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Strategic Plan Template
 
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This video, and its accompanying strategic plan template (which you can download for free from http://doncrowther.com/social-media-strategy/strategic-plan-template ) shows you the importance of completing a strategic plan, and provides you a free template to create your own strategic plan. Keywords: strategic plan, strategic plan template, strategy, tactics, key indicators, strategic plan examples, models, what is strategic planning, business, templates, corporate, small business, writing, free, management, sample, business plan, corplan, swot, analysis, personal
Views: 162895 Don Crowther
Learning for all: DFID Education Strategy 2010-2015
 
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The UK Government believes that education is both a human right and a route out of poverty. It is an investment in our common future. The achievement of the Millennium Development Goals for Education - ensuring that by 2015 all children are able to complete a full course of primary schooling, and that gender disparities in all levels of education are eliminated are at the heart of our commitment to eliminate poverty. DFID's strategy on education will set out how the UK will work towards 2015 - towards making Education For All a reality. For more information on the how the UK is helping visit: http://www.dfid.gov.uk/educationstrategy
Sustainability Education at UBC: Towards Place and Promise
 
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Sustainability features prominently in The UBC Strategic Plan, and is increasingly cited as a value and objective for diverse activity across the University. It's agreed that educators need to integrate and enhance sustainability in courses, programs and initiatives. But what is 'sustainability education'? What support is available for sustainability educators at UBC? This session will briefly share some of the sustainability education projects presently underway at the University, and hopefully kick off an open discussion on how these efforts can be enhanced and, yes, sustained in the future. Moderated by Yona Sipos, Ph.D. Candidate, Integrated Studies, Land and Food Systems Panelists: Jean Marcus, Ph.D., Associate Director, Sustainability Teaching and Learning Office Farah Shroff, Ph.D., Faculty Member, Department of Family Practice & School of Population and Public Health Naoko Ellis, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Chemical and Biological Engineering Margaret Gardiner, Program Assistant, First Nations Languages Program Matt Zustovic, Undergraduate Team Member, Forestry Sustainability Group
Views: 844 UBC
Shael Polakow-Suransky on Accountability in NYC Schools
 
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Clip from Center for New York City Affairs event "Putting Principals to the Test: Transforming NYC Schools in the Age of Data-Driven Accountability" at the New School on June 16, 2010. www.centernyc.org View full event video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7IGUAqD9EM4 Read more about the event: http://www.newschool.edu/eventDetail.aspx?id=53409 The event was moderated by Clara Hemphill, senior editor at the Center for New York City Affairs | http://newschool.edu/milano/nycaffairs Event description: The Bloomberg administration has introduced a radical new system of school management, giving principals more freedom in exchange for the promise of better test scores and graduation rates. Crucial to this plan are test-based accountability systems, which focus attention on struggling learners. At the same time, the traditional oversight by superintendents is gone. Does this strategy build better schools? What has been gained, lost, and learned? The Center for New York City Affairs will release an analysis of these influential and controversial reforms at the conference, which they are sponsoring. Milano The New School for Management and Urban Policy | http://www.newschool.edu/milano Introductory remarks by Merryl Tisch, Chancellor, New York State Board of Regents. Ms. Tisch then joined in a discussion with: - John Garvey, former dean of the Teacher Academy and Collaborative Programs, City University of New York. - Ramón González, principal of MS 223, The Laboratory School of Finance and Technology in the Bronx. - Shael Polakow-Suransky, deputy chancellor for Performance and Accountability, NYC Department of Education. - Jacqueline Wayans, member of the Community Education Council, Bronx District 10. Supported by the Robert Sterling Clark Foundation, United Way of New York City, the New York Community Trust, the Sirus Fund, and the Ira W. DeCamp Foundation. *Location: Tishman Auditorium, Alvin Johnson/J. M. Kaplan Hall. 06/16/2010 8:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.
Chancellor's Forum, September 2010 - Strategic Planning
 
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Faculty, staff and students got the opportunity to hear from Chancellor Randy Woodson when he convened a Chancellor Forum on Monday, Sept. 13. The chancellor discussed his impressions of his first four months on the job, talked about NC State in context of the US News college rankings and set the tone for the upcoming strategic planning process. The forum was held in the Titmus Theatre in Thompson Hall at 3 p.m. For more information. visit: http://www.ncsu.edu/about-nc-state/chancellor/
Views: 2775 NCState
Maybe, the most inspirational video ever . . .
 
