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Managing Stakeholder Expectations for Project Success

Title : Managing Stakeholder Expectations for Project Success
Author : Ori Schibi
Publisher: J. Ross Publishing
Total pages: 360 pages
ISBN: 1604270861

Managing Stakeholder Expectations for Project Success provides a practical approach to managing those things that matter most for project success—stakeholder expectations, communication, risk, change, and quality—so that scope, schedule, and cost end up on target and the project’s intended benefits for the organization are realized. This unique desk reference shows how to utilize the best practices, concepts, and methodologies found in PMI’s PMBOK® Guide, along with a few concepts from APMG’s PRINCE2, and leverage them in the context of organizational challenges and project realities. It features new methods for successful project management that focus on understanding and managing stakeholders’ needs and expectations, communication, time management, and organizational politics and culture. The book’s content and design also make it a valuable resource for PMP® certification. J. Ross Publishing offers an add-on at a nominal cost — Downloadable, customizable tools, presentations and templates ready for immediate implementation.

En boven de polder de hemel. Een antropologische studie van een Nederlands dorp 1850-1971

Title : En boven de polder de hemel. Een antropologische studie van een Nederlands dorp 1850-1971
Author : N.A
Publisher: Het Spinhuis
Total pages: 269 pages
ISBN: 9789055892334

Jessica Stockholder

Title : Jessica Stockholder
Author : John Miller,Witte de With, centrum voor hedendaagse kunst,University of Chicago. Renaissance Society
Publisher: Renaissance Society
Total pages: 47 pages

A Practical Guide to Heart Failure in Older People

Title : A Practical Guide to Heart Failure in Older People
Author : Chris Ward,Miles Witham
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Total pages: 294 pages
ISBN: 9780470742938

Heart failure is effectively a disease of older people. Eighty percent of patients are over 65 years old, and the majority of these are over 75. This figure is likely to increase significantly in the next two decades. The prognosis is worse than that of most cancers and heart failure is the commonest reason for hospital admission in the over 65s. The problems associated with treating heart failure in older patients are more diverse and complex than in those who are younger. The diagnosis in older patients is easily overlooked and as they were excluded from most heart failure treatment trials there has been a reluctance to treat them optimally (fewer than 20% are prescribed conventional medicines). They have multiple co-morbidities which are poorly managed, they are repeatedly hospitalised, and suffer social isolation. These important age-related treatment and management problems have been largely ignored and this book aims to redress the balance. It provides a concise, comprehensive account of the epidemiology, pathogenesis, diagnosis, treatment, management and end-of-life care of elderly patients with heart failure, based on published studies. A Practical Guide to Heart Failure in Older People is essential reading for geriatricians, cardiologists, general hospital physicians, family practitioners and specialist nurses. • Specifically addresses the particular needs of the elderly, a largely ignored group who constitute the majority of patients with heart failure • Presents a concise yet comprehensive account of the evidence relating to the diagnosis, treatment and management of heart failure in this population • Improves awareness of the various roles within the management team

Research Handbook on Shareholder Power

Title : Research Handbook on Shareholder Power
Author : Jennifer G. Hill,Randall S. Thomas
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing
Total pages: 640 pages
ISBN: 1782546855

Much of the history of corporate law has concerned itself not with shareholder power, but rather with its absence. Recent shifts in capital market structure require a reassessment of the role and power of shareholders. These original, specially commiss

Group and Individual Work with Older People

Title : Group and Individual Work with Older People
Author : Swee Hong Chia,Julie Healthcote,Jane Marie Hibberd
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Total pages: 204 pages
ISBN: 1849051283

"Being active is fundamental to a person's sense of physical and mental wellbeing, and the need to engage in purposeful and meaningful activity does not diminish with age. However, common effects of ageing, such as reduced vision and hearing, arthritis, dementia, and in some cases social isolation, can affect an older person's ability to participate in therapeutic and recreational activities. Introducing the concept of PIE (Planning, Implementation and Evaluation), this practical resource will enable professionals working with older people to initiate and run successful activity-based programmes with their clients, either individually or in groups. The authors guide the reader through the processes of group and individual work, and provide step-by-step instructions for a range of activities, including arts and crafts, music, drama, movement, relaxation, reminiscence, and day-to-day tasks such as taking care of personal hygiene and preparing food and drinks. The book also describes the importance of assessing and evaluating activity-based work, with examples of completed evaluation and assessment forms. Useful case studies and self-reflective activities for the facilitator are included throughout. This book will be an invaluable for occupational therapists, creative arts therapists, health and social care practitioners and all other professionals working with older people."--Publisher's website.

