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Dear whom it may concern,
I'm curious if there will be a continuation of the EDEN ISS project within Horizon 2020 Framework?
Best regards,
Communications Manager
Scarab Development AB
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Thanks! / Pehr
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Actually, for every text to be translated there is a kind of translation that's very suitable for that text. For example, scientific texts should be semantically translated because the accuracy of meaning in such a case is of top priority.Literary Texts, on the other hand, can be communicatively managed. In other words, the meaning in this case is not of top priority but it goes hand in hand with the form which is very important too.
It could be added that political discourse is characterized by a lot of playing on words' meanings. In other words, politicians, in most situations, try to use certain words and expressions with opposite meanings. Such being the case, the pragmatic approach should be depended on when it comes to rendering political discourse.
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Translated into what?
And how?
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I would like to study about the use of instant messaging groups for the staff in boarding schools and it impact in the HR Management.
Thanks for any info you can provide me!
Cristina
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Uhbiyati, N. (2015) 'A competency-based model of the human resource development management of ustadz at salaf boarding school', International Journal of Educational Management 29(5): 695-708.
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Please recommend and share material to cover mentioned below topics. Thanks
a) Project Management
Project Management, Processes Integration Management, Project Plan Development, Project Plan Execution and Overall Change Control, PERT, Gantt Chart, CPM
b) Scope Management
Initiation, Scope Planning, Scope Definition, Scope Verification and Scope Change Control.
c) Communications Management
Communications Planning, Information Distribution, Performance Reporting and Administrative Closure.
d) Risk Management
Risk Identification, Risk Quantification, Risk Response Development and Risk Response Control.
e) Statistical Techniques All statistical techniques related to Planning & Research
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Project Management (PMbok) will encompass Scope Management, Communication Management and Risk Management, and Research methods would cover Statistical Technique for Planning & research (Research methods by Ranjit Kumar)
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Good Morning.
I have an assignment based on the project management and they told us to write a report based on the topic given above on a particular social media company.
I would be very appreciated with you help..
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Hi Jacklyn,
Here's a book which I thought it can help you with your group project.
Book title and description are given below:
Global Project Management
Communication, Collaboration and Management Across Borders
By Jean Binder
Edition 1st Edition
First Published 28 October 2007
eBook Published 22 April 2016
Pub. location London
Imprint Routledge
Pages 312 pages
eBook ISBN 9781317127369
Subjects Economics, Finance, Business & Industry
Hope you can find some useful information to begin with your group project.....haahhahahha
Best Regards.
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I am planning to do my master's degree research in blogging, web content writing and in order to make it more practical and worthwhile I need some advice. As for me, I would like to analyse the language of blogs in IT or business world, focusing on semantic and structural features, or else I can diverge to pragmatics and study the persuasive component of web content.
P.S. I am studying Business Communications, the main subjects are Business English, Visual Communication, Marketing, Effective Business Communication Management, Persuasion and culture.
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Before you plan how to do content analysis, you must first identify a PROBLEM that you want to address with your study. "Businesses need to better understand _________."
Then develop specific research questions that will help solve the problem.
Once you know your research questions, develop a kind of content analysis to answer each question.
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By technics I mean physcial means, spiritual means.
I am undertaking a scientific research : How will the Orator ' technics, applied by mangers, employees, salemen, executive ..., contribute to the performance of an organization by enhancing human relation for more cooperation.
"Alone one can go faster, but several can run more distance"
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Ethos, Logos, Pathos: Ethics and credibility of the speakers, logic he employs and emotions he invokes. 
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It would be great to have a comprehensive list of theories in the context of marketing communication (or even in terms of a broader scope). This could be very useful in conceptualization of new research. I am thinking about a list such as this one: https://www.utwente.nl/cw/theorieenoverzicht/Alphabetic%20list%20of%20theories/
Do you have an idea? Thanks a lot in advance!
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Hi Timm, I published a paper entitled "Marketing communication theory: what do the texts teach our students?" This reviewed the theoretical foundations of over 100 marketing and marketing communications texts. I've attached a copy. Let me know if it meets your needs. Best wishes, Francis
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The Checklist of Communicative Responses/Acts Score Sheet (CRASS) is used in evaluation of music on autism. I really need it for my research
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Thanks for your help :)
That would be a good place to start looking
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I would like to gather information based on research that specifically addresses how the implementation of business etiquette practices can improve communication between employees of all levels. I'd also like to know if there are any studies which measure the impact of business etiquette on employee morale.
This information and data will be used to support statements used in business etiquette trainings for the purpose of demonstrating the value of acquiring this type of knowledge and to encourage organizations to utilize proper business etiquette practices.  
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What is clear is that the modelling of desirable behaviours by the leadership of any organization is important-
Hence if there is a plan to instil a culture of 'business etiquette' within the organization then it is essential that the leadership understand what their role is in the process. Another term for this is civility.
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Imagine an article published in 2013 has been cited 12 times, is this good? What does this reflect in terms of the citation trend for this particular article? More importantly, how many citations does it take to indicate an academic article is influential?
