This SharePoint webinar is from EPMLive http://workengine.com/Community/Pages/Webinars.aspx and describes Resource Management in SharePoint. If you use SharePoint and need to understand Resource Management, just watch the video. If you need more information about SharePoint Project Management, visit this page to see the rest of our webinars: http://workengine.com/Community/Pages/Webinars.aspx
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From the covered bridge on Tawes Drive, following the trail northward to the bridge at Black Bridge Road, along the eastern bank of Big Elk Creek, stopping every once in a while. (This trail is a shared portion of Green Trail and Blue Diamond Trail.) Approxiate coordinates of starting position: 39.70968, -75.83723 Approxiate coordinates of ending position: 39.71320, -75.83661
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Visit http://www.LeadershipDevelopmentWorkshops.com for more on Leadership Training with Roger Reece. As leaders, we are all resource managers. The effect of great leadership is to inspire the people around you to do more and to work at a higher standard than they would otherwise on their own. There is a level of "discretionary effort" between what is acceptable to remain employed, and the best that a person can do, and that difference is directly the result of active engagement and a feeling of personal investment in one's work - an energy level fueled by the sense of value that comes from rewards not directly tied to a paycheck.The mission of the leader is to tap into that energy source of inspiration. Effective leadership, then, shows its results very clearly in the increased productivity and greater output of a team, and the feeling of loyalty to the organization and higher degree of self-management displayed by individual team-members to the work at hand.
Views: 388 Roger Reece
Our research is focused the major challenges we face in the sustainable management of water, It draws together multidisciplinary teams - from scientists and engineers to town planners and architects - to work on all aspects of the water cycle, from catchment science to water and waste water infrastructure. We work in close partnership with Government departments, non Governmental organisations and industry partners: supporting evidence based decision making, providing access to unique world leading facilities, commercialising new technologies and supplying the next generation of scientists and engineers (http://www.researchatsheffield.co.uk).
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The book "Duct Tape Teambuilding Games" by Tom Heck contains complete lead-it-yourself instructions for this game and 49 other duct tape teambuilding games. http://www.DuctTapeTeambuildingGames.com Free teambuilding games and other teamwork resources at the International Association of Teamwork Facilitators http://www.IATFconnect.com
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Smart Resources Temporary Staffing and Accountable Search: http://www.smartstaffing.com/index.html. Our funny take on exactly what we DON'T want to have happen to a temporary employee of ours. Smart Resources, Inc. and Accountable Search strive to make the experience for our candidates a remarkable one For more information on HOW to treat temporary employees call 312-696-5306
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Language - Hindi and English Length - 33 mins Watershed Development -- Gabion Structures is one of the set of 5 how-to-do films on watershed structures. The film describes very simple, low-cost methods to address the problem of water -- methods that can easily be used by local people, utilising locally available natural resources. It demystifies the seemingly complex technical details of location, design and construction of gabion, an important structure in watershed development. It illustrates the creativity and meticulousness involved in fine-tuning the interventions to match the immense diversity of nature.
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September 27, 2011 -- Everyone talks about it, but not everyone knows exactly where it comes from: funding for roads and bridges in Michigan. The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) has put together this video to explain the main sources of funding for roads and bridges, how funding doesn't go as far as it used to, and ways MDOT is doing more with less.
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How do you construct a walkway along the side of a cliff without affecting the natural beauty of the area? Ask Kent, who designed a suspended walkway 25 storeys over the Capilano River.
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Without Miami-Dade County's Resources Recovery Facility in Doral, there wouldn't be much left of Doral. That's because the purpose of this facility is to reduce waste, not dispose of it. This isn't a landfill. It's a waste to energy plant that is helping power over 40,000 homes and providing a habitat for wildlife; all while keeping the sky above it smoke-free.
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Tandem Radio on The Bridge FM, May 18th with our featured guests... Mark Griffin - Founder of "In His Name HR", a Christian Human Resources Company. With over 20 years of Human Resources experience at both fortune (Kodak, Quaker Oats, and Merck Pharma) as well as small and mid-sized companies, Mark has seen it all.