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http://www.facebook.com/JohnVonAchen - In December 2009, I was privileged to speak before a large group of business professionals and entrepreneurs in Russia. My topic was, how to Create Your Best Year Ever in 2010. On that day, I ended by sharing a video my team and I had created to summarize the highlights of what I had taught. The audience was so moved by the video, many asked if they could have a copy. Today . . . I am sharing the video with you. My hope is this video encourages you as well. Share this video with anyone you know who needs a bit of encouragement and inspiration in these challenging times! It might make a difference in their day . . . and maybe, just maybe . . . their whole year!
Views: 5847981 John Von Achen
Manage to the Plan
 
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Gary Boomer differentiates between management based on an IT budget versus managing to a strategic plan in this excerpt from his presentation "IT Governance, Focus and Evaluation/IT Budgeting," recorded December 10, 2009 at the Boomer Technology Circles™ Circle #8 fall meeting. P0207.031
Success Tip 4 (Part1) - Presenting a Menu
 
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Chris Schulthies of Wye Management is a highly experienced Menu trainer. In this series of videos, Chris shares his strategies for dramatically increasing profits and customer satisfaction through Menu Selling. http://www.wyemanagement.com The ONE-EIGHTY System is an A-Z Sales & CRM system which includes "no double entry" Menu Selling. ONE-EIGHTY's fully integrated, fully customizable Menu ensures a seamless transition to the F&I Department. In this series of videos learn how Business Managers can use Menu Selling to greatly increase sales, profits and customer satisfaction. Check out our dealer testimonials at www.oneeightycorp.com
Views: 6374 OEC180
Mentoring: a two-way education
 
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Mentoring at the Allston EdPortal
Views: 1768 Harvard University
Child Development Dept Promo
 
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Students and Educators! Seeking a career in child are and education? Enroll now in the Child Development program at Merritt College. Children are our future and they await your guidance!
Views: 502 Peralta Colleges
Stop cuts to adult reentry education
 
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Teachers and students rally at Department of Education & Children's Services in Adelaide. They are protesting against State Government budget cuts which will prevent students over the age of 21 from completing their SACE.
Views: 220 aeusabranch
How a SENCO can develop a strategic influence within the school
 
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Lorraine Petersen, Chief Executive of NASEN, talks to Best Practice Network's Maureen Lee about how SENCOs can develop their strategic influence within their schools tacking such topics as working with the SLT and transitional arrangements.
Views: 3266 Best Practice Network
Maximizing the Long-term Sustainability of Service-Learning: Lessons from a Study of Early Adopters
 
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This webinar shares the findings of Amanda Vogel's recent study of a cohort of 17 higher education institutions that participated in the 1995-1998 CNCS-funded Health Professions Schools in Service to the Nation (HPSISN) program. Drawing on interviews with key faculty and staff from 16 of these schools, the presenters will describe the factors most deeply influencing the sustainability of service-learning in the HPSISN institutions and will provide recommendations for how funders, academic institutions, and faculty and staff involved in service-learning can best support sustainability.
Views: 2205 Service Resources
Story School and the Fifth Grade Photography Project
 
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Photographer Troy Freund worked on photography projects with fifth, sixth and eighth grade students at Story School. The project is part of a US Department of Education Arts in Education Model Development and Dissemination Program, a four-year grant. The title of the MPS effort is "Imagine Arts." This video features Freund discussing the Story project and the fifth grade element, called "Getting in Character." The grant assists Milwaukee Public Schools achieve goal one and eight of its Working Together, Achieving More strategic plan: "Students meet and exceed Wisconsin academic standards and graduate prepared for higher education, careers and citizenship" and "The district builds partnerships that support student achievement."
Views: 423 MPSmovies
Digital Materials for Department of IMC in Wenzao Ursuline College of Languages
 
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Wenzao Ursuline College of Languages is committed to foreign language education in institutions of higher learning, and focuses to create diversity of foreign language learning environment situation for each department. The College's Information Management and Communication Department proposed a new strategic plan in response to the problems faced by new students as a design issue, and then wanted to create a 3D scene on campus tours by taking advantage of interactive education and physical environments. While players need to go through game in accordance with task points, they get to know more about the culture and scenery of the school. Such learning approach combined with virtual scene and dialogue free the students from limited time and space.
Views: 99 axis3daci360
Module 1: What is Supply Chain Management? (ASU-WPC-SCM) - ASU's W. P. Carey School
 
