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How a Proactive Interventionist Can Make Strikes More Effective: Evidence from the Korean Banking Sector  [PDF]
ChungIL Choi
American Journal of Industrial and Business Management (AJIBM) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ajibm.2013.34051

This paper argues, through a case study of two industry-wide strikes in the Korean banking sector, that a proactive interventionist strike is more effective than a reactive pragmatist one in a union’s response to restructuring. Evidence from the two strikes shows that unions were able to achieve more successful outcomes from the strike in which they engaged proactively by an interventionist mode. In this case the unions identified opportunities, took the initiative and devised effective strategies that pre-empted the other parties before they had fully prepared their restructuring planning. Such a strategic capacity was gained from active organizational learning in unions derived from their previous strike failure.

Extracción de un catéter fracturado mediante cateterismo cardíaco intervencionista en un paciente prematuro de 1 600 g
Ozores Suárez,Francisco Javier; Ramiro Novoa,Juan Carlos; Díaz Ramirez,Francisco; Ochoa Suárez,Iran; González Guillen,Alexander; de Quesada Suárez,Leopoldo;
Revista Cubana de Pediatr?-a , 2011,
Abstract: this is the case of a premature patient aged one month weighing 1 600 g, whose epicutaneous catheter was fractured moving to be located in the distal portion in the left branch of pulmonary artery. the catheter was removed by femoral route by interventionist cardiac catheterization allowing us to demonstrate the effectiveness of such procedure in this type of complication.
Comparative Study of Proactive, Reactive and Geographical MANET Routing Protocols  [PDF]
Muthana Najim Abdulleh, Salman Yussof, Hothefa Shaker Jassim
Communications and Network (CN) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/cn.2015.72012
Abstract: Mobile Adhoc Network (MANET) is defined as a combination of mobile nodes that lack a fixed infrastructure and is quickly deployable under any circumstances. These nodes have self-aware architecture and are able to move in multiple directions, which renders it dynamic topology. Its dynamicity makes routing in MANET rather challenging compared to fixed wired networks. This paper aims to perform a comparative study on the three categories of MANET routing protocol by comparing their characteristics and operations, as well as their strength and weaknesses.
Organisational Culture and the Adoption of New Public-Management Practices = Povzetki Abstracts novega javnega managementa
Heli Hookana
Management , 2008,
Abstract: This study provides insights into the levels of adoption and success of New Public Management practices, reflected in the degree of innovative accounting practices and cultures. The analysis draws upon two in-depth empirical investigations. The results provide empirical evidence to support a two-way interaction between management orientation to adopting the new accounting methods and organisational innovative changes. The success and failure could be characterised as a fragile construction that turns on the strength of diverse ties connecting many heterogeneous elements. The meaning of the subcultures and the externally driven change process are discussed in the context of Scandinavian public management.
Human work in the interface of the liberal and social states and the reflections of its valorization in the 1988 Constitution O trabalho humano na interface dos estados liberal e social e o desdobramento de sua valoriza o na Constitui o de 1988
Clodomiro José Bannwart Junior,Sharon Cristine Ferreira de Souza
Scientia Iuris , 2009,
Abstract: This work focuses on the conception of work from the Critical Social Theory by Jürgen Habermas, highlighting its importance in the process of self-constitution of the human societies. In the general level of analysis, this study observes the effects of the modern State, emphasizing the configuration of the Liberal and Interventionist States. Regarding the latter, mainly after the liberalism crisis in the first half of the last century, this work seeks to highlight the role of the State intervention in the economic domain, directing the discussion to the ambit of the Brazilian Constitutions, particularly the 1988 Constitution, Art. 170, in the light of the valorization of the human work. Ressalta-se a concep o de trabalho a partir da Teoria Social Crítica de Jürgen Habermas, destacando a importancia do mesmo no processo de autoconstitui o das sociedades humanas. Ainda no plano geral da análise, acompanha-se o desdobramento do Estado moderno, enfatizando a configura o dos Estados Liberal e Intervencionista. Nesse último, sobretudo, após a crise do liberalismo na primeira metade do século passado, busca-se real ar o papel de interven o do Estado no domínio econ mico, trazendo a discuss o para o ambito das Constitui es brasileiras, com destaque especial à Constitui o de 1988, no seu Art. 170, à luz da valoriza o do trabalho humano.
Interventionist Project in the Initial Literacy Block - BIA: “engaging project that brings results in short time”
Benigna Maria de Freitas Villas Boas
Educa??o : Teoria e Prática , 2010,
Abstract: This article presents partial findings of a research on assessment in the Initial LiteracyBlock - BIA. It analyzes the possibilities of the Interventionist Project to contribute to theformative assessment in BIA. One hundred projects from different schools in the FederalDistrict were analyzed, as well as perceptions of teachers, coordinators and supervisors.The project stages and singularities are described and it is defended that developingthe project according to the format ive assessment requires individualizationdifferentiation of teaching. Teachers and school coordinators indicated some of thecontributions the project has brought, for instance, the monitoring of student performance.They also mentioned the difficulties it has caused to them. Some of the projectpossibilities have not yet been explored by the schools, for instance: the elimination ofthe remedial studies in their traditional format, and the organization of the non-gradedschool. It was found that one of the major needs of the project is “to be embraced byall teachers and especially to be understood by the school principals and coordinators”.
The Effectiveness of a Project Manager for Risk Management in a Career Education Project  [PDF]
Kazutsune Moriya
Creative Education (CE) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ce.2014.58062