Smoldering Hunger: Part 4

Title : Smoldering Hunger: Part 4
Author : Donna Grant
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
Total pages: 90 pages
ISBN: 1466883790

The breathtaking conclusion to New York Times bestselling author Donna Grant's Dark Kings e-series! Each kiss was like a wrecking ball, smashing through the walls she had erected around herself... Tempting fate. Craving desire. And danger looms all the while for Sophie. Darius once made a vow to protect the woman who consumed him-body and soul. But can Sophie still trust the notorious dragon shapeshifter? She is running out of time...and straight into his arms. But will Darius be there to rescue her? How far will he go to prove his love? Read all four parts of this sensation e-series-and look for the full volume of Smoldering Hunger from St. Martin's Paperbacks.

Adoption of Agricultural Innovations by Smallholder Farmers In the Context of HIV/AIDS

Title : Adoption of Agricultural Innovations by Smallholder Farmers In the Context of HIV/AIDS
Author : Faith Njeri Nguthi
Publisher: Wageningen Academic Pub
Total pages: 215 pages
ISBN: 9086860699

Nguthi has spent most of her career as an agricultural researcher in her native Kenya, but was awarded a scholarship to complete a doctorate degree at Wageningen University, the Netherlands; here is the dissertation she defended in June 2007. In it she presents a case study of the potential for technological innovation to mitigate the effects of the labor shortage in agriculture caused by the high incidence of HIV/AIDS in rural areas, and the impact of the disease on the adoption of innovation. Distributed in the US by Enfield.

I Was So Much Older Then

Title : I Was So Much Older Then
Author : Ed Davis
Publisher: Disc-Us Books
Total pages: 245 pages
ISBN: 9781584442691

Educational Activity Programs for Older Adults

Title : Educational Activity Programs for Older Adults
Author : Janice Williams,Janet C Downs
Publisher: Routledge
Total pages: 312 pages
ISBN: 1317840569

If you have ever found yourself frustrated by the lack of printed materials for ideas to be used in conducting classes or activities with older adults, look no more! Educational Activity Programs for Older Adults is an innovative guide for planning programs that meet the social, recreational, rehabilitative, and educational needs of older adults. This valuable resource includes detailed instructions for two activity programs and a list of events for each month of the year. Particular emphasis is placed on holidays and the events surrounding them, with every possible detail provided--history and culture, program overview, preparation, arts and crafts activities, and music, food, and costume ideas. The resourceful and skilled authors have also included a list of topics for every day of the month, which the creative activity professional can use to plan additional activities or generate discussions. Use this practical volume to offer new, unique, and effective instructional programs for older adults. The variety of the activities illustrates the wide range of choices and the limitless creativity you can use in program planning. The focus is on the individual and what benefits him or her most. You will learn how to prepare for each project and how to teach it--with step-by-step descriptions. Educational Activity Programs for Older Adults is a comprehensive book that gives you a wealth of ideas for flexible and fun projects that will motivate and educate the older adults with whom you work. Highlights of this useful book . . . theories related to aging that provide general background knowledge two activity programs and list of events for each month of the year a list of monthly events that contains at least one topic for every day of the month educational, stimulating, and fun activities for program participants and their instructors complete details of activities that develop specific motor skills and cognitive functioning in older persons an overview of the background of each holiday, as well as a thorough explanation of how to implement the program flexible programs to meet the needs of older adults step-by-step instructions for planning and teaching each activity lists of convenient materials for each project ideas for arts and crafts activities, music, and food that are appropriate for each holiday celebration ideas for activities that encourage individual participation, enabling older adults to express their interests, talents, and areas of expertise

Probing the Assistant (First Time Gay Taboo Older Man Medical Menage Erotica)

Title : Probing the Assistant (First Time Gay Taboo Older Man Medical Menage Erotica)
Author : S M Partlowe
Publisher: The Red Spot Press
Total pages: 30 pages
ISBN: 1370075227

It isn't until he's spread helpless across the exam table that he finds out just how impatiently the doctors have been waiting to get their hands on him ... John likes to joke around, and as a medical assistant at the Rutherford Clinic he enjoys teasing the doctors about what they're doing with their male patients in those exam rooms all the time. Now the hospital administrators have discovered he's out of date for his own medical check-ups, and won't let him work until he's been brought up to date. He doesn't know how he feels about the prospect of becoming the subject of the doctor's attentions, but the handsome, well-hung doctors certainly know how they feel about him. Reader Advisory: This story is for mature audiences only and features intensely erotic situations, first time gay experiences, multiple partners and rough group sex, a highly erotic medical examination, anal sex, a dominant older man and the increasingly submissive, receptive young patient. All characters are 18 or older.