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Part 1 of 12 - This module introduces viewers to the field of supply chain management. It describes the complex supply chain of a simple product, a bottle of water. The video also illustrates the importance of supply chain managers and their skill sets in our modern global economy for both manufacturing and service industries. In defining supply chain management, the video also hopes to educate and inspire business students, young and old, about the opportunities available to those with supply chain management degrees. This is the first installment in Arizona State University's twelve-part introduction to supply chain management video series. ASU, the W. P. Carey School of Business, and the Supply Chain Management Department are proud and happy to share this video series with supply chain management departments, supply chain instructors, career specialists in high schools and universities, as well as industry leaders in an effort to inspire a new generation of supply chain management professionals across the country and around the world. Further installments in this series will be made available during the spring of 2010. For more information, visit W. P. Carey's SCM Web site at http://wpcarey.asu.edu/scm or send an e-mail to wpcarey.scm@asu.edu.
Part 2 of 3: Manage a Service P&L -- How to read, interpret and react
 
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Strategy Development's educational webinar series, sd|webEd. Recorded on August 24, 2010 With a precise understanding, the service income statement (P&L) will provide a service manager with the information needed to make sound business decisions and realize 52% plus returns. Comprehension of how managed print services (MPS) business affects the P&L adds a layer of complexity that requires specific knowledge. This level of understanding can only be realized with the proper education of how to interpret and act on data and then how to communicate and strategize with fellow department leaders. Industry veteran Mike Woodard, Service Consultant with Strategy Development, presents this 45-minute webinar to decipher and make the most of managing your service income statement. Mike has 30+ years experience in all aspects of field service operations and service strategy development. He has held key service operations positions including National vice President roles for Field Service Strategy, Field Services, and Field Service Operations. Leading up to that, Mike has also been a District Service Manager, Region Service Financial Planning & Analysis Manager, Region Quality Assurance Manager, Field Service Manager, and Field Service Technician. This level of understanding can only be realized with the proper education of how to interpret, act, and communicate within the organization.
Views: 2019 StrategyDevelopment
The Perfect Defense: The Oral Defense of a Dissertation
 
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http://www.tamu.edu Dr. Valerie Balester of Texas A&M University talks about how to prepare and what to expect when defending your dissertation.
Views: 543089 Texas A&M University
A Conversation with T.R. Carr (Part 1) 8-24-10
 
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T. R. Carr is Chairman of the Department of Public Administration and Policy Analysis at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville. He is an active teacher and researcher. His focus is on public policy issues. Dr. Carr is currently directing Vision 2020, a project which is assisting Southwestern Illinois develop an economic strategic plan. Vision 2020 is a federally funded Department of Labor project. Dr. Carr was Mayor of Hazelwood Missouri from the year 2000 to 2009.
Views: 146 Lee Presser
Secretary Clinton Addresses Haitian Diaspora Forum
 
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U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton addresses the Haitian Diaspora Forum: Contributing to the Strategic Plan for Reconstruction and Development in Haiti," hosted by the Organization of American States (OAS) March 21-23 in Washington, DC, Go to http://www.state.gov/video for text transcript and more video.
The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust Education & Community Engagement Department
 
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Janis Burley Wilson gives an overview of the Trust's Education & Community Engagement Programs.
Small Business Consulting
 
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College of Business seniors and MBA students in the Department of Management and Marketings Small Business Consulting class provide consulting serves to actual Chippewa Valley small business clients. The three-credit course emphasizes practical, realistic, and affordable solutions to problems confronting small businesses. The students, who work in teams under expert faculty supervision, develop comprehensive business plans for local organizations that include an overview of the business opportunity it faces and the related marketing, operational, financial and management strategies it needs to employ. The course is run in conjunction with the UW-Eau Claire Small Business Consulting Center which provides consulting and outreach to small businesses in northwestern Wisconsin. To learn more, contact Dr. Kristy Lauver, UW-Eau Claire Department of Management and Marketing at 715.836.4427 or lauverkj@uwec.edu.
Success Tip 1 - What is Menu Selling and When to Present a Menu by Chris Schulthies
 
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Chris Schulthies of Wye Management is a highly experienced Menu trainer. Chris shares his strategies for dramatically increasing profits and customer satisfaction through Menu Selling in this series of videos. http://www.wyemanagement.com The ONE-EIGHTY System is an A-Z Sales & CRM system which includes "no double entry" Menu Selling. ONE-EIGHTY's fully integrated, fully customizable Menu ensures a seamless transition to the F&I Department. In this series of videos learn how Business Managers can use Menu Selling to greatly increase sales, profits and customer satisfaction. Check out our dealer testimonials at www.oneeightycorp.com
Views: 11505 OEC180
Key Account Planning Tool.mp4
 
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Use this tool to create winning key account plans.
Views: 394 Demand Metric
How great leaders inspire action | Simon Sinek
 
