Tag: Transforming

Transforming Public and Private Sector Organizations


Transforming Public and Private Sector Organizations: Implementing Sustainable Purpose, Travelling Organization and Connectivity for Resilience by Peter Wollmann, Reto PĆ¼ringer
English | PDF,EPUB | 2022 | 424 Pages | ISBN : 303106903X | 31.7 MB
The book addresses an explicit demand expressed in a large number of C-Suite interviews: managing significant transformations in the private and public sector. The book describes what types of transformation have to be reflected, why transformations are crucial in our days, the triggers they have, and how they might be best managed from a theoretical and practical point of view – technically and with all people-connected soft facts. The book, which contains numerous use cases, is written by an international community of practitioners, experts, and academics from different geographies, countries, public and private organizations, industries, and cultures, which guarantees the comprehensiveness and richness of the developed insights and the value of the presented use cases.

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Transforming Organizations in Disruptive Environments A Primer on Design and Innovation


Transforming Organizations in Disruptive Environments: A Primer on Design and Innovation by Igor Titus Hawryszkiewycz
English | EPUB | 2022 | 211 Pages | ISBN : 9811614520 | 21.5 MB
This textbook provides a design approach to the topics of innovation and disruption, by drawing on a variety of tools, techniques, and methods, and focusing on solutions that combine data and technology. The premise of the book is the creation of value for the organisations, stakeholders, and community, to enable creative transformation.

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Transforming Landscapes of Belief in the Early Medieval Insular World and Beyond Converting the Isles II


, "Transforming Landscapes of Belief in the Early Medieval Insular World and Beyond: Converting the Isles II "
English | ISBN: 2503568688 | 2018 | 526 pages | PDF | 4 MB
Conversion to Christianity is arguably the most revolutionary social and cultural change that Europe experienced throughout Late Antiquity and the early Middle Ages. Christianization affected all strata of society and transformed not only religious beliefs and practices, but also the nature of government, the priorities of the economy, the character of kinship, and gender relations. It is against this backdrop that an international array of leading medievalists gathered under the auspices of the Converting the Isles Research Network (funded by the Leverhulme Trust) to investigate social, economic, and cultural aspects of conversion in the early medieval Insular world, covering different parts of Britain, Ireland, Scandinavia, and Iceland. This volume analyses the effects of religious conversion on landscapes of cult and on religious practice in Europe, focusing in particular on Britain and Ireland. Adopting an interdisciplinary and comparative approach, the volume investigates the interaction between different forms of belief, their coexistence and competition. It discusses the coming of writing, the power of the word, landscapes of ritual, and converting communities. The contributors include leading historians, archaeologists, linguists, and literary scholars. This is the second volume to emerge from research undertaken by contributors to the Converting the Isles Research Network and forms a companion volume to The Introduction of Christianity into the Early Medieval Insular World.

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Wilder How Rewilding is Transforming Conservation and Changing the World


English | 2022 | ISBN: 1472990382 | 368 pages | True EPUB | 6.59 MB
Wilder takes readers on a global rewilding journey, exploring innovative and eye-opening projects led by a diverse group of passionate conservationists.
Rewilding is a radical new approach to wildlife conservation that offers remarkable potential. If conservation seeks to preserve what remains and stave off further decline, rewilding goes further, seeking to restore entire ecosystems. It involves a spectrum of conservation options; at one end is a ‘passive’ approach prioritising ecological restoration – in essence, leaving land to recover naturally. At the other is what might be termed ‘active’ rewilding, where habitats are actively restored and keystone species reintroduced to quicken the process of recovery. The stakes are high in active rewilding. Large mammal translocations and wildlife corridors running through densely populated areas are high-risk, high-reward initiatives.

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Transforming Infantile Trauma in Analytic Work with Children and Adults The Clinical Writings of Alessandra Cavalli


Martha Stevns, "Transforming Infantile Trauma in Analytic Work with Children and Adults: The Clinical Writings of Alessandra Cavalli"
English | ISBN: 1032214678 | 2022 | 176 pages | PDF | 3 MB
This vivid and moving volume presents the clinical work and writings of Alessandra Cavalli, an internationally known child and adult psychoanalyst who taught and supervised widely, ran infant observation seminars in the UK and Europe and was closely involved in the development of child analysis training in Russia.

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Government as Practice Democratic Left in a Transforming India


Dwaipayan Bhattacharyya, "Government as Practice: Democratic Left in a Transforming India"
English | 2016 | pages: 295 | ISBN: 110710226X | PDF | 3,4 mb
The democratic Left in India is in crisis. During the first decade of this century it slid from its highest parliamentary presence to virtual irrelevance. A key to its retrieval, this book argues, lies in its ability to imagine a new popular politics for reinventing its democratic credentials beyond electoral posturing. In this respect, much can be learnt from the Left’s governmental practices as they have evolved since the late 1960s, crafting a unique blend of politics, policy, idealism, practicality, vision and delivery. By looking at the problematics of government from the days of deft land reforms to messy land acquisition, this book situates ‘government as practice’ as a prism for critical thinking on democratic politics in postcolonial India. Grounded in empirical and archival research, the book will be useful for those who are passionate as well as sceptical about the revival potentials of a new Left in India’s fast-changing political economy.

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Transforming Emotional Pain An Emotion-Focused Workbook


Transforming Emotional Pain: An Emotion-Focused Workbook
English | 2023 | ISBN: 1032063394 | 188 Pages | PDF (True) | 18 MB
Based on the principles of EFT, and developed by clinicians and researchers, this client-focused workbook is designed to supplement psychotherapy and can also serve as a self-help book. It will help readers learn how to regulate feelings that are unpleasant and transform painful feelings, so that they can fulfil their needs and feel more connected and empowered in their lives. Providing a step-by-step sequential guide to exploring, embracing, and transforming emotions, the various chapters guide the reader to help overcome emotional avoidance, with sections on: transforming the emotional self-interrupter; transforming the inner self-worrier; transforming the self-critic; and healing from emotional injury.

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