Occupational Therapy and Older People

Title : Occupational Therapy and Older People
Author : Anita Atwal,Ann McIntyre
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Total pages: 280 pages
ISBN: 1118556143

This book locates older people as major clients of occupational therapy services. It provides a comprehensive resource for students and a basic working reference for clinicians. The book encompasses current theories, debates and challenges which occupational therapists need to engage in if they are to provide pro-active and promotional approaches to ageing. Detailed coverage of bodily structures, functions and pathologies leads onto chapters dedicated to activity, occupation and participation. The ethos of the book is to inspire innovation in the practice of occupational therapy with older people, promoting successful ageing that entails control and empowerment. This new edition has been fully revised and updated. In addition brand new material has been included on occupational transitions (retirement, frailty and end of life); user perspectives; public health including advocacy, enablement and empowerment; people entering old age with disability and mental health conditions; visual impairment; assistive technology driving and ageism.

Evidence-Based Behavioral Health Practices for Older Adults

Title : Evidence-Based Behavioral Health Practices for Older Adults
Author : Hongtu Chen, PhD,Jane Fisher, PhD,John McIntyre, MD,Sue E. Levkoff, ScD
Publisher: Springer Publishing Company
Total pages: 256 pages
ISBN: 9780826169662

Improve Service Delivery with New Evidence-Based Guidelines Geared to improve service delivery in the care of older adults, this new and more authoritative approach to practice and management is supported by the latest evidence-based guidelines from the leading experts in the field. For the first time, behavioral health care providers can gain access to a more reliable source for implementing and improving service delivery protocols and practices. This new guide applies evidence-based criteria to the following patient care and management needs to help you: Select an Evidence-Based Practice (EBP) Assess Feasibility Manage Quality Create a Culturally Grounded Practice Assess and Treat Depression, Anxiety, and Substance Use Disorders Assess and Treat Dementia and Schizophrenia Review by Service Delivery Process Review within Special Settings Create More Sustainable Services Written primarily for program administrators and clinical supervisors, health care professionals in mental health and geriatric services, and teachers and students in the field of geriatric health care, much of the timely information contained in this book can be used as a reference for evidence-based geriatric behavioral health by people who work with elderly clients with mental health needs.

Solder Joint Technology

Title : Solder Joint Technology
Author : King-Ning Tu
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Total pages: 370 pages
ISBN: 0387388923

The European Union’s directive banning the use of lead-based (Pb) solders in electronic consumer products has created an urgent need for research on solder joint behavior under various driving forces in electronic manufacturing, and for development of lead-free solders. This book provides a comprehensive examination of advanced materials reliability issues related to copper-tin reaction and electromigration in solder joints, and presents methods for preventing common reliablity problems.

The Making of Shareholder Welfare Society

Title : The Making of Shareholder Welfare Society
Author : Alexander Styhre
Publisher: Routledge
Total pages: 242 pages
ISBN: 1351796461

The Making of Shareholder Welfare Society traces and accounts for the debates and discussions between law and economics scholars and mainstream legal scholars, management theorists, and economic sociologists. This is done in detail to demonstrate that the shareholder welfare society was built from the bottom up, beginning with theoretical propositions regarding alleged market efficiencies and leading all the way to the idea that a society characterized by economic freedom and efficiency maximization pave the way for uncompromised shareholder welfare, in turn being good for everyone. This book is of relevance for a variety of readers, including graduate students, management scholars, policy-makers, and management consultants, as well as those that are concerned about how the economic system of competitive capitalism is now in a position where it is riddled by doubts and concern, not the least as the levels of economic inequality is soaring. It addresses the topics with regard to corporate governance, accounting and society and will be of interest to researchers, academics, students, and members of the general public that are concerned about the economic system of competitive capitalism.

In the Eye of the Beholder

Title : In the Eye of the Beholder
Author : Jeffrey Archer
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Total pages: 32 pages
ISBN: 1429958863

Previously published in the anthology Cat O'Nine Tales, this is the story of a star athlete who has a fateful run-in with a three-hundred pound woman. One of the author's own personal favorites, In the Eye of the Beholder is Jeffrey Archer at his best—witty, suspenseful, sad, surprising, and unforgettable.

Solder Achieved

Title : Solder Achieved
Author : Robert D. Hack
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Total pages: 419 pages
ISBN: 1456851691