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http://www.ted.com Simon Sinek presents a simple but powerful model for how leaders inspire action, starting with a golden circle and the question "Why?" His examples include Apple, Martin Luther King, and the Wright brothers -- and as a counterpoint Tivo, which (until a recent court victory that tripled its stock price) appeared to be struggling. TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes. TED stands for Technology, Entertainment, Design, and TEDTalks cover these topics as well as science, business, development and the arts. Closed captions and translated subtitles in a variety of languages are now available on TED.com, at http://www.ted.com/translate. Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/tednews Checkout our Facebook page for TED exclusives https://www.facebook.com/TED
Views: 8708008 TED
IT Department Training Strategies
 
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Boomer Technology Circles™ bring peer groups together so that solutions to common problems can be shared in order to make each participant a better professional. These short excerpts illustrate the give-and-take that typical occurs during Circle meetings. They were recorded December 10, 2009 during a Circle #8 facilitated discussion entitled "Integrating IT Into Management."
Assistance to Second Chance Act States:
 Strategic Planning for Prisoner Reentry
 
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The Center for Effective Public Policy & The Northpointe Institute for Public Management in cooperation with The National Reentry Resource Center Each year over 730,000 individuals are released from prison and return to communities across the country. Their ability to remain law abiding citizens is of critical importance to community safety and to reducing the burden of incarceration costs on strapped state budgets. The federal Second Chance Act provides significant funding to support services and programs to encourage successful reentry and sets as a goal, significant reductions in recidivism as a result. This web cast describes a new resource available for Second Chance Act State Demonstration sites—to assist them in strategic planning regarding more effective offender reentry. Refer to TPC Reentry Handbook on prisoner reentry http://www.prisontransition.com/handbook/ check http://nationalreentryresourcecenter.org/strategicplanning for the link to this webcast and for further information on this resource
Views: 1627 CSG Justice Center
Planning, Designing & Evaluating Student Assignments - Part 1
 
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Virginia S. Lee talks to EIU faculty about methods of planning, designing and evaluating student assignments. This video is part of the programming offered by the Office of Faculty Development at Eastern Illinois University. To learn more, visit www.eiu.edu/facdev.
Views: 673 facdevEIU
Grantham University Celebrates 60 Year Anniversary
 
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http://www.grantham.edu/?cid=1720 - Learn more about Grantham's 100% Online Degree Programs On March 16th, Grantham University held the first of several celebrations honoring the University's upcoming 60th anniversary of providing a high quality online education that is accessible and affordable. The University, which was founded on January 2, 1951, plans to host similar events throughout the year to honor its students and alumni in their local communities. The theme of the 60th Year Celebrations is Serving Those Who Serve 60 Years of Excellence. Be a Part of It. On the evening of March 16th many area students and alumni gathered along with members of the Grantham University Board of Governors, staff, and members of the military voluntary education community at the Key Bridge Marriott Hotel in Rosslyn, Virginia. Several students received academic awards, and recent graduate, Mr. Charles Diamond, was presented with his Bachelor of Science degree in General Studies. Mr. Diamond graduated Cum Laude. Dr. Jeffrey Cropsey, vice president for strategic initiatives at Grantham University, presented Mr. Diamonds diploma with these words: Charles is a true American patriot who with the support of his family and the staff at Grantham University relentlessly pursued his degree so he could move forward in his career and continued service to our nation. Mr. Diamond served in the United States Marine Corps until 2006, when he obtained a position as Senior Security Program Officer for the State Department. His duties sent him to the US Embassy in Baghdad, Iraq on numerous occasions. While in the Marine Corps, he received several medals and commendations and has served tours of duty in Iraq and Afghanistan. Currently, Mr. Diamond is pursuing a position as a Federal Agent with the State Departments Diplomatic Security Service, a position which requires a bachelors degree. So, he turned to Grantham University and began pursuing his degree in General Studies. During his time with Grantham, Mr. Diamond formed a special bond with his Student Progress Representative (SPR), Laura Garcia. Ms. Garcia began working with Mr. Diamond at the start of his first course and all the way through to his graduation. She motivated and encouraged him to reach his educational goals. Mr. Diamond commented, Laura is a person of character and was key to my having stayed on course to earn my degree. Ms. Garcia was similarly impressed with Mr. Diamond's dedication. His determination to achieve his educational goals and his resolve to receive high scores in his courses were motivating to me in my role as an SPR, she said. Mr. Diamond's story is a wonderful example of a University and its staff working together to help students achieve their dreams of earning an undergraduate or graduate degree. Mr. Diamond plans to pursue his masters degree while his wife, Zanelle, completes her Bachelor of Science degree in Multidisciplinary Studies at Grantham University. The University was founded by Donald Grantham, a veteran of World War II, nearly 60 years ago to help prepare veterans for new jobs in the electronics industry and a better future upon their return to civilian life. Over the years, the University transitioned from a brick and mortar school with several campuses across the United States to a 100%online university located in Kansas City, MO. The University's mission is to provide students with an accessible, affordable, professionally relevant education. Sixty years after its founding, serving those who serve remains at the heart of the University. A significant portion of its student body is made up of active duty military, prior service, and military spouses. We believe that every service member, every veteran, and every member of a military family should have the opportunity to pursue a college education, said Dr. Cropsey. To ensure that our programs are accessible and affordable to these deserving students, we have developed numerous scholarship programs, an interactive online learning environment and a solid student support structure to ensure that this belief becomes a reality for those who sacrifice for us all. Grantham University is proud to be "Serving Those Who Serve®" Request Info - http://www.grantham.edu/contact?cid=1720 Degree Programs - http://www.grantham.edu/online-degree?cid=1720 Apply Now - http://www.grantham.edu/apply-now?cid=1720
Views: 1257 Grantham University
Tibetan Students Protest Language Reforms
 
