Всего публикаций в данном разделе: 426
The role of the new information technologies in emergency mitigation, planning, response and recovery (Роль новых информационных технологий в планировании, ответах и преодолении экстренных ситуаций) [статья]
Опубликовано на портале: 10-01-2003Henry W. Fisher Disaster Prevention and Management. 1998. Vol. 7. No. 1. P. 28 - 37.
Multimedia, CD-ROM, DVD, Internet, Web Sites and e-mail are all part of a constantly changing, emerging array of the new information technologies which are being utilized in public education and are increasingly being applied to emergency planning and training activities to enhance emergency preparedness. Illustrations are presented which demonstrate the utility of multimedia, CD-ROM, and Internet applications to this process. These technologies will be applied to demonstrate how emergency planners may more effectively accomplish their mission to educate the larger community on a variety of issues such as the need to adopt proposed mitigation strategies, to respond to disaster warnings and evacuation suggestions. These technologies will also be applied to demonstrate how response and recovery information can be readily disseminated to an impacted area. Applications will also be provided which demonstrate the utility of these technologies in enhancing training activities for emergency personnel as well as extending the opportunity for such training beyond the time and place of the original trainer.
Strategic planning of human resources in the library system of the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile (Стратегическое планирование человеческих ресурсов в библиотечной системе чилийского католического университета) [статья]
Опубликовано на портале: 10-01-2003Maria Luisa Arenas Franco, Rosita Iniguez Diaz Library Management. 1995. Vol. 16. No. 3. P. 15 - 23.
To achieve the strategic objectives necessary for an organization to face the future with confidence, human resource planning has been implemented in the library system of the Pontificial Catholic University of Chile (SIBUC). Analyses the environment and its impact on SIBUC using an organizational model, which also permits strategic objectives to be established and personnel to be analysed in terms of strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats. Based on this approach, specifies human resource objectives, and assures optimal achievement with well-defined individual strategies that also include plans for action and control measures. Finally, and as a result of the whole methodology, creates a matrix to structure an organizational design of the direction of human resources in the library system.
Management development in a Dutch Ministry: Getting things started (Менеджмент развития в голландском министерстве: начало положено) [статья]
Опубликовано на портале: 10-01-2003Hubert W.N. Schrijver, Alex H. Vermeulen International Journal of Public Sector Management. 1996. Vol. 9. No. 2. P. 52 - 56.
The Dutch Ministry of VROM (Housing, Physical planning and Environment) employs more than 4,000. Discusses its progressive track record over recent years on organization and personnel management. Shows how the Ministry, by a process of "learning by doing", is adopting and adapting new ways in personnel and organizational development.
The future of public sector management: Are there some lessons from Europe? (Будущее в управлении общественным сектором: некоторые уроки из европейского опыта?) [статья]
Опубликовано на портале: 10-01-2003Norman Flynn International Journal of Public Sector Management. 1995. Vol. 8. No. 4. P. 59 - 67.
If we try to look at the future of public sector management in the UK, it might be more useful to think about what is happening in the rest of Europe, rather than looking at the USA ("reinventing government", etc.) and especially New Zealand. There are some common pressures on the public sector in Europe, but not a unified or convergent approach to management. In the areas of structural arrangements about policy making and service delivery, relationships between tiers of government, goal setting, planning, budgeting, evaluation, "user" orientation and personnel management, there are choices to be made.
Use of geographical information systems (GIS) mapping procedures to support educational policy analysis and school site management (Использование географических информационных систем для поддержки анализа образовательной политики и управления школой) [статья]
Опубликовано на портале: 10-01-2003James Bruno International Journal of Educational Management. 1996. Vol. 10. No. 6. P. 24 - 31.
Observes, while most school site management personnel are familiar with the multitude of visual representations of statistical data, via graphs and charts, the value of visual representations of geographical information remains largely unknown in educational management. Explains that geographical information systems (GIS), in addition to determining the exact geographical street address location of a client, can also overlay important SES, thematic information such as demographic characteristics (per capita household income, percentage, minority, etc.), and man-made, and when natural geographical barriers are combined a powerful visual representation or picture of a client service area emerges. Describes how these visual representations of educational service areas can then be used to support educational policy analysis and school site management. Presents several illustrations of how GIS mapping procedures can be applied to school site management, planning and policy analysis. Draws three illustrations of GIS mapping from the school management areas of co-ordination of school site outreach services to educational policy areas of ensuring "equity" in access to instructional services. Explores extensions of GIS mapping procedures to other areas in educational policy analysis and school site management.
Stress Interventions with Trade Unions (Стрессовые вмешательства в отношениях с профсоюзами) [статья]
Опубликовано на портале: 09-01-2003Vanja Orlans Personnel Review. 1991. Vol. 20. No. 2.
The focus is on the planning and implementation of stress interventions within trade union organisations in the UK. Case material from two trade union projects is presented, together with an overview of some of the key areas of potential stress in such organisational settings. In addition, an approach to stress diagnosis and management is outlined which does not separate the individual from the organisation in an artificial way. The emphasis is rather on the interactive processes which underpin individual and organisational existence. This theoretical stance has a number of implications for intervention strategies, and these are also outlined. A review of some of the key points which are relevant to the planning of stress interventions in the organisational setting is presented in conclusion.