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http://www.essec.edu/globalmba | Aarti Ramaswami is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Management at ESSEC Business School. She received her Ph.D. in from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University Bloomington and joined ESSEC in 2009. Her research focuses on mentoring relationships, person-environment fit, and cross-cultural issues in these topics. At ESSEC, Aarti teaches the organizational behavior and human resource management courses. __________________________________ Video transcript Good afternoon Aarti, Welcome to the Global MBA Program. Aarti Ramaswami is an Assistant Professor in the Management Department at ESSEC Business School. She has done her Ph.D. from Indiana University Bloomington in 2009. She teaches organizational behavior and human resource management and her research has been on mentoring, mentor/mentee relationship, cross cultural issues and human resource management. Question has been on my mind is why is the mentoring program important for Global MBA participants? How does it enhance their personality and professional development? Firstly, mentoring is a developmental relationship between a senior experienced individual and a junior experienced individual and the senior person invests his or her time, energy and resources for the development of the junior person. At ESSEC, we attract students of extremely high caliber who have high potential and aspirations and sometimes the students require guidance on questions such as what are my options after the Global MBA?, am I making the correct career choices?, what is my professional identity? To answer these questions, it is important to have a mentoring program because it provides a very unique opportunity for the students to connect with, to learn from as well as to develop relationships with people in the industry. These people and the mentors that we have in the program will be real world role models for our students whose career path they wish to emulate. So the value of a mentoring program for the personal and professional development of our MBA students cannot be overemphasized. What is the real value-added for the participants for the Global MBA program when they do the mentoring program that you have designed? The mentoring program for Global MBA Students is a very tangible opportunity for them to combine that academic training with the personal and professional development. Numerous recent studies have shown that those with mentors have higher salaries are much more satisfied with their career progress and they also have higher promotions rates than those who do not have mentors. Every student in the Global MBA will have a mentor who is an experienced executive who has international exposure and experience and they will also be matched based on personal and professional background and interests. This program provides an opportunity for the students to gain clarity on their career goals and activities, to access industry information as well as to develop their business networks. So at the end of the day, the mentoring program is about creating rewarding professional partnerships for our students. What do you think would be the key factors that would make the mentoring program a success for the Global MBA? The success of the mentoring program depends on the success of the mentoring relationships themselves. Some of the key factors that I feel would be involved or the key ingredients in the recipe for the success and sustainability of a mentoring relationship are firstly commitment to the partnership. Both the mentees and the mentors need to be committed to making sure that the relationship works and ensuring that the relationship is beneficial and mutually enriching not just for the mentee but also for the mentor. The second key ingredient is communication. Honest and regular communication between the mentee and mentors through appropriate channels and at the heart of this honest and regular communication is also the clarity of purpose. Why are they in the program? What is the goal of the program for them? What do they want out of it? What are the parameters and boundaries of this relationship? And these need to be discussed over time and in regular fashion between the mentee and the mentor and will facilitate the discussions that they will have between them. Ultimately our goal of course, is to provide the training, the resources as well as an environment so that the mentees and the mentors can have a high quality relationship that can be sustained beyond the life of the program itself.
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This is our (Stéphane Magnenat and Francesco Mondada) entry accepted in the AAAI-11 video competition. This video presents a marXbot robot with a magnetic manipulator performing autonomous construction in an unknown environment with scarce resources, which requires understanding and reasoning about the environment. At the beginning of the experiment, the robot knows neither the geometry nor the topology of the environment. It does not know where the resources are located. The robot does know that building a tower requires three resources, and that a remote resource can be fetched by building a bridge. In the video, the decision to build this specific bridge to fetch the remote resources was the robot's own one, done by reasoning using an HTN planner, whose source code is available at http://gitorious.org/planner9 . More informations about this work are available in my PhD thesis at http://dx.doi.org/10.5075/epfl-thesis-4783 A video explaining the rotating scanner hardware and the lightslam algorithm is available at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mMkRRX7Oxc8 . More information about the Mobots group are available on its web site at http://mobots.epfl.ch . This video is available for download in h264 and webm formats on http://www.archive.org/details/AutonomousConstructionInUnknownEnvironmentsWithScarceResources .