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Tibetan students in Western China have been protesting the Chinese regime's unconfirmed plans to use Chinese language exclusively to teach classes in both elementary and high schools. The protest happened in the Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture of Huangnan, in Qinghai province, on Tuesday. London-based rights group "Free Tibet" says six thousand students, between 14 and 20 years old, took part. The students marched in the morning, eventually gathering outside the headquarters of local authorities in Huangnan. The Governor and Director General of the education department in the autonomous region reportedly assured students on Tuesday there would be no change to the current language policy while they are in office. Yet, they also warned students that if protests continue, they would expel the ringleaders from their schools. These assurances didn't mean much to one former middle school teacher in Tongren, who told Free Tibet, quote, "The Chinese are enforcing reforms which remind me of the Cultural Revolution. This reform is not only a threat to our mother-tongue, but is in direct violation of the Chinese constitution which is meant to protect our rights. For Tibetans the Chinese constitution is meaningless." High school education already exclusively uses Chinese, as do university entrance exams. Rights groups say this puts Tibetans at a disadvantage and leads to Tibetan poverty.
Views: 925 NTDTV
Q&A: Community Colleges as Community Catalysts, Strategic Planning Conference, Part 2
 
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Georgetown University's Dr. Anthony P. Carnevale delivered the Tuesday, March 2, keynote address at the Harper College Strategic Planning Conference. His presentation was preceded by a panel discussion from area business and education leaders, including Jennifer Stasch; Executive Director, The Workforce Board of Northern Cook County; Kenneth Nelson; Mayor Rolling Meadows; Michael Alagna; Chief Operating Officer, Nation Pizza Products; Dr. John Peters; President, Northern Illinois University; David Sam, PhD, JD, President, Elgin Community College. For more information, visit http://www.harpercollege.edu
Views: 137 Harper College
Re-Entry: Success from the Inside Out
 
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Volunteers of America Northern New England and the Maine Department of Corrections have developed an innovative program that has reduced Maine's recidivism rate by 20%. For more information about this Transition and Reunification Program , visit: http://voanne.org/Services/CommunityCorrectionsTransition/TransitionReunificationProgram/tabid/3361/Default.aspx
Views: 862 VolofAmerica
Dr. Meera Narasimhan on Mental Illnesses - Part 3
 