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It also depends on the context in which the paper has been cited: e.g. consider these 3 options:
1) This topic has been studied by A (2012), B (2010) and...;
2) A (2012) was the first to use this method. Our paper is based on this method;
3) Some authors (for instance, A 2012) have mistakenly assumed/proposed that...
So, to get 10 citations of type 2) is certainly great, but type 3) is something almost no researcher wants to get.
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When a paper is cited frequently but is published in a lesser-known journal, these biases can cause real problems for tenure and promotion committees, department heads and deans when they evaluate those up for promotion, tenure and merit pay increases. Therefore, how often does a paper need to be cited before it has a meaningful influence in the academic literature? Moreover, does a frequently cited article trump the journal's reputation in which it is published?
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I agree with @Dean Whitehead and like to add the following:
It depends on the committee deciding. However, if I have to make a decision, I would prefer the more cited paper regardless of the impact factor in which that article has been published.    
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There is a growing literature on impression management, both assertive and defensive strategies. For example, the mere placement of items on a desk, layout of office furnishings and wall decorations can convey meaning to others. Moreover, some people use objects ("expressive equipment") to convey positive images to others. Image is extremely important, especially in a business environment. A cluttered desk might cause others to have an adverse (undesirable) impression of an employee. Therefore, do neat employees perform better than employees with cluttered work spaces? Is there any correlation between a neat or cluttered work space and an employee's performance?
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I have read that employees who decorated their workspace tended to be more engaged or committed than those who did not, but not sure about clutter.
Clutter can take many forms, and it can reflect someone who 1) is really active, working hard, and is highly involved in projects, or 2) someone who is not organized, doesn't care about their workspace and isn't engaged. I think more definition of "clutter" would be necessary to really generate a viable hypothesis on this one.
hope that helps!
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Impact of project features on communication management
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How do we measure this communication challenges?
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The management of silence is a form of the management of communication.
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Absolutely! Often we rush to give the public an answer in order to placate the public's need for information. Transparency with the public is best handled by formulating an appropriate answer with appropriate amounts of information as the situation warrants. Complete silence is never warranted. The public at the very least has the right to a response. This is where tone is critical. The public is not always entitled to the whole picture in particular with regard to sensitive information. But they are entitled to the truth. And Sometimes the truth is you don't have all the answers yet. Reassuring the public that you wish to give them the facts as they emerge and are verified sends the proper message that we care about the truth and not our image. It is okay not to have the answers. It is never okay to give the public what they want to hear at the cost of organizational integrity. Timely but truthful is the best course. Respond in a timely fashion and keep the public continually informed as information is uncovered. Continue to respond as questions arise. In this way trust is built the public will remember you for.
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Employees from the higher education institutions
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Ed's Galileo analysis system is really interesting approach. I think it will help org track and evaluate employees perception and cognition.
Also, if you are interested, I think, ECBs (employees communicative behaviors) would another dimensions regarding their organization and the 'way' it handles the changing process. I guest edited a special issue, International Journal of Strategic Communication, there s a study done with Alessandra Mazzei on the strategic value of ECBs during crisis/issues.
Mazzei, A., Kim,* J.-N., Dell’Oro, C. (2012). Strategic value of employee relationships and communicative actions: Overcoming corporate crisis with quality internal communication. International Journal of Strategic Communication, 6(1), 31-44.
Kim,* J.-N. (2012). Special issue – Strategic values of relationships and the communicative actions of strategic publics. International Journal of Strategic Communication, 6(1).
I developed, some ECB concepts, 'megaphoning', 'scouting', and 'micro boundary spanning'. These measures display (communicative) behavioral characteristics of employees based on their perception, cognition, evaluation of the organization change. You should also look at what would influence employee pereception/cognitin on the process of org changes from IABC Excellence study led by Jim and Lauri Grunig and Dave Dozier (2002) -- symmetry, relationship (history), org culture, structure, leadership, etc.
Kim,* J.-N., & Rhee, Y. (2011). Strategic thinking about employee communication behavior (ECB) in public relations: Testing the models of megaphoning and scouting effects in Korea. Journal of Public Relations Research, 23(3), 243-268.
Good luck on your research.
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Any text, previous researches or ideas?
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Dear collegues,
I have a quite different point of view on this issue. The conventional frames of the corporate business limit the creativity of the artists, but at the same time they create the following challenge to artists: how to deal with pragmatic goals of corporate business without loosing creativity? I mean: how can artist be even more creative in order to adapt the market to himself goals? In my opinio, the answer is twofold:
1. In the first stage, when the artist is not yet consagrated, he can follow to opposite paths:
a) To adopt a high level of compromise with the criteria of industry; or
b) to refuse any compromise with these criteria...
Only after reaching success (following one of these opposite paths), and already beeing famous, the artist can pass to the next stage;
2. A famous artist can take the control on all the marketing tools ir order to decide how to interact with the creative industry. If a famous artist what to be really creative, this is his own business...
As an example, I can suggest Joana Vasconcelos, a portuguese artist Joana Vasconcelos: http://www.joanavasconcelos.com/biografia_en.aspx