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Untapped Resources is a multi-discipline, design and advertising firm. We build momentum by enhancing the planning, design, delivery, and ongoing management of any communication or consumer touch-point. We sell custom solutions not individual services. Choose to work with us and you will enjoy more sales opportunities, higher rates of sales conversions, less time managing ongoing marketing tasks, and a significant reduction in production costs.
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No longer should EPM be a bolt-on to generate reports you couldn't get out of your ERP implementation. The market is shifting to truly integrated systems that support much faster, cleaner business processes. Companies that separate design and maintenance of ERP and EPM systems are struggling to realize ROI and spending too much time reconciling or redoing efforts. With the right vision and toolset, you can achieve the visibility, transparency, and efficiency that once was only talked about but never practiced.
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Madison Ballroom A Thursday 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm Whether it's too much water, too little water, or water of unknown quantity and quality, Refuges across the nation are confronting challenges with the protection and management of their water resources. Learn from experts about water resource issues (current and future); water rights (the good, bad, and ugly); monitoring (let's just automate everything); water quality (maintain waterfowl, not foul water); and climate change impacts. Lead by: Tim Mayer, Josh Eash
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Natural Resources, a new performance and installation work created by The Bridge Club Collaborative will feature two liquid substances: milk and petroleum oil. Each is loaded with multiple metaphoric meanings (i.e., 'mother's milk', 'black gold'), while each is also harvested or extracted from our natural surroundings for human sustenance and consumption. Natural Resources will feature a single, one-night live performance by The Bridge Club. During this performance, the four personae of The Bridge Club, clinically costumed as domestic 'resource workers,' will be engaged in a processing of materials and objects from everyday human domestic life. Objects dipped either in oil or in milk, respectively, will be layered into large, transparent receptacles. As each object is dipped, it will be coated in a simultaneously protective and destructive residue. Following the live performance, the receptacles housing the layered objects will be sealed, allowing the milk and the oil in their respective vitrines to sediment, congeal, rot, and otherwise transform around the domestic materials housed therein. Video footage from multiple projectors will cover the walls of the gallery showing, close-up images of pouring milk and pouring oil, as if the walls themselves were coated in these cascading liquids. Even as the materials in the receptacles begin to decay, the projected liquids will continue to flow, mirroring the dual abundance and loss that characterize our human relationship to the natural world. About The Bridge Club: The Bridge Club is a contemporary visual and performance art collaborative consisting of artists Annie Strader, Huntsville; TX, Christine Owen, Warren; CT, Emily Bivens, Knoxville; TN and Julie Wills, Gunnison; CO. The Bridge Club creates interdisciplinary installation, video, live performance and digital media works that are site- and context-specific, and each work investigates specific local histories, populations, contexts, stereotypes, expectations and conflicts. Performances and installations have taken place in both traditional and nontraditional venues, incorporating and responding to sites such as a hotel room, a city bus, an abandoned storefront, and a Laundromat in addition to the traditional gallery or museum space. Each work is conceived in specific relation to its site and audience. An anonymous collective persona inhabits each of The Bridge Club's works, with each member artist donning wigs, shoes and a variety of carefully selected garments that relate directly to the site and concept of a specific work. The collective presence of the four costumed member artists lends an unsettling normative air to odd or uncomfortable situations, while costuming and object choices create a historical ambiguity of era that addresses change and continuity of gender and interpersonal histories, roles, expectations and behaviors. I n 2009 The Bridge Club received a Visual Artist Network residency grant to create a site-specific work for the National Performance Network's annual meeting and in 2007 The Bridge Club was on the shortlist for the London International Creative Competition. In 2010 The Bridge Club's work was included in "Off the Strip" A New Genres Festival at The Contemporary Art Center in Las Vegas, NV and "Low Lives 2", an exhibition of live webcast video performance works shown in multiple national venues. The Bridge Club's work has been exhibited at 1708 Gallery, Richmond; VA, IDEA space, Colorado Springs; CO and SPACES Gallery, Cleveland; OH. thebridgeclub.net
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http://www.UniversalCargo.com Devin's 7's 7 HR Tips to Managing Your Human Resources Part 4 b - Hiring & Firing In the fourth part of this seven part series, Kamy Eliassi, Managing Director at UCM, leads a panel in a discussion to help with hiring and firing. Kamy sits along with Devin Burke, CEO at UCM, and Scott Jette, CEO at Credo Consulting, and discusses giving opportunities to improve, documenting your reasons, firing first thing in the morning, showing respect and honor, and never burning bridges. We hope you enjoy this series of Devin's 7's. We aim to educate as well as entertain. Feel free to subscribe or interact with us all over the internet via our website, blog, or social media accounts.