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"Mental Illnesses -- A Global Public Health Challenge. What India Should Learn from the West and How India Can Help the West." A talk by Dr. Meera Narasimhan, Professor of Neuropsychiatry and Behavioral Science at the University of South Carolina at ORF Mumba... Meera Narasimhan, M.D. is a Professor of Psychiatry and the Vice Chair Research and Scientific Initiatives in the Department of Neuropsychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the University of South Carolina School of Medicine. She also serves as the Director of Research Initiatives for the South Carolina Department of Mental Health. Dr. Narasimhan is on the Clinical Trials Council for Health Sciences South Carolina and served as the Co Chair of the Strategic Planning Research Expansion Task force for USC-SOM. Dr. Narasimhan attended medical school at the Gandhi Medical College in Bhopal, India. She completed her residency training in psychiatry at Yale University Department of Psychiatry and went on to complete a fellowship in psychopharmacology at Yale. Dr. Narasimhan is widely published in peer reviewed journals including The Archives of General Psychiatry, Biological Psychiatry, Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, Primary Care Companion, Current Psychiatry, Current Psychiatry Reports, Journal of Depression and Anxiety just to name a few. She has been the recipient of many honors and awards namely: Paul E. Kaunitz award for excellence in the interface between medicine and psychiatry at Yale University, Laura B. Temple award for outstanding contribution towards patients and their families from the South Carolina Department of Mental Health., The Teacher of the year and Chairmans award for outstanding contributions medical student education and residency training at USC School of Medicine, Nancy Roeske Award from the American Psychiatric Association for excellence in medical student education. She was awarded the National Alliance on Mental Illness, South Carolina "Psychiatrist of the Year Award" and the "Research Advancement Award" in 2006 and 2008, from USC School of Medicine. More recently, her research team was the recipient of the Heroes in the Fight Award from Mental Health America. She has presented at over 100 National and International meetings and also serves as an examiner for the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. Dr. Narasimhan has federal and industry funded research grants to help understand the neurobiology and novel pharmacological interventions in mood and anxiety disorders, schizophrenia, substance use disorders, autism and the interface of medical and psychiatric illness. She also serves as the Principal Investigator for a National Institute of Mental Health/National Association of State Mental Health Program Directors research institute grant on establishing State Policy Labs to bridge the gap between policy, practice and research, addressing mental health and medical issues. She recently received an R01 for over a million dollars to assess clinical outcomes from a statewide telepsychiatry initiative in the state of South Carolina.
Views: 2402 ORF Mumbai
bmi Bright Marketing Idea Collage Presentation.mov
 
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bmi Bright Marketing Idea Is a full-service agency nationally recognized for the expertise in advertising, marketing & promotion, specializing in the strategic development of marketing concepts, brand positioning, and the production of events, providing market research, strategic planning, media buying, creative development, traditional advertising, direct marketing, internet marketing, search engine placement, email marketing, event planning, PR and government services capabilities.
Views: 71 urribarrimaria
Secretary Clinton Addresses U.S.-India Strategic Dialogue Plenary Session
 
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U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton opens the plenary session of the U.S.-India Strategic Dialogue with Indian Foreign Minister S. M. Krishna, at the U.S. Department of State in Washington, DC June 3, 2010. [Go to http://www.state.gov/video for text transcript and more video.]
Australia - Higher Education - Charles Sturt University
 
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Australian university talking about ANZA
Views: 148 ICEF Videos
GHR Forum 2010: TRACK B-4: HR Management and Strategies of Top Korean Companies
 
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HR Management and Strategies of Top Korean Companies Korea has earned a reputation for its remarkable history of rapid industrial development and growth. Now the nation's large corporations such as Samsung, LG, SK Telecom, Hyundai and Kia, continue this reputation with their outstanding performance and business development. Just as Korea as a nation was able to achieve democratization and industrialization in a relatively short period through education, its global corporations have quickly risen to success through effective training and management of their human resources. In the four preceding Global HRD Forums, international participants have consistently expressed their interest in learning about the future HR plans and talent strategies of these major corporations. This session is designed to answer their questions. HR managers from prominent business enterprises in Korea will make presentations to share their past experiences in talent training and management as well as their future strategies
Implications of the New Normal Panel Discussion (Part 1)
 
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Day one of Harper College's three-day Strategic Planning Conference included a panel discussion on the "Implications of the New Normal." Panelists included Byron Zuidema, Regional Administrator, US Department of Labor Employment and Training Administration; Dr. David Schuler, Superintendent of High School District 214; Dr. Lorenzo Baber, Assistant Professor, University of Illinios, Educational Organization and Leadership.; Keith Sanders, Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer, PepsiAmericas, Inc.; and Dr. Margaret Lee, President, Oakton Community College.
Views: 135 Harper College
Community & Environmental Planning
 
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Community & Environmental Planning at the University of New Hampshire
Part 3 of 3: Manage a Service P&L -- How to read, interpret and react
 
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Strategy Development's educational webinar series, sd|webEd. Recorded on August 24, 2010 With a precise understanding, the service income statement (P&L) will provide a service manager with the information needed to make sound business decisions and realize 52% plus returns. Comprehension of how managed print services (MPS) business affects the P&L adds a layer of complexity that requires specific knowledge. This level of understanding can only be realized with the proper education of how to interpret and act on data and then how to communicate and strategize with fellow department leaders. Industry veteran Mike Woodard, Service Consultant with Strategy Development, presents this 45-minute webinar to decipher and make the most of managing your service income statement. Mike has 30+ years experience in all aspects of field service operations and service strategy development. He has held key service operations positions including National vice President roles for Field Service Strategy, Field Services, and Field Service Operations. Leading up to that, Mike has also been a District Service Manager, Region Service Financial Planning & Analysis Manager, Region Quality Assurance Manager, Field Service Manager, and Field Service Technician.
Views: 1070 StrategyDevelopment
Digital Materials for Department of IMC in Wenzao Ursuline College of Languages
 
