Being innovative and creative (Employees) 10 5 0 Manager as coach Use for
routine work Release barriers motivational Employee-oriented leadership style 5
Goal of lateral necessary Learn, learn, learn 5 10 5 Wanting management Little ...
Author: Roland Geschwill
Publisher: Springer Nature
Category: Business & Economics
This book highlights lateral management as the answer to the strategic opportunities and challenges posed by digital transformation. Digitalization is now changing the economy and society as dramatically as the dawn of electrification a century ago. Production methods, products, sales structures, marketing, and even markets themselves are set to change in the digital era. In addition to introducing readers to the concept of lateral management, and detailing the structure and functioning of 'lateral companies', the authors show how leadership and cooperation norms carried over from the 20th century need to be adapted for the digital era. They demonstrate the opportunities that digitalization offers companies, employees and managers in terms of enhancing their freedom, individuality, job diversity, and creative and innovative power. The authors also provide a unique management instrument, the 'Lateral Culture Index®', which measures the hierarchies of leadership; provide new benchmarks; and identify seven essential factors for lateral companies. Readers will learn how to implement lateral management in their companies and be familiarized with the instruments that can help them do so.
Lateral Management. [in GER: Laterales Management]. Wiesbaden: Springer
Fachmedien Wiesbaden. ISBN 978-3-65811131-1. GIDDENS, A., 1984. The
Class Structure of advanced Societies. [in GER: Die Klassen‐struktur
Author: Sascha Klein
Publisher: BOD GmbH DE
Category: Business & Economics
All companies rely on committed and loyal employees to reach their goals. However, we know little about how exactly the mechanisms of leadership influence the job involvement of employees. This study focused on the established leadership model of lateral leadership by investigating the underlying forces of lateral leadership and developed a practical recommendation for its use. We empirically demonstrated which forces constitute the base of the lateral leadership model, how they interact with each other, and how much impact the forces have on the performance variables of job involvement and organisational commitment.
The Lateral Approach Series is about powerful management principles that produce results and bring out the best in people.
Author: Ho Wing Sit
Publisher: Greenleaf Book Group
Category: Business & Economics
The Lateral Approach Series is about powerful management principles that produce results and bring out the best in people. A Lateral Approach, like a good pair of polarized shades, enhances conventional wisdom by applying new perspectives to common, day-to-day challenges.
The surgical management and the different operative procedures involved are described step-by-step using full-color images of outstanding quality drawn from a collection of over 1700 cases of skull base surgery and 18000 case of middle ear ...
Author: Mario Sanna
This lavishly illustrated atlas provides comprehensive coverage of the surgical management of facial nerve tumors and of the facial nerve in diseases affecting the temporal bone and lateral skull base. The surgical management and the different operative procedures involved are described step-by-step using full-color images of outstanding quality drawn from a collection of over 1700 cases of skull base surgery and 18000 case of middle ear surgery.The expert authors discuss the management of the facial nerve in various pathologies, the facial nerve in petrous bone cholesteatoma, the management of the facial nerve in vestibular schwannomas and meningiomas, and facial nerve management in glomus tumors, middle ear carcinomas, and with cochlear implants.Key features: Opening chapters on facial nerve anatomy, radiology, operating room set-up, and intraoperative facial nerve monitoring, representing the knowledge needed before considering surgery Chapters on facial nerve repair and reanimation, and comprehensive coverage of tumors of the facial nerve Dr. Sanna is part of The Grupppo Otologico, a world-renowned specialist center for the diagnosis and medical and surgical treatment of diseases of the ear, skull base, facial nerve, head and neck, and paranasal sinuses. More information is available on the group's website, www.gruppootologico.it/eng.
Many ophthalmologists believe that the cause is a tight lateral rectus that slides
over the globe when the eye adducts ( von Noorden , 1992 ) . This may cause an
upshoot or downshoot , depending on which way the lateral rectus muscle goes .
Author: William V. Good
Publisher: Butterworth-Heinemann Medical
This concise resource describes a practical approach to strabismus management. Information on theory, differential diagnosis, and management make this book suitable for residents, general ophthalmologists, and strabismus specialists. * - Included in Core Collection of Medical Books and Journals 1997 * - Addresses strabismus in the context of neurologic and systemic diseases. * - Provides easily accessible information on various clinical strabismus problems.
Surgical management of lateral intraventricular tumors . In Schmidek , H.H. , and
Sweet , W.H. ( eds . ) : Operative Neurosurgical Techniques : Indications ,
Methods , and Results , ed . 2 , vol . 1. Philadelphia , W.B. Saunders , 1988 , p .
Author: Henry H. Schmidek
Publisher: W B Saunders Company
Focuses on the operative treatment of meningiomas and includes nonsurgical treatment options, pathology, and diagnostic modalities. Discusses tumors by site of origin, and each chapter includes diagnosis, treatment, results, and complications. Also covers meningiomas in children and meningiomas outside the CNS.
In addition , management effectiveness can be increased at reduced costs by
encouraging active cooperation from the fishermen through ... Regionally , the
development of bi - lateral or multi - lateral management programs may be
... third pillar of success is what the authors define as lateral management -
strategic thinking , deal making , partnership governing , and managing change .