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Upon completing the quest "Throne of Miscellania" you earn the right to run the Kingdom. Running this kingdom means, you pay workers on the Island to gather resources for you to use at your own disposal. These resources include items like Tree seeds, Bird's Nests, Gems, Coal, Maple logs, Teak Logs, Mahogany Logs, Swordfish, Tuna, Grimy Herbs, Flax, and more! Different combinations of workers will earn you different things... Running this Kindom isn't hard--anyone can do it(If you meet the requirements to beat the quest) and it's quick money! To start controlling your Empire you will want to travel to Miscellania with either a Ring of Wealth(4), Lunar Spells, or by talking to the Sailor on the most north-western dock in Relleka(Where you do the Fremmenik Trials). Once you get to Miscellania you'll want to head west untill you see a large castle-like structure. Climb up the stairs to the mid level of the castle and look for "Advisor Grim". Upon talking to him, you'll be able to deposit money into an "account". The MAXIMUM amount you can deposit into the account is 7.5m(Which is advised). Everyday the workers will be paid 75k out of the account(assuming your approval is rating of 100%). To gain approval rating you can do a number of things including: Chop maples, take care of the farming patch, and mine coal. After beating the quest "Royal Trouble" you can cross the bridge and chop teaks and mahoganys for approval rating. Which is alot faster------- It is advised that you visit the Kingdom every day and chop a few logs to regain your 100% approval rating------- After about 5 days, you should visit Advisor Grim and collect your resources --- after 5 days you will have lost 375k coins from the account, and you will have gained about 2-3m depending on the amount of nests you get, and what seeds are in those nests. ----That about sums it up :) TRY THIS if you want an easy, and stable way of expanding your cash pile $ !!
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Follow the Insanity at: https://www.FailedNormal.com Downloadable Podcasts at: https://failednormal.podbean.com iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/failed-normal/id1349818284?mt=2 Info Level: Beginner Presenter: Eli the Computer Guy Date Created: March 23, 2010 Length of Class: 52 Minutes Tracks Servers Prerequisites None Purpose of Class Discusses what servers are and misconceptions about them. Topics Covered Definition of a Server Server Operating Systems Server Hardware Server Functions Class Notes Defining a Server A server provides services to other computers on a network. A server can be an expensive Windows 2008 Server, or a simple Windows XP Home computer with a shared printer. Operating System Server Operating Systems are more stable and secure then Desktop operating Systems Server Operating Systems and their Software are generally much more expensive then Desktop counterparts Server Operating Systems are generally not as easy to administer as Desktop Operating Systems Hardware A Server can use ANY hardware to operate, but Server Hardware is made to be more reliable then desktop hardware. Xeon Processors are standard processors used in servers Redundant Power Supply allow one power Supply to Fail while the Server is Still Running RAID -- Allows for a Hard Drive to fail without crashing the Server ECC RAM is RAM that does a self test. It is more stable then regular RAM, but much more expensive. Types of Servers Software features -- multiple features can be on one box Security and Authentication gives access to network resources Print Servers share printers on a network File Servers share files on a network Web/ FTP Servers provide websites on a network Mail Servers provide email routing for an organization Database Servers store data for outside applications Remote Access Servers allow Internet users to access the internal network. Usually a VPN connection. Final Thoughts... Buy what you need... Many people buy a $5000 server when all they need is a Dell bargain bin system.