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Wenzao Ursuline College of Languages is committed to foreign language education in institutions of higher learning, and focuses to create diversity of foreign language learning environment situation for each department. The College's Information Management and Communication Department proposed a new strategic plan in response to the problems faced by new students as a design issue, and then wanted to create a 3D scene on campus tours by taking advantage of interactive education and physical environments. While players need to go through game in accordance with task points, they get to know more about the culture and scenery of the school. Such learning approach combined with virtual scene and dialogue free the students from limited time and space.
Views: 84 axis3daci360
Future of Afghanistan
 
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Richard Armitage, visits NATO Training Mission Afghanistan, Camp Eggers, Kabul, Afghanistan. Armitage, a former U.S. Deputy Secretary of State, is the president of Armitage International which provides critical support in strategic planning, problem-solving and international business development. Armitage is reviewing the strategy in Afghanistan.
Views: 200 CSTCA1
Indiana University master plan to transform campuses in Indianapolis and Bloomington
 
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From inside the SmithGroupJJR-designed Campus Center at IUPUI, the SmithGroupJJR team discusses the exciting new master plans underway for the Indiana University campuses in Indianapolis and Bloomington. Visit smithgroupjjr.com.
Views: 1686 SmithGroup
Strategy PPT 101 - Creating a Winning Strategic Template and Strategic Planning System
 
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An introduction to a successful strategic planning system that helps individuals and companies achieve their goals. Most strategic templates and systems fail because not enough time and resources are focused on execution. Learn how to fix this. Follow this video, an informal conversation with Carol Guasz, a guru in the strategic planning world. Learn for our mistakes to help you avoid your own http://www.StrategyPPT.com
Views: 592 Wayne Tarken
Missouri Governor Jay Nixon Press Conference at MCC-Maple Woods
 
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Governor Nixon announced preliminary results from the 2010 Strategic Initiative for Economic Growth's Regional Planning Team Forums sponsored by the Governor's Task Force on Economic Development . The Department of Economic Development conducted a series of six regional planning forums across the state this fall to gather feedback for an economic development strategic plan to get Missouri's economy on track. Nixon and David Kerr, the Director of the Department of Economic Development, were in Kansas City on December 1, 2010 to announce the preliminary results of these efforts. They chose MCC-Maple Woods because within the recommendations are eight broad strategy areas, and within those are seven targeted industry areas which include bio sciences and animal health. They wanted to make this announcement at MCC-Maple Woods because of our emphasis on animal health at this campus.
Views: 194 smartfuturetv
University of Notre Dame - Pre-College Programs
 
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Every Summer, approximately 200 high-school students apply to receive a one-of-a-kind college experience at the University of Notre Dame. For two weeks, each student has the opportunity to experience what it is like to be a student at Notre Dame. They essentially become a student at the University as they enroll in specific tracks of study with Notre Dame staff and faculty. This "Summer Experience" is a great marketing tool for the Department of Pre-College programs as it provides them an opportunity to engage with students who already have in interest in higher education and also in the University of Notre Dame. This documentary-style video follows prospective high school students through their 2-week-long experience of campus life -- capturing the energy, ambience and one-of-a-kind experiences that only Notre Dame can offer.
Views: 3300 PentaVisionU
Director of Supply Chain Planning - Atlanta, GA.wmv
 
