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Handbook of Research on Organizational Justice and Culture in Higher Education Institutions
A way of regarding situations, facts, etc., and judging their relative importance, or the proper or accurate point of view or the ability to see it.
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Faculty Motivation in Management Education
Neeta Baporikar (HP-GSB, Namibia University of Science and Technology, Namibia)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-4666-9850-5.ch016
It is often observed that some institutions though better endowed in terms of, the management, leadership style, qualification and experience of the faculty and staff, the availability of material resources, yet do not fare well as compared to those where there exists motivated faculty. This is because motivated faculty can drive excellence in institutions though quality teaching and research. Management Educational institutions are no exception. Management education has undergone radical changes in last few decades. The content, instructional methodologies and facilities are among the key indicators of change as is the background and motivation of people who choose to become management teachers. Moreover, in the light of higher education becoming more complex and institutions becoming social undertakings globally, what is it about teaching management education that makes outstanding teachers love their jobs? The chapter delves into these issues and focuses on faculty motivation in management education.
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Software Evolution Visualization: Status, Challenges, and Research Directions
Software can also be visually analyzed from different perspectives ( Carneiro et al., 2008 )( Carneiro, Santanna, & Mendonça, 2010 )( Carneiro et al., 2010 AU43: The citation "Carneiro et al., 2010" matches multiple references. Please add letters (e.g. "Smith 2000a"), or additional authors to the citation, to uniquely match references and citations. )( Carneiro & Mendonça, 2013 ). The perspective in software visualization means the point of views it provides to engineers to explore a software system. The perspectives concern to the way in which we look to the software. In the context of software, the perspective may be represented by a set of coordinated views designed to represent a group of properties of the software.
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Transdisciplinarity: The Dynamic Future of Exemplary Leadership
Perspective refers to how an individual observes and considers different ideas, events, and concepts. In this case, this shows how leaders view different challenges in the aim of deriving a solution.
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Ethical Challenges: The Influence Organizational and Personal Values Have on Perceptions of Misconduct and the Factors of Whistleblowing
Is the state of one’s ideas to the facts known forming a meaningful relationship to the facts ( Stein & Urdang, 1971 ).Values: beliefs, ethics, or principles that create a set of informal rules that regulate the behavior of a group or people bound by a common purpose ( Feldman, 2001 ).
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Evaluating Online Programs Using a BSC Approach
The combination of interests, values, and viewpoints reflected in a Balanced Scorecard (BSC). The sum of the different perspectives in a given BSC should reflect all of the critical stakeholder views of an organization.
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“Asking the Woman Question” in Case Study Research
A theoretical perspective is a set of assumptions about reality that inform the questions researchers ask and the kinds of answers they arrive at as a result. In this sense, a theoretical perspective can be understood as a lens through which researchers look, serving to focus or distort what they see.
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Regional Development via Entrepreneur Multi-Perspective Approach
Is a way of regarding situations, facts or topics or a mental view or the state of one’s ideas; prospective means concerned with or related to the future and judging their relative importance. It includes the proper or accurate point of view or the ability to see with objectivity so as to try to get some perspective on issues for better solutions.
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Quantification of Corporate Performance Using Fuzzy Analytic Network Process: The Case of E-Commerce
Different points of view that are used when designing balanced scorecard to measure corporate performance.
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Balanced Scorecard as a Tool to Evaluate Digital Marketing Activities
Some kind of background, context, framework, relationship, situations, or surroundings to a particular issue to explain it in comprehensive manners, to make it perceivable to most of the stakeholders as easily and uniformly as possible. A total canvass or picture of the whole issue at a glance.
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Innovating in the Teaching of Perspective Drawing: From the Physical Model to the Virtual Environment
System of representation that attempts to reproduce on a flat surface the depth of space and the three-dimensional image with which forms appear to the eye.
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Participatory Design Experiment: Storytelling Swarm in Hybrid Narrative Ecosystem
Perspective is a personal perception of ontodimensions that can be fixed with ontocoordinates in an ontological space.
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Time-Windows: Reconnecting the Window-Metaphor of the GUI to Real Space
A technique of representing a three dimensional space on a two-dimensional surface such as the screen or a canvas. Perspective construction assumes a specific point of view for which all the lines characterizing the space are rendered in close approximation to the way the eye would see them in reality. Perspective construction is the underlying notion of computer generated 3D rendering.
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Integrated Survey of “Quadrature” Aimed at the Graphical Analysis of Painted Perspective: Trompe l'Oeil Architecture, Palazzo Arese Borromeo
Representation method theorized in the Renaissance where the projection of the object on the picture plane ( quadro ) occurs from a central point of view. The different types of perspective are defined by the mutual position of observer, object and picture plane. It is the representation most similar to human vision and photography.
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Diversity Management Strategies for Enhancing Organizational Performance
Is a particular way of thinking about something, especially one influenced by your beliefs or experiences.
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Reimagining HBCUs in the Future of P-20 Black Education
A person’s point of view towards or on a particular experience.
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Re-Visualising Giotto's 14th-Century Assisi Fresco “Exorcism of the Demons at Arezzo”
A technique of depicting volumes and spatial relationships to create the illusion of depth on a flat surface, first formulated in the Italian Renaissance.
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Measurement of Transformational Government Strategies Using Balanced Scorecard Approach
In the balanced scorecard context this is a category of goals and performance measures related to the goals of the organization.
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DSS and Multiple Perspectives of Complex Problems
The way in which a subject or its component parts are mentally viewed.
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Understanding Anxiety Disorder: An African Perspective
A particular attitude towards or way of regarding something; a point of view
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