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International Human Resource Management Masters student Madina Amanova shares her experiences of Kingston Business School, part of Kingston University London. Kingston University. Find out more at http://www.kingston.ac.uk/postgraduate-course/international-human-resource-management-msc/
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Changes in practices and attitudes in the last half century shaped coastal resource use and management in the Philippines. Today, the country is pushing hard to control the direction of change in favor of sustainable use and development. This documentary is part of the series "Under Construction: The Making of a Coast-wise Nation" produced by Nova Productions International in 2005 for the USAID/DA-BFAR Fisheries Improved for Sustainable Harvest (FISH) Project. The series chronicles the development of coastal resource management in the Philippines, providing an eye-opening glimpse of the practices and attitudes in coastal resource management as they evolved over time, and a testimony of the country's groundbreaking attempts to recast itself as a "coast-wise nation." The opinions expressed here are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of USAID. More information: http://oneocean.org
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Info Level: Beginner Presenter: Eli the Computer Guy Date Created: March 30, 2010 Length of Class: 43 Minutes Tracks Servers Prerequisites None Purpose of Class This class explains the different ways files can be shared within an organization. Topics Covered Standard Permissions Technology of File Sharing Sharing Files Using Web Services Sharing Files in a Workgroup Sharing Files in a Domain Pros and Cons of Ways to Share Files Class Notes Permissions Read, Write, Execute (R-W-X) You can have Write permission without Read permission Windows Servers have up to 15 different permissions How Data is shared SMB -- Server Message Block -- Used in standard shared files/ folders Sync -- A copy is created when original is edited and then merged to the original Library Software -- Allows you to check in and out files Realtime Collaboration -- Multiple people can edit a file at the eact same time Web Services Usually some type of FTP service More chance of sync conflicts if more then one person is editing doc Work Groups Security is set on ever computer Cheaper then buying a "real" file server, but administration can become a nightmare for large deployments Domains Domain Controllers control security and permissions for all computers in the domain. Requires a "real" Windows server which may or may not be cost effective depending on the size of the network and the number of changes that need to be made regularly. Resources Microsoft Mesh Dropbox
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NEW PORT MANN BRIDGE WIDEST BRIDGE IN THE WORLD BRITISH COLUMBIA CANADA AUGUST 27 2011 BCNEWSVIDEO RESOURCES NEEDED TO COMPLETE PROJECT 1,158 pre-cast segments in the approach spans 25,000 tonnes of asphalt used for new bridge deck 116 steel composite segments in the cable‐stay span 45 kilometers of cable 157,000 m3 of concrete 16 km of pile and 5 km of drilled shafts. 28,000 tonnes of re-bar and 13,000 tonnes of structural steel 37 kilometers of onshore Highway 1 widening 3.1 million m3 of earthworks 30 new, 6 rehabilitated structures 100,000 m2 of retaining walls 8,000 person years of employment New 10 lane, 850 m cable-stayed bridge on the Fraser River Crossing 12,000 tonnes of structural steel 157,000 m3 of concrete 1170 m of approaches 288 cables, 251 piles, 108 caissons 2 pylon towers, each 158 m high
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NEW PORT MANN BRIDGE WIDEST BRIDGE IN THE WORLD BRITISH COLUMBIA CANADA TRANS CANADA HWY IMPROVEMENT PROJECT JULY 29 2011 COQUITLAM COPYRIGHT BY BCNEWSVIDEO RESOURCES NEEDED TO COMPLETE PROJECT 1,158 pre-cast segments in the approach spans 25,000 tonnes of asphalt used for new bridge deck 116 steel composite segments in the cable‐stay span 45 kilometers of cable 157,000 m3 of concrete 16 km of pile and 5 km of drilled shafts. 28,000 tonnes of re-bar and 13,000 tonnes of structural steel 37 kilometers of onshore Highway 1 widening 3.1 million m3 of earthworks 30 new, 6 rehabilitated structures 100,000 m2 of retaining walls 8,000 person years of employment New 10 lane, 850 m cable-stayed bridge on the Fraser River Crossing 12,000 tonnes of structural steel 157,000 m3 of concrete 1170 m of approaches 288 cables, 251 piles, 108 caissons 2 pylon towers, each 158 m high
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Are you looking for advisory baord members, new executives, new project managers, engineers or part time task specific resources. GATEWAY Innovation together with Cesab has access to a 20 000 people data base to assist in various types of recruting assignments. Check www.GATEWAYInnovation.com, see picture series for client references and study our matrix methodology also involving HR-development.