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The recession has done wonders for the forecasting profession. As companies get back to basics, cash is king again. The leading indicator of a solid cash position is a good forecast. A lot of companies got caught off guard by the recession. In the past, the markets were so strong that all they had to do was produce the products and they were pretty-well assured that they would be sold. Well, the recession has changed that and we are now seeing a lot of companies looking to build formal forecasting - and broader supply chain planning - organizations as a result. Our client is no different. Based in Atlanta, they are looking to build a centralized supply chain planning group from scratch. If you have a strong supply chain planning background (including demand-, supply- and production planning), enjoy building things from scratch, and are interested in building the people, process and technology that will go along with running the Supply Chain Planning department for this $1 billion business, then we'd love to hear from you ASAP. Job Title: Director of Supply Chain Planning CLICK HERE to watch the video! Ref No: 395 Location: Atlanta, GA Position Description - Director of Supply Chain Planning reporting to the VP of Supply Chain & Operations; - Full responsibility for finished goods forecasting / demand planning, supply / inventory planning, and production planning within a multi-plant, $1B+ organization; - Assess current environment, design and implement changes associated with people, process and technology, and then manage the end state; - Cross-functional collaboration across the organization to drive projects that will improve forecast accuracy, reduce inventory, support new product introductions, etc.; - Leverage strong leadership and collaboration skills to build relationships with sales, marketing, operations, procurement and executive management; - Protect the financial performance of the strategic business units by identifying potential supply chain issues and recommending improvements. Background Required: - A strong analytical background with an outgoing personality that will allow you to quickly establish trust / relationships; - A minimum of 7-10 years of supply chain planning experience within a manufacturing environment; - Bachelor's Degree is required, no exceptions; - Previous experience evaluating, project managing and/or implementing software applications to support the supply chain planning process; - Previous experience facilitating change management and driving continuous improvement. Compensation Plan: - $140 -- 160K + bonus; - Full benefit package including medical, dental, disability and 401(k); - Full relocation package available; - No Visa sponsorship available. For consideration, please submit your current resume to: jason@topgradingsolutions.com
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Success Tip 2 (Part1) - The Benefits of Menu Selling by Chris Schulthies
 
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The ONE-EIGHTY System is an A-Z Sales & CRM system which includes "no double entry" Menu Selling. ONE-EIGHTY's fully integrated, fully customizable Menu ensures a seamless transition to the F&I Department. In this series of videos learn how Business Managers can use Menu Selling to greatly increase sales, profits and customer satisfaction. Check out our dealer testimonials at www.oneeightycorp.com Chris Schulthies of Wye Management is a highly experienced Menu trainer. In this series of videos, Chris shares his strategies for dramatically increasing profits and customer satisfaction through Menu Selling. http://www.wyemanagement.com
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The Battle of China
 
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ARC Identifier 36072 / Local Identifier 111-OF-6 - Department of Defense. Department of the Army. Office of the Chief Signal Officer. (09/18/1947 - 02/28/1964) - 1944 - This motion picture film explores Japanese aggression. In Reel 1, Japanese planes bomb Shanghai; citizens flee. Describes Chinese development of the compass, printing, astronomy, gunpowder, and porcelain. The reel shows views of the Gobi Desert, sampans, and types of architecture and statuary. Japanese artillery fires and cavalry advances. The reel also describes Japanese plans for world conquest; contrasts Japanese unity with Chinese disunity. Footage also shows Emperor Hirohito. Reel 2 shows Sun Yat-sen and uprisings against the Manchu dynasty. Students go abroad. Hospitals, highways, schools, and factories are constructed. Children play at school. Emperor Hirohito reviews Japanese troops; tanks roll down a street. The reel shows a Japanese munitions factory, a Japanese fleet at sea, troops marching, the Army occupying Manchuria, views of the League of Nations as the action is condemned, the Great Wall of China, the puppet premier Pu-Yi, Japanese attacking Chinese at Marco Polo Bridge in 1937, and Chiang Kai-shek. Reel 3 shows street and harbor scenes in Shanghai, the bombing and naval bombardment of the city, street fighting, and the city's capture by Japanese units. Japanese troops advance toward Nanking. The gunboat Panay is bombed in the Yangtze. The reel also shows fighting in and around Nanking. In Reel 4, the battle continues. Footage describes Japanese atrocities during the rape of Nanking and shows dead and injured civilians. Chinese demonstrate against Japan. Chiang Kai-shek speaks. Hordes of Chinese emigrate to the West carrying their belongings with them. Reel 5 shows the establishment of the new Chinese capitol at Chungking. Air raid shelters are dug; the city is bombed. The reel shows an underground factory, fires being fought, recruits for the Chinese Army, the "Flying Tigers" taking off, and Japanese units occupying the Chinese coast. In Reel 6, coolies repair and expand the Burma Road by hand; trucks move over it. Dikes on the Yellow River are blown up to stem a Japanese offensive on Chengchow. Guerrillas ambush a Japanese patrol. Japanese planes attack Pearl Harbor. Footage shows the Japanese high command. In Reel 7, Japanese units advance against Changsha, their supply lines are cut forcing their withdrawal, and the Chinese infantry advances. Footage shows Generals Douglas MacArthur and Joseph Stilwell. Madame Chiang Kai-shek addresses the U.S. Congress. The Ledo Road is constructed; transport planes fly over "the Hump." The "Flying Tigers" bomb Japanese airfields in China. - Copied by Tim Vollmer
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