Movement

                  When the different functional tissues of the locomotive system work together, the body generates movement. The study of human movement is known as kinesiology. There is some useful standard terminology that is used in medical science to describe different types of movement, in terms of directions and orientation. Most human movements consist of bending or twisting motions that change the joint angles between different body segments. Some movements are coupled, in the sense that pairs of muscles work against each other to “do and undo” each other’s respective movements (for example, bending Read more

WHY DO I NEED TO KNOW DISCIPLIN AREA ERGONOMICSS?

                Why do i need to know this as an engineer sometimes a bit of history goes a long way to explain why certain things in a discipline are considered important. For an engineer it may be good to know what the starting point was before any real thought was put into methodically improving the human aspects of production work. It will also help you understand why ergonomics covers so many areas and is such a diverse and complex discipline. The discipline of ergonomics is not nearly as old as medicine or even Read more

Achieving your taste goal

                Taste as an aesthetic relationship do you think it is the part of a philosopher to be concerned with such so-called pleasures as those of food and drink —socrates               For me there is no radical distinction between the grand discourse on the task with all its dignity and the reasons for wanting to go out to dinner with someone. They are not homogeneous questions but i would not mark out a true opposition. A taste for the secret the project this essay stems from a Read more

Music

                 What is music its ? what comes out of the speakers when we play a cd on our stereo. Its what we hear on the radio. Music is singers singing and musicians playing. music is a sound that we enjoy hearing. iIs this a proper answer to the question what is music if i asked what is a car you could answer by pointing at a large object moving up the street and saying its one of those. But this may not be a satisfactory answer. A full explanation of what a car is would mention petrol internal combustion engines Read more

Dance

          What do we see when we see dance what do we feel when we dance who are we when we are part of an enactment of dance the phenomenon of dance brings to the fore key ideas about the nature of human meaning-making the role of our fundamentally corporeal actions in the world and the foundational aspects of our experiences. Dance i contend holds immense promise as an object for study as well as a subject of study that is a source of insight in itself shedding light on life movement and meaning. In investigating Read more

Entertainment

What entertains a given individual is inescapably subjective, a matter of. One might paraphrase Berelson: some kinds of communication, under some kinds of conditions, will entertain some kinds of people .  Some scholars contend that empathy can signal the presence of entertainment. Bosshart and Macconi suggest that entertainment requires one “to identify himself or herself with fictional persons and actions”. Similarly, Oliver explores tragedy and other somber forms of entertainment, and concludes that enjoyment of them correlates with what she terms “tender affective states,” which are “associated with feelings of sympathy, warmth, kindness, and understanding” . Zillmann proposes an Affective Read more

Benefit

          A number of factors have contributed to employer provision of non-mandatory benefits such as health insurance and pension plans. These include self interest of the decision makers union bargaining tax advantages provided to companies by the federalgovernment for offering certain bene ts the need to be competitive and retain employees and union avoidance. The logic underlying employer strategies to voluntarily provide benefits suggests that benefit to offering share associated with employee benefit satisfaction which in turn is associated with attitudes and behaviors that serve the employers interests harris fink 1994 the implied process based on social exchange Read more

MBO

The opportunity for an MBO/MBI may arise in a number of ways. A group may decide to sell a business because it has become non-core. A company may find itself in difficulties and need to sell all or part of the business. The owner of a private company wishes to retire. A receiver or administrator may sell a business as a going concern. A board may elect to leave the public arena (P2P). Changes in a management team, or a venture capitalist’s desire to exit, may generate a secondary MBO/MBI. As explained earlier, the main source of MBOs/MBIs is private Read more

Technology

              During manufacturing management trainee training trainees rotate from department to department to learn every production process and auxiliary support function with the ultimate goal of being able to manage the technological processes and lead the people who do the work. Analysis and synthesis of how and why specific jobs helped to support production goals was essential before assignment of trainees to official management positions. The concept of pt originated over the first four years of production experiences within the textile industry and further honed during additional years in the textile industry healthcare and Read more

Workplace

                      One of the best ways ive found to teach people about the components of a philosophy lean in particular is to compare the basic elements of that philosophy to something familiar to everyone like the structural elements of a house—a foundation the floor two pillars and the rooF. Unlike a real house it seems to work better if we describe this one by building it from the top down instead of from the bottom up. In the leadersights or vigorous learning philosophy customer satisfaction serves as the roof providing Read more