As a framework for the effort to develop perspectives for work and promote autonomous career development among young people, schools at all levels—from elementary schools to universities—are introducing and conducting career education. One result of these efforts has been that career education, which is supposed to be conducted systematically while maintaining a certain level of quality, is currently not functioning well. More specifically, the wide range of career education curricula and the fact that the method of execution is completely up to each teacher has led to inconsistent quality and a range of risks. To help address this, and given that career education itself constitutes a project towards achieving the education goals, this paper argues that using a project manager in career education—a role that has been entirely left up to each teacher to fill or provide—is effective in managing the risks involved in career education projects and proactively providing countermeasures to offset these risks.

Presentation and treatment of carotid cavernous aneurysms
Vasconcellos, Lucas Perez de;Flores, Juan Ant?nio Castro;Veiga, José Carlos Esteves;Conti, Mário Luiz Marques;Shiozawa, Pedro;
Arquivos de Neuro-Psiquiatria , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0004-282X2008000200009
Abstract: we analyzed a group of patients with the diagnosis of internal carotid aneurysms in its intracavernous segment, with emphasis in prevalence, clinical features, treatments, evolution and neurological prognosis. neurological signs and symptoms at initial presentation were registered and compared with final outcome. patients were divided into two stratified groups, one with 19 patients which underwent interventionist treatment, and another with 21 patients who were conservatively treated. the present study demonstrated that intervention is significantly correlated with a better prognosis considering evolution of pain symptoms secondary to neurovascular compression (p=0,002). regarding neurological deficits, an interventionist approach was also significantly correlated with better outcome in comparison with initial presentation (p=0,008). these results indicate that interventionist treatment determines improvement or resolution of pain symptoms in comparison with patients conservatively treated, as well as stabilization or partial improvement of neuro-ophthalmological deficits.
Extracción de un catéter fracturado mediante cateterismo cardíaco intervencionista en un paciente prematuro de 1 600 g Removal of a fractured catheter by means of interventionist cardiac catheterization in a premature patient weighing 1 600 g
Francisco Javier Ozores Suárez,Juan Carlos Ramiro Novoa,Francisco Díaz Ramirez,Iran Ochoa Suárez
Revista Cubana de Pediatr?-a , 2011,
Abstract: Se documenta el caso de un paciente de 1 mes de edad, prematuro, con peso de 1 600 g, cuyo catéter epicutáneo se fracturó y desplazó hasta ubicarse en la porción distal en la rama izquierda de la arteria pulmonar. El catéter se extrajo por vía femoral mediante un procedimiento de cateterismo cardíaco intervencionista, con lo que se demostró la efectividad de dicho procedimiento ante este tipo de complicación. This is the case of a premature patient aged one month weighing 1 600 g, whose epicutaneous catheter was fractured moving to be located in the distal portion in the left branch of pulmonary artery. The catheter was removed by femoral route by interventionist cardiac catheterization allowing us to demonstrate the effectiveness of such procedure in this type of complication.
Artistic Autonomy in the “Post-Medium Condition” of Art: Conceptual Artworks as Performative Interventions
Cristian Nae
Meta : Research in Hermeneutics, Phenomenology and Practical Philosophy , 2011,
Abstract: The present text tackles the old problem of artistic autonomy given the constitutive heteronomy of post-conceptual artistic practices in terms of their medium-specificity. Instead of considering the idea of artistic autonomy as a modernist prejudice to be discarded, I suggest that it may be revised as the performative autonomy of discourse against ideological uses of language, given that conceptual art is considered as practice and activity rather than the production of objects. Resistance may be itself redefined as the performative re-articulation of language within its conventional use. Therefore, if aesthetic formalism tried to achieve the autonomy of art in the social sphere by means of medium-specificity, whereas early conceptualists strolled towards a functionalist type of artistic autonomy in the artistic sphere, contemporary post-conceptual practices revised the very concept of form as the critical communicative articulation of the social sphere.
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