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Dan is the CEO of North Highland, an international consulting firm that delivers tactical and strategic business solutions to large corporations in the U.S. and abroad. North Highland uses a very different approach ¬¬— they work locally, only hire experienced people and guarantee their work. Prior to being named CEO, Reardon served as President and COO for North Highland, and as a Vice President heading the company's Process, Strategy, and Enterprise Customer Relationship Management service areas. Reardon has more than 20 years experience in strategic planning, merger integration, organizational change, and operations management. He joined North Highland when there were only 25 employees in Atlanta and has since played an instrumental role in the growth of the company, which is now over 750 professionals in 17 cities. Dan is also CEO of Highland Worldwide, the international arm of North Highland which includes an additional 500 employees in nine countries outside the United States. In addition, he is Chairman of Sparks Grove, a North Highland sister company, launched in 2006. Sparks Grove specializes in Marketing Strategy and Implementation around the customer experience for Fortune 100 companies. In 2007, North Highland launched another sister company, True Bridge Resources, which is a broad based staffing company. Dan is the Chairman and CEO. Prior to joining North Highland in 1997, Reardon was Director of the Southeast Organizational Change Practice for Arthur Andersen Business Consulting in Atlanta. He also spent two years in London helping Andersen start their consulting practice there. During a leave of absence from Andersen, Dan was Operations Manager for a printing company in Northern Ireland. Board Member - Alliance Theater; The North Highland Company, Atlanta International School Member - Business Executives for National Security (BENS); Rotary Club International B.S. Industrial Management, Georgia Institute of Technology Certified Public Accountant About North Highland—North Highland is an international consulting company employing highly experienced, local consultants with a consistent track record of achieving excellent results for their clients. With 17 offices in the U.S. and Europe, North Highland works with the largest corporations in the world. We deliver a full range of business solutions that define strategies, streamline operations, empower people, integrate suppliers, leverage technology and maximize customer interaction. By employing a local delivery model, experienced and trusted advisors (16 years average experience) and guaranteeing our work, our clients experience superior value and better solutions over time.
Views: 2602 Georgia Tech
I just watched the documentary 'Human Resources' which is about experimentation on people for work and control. I find it interesting that I am questioning my tertiary education more only because they gave half the story "Human Resources" Full Length HQ Film http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eOZO7vK7OEo&feature=colike
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Streamed and download versions of the DVDs are available for purchase here: http://drdavebilliards.com/stream_vimeo.html Dr. Dave and Bob Jewett describe, illustrate, and demonstrate how to practice cue ball position control with target pool. This excerpt is from Disc II of "The Video Encyclopedia of Pool Practice" (VEPP). The VEPP series includes over 175 drills in 30 different categories. VEPP provides an organized and methodical training program and pool workout. Disc II covers position control and English. To purchase this DVD or any of our other instructional products, go here: http://DrDaveBilliards.com And for more free online learning resources, go to: http://billiards.colostate.edu
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proRM 2011 is a Business Solutions for Sales, Resource and Project Management. It was designed to fully integrate and complements with Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 to the state of the art business solution. CRM clients have the benefit of essential extended features to the core usability of CRM, such as Contract Management, Contract Condition Management, Quote Configuration and Quote Management. Moreover, proRM delivers professional project administration capabilities enabling assistance in all stages of a project. It is aimed to eliminate any project deviations, starting with sales through project strategy planning down to invoicing. The solution delivers 100% clarity in terms of project forecast and project cycle control. proRM 2011 integrated with Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 covers all phases of the business processes within a single product, without any delays and any media disruption. proRM gives an overview on status, cost and production at any stage of business processes. As part of project accounting proRM provides significant advantages regarding time saving while configuring and finishing quotes for the projects. Additionally the responsible project managers have a higher accuracy in the effort estimation and price calculation. The responsible project managers are able to control workforce management efficiently. Customers confirm a tremendous growth of capacity utilization from 65% to 80% per employee. Therefore the revenue per employee also grows about 15%, whereas the costs are nearly stable. Cross and up-selling revenue rises between 80% and 110%. proRM together with Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 combines all business related activities and therefore gives the business 100% clarity in terms of project forecast and project cycle control. This has been confirmed by several customers. The number of closed deals rises up to 30% and the sales cycles reduces from first contact to the closed deal by 55% for most of our customers. Together with proMX, LIEBHERR one of the largest manufacturers of construction machinery with worldwide subsidiaries and 32,000 employees took part in the Early Adopter Program (EAP) for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011. Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 and proRM have made a huge impact on LIEBHERR's business. As a natural consequence coming from proRM compliance with Microsoft Dynamics 2011, proRM was labeled "Certified for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2010" worldwide. Following the solution logics and usability our clients benefit from a strong cost reduction, a high increase on business productivity and a tremendous raise of their revenue. The complete program code is based on Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5. By using Silverlight we created a highly integrated and user-friendly application that is accessible via an efficient user interface. The connection to Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 was based on Windows Communication Foundation and Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 SDK. To perform data exchange with ERP systems such as Microsoft Dynamics NAV and Microsoft Dynamics AX we use e.g. Microsoft BizTalk Server. We use Microsoft Team Foundation Server in connection with Microsoft Visual Studio and Microsoft Project Server for the Project Management and Release Management areas. We also use Microsoft Office Visio to model business processes and to plan and to design software development processes. The Microsoft product portfolio and technologies deliver an outstanding development platform for a comprehensive and fully integrated system as proRM. We regularly take part in the independent customer satisfaction surveys offered by the Microsoft Partner Network, with successful results. In regards to individual evaluations, we achieved a ranking of 100% on each of the categories "satisfaction", "recommend" und "buy again". Our loyalty index achieved 100% and our competitive edge 96%. With this CSAT Survey we easily fulfill the requirements for Microsoft Gold CRM and ISV competency and the CfMD CRM 2011 certification.
Views: 470 Peter Linke
Mary Ellen Wells discussed why seasoned health care leaders should consider a second career with Experienced Resources for a logical bridge into retirement.
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Documentary on the Abuses of the Indian Boarding Schools. Discusses the intergenerational trauma in native communities. The "Wellbriety Movement: Journey of Forgiveness" is now available on Youtube, www.whitebison.org , or free on DVD. Email [email protected] for DVD, include mailing address.
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PORT MANN BRIDGE TRANS CANADA HWY IMPROVEMENT PROJECT BY BCNEWSVIDEO APR 20 2011 sony hdr cx550v USED BY BCNEWSVIDEO BRITISH COLUMBIA CANADA RESOURCES NEEDED TO COMPLETE PROJECT 1,158 pre-cast segments in the approach spans 25,000 tonnes of asphalt used for new bridge deck 116 steel composite segments in the cable‐stay span 45 kilometers of cable 157,000 m3 of concrete 16 km of pile and 5 km of drilled shafts. 28,000 tonnes of re-bar and 13,000 tonnes of structural steel 37 kilometers of onshore Highway 1 widening 3.1 million m3 of earthworks 30 new, 6 rehabilitated structures 100,000 m2 of retaining walls 8,000 person years of employment New 10 lane, 850 m cable-stayed bridge on the Fraser River Crossing 12,000 tonnes of structural steel 157,000 m3 of concrete 1170 m of approaches 288 cables, 251 piles, 108 caissons 2 pylon towers, each 158 m high
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This video is part two of the "Douglas Talks About... The National Museum of the American Indian" episode in a series of short films initiated by the Carleton Centre for Public History as part of the Douglas Cardinal Archive Project. The stories Douglas recounts are inspired by the documents and materials contained within the Douglas Cardinal Collection at Carleton University. Complete footage from the interview (conducted by Elizabeth Paradis on October 26, 2011) will be made available through the Carleton University Library, Archives and Research Collections. Check us out at dcardinalproject.tumblr.com
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While rare, fat embolism syndrome (FES) develops quickly, and the consequences are serious and life threatening. It is important to know the symptoms of FES to look out for following a fall, fracture, or trauma. - Learn more at: http://www.parentprojectmd.org/site/PageServer?pagename=Care_area_orthopedic_fes#sthash.pXtj4WEM.dpuf
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A Vermont Forest, Parks and Recreation Department video illustrating the installation, removal and construction of logger portable skidder bridges.
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4. Project Management Using the Aeryon Scout, BP Alaska and the University of Alaska surveyed coastline to collect aerial imagery. This imagery can be used to assess environmental impact in a specific area and assign clean-up resources and measure the effectiveness of clean-up activities.
