Low-key ‘thinking’ leadership

by Muhammad Jevi Rian A, S.Hum As we saw in chapter one, however, currently emerging highly successful leaders, in the world of business, tend to operate in more low-key ways to achieve sustainable transformation and greatness, for their businesses. By and large, they don’t fit the outgoing, extravert stereotype of the traditionally accepted leadership role-model.

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Industrialized Housing

referens, Residential Structural Design Guide: 2000 Edition re-written Muhammad Jevi RA, S.Hum Most homes in the United States are still site-built; that is, they follow a “stick framing” approach. With this method, wood members are assembled on site in the order of construction from the foundation up. The primary advantage of onsite building is flexibility

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Knowledge Management and Information

Bryan Bergeron re-written Muhammad Jevi Rian A, S.Hum Part 2 Managing information throughout the ages, whether expressed in the form of figures cut into clay tablets, rows of machines on a factory floor, or a roomful of cubicles in which service providers handle electronic documents, entails a web of eight interrelated processes Consider the eight

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Quality management system documentation (Purposes and Benefits)

by Muhammad Jevi Rian Aipasha, S.Hum ISO/TR 10013:2001 The purposes and benefits of having quality management system documentation for an organization include, but are not limited to, the following: describing the quality management system of the organization; providing information for cross-functional groups so that they may better understand interrelationships; communicating to employees management’s commitment to

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Basics of Residential Construction

referens, Residential Structural Design Guide: 2000 Edition re-written Muhammad Jevi RA, S.Hum Conventional Residential Construction The conventional American house has been shaped over time by a variety of factors. Foremost, the abundance of wood as a readily available resource has dictated traditional American housing construction, first as log cabins, then as post-and-beam structures, and finally

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