Their article is a major contribution to relationship management thought and
FRACTURE TYPE DESCRIPTION TREATMENT Type 1 Adult Lateral Epicondyle
Splint Posterior splint , * sling ... The ED management of both adult and pediatric
condylar fractures depends on the stability of the fracture based on the ...
Author: Peter C. Ferrera
Publisher: Mosby Incorporated
The only trauma management book written by emergency physicians for emergency physicians. Using illustrations, algorithms, and radiographs, this text highlights the most salient features and treatments of the various injury conditions. The goal of this text is to help readers answer the important question, What should I do and when? Pre-hospital care, resuscitation, emergency department management, and disposition of the trauma patient are thoroughly covered. Authored by emergency physicians, rather than surgeons, this book provides excellent information on the acute management and diagnostic strategies of trauma patients. Tables and boxed text emphasize important information in each chapter. Comprehensive information in each chapter ensures that readers will not have to search for additional literature. Pitfalls and pearls emphasize each chapters most important features. Helpful algorithms provide readers with real-time care of the patient. Concerns central to emergency practice, whether it be in a level I trauma center or community hospital setting, are emphasized. Challenging case scenarios set the stage for each chapter.
It is seeking out an outrageous idea , how dominated by a large desk flanked by
two extraordinary concrete owls whose orange eyes gaze down on him " Lateral
Thinking for Management ” is as he launches into an intense expublished by ...
LATERAL FILES by Norman McLeod on Lateral filing - in cabinets and on
shelves - developed out of the need to keep certain papers close at hand in the
performance of a job , something that was often difficult or inconvenient with
Role legitimation Initiation of an activity , whether in lateral or in vertical relations ,
must be perceived by the manager as legitimate if it is to provide some basis for
his or her acceptance . The traditional sources of legitimation are ( 1 ) positional ...
progression of alternatives , seeking always the solution that is right , lateral
thinking proceeds by provocative leaps in unlikely directions , seeking what can
be used in an idea rather than accepting or rejecting the whole idea outright .
Author: Carol Kennedy
Publisher: Random House Business Books
Category: Business & Economics
A guide to the ideas of leading management thinkers includes entries which range from classic gurus such as Henry Gantt and the Gilbreth time-and-motion pioneers to the thinkers influencing twenty-first century business.
Pulmonary function at diagnosis of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis : Rate of
deterioration . Chest 103 ( 2 ) : 508-13 . ... ( in press ) Management of oral -
pharyngeal dysphagia symptoms in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis . Strong , M. J. ,
A. J. Hudson ...
Author: Kathryn M. Yorkston
Publisher: Academic Press
The ability to communicate is critical for people with life-threatening conditions. With loss of communication, they can no longer control their health care, make necessary financial and legal arrangements, or remain close to the family and friends whose support they desperately need. The ability to eat safely is no less critical. When eating becomes so difficult that it loses all enjoyment, patients usually eat too little and their health rapidly declines. These two vital aspects of managing a degenerative disease are typically the responsibility of the speech-language pathologist. Yorkston, Miller, and Strand, speech-language pathologists at a neuromuscular speech and swallowing disorders clinic, set forth the state-of-the-art in compassionate and effective speech and swallowing intervention for four degenerative diseases: amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), Parkinson's disease, Huntington's disease, and multiple sclerosis (MS). Because restoration of normal speech is an unrealistic goal, the authors emphasize ways to preserve functional communication. They present compensatory techniques for the typical features of each dysarthria and illustrate how to introduce augmentative communication gradually to supplement natural speech, ensuring a smooth transition to nonvocal communication. The authors stress the importance of maintaining adequate hydration and caloric intake in the face of progressive dysphagia. For each stage of involvement, they suggest compensatory strategies and dietary modifications you can implement to allow the patient to eat as safely and independently as possible. You'll read about the different feeding tube options and the transition to supplementary tubefeedings, then to complete alimentation by tube. You'll find scales for rating the deterioration of speech and swallowing in ALS, Parkinson's disease, Huntington's disease, and MS, plus reproducible clinical interview and evaluation forms. The patient and family education section provides handouts about normal speech and swallowing, information about each of the four diseases, and compensatory techniques for speech and swallowing that you can customize for each individual. With Management of Speech and Swallowing in Degenerative Diseases, Yorkston, Miller, and Strand have made an important contribution to improving the quality of care and the quality of life for people living with progressive neuromuscular disease.
Lateral relations An alternative way of increasing a project organization ' s
information processing capacity is to add additional management roles which
provide lateral relations between teams at the same level in the management
The concept of lateral thinking is essential for efficient management , since management needs to get out of the rut ” in relation to its treatment of the problem
with which it is confronted . The creative approach , formalised by lateral thinking
Shape and direction of the superior articular surfaces of the zygapophyseal joints
in the spine Direction of superior facets Upwards and medial Upwards and lateral
Upwards and backwards Backwards , slightly upwards and lateral Backwards ...
Author: Nicola J. Petty
Expert clinicians are those who have excellent communication, technical and clinical reasoning skills. The theory and principles that underpin those skills are discussed in order to help therapists at all levels master the principles of patient treatmentand learn to adapt techniques to suit the needs of individual patients.