Belief is the answer. The territory of Lan Lumen fell almost five thousand years ago to the forces of the Dark One’s Lieutenant, the Dark Seneschal. A being from another realm of existence Using his Flawed, his Dark Flow, and his Bone Strippers he exterminated the Halfling race, trapped the Holys and then exterminated the Human race. Permanently unbalancing the Earth Mother and this Realm of existence. Using the conquered six Prime Races of the Dark from already conquered Lan Atriam against the remaining four Prime Races of the Light he systematically attacked and destroyed or occupied each of their Ancestral Homes crumbling their power and weakening the Earth Mother even more. The Faerie Grove was destroyed , it’s Archnoid sunk into the swamp. Crushing the Faerie and scattering them across the South Lands to fend for themselves. The Halfling City of Dulamar became the Dark Seneschal’s capital and the Halfling Archnode was encased in stone. The City of the Gnomes ,Wiseholm Rectory was occupied and enslaved. But the Archnode was hidden and remains undiscovered to this day. The Elven Ancestral fortress of Mia Tera fought bravely but with out her allies she eventually fell. The Elven Royals were able to escape and fled to the Secluded Vale in the Barrier Mountains where they remain hidden. But Mia Tera was Occupied by the Dark Ones and her Archnode covered from the Earth Mothers Eyes. Domitable the Great Dwarven Fortress fought on for five seasons they resisted till they were betrayed from within and the fortress fell. It too is now occupied and it’s Archnode hidden from the light. Of all the Ancestral Homes of the Prime Races of the Light only Atalan the Ancestral Home of the Humans remains untouched. Though not for lack of trying. Atalan is protected by Hawser and the other five Ore Guardians. when the Dark Seneschal attacked. Hawser alone defeated them in short order. The Seneschal sent his Flawed his Dark Flow and even his elite Bone Strippers, all creatures not of this realm, and Hawser defeated them. Finally the Dark Seneschal decided since there were no more Humans and the Ore Guardians had to stay near Atalan. There was no threat here and he withdrew. The Humans were gone from the realm so the Atalan Archnode dimmed and ceased to function as well. Even the Human’s allies the Wolves and the Gryphons pulled back from any conflict to their strong places. The Wolves staying to their traditional hunting grounds and the Gryphons to their plateau aerie fading completely from the memory of many. The attack was efficient and succeeded. Lan Lumen became the Dark Seneschal’s to do with as he pleased. But he had made one error. When he destroyed the Halflings and before the final battle with the Humans he cast a spell to trap the Holys the spiritual guide for each of the twelve Prime Races. He however mistakenly believed that because the Halflings were extinct their Holy was dead as well. His casting trapped eleven of the Holys, but there were still twelve. Since each Holy was trapped where he or she was at the time of the casting The Earth Mother, her powers dwindling, was only able to hide their location from the Dark Seneschal. He knows the are trapped but not where to find them. But he searches. For five thousand years he searches. Because he knows the killing of a Holy is an imbalance the Earth Mother can never repair. When a Holy dies she is gone forever. An Elven princess of both warrior and spiritual cast, a Faerie Swords Master and three Tarc, disgraced ones who accompany them hoping to reach achieved status and gain the honored rank of Arc, and the last Holy. These six form a team. Their task is to find and then expedite the repopulation of Lan Lumen with Humans. A realm where some animals are as intelligent as the Prime Races. Where oceans are bodies of water and seas are living things. Where creatures of legend and prehistory live. The realm of the ancient scholar Dar

Using Picture Books with Older Students

Title : Using Picture Books with Older Students
Author : Joyce Roberts,Tammy Watanabe Hall
Total pages: N.A pages
ISBN: 9781883055127

The History and Antiquities of the Seigniory of Holderness

Title : The History and Antiquities of the Seigniory of Holderness
Author : George Poulson
Total pages: N.A pages


Title : Smolder
Author : Lacey Weatherford
Publisher: Moonstruck Media
Total pages: 314 pages

Lovers of the USA TODAY Bestselling Crush Series will fall in love with this companion novel featuring beloved character Russ Weston. **(Note: This book CAN be read as a stand alone novel, however it will have spoilers to the previous three books, Crush, Smitten, & Love, that make up the initial Crush series.) **Recommended for ages 18+ for mild mature themes. Overview: Russ knew true love existed—he’d seen it first hand—he simply didn’t believe it existed for him. And then she walked into his life. Russ didn’t know what had hit him . . . all he knew was that she made him burn. Blurb: The last thing Russ Weston ever wanted was to be called a hero. A normal guy, out doing the job he was trained to do, he’s nothing special—at least he doesn’t think so. All that changes, though, on the day he rescues renowned psychiatrist, Evelyn McKnight, from drowning. Suddenly thrown in the spotlight, Russ becomes the center of media frenzy and he hates it. One thing he doesn’t hate, however, is the good doctor. Unable to deny the sparks between them, Russ wants Evie in a bad way. Unfortunately for him, Evie seems determined to continue nursing the broken heart she’s been clinging to for years, since the death of her fiancé. Always up for a good challenge, Russ pursues her anyway, steadily chipping away at her walls of resistance. Just when he thinks he finally has her in his grasp, everything falls apart and Russ discovers that love can be messy, messy, messy. Desperately trying to pick up the pieces, Russ realizes sometimes when you love someone you have to set them free—even if doing so may cost him Evie, permanently.