Making Intelligent Systems Team Players Overview For Designers

Author: Jane T. Malin
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Team Players

Author: Mike Lupica
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1481410091
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Cassie must learn that you can’t “fix” someone else after a girl with Aspergers joins her softball team in the fourth and final book of the Home Team series from New York Times bestselling author and sports-writing legend Mike Lupica. Cassie Bennett is great at being in charge. She always knows what to do to lead her teams to victory, keep her many groups of friends together, or fix any problem that comes her way. So when Sarah Milligan, an autistic girl with unreal softball skills, joins Cassie’s team, Cassie’s sure she can help her fit in with the team. But before long it’s obvious that being around so many people is really hard for Sarah, and the more Cassie tries to reach out and involve her, the more Sarah pushes her away, sometimes literally. It doesn’t help that Cassie’s teammates aren’t as interested in helping Sarah as they are in making sure they make it to the new softball All-Star Tournament that’ll be televised just like the Little League World Series. Soon no one besides Cassie seems to even want Sarah on the team anymore, and the harder Cassie tries to bring everyone together, the worse things seem to get. Cassie Bennett never backs down from a challenge, but can she realize that maybe the challenge isn’t fixing a problem in someone else, but in herself? Or will her stubbornness lead her to lose more than just softball games?

Team Players And Teamwork

Author: Glenn M. Parker
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118041178
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Praise for Team Players and Teamwork "In the new edition of Team Players and Teamwork Glenn Parker updates his landmark compendium on the essential effect of cross-functional teamwork to encompass the added complexities of globalization facing team leaders and team members in the twenty-first century. Anyone participating on or managing members of a cross-functional team will benefit from reading this essential guide to successful teamwork." -Jeffrey W. Warmke, vice president, global project management and leadership, Daiichi Sankyo Pharma Development "Glenn Parker has the unique combination of sound thinking and clear writing. In his recent version of Team Players and Teamwork he succeeds in taking this combination of skills to a higher level." -Sivasilam "Thiagi" Thiagarajan, president, Workshops by Thiagi, Inc. "Glenn's book is a must-read for team leaders and team members who are looking for a comprehensive set of tools and ideas to help teams perform more effectively. Glenn offers practical wisdom-based on years of first-hand experience-that is unparalleled in the field of team dynamics." -Robert Hoffman, executive director, organization development and talent management, oncology business unit, Norvartis Pharmaceuticals Corporation

Focus On 100 Most Popular United States Men S National Basketball Team Players

Author: Wikipedia contributors
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Art Of Personal Competition How Sun Tzu Would Coach Key Team Players

Author: Allan P. Sand
Editor: Allan P. Sand
ISBN: 0979345472
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Use the concepts of the philosophy of war to become an important competitive sports player! This is how Sun Tzu would apply the strategies and tactics of war to your development and advise you on your training. This book provides guidelines to effective training, mental preparation, planning, thinking, and execution of your on-field sports career. Gain new insights and advantages that will: Beat out and overcome better players Trap and misdirect opponents Design useful strategies Devise effective tactics Attack efficiently Defend aggressively

How To Improve Your Soccer Team Players Elite Book For Elite Player

Author: Raed Thaher
Editor: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1365917835
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American Physical Education Review

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Includes abstracts of magazine articles and "Book reviews".

Raising A Team Player

Author: Danny Peary
Editor: Storey Publishing
ISBN: 160342217X
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In addition to developing athletic prowess, team sports present a great opportunity for nurturing critical social skills in young athletes. With plenty of advice on bestowing praise, tempering unwanted behavior, and supporting kids and teens on the field, Harry Sheehy shares lessons and wisdom learned from more than two decades of working with young athletes at Williams College and Dartmouth College. Encouraging parents to get involved, Sheehy demonstrates how sportsmanship can help instill important life values that extend beyond the game.

American Chess Magazine

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Team Players

Author: Ben Weidmann
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Most jobs require teamwork. Are some people good team players? In this paper we design and test a new method for identifying individual contributions to group performance. We randomly assign people to multiple teams and predict team performance based on previously assessed individual skills. Some people consistently cause their group to exceed its predicted performance. We call these individuals "team players”. Team players score significantly higher on a well-established measure of social intelligence, but do not differ across a variety of other dimensions, including IQ, personality, education and gender. Social skills - defined as a single latent factor that combines social intelligence scores with the team player effect - improve group performance about as much as IQ. We find suggestive evidence that team players increase effort among teammates.

Men

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Proceedings Of The Annual Seminar Symposium Project Management Institute

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The Winner Within

Author: Pat Riley
Editor: Putnam Adult
ISBN: 9780399138393
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The pro-basketball coach and popular motivational speaker presents his recipe for leadership, personal growth, and control of shifting dynamics, showing how to forge strong groups that can work together to create success. 225,000 first printing.

Team Players

Author: Douglas T. Putnam
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ISBN: 9780615538549
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"Traces the transormation of Jack Preston, a political novice elected to the Ohio House of Representatives in the era of Clinton, Gingrich, Perot - and Read My Lips, No New Taxes"--P. [4] of cover.

Basic Soccer

Author: George Ford
Editor: Allyn & Bacon
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The Project Management Paradigm

Author: Ken Burnett
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9783540762386
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This book is about Project Management and how projects should be managed and controlled, including people and tools. Its format consists of two major components. The first concentrates on principles and the human aspects of project management, while the second component of the book specifies a structured, practical, formal process to the principles and approaches in this book lend themselves to project managing the paradigm of technical, management and organisational changes. To use the methodology effectively, it is necessary first to understand and appreciate the people aspect behind a project e. g. their multi-cultural diversities, and the roles and responsibilities of each project player. Combining human aspects and methodology principles is the basic purpose throughout this book; and the authors objective is to disseminate a better understanding of a Project Management Methodology and illustrate its universality.

Diamonds In The Rough

Author: Joel Zoss
Editor: U of Nebraska Press
ISBN: 9780803299207
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Pairing their detailed, informative research with a sophisticated anecdotal approach, Joel Zoss and John Bowman have written a fascinating, original, literate, and concise compendium of the history and issues surrounding America's national pastime. Addressedøare such diverse topics as the origins of the game, the contributions of minorities and women, the evolution of umpiring, baseball's influence on literature and music, substance abuse, on- and off-field tragedy, and the game's international presence. Diamonds in the Rough is an invaluable and stimulating resource both for those who already study the game and for those who would like to learn its revealing history.