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PORT MANN BRIDGE TRANS CANADA WHY 1 IMPROVEMENT PROJECT SEP 6 2011 BY BCNEWSVIDEO RESOURCES NEEDED TO COMPLETE PROJECT 1,158 pre-cast segments in the approach spans 25,000 tonnes of asphalt used for new bridge deck 116 steel composite segments in the cable‐stay span 45 kilometers of cable 157,000 m3 of concrete 16 km of pile and 5 km of drilled shafts. 28,000 tonnes of re-bar and 13,000 tonnes of structural steel 37 kilometers of onshore Highway 1 widening 3.1 million m3 of earthworks 30 new, 6 rehabilitated structures 100,000 m2 of retaining walls 8,000 person years of employment New 10 lane, 850 m cable-stayed bridge on the Fraser River Crossing 12,000 tonnes of structural steel 157,000 m3 of concrete 1170 m of approaches 288 cables, 251 piles, 108 caissons 2 pylon towers, each 158 m high
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NEW PORT MANN BRIDGE WIDEST BRIDGE IN THE WORLD BRITISH COLUMBIA CANADA TRANS CANADA HWY 1 IMPROVEMENT PROJECT SURREY AUG 15 2011 COPYRIGHT BCNEWSVIDEO RESOURCES NEEDED TO COMPLETE PROJECT 1,158 pre-cast segments in the approach spans 25,000 tonnes of asphalt used for new bridge deck 116 steel composite segments in the cable‐stay span 45 kilometers of cable 157,000 m3 of concrete 16 km of pile and 5 km of drilled shafts. 28,000 tonnes of re-bar and 13,000 tonnes of structural steel 37 kilometers of onshore Highway 1 widening 3.1 million m3 of earthworks 30 new, 6 rehabilitated structures 100,000 m2 of retaining walls 8,000 person years of employment New 10 lane, 850 m cable-stayed bridge on the Fraser River Crossing 12,000 tonnes of structural steel 157,000 m3 of concrete 1170 m of approaches 288 cables, 251 piles, 108 caissons 2 pylon towers, each 158 m high
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Webcast sponsored by the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre and hosted by the School of Library, Archival, and Information Studies (SLAIS). Many Canadian First Nations and Aboriginal organizations are using digital media to revitalize their languages and assert control over the representation of their cultures. At the same time, museums, academic institutions, and individuals are digitizing their ethnographic collections to make them accessible to originating communities. In this presentation I will explore how the term "virtual repatriation" is being applied to the digitization and return of heritage to Aboriginal communities, and draw attention to the opportunities, challenges, and critiques associated with digitization, circulation, and remix of Aboriginal cultural heritage. I will discuss recent projects including the collaborative production of a Virtual Museum of Canada exhibit with the Doig River First Nation, a Dane-zaa community in northeastern British Columbia, and a current collaborative production of a virtual exhibit with members of the Inuvialuit community in the western Arctic and curators at the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History. I will show that while access to cultural heritage in digital collections can facilitate the articulation of intellectual property rights to digital cultural heritage----including the right to restrict circulation----it also amplifies the difficulty of enforcing those rights. Kate Hennessy is an Assistant Professor specializing in Media at Simon Fraser University's School of Interactive Arts and Technology (SIAT). She has a PhD in Anthropology from the University of British Columbia and an MA in the Anthropology of Media from the University of London, School of Oriental and African Studies. As the director of the Making Culture Lab at SIAT, her research explores the role of digital technology in the documentation and safeguarding of cultural heritage, and in the mediation of culture, history, objects, and subjects in new forms. Her video and multimedia works investigate documentary methodologies to address Indigenous and settler histories of place and space. She is a founding member of the Ethnographic Terminalia Curatorial Collective, an international group exploring the borders of anthropological, curatorial, and artistic practice (http://ethnographicterminalia.org). As assistant editor of the journal Visual Anthropology Review, she designed its first multimedia volume. Her work has been published in journals such as American Indian Quarterly, Museum Anthropology Review, and Visual Anthropology Review. She was a Trudeau Foundation Scholar from 2006-2010, a Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Graduate Scholar from 2005-2009, a Canadian Polar Commission Scholar in 2006-2007, and a Commonwealth Scholar in 2001-2002.
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