arquivos de Neuro-Psiquiatria , 2003,
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Partial left ventriculectomy: a retrospective study
Christo, Marcelo Campos;Christo, Sérgio Figueiredo Campos;Di Dio, Liberato John Alphonse;
Revista Brasileira de Cirurgia Cardiovascular , 2003, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-76382003000400008
Abstract: objective: to identify useful predictive data on chance mechanisms of postoperative outcome, the impact on symptoms of terminal heart failure - after partial left ventriculectomies (plv) - was critically evaluated through the analysis of results, on accumulated descriptive data on reports, between 1995 and 1998. method: available routine clinical data on surgical aspects and clinical outcomes were gathered and, when possible, validated for comparative analysis. results: plv can provide a significant short to medium term amelioration in the quality-of-life in event-free survivors, but it was also watched out that in important proportion of them - as an evolutive sequence - plv was incapable of changing the myocardial fibers leading tendency to conservatism of the preoperative vicious geometric dynamic pattern in late evolution. importantly, the lv end-diastolic echocardiographic diameter of 7.5 cm (± 1.4 cm) was the steadiest quantitative significant numerical appeal to heart reduction surgery, in a setting of 465 patients, aged two to 74 years. and in a succession of individual reports of plv results, whose mortality varied from 0 a 60%, survival after plv showed a significant relationship with morphologic evolution of cardiomyocytes, in postoperative, and augmented in absolute values in patients with progressive ventricular dysfunction, treated with the insertion of lvad (left ventricular assist devices). conclusion: the material impossibility of identifying useful qualified predictors on chance mechanisms of postoperative outcome emerged as the crucial limitation for current usage of surgical reversal of left ventricular structural chamber dilation - to treat dilated cardiomyopathies - despite accumulated numerical values and clinical experiences.
Partial left ventriculectomy: a retrospective study
Christo Marcelo Campos,Christo Sérgio Figueiredo Campos,Di Dio Liberato John Alphonse
Revista Brasileira de Cirurgia Cardiovascular , 2003,
Abstract: OBJECTIVE: To identify useful predictive data on chance mechanisms of postoperative outcome, the impact on symptoms of terminal heart failure - after partial left ventriculectomies (PLV) - was critically evaluated through the analysis of results, on accumulated descriptive data on reports, between 1995 and 1998. METHOD: Available routine clinical data on surgical aspects and clinical outcomes were gathered and, when possible, validated for comparative analysis. RESULTS: PLV can provide a significant short to medium term amelioration in the quality-of-life in event-free survivors, but it was also watched out that in important proportion of them - as an evolutive sequence - PLV was incapable of changing the myocardial fibers leading tendency to conservatism of the preoperative vicious geometric dynamic pattern in late evolution. Importantly, the LV end-diastolic echocardiographic diameter of 7.5 cm (± 1.4 cm) was the steadiest quantitative significant numerical appeal to heart reduction surgery, in a setting of 465 patients, aged two to 74 years. And in a succession of individual reports of PLV results, whose mortality varied from 0 a 60%, survival after PLV showed a significant relationship with morphologic evolution of cardiomyocytes, in postoperative, and augmented in absolute values in patients with progressive ventricular dysfunction, treated with the insertion of LVAD (Left Ventricular Assist Devices). CONCLUSION: The material impossibility of identifying useful qualified predictors on chance mechanisms of postoperative outcome emerged as the crucial limitation for current usage of surgical reversal of left ventricular structural chamber dilation - to treat dilated cardiomyopathies - despite accumulated numerical values and clinical experiences.
Missionale gemeentes in die Nederduitsch Hervormde Kerk van Afrika – Teologies verantwoord
J. Christo van der Merwe
HTS Theological Studies/Teologiese Studies , 2011, DOI: 10.4102/hts.v67i3.1094
Abstract: Missional congegrations in the Netherdutch Reformed Church of Africa – Theologically substantiated The Christian churches are experiencing a major paradigm shift as they attemp to navigate the 20th century. Around the mid-fourth century to the mid-twentieth century CE, often referred to as the ‘age of Christendom’, Christianity and the institutional church had a central place, which was culturally supported in the public life of most Western societies. Today it is impossible to talk about culture without using the plural. Society has changed into what is called a ‘pluriverse’ of cultures determined by aspects such as geography, race, ethinicity, class, and worldview. For Christian denominations, this paradigm shift has become exceedingly challenging. This article discerns and experiments with approaches to ministry that are vitally challenged by the many current understandings of what it means to be church today. By taking the concept missio Dei as point of departure the article describes the church as being called to be a missional church and the Christian leaders as being called to exercise missional leadership. The article addresses the notion of missio trinitatis as fundamental to the understanding of the missio Dei. God is one who lives by sharing, and the Trinity is the doctrine of a God whose very essence is sharing, thus the consequence is that those who believe in such a God must live a similar life. Matthew 28:19 20 serves as basis for a discussion on the ‘embodiment’ of the church’s missional theology as well as a basis for the development of a missional praxis. The fundamental conviction argued in this article is that there can be no place for a future church that is not missional in essence. How to cite this article: Van der Merwe, J.C., 2011, ‘Missionale gemeentes in die Nederduitsch Hervormde Kerk van Afrika – Teologies verantwoord’, HTS Teologiese Studies/Theological Studies 67(3), Art. #1094, 9 pages. http://dx.doi.org//10.4102/ hts.v67i3.1094
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