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Teresa of Avila was a woman who lived in Spain in the 16th century. She was a cloistered Nun, reformer, foundress, mystic, writer, leader, saint, and the first Woman Doctor of the Catholic Church. This book presents an exposition of the leadership of Teresa of Avila. In Spain during her time leadership was considered to be the prerogative of men, women were considered less than men, less human, and even a mistake of nature. Women’s world was their home and the household works. Today, the terms leader and leadership have become synonyms for exploitation and corruption. This book explains the true meaning of the terms leader and leadership. Leadership is not reserved to any particular race, group, or gender. Leadership is timeless; it is gender neutral, and leaders are both born and made. According to the Christian perspective, leadership is from God. Leadership is to uplift the people to higher levels of life, ultimately to the divine union. This book explains how Teresa of Avila,as a leader, transformed the challenges and restrictions into opportunities to achieve her goal. Those who look for a great model of exemplary leadership for the 21st century can find it in Teresa of Avila.
Democratization in America – A Comparative–Historical Analysis
Democratization in America – A Comparative–Historical Analysis
The thesis is a Historical and Philological Analysis of the Chronicles of Emperor Galawdewos (1540-1559). It describes and analyzes the four texts: BAE, CAC, KAG, and MST. The first one referred to as the BAE was edited by M. Rene Basset in the 19th century. The second one as CAC of the chronicles of Galawdewos was copied from a MS by William Conzelman. It was edited in the 19th century. The third text is the KAG, which is edited by Menfred Kropp at the end of the 20th century. The fourth text is a MS of Tarika Nagast. This MS is believed to have been written in the early 19th century.
This book focuses on how subsistent leadership is used with Sonic and Five Guys Restaurants in the Wichita, Kansas area. One discusses various theories, methodology, results and conclusions on what needs improved in order to meet the needs of the employer, employee and customer effectively. Through this research, the reader will grasp how the fast food industry is changing and adapting on a regular basis, and how it will make a difference for similar businesses in the near future.
This book presents a history of Western monetary systems and explains why the system was preferred to a gold standard before 1800. Professor Redish argues that the technological ability to issue fiduciary monies, and a commitment mechanism to prevent opportunistic governments changing the ratio between the currency and a unit of gold, were (frequently overlooked) prerequisites for the emergence of the Classical gold standard. The simplicity of the gold standard, a monetary system where there is a fixed ratio between a weight of gold and a unit of currency, makes it an obvious focus for discussion of commodity money systems, and for contrasts with today's fiat money regimes.
Both leadership and negotiations constitute key success factors for organisations. Previous studies on leadership suggest that leadership effectiveness differentiates successful organisations from others. Equally, negotiations success constitutes a key distinguishing factor separating developed countries from the developing and under-developed ones. Available literature and previous research on leadership and negotiations reveals a historical tendency to deal with these topics separately. Thus, while the two topics have each been researched extensively, the number of studies dealing with leadership and negotiations as concomitant variables in the same study is limited. This book reports on a leadership style and negotiation success investigation involving negotiators. The multiple regression results from the analysis of variance (ANOVA and MANOVA), and other multivariate tests revealed leadership style as a strong predictor of negotiations success.
Numerical Analysis: Historical Developments in the 20th Century,
A brand new textbook that explores leadership from the perspective of collective leadership. It provides a brief historical background to the development of leadership as a discipline and then discusses the evolution and applications of collective leadership. Grounded in solid academic research, with topical real-work examples and case studies.
This book addresses the role of political institutions in economic performance, examining the changing state-economy relationships through a comparative history of political and economic development in Britain, USA, Russia, Japan, Taiwan and Korea.
Since the beginning of civilization, the search for food has played a major role in the bio-cultural evolution of man, and eating culture has been at the center of his evolution. Food culture contributed to shaping mankind's social organization and cooking brought people together. Food today plays an important role with cultural, political, psychological, emotional, and even religious significance. It embodies religious and group traditions and has created a symbol of national identity. Records about public eating houses date back to 960 AD in the Sung dynasty cities of Kaifeng and Hangchow in China. In 1762 New Yorker Samuel Fraunces opened a public house in a building at the corner of Queen and Canal Streets called “Tavern Kitchen”. In 1783 M. Beauvilliers, opened the first establishment in the Palais Royale hotel in Paris. This is what gave birth to the original restaurant, similar to what it is known today. The true internationalization of food and cuisines began with the European discovery of the New World. It represented a significant turning point in the history of food as ingredients migrated across the globe; the world's first internationalization of consumer goods
The Information Technology Sector of India has been identified as a catalyst of Indian economic growth. The Indian Information Technology Sector has captured 16% of the world market. This book takes the reader through the growth of the Indian IT sector right from 1960 till date. It also portrays challenges and opportunities faced by the sector. This book presents empirical analysis conducted through a field study of a leading Tier 2 Indian Destination-Visakhapatnam. It describes the profile of Tier 2 Indian Information Technology sector corporations. 50% of the population has been taken as a sample and an in-depth analysis has been conducted using Regression, Multiple Regression and Annova. The analysis sheds light on critical management dimensions like leadership pattern (Individual Corporation and sector analysis), Organizational Structure and Strategic management process of Information Technology Corporations. This book is must read for entrepreneurs who are contemplating to venture into the Indian Information Technology Sector and also for those entrepreneurs who are already in the sector as it opens doors to the cost competitiveness of Indian Tier 2 destinations.
This book depictures the market situation and trend in the field of Swedish leadership, based on a master thesis investigating the prominent suppliers within leadership education in Sweden. It takes the reader on a historical journey and deliver a broad and professional description about the most well known concepts, refering to well known and modern theories. Furthermore it directs its focus on the dominating approach today and connects that content with the current swedish values. The authors are then analyzing the situation in an insitutional approach and the swedish situation is summed up and explored in av very deep, interesting and ciritcal perspective.
The purpose of this work was to examine the ancient origins of servant leadership, as it has been defined in the 20th century by Robert K.Greenleaf, and identify any other ideas, and principles that flow naturally or concurrently with it. Using an historical, inductive analysis of western civilization, the research found that the origins of this concept can be traced back at least 2500 years, starting in ancient Greece and Rome. Ideally, servant leadership flourishes most naturally in democratic institutional environments, and from the inner work that servant leaders voluntarily engage in, and learn from in their lives. Its source is not egoism but a selfless regard for others. It depends on followers who will only follow a true servant leader. In essence, it is primarily a form of moral leadership. As to the future, given current, twenty-first century threats to the survival of humanity, such as nuclear war, over-population, and climatic change, the need for servant leaders has never been greater or more pressing. This work will be of use and interest to leadership scholars, management theorists, philosophers, social scientists, or anyone deeply concerned with our future.
Principal leadership in special education is a critical piece in student and staff development. School principals are called to lead special education students and teachers on a daily basis. Feeling unprepared to serve in this capacity, many principals are at a loss as to how to work with their students and staff in this area. Taking a historical look at special education law, and the evolving need for principal involvement in special education, this study looks at past and present leadership theories. The author defines and honors the advocate principal for special education and identifies five core themes for successful principal leadership in the area of special education for the 21st century.