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Takemusu Aiki: Insights into Optimizing Ideational Flow
This paper will investigate how designers can connect broader understandings of ‘leadership’with specific design knowledge to enhance creative performance. The emphasis is on how designers can potentially ‘manage’ their ...
The (un)happiness of knowledge and the knowledge of (un)happiness: Happiness research and policies for knowledge-based economies
This paper explores the current state and interfaces of two broad policy discourses, i.e. that of policies for knowledge-based economies (KBEs) and policy implications of happiness research, which so far have exhibited ...
Use Cases for Abnormal Behaviour Detection in Smart Homes
While people have many ideas about how a smart home should react to particular behaviours from their inhabitant, there seems to have been relatively little attempt to organise this systematically. In this paper, we attempt ...
Minding our ps and qs: Issues of property, provenance, quantity and quality in institutional repositories
(International Association of Technological University Libraries, 2008)
The development of institutional repositories has opened the path to the mass availability of peer-reviewed scholarly information and the extension of information democracy to the academic domain. A secondary space of ...
Gerce, Hungary - Tapolca basalt formation (a) and pula alginite formation
(Regional Committee on Mediterranean Neogene Stratigraphy, 2005)
The three INGs: Recruiting, training and retaining
The purpose of this paper is to address the problem of firstly how we recruit Maori to our profession, train them in the range of skills required to be successful and lastly how to stop them leaving the profession. The ...
Comedy, pain and nonsense at the Red Moon Cafe: The Little Tramp's death by service work in Modern Times
This paper was originally presented at the Art of Management Conference, in Paris in 2004. The paper is an essay about The Red Moon Cafe scene in Charlie Chaplin's masterpeiece, Modern Times (1936). In this scene, famous ...
Integrating content-based language learning and intercultural learning online: An international eGrops collaboration
Learning language through content in the tertiary context presents a challenge in that language teachers, particularly in EAP/ESP contexts, are not necessarily experts in their students’ speciality subject areas, while ...