Adaptability


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Adaptability

Design strategy that allows for multiple future uses in a space as needs evolve and change. Adaptable design is considered a sustainable building strategy because it reduces the need for major renovations or tearing down a structure to meet future needs.

adaptability

The capacity of building spaces and elements for being altered or being added to for specific needs, as, for example, to accommodate the needs of persons with and without disabilities.
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Hypothesis 3: The cognitive adaptability of the mentee (the executive) will mediate the relationship between the mentee's perception of the mentor's passion and the mentee's perception of organizational innovativeness.
Social support influences career adaptability because support systems can provide individuals with opportunities for more concrete career decisions and exploration of occupational identities (Lent, Hackett, & Brown, 1999).
Dry matter yield of tall fescue variety Greenmaster3ho: Regional adaptability was conducted for three years in four areas of Cheonan, Hoengseong, Jeju and Jinju to investigate tall fescue dry matter yield; the results are shown in Table 2.
The test of the adaptability of athletes' psychological adaptability is not only applied in the daily training of athletes, but also is more advantageous to the athletes' competitive state, which makes them play the best level.
After this introduction, the work is divided into: a section on the theoretical model about team potency, self-efficacy, adaptability and interpersonal climate quality.
This instrument was developed to evaluate the adaptability and cohesion dimensions in family interactions.
Regarding that Beta coefficient is positive, there is a positive correlation between the features of flexibility and adaptability.
Each market is assigned a Talent Adaptability Score based on five key behavioral factors, which include: the average number of times professionals in that market switch industries, the average number of different positions held in a professional's career, the average number of internal promotions in that market, the average number of employers a professional has had in each market and the average number of open vacancies divided by the market's population.
These ideotypes represent genotypes with maximum general adaptability, maximum specific adaptability to favorable or unfavorable environments and the genotypes of minimal adaptability (ROCHA et al.
Summary: Marrakech - Thanks to its evolution and its remarkable progress in recent years, Morocco has been able to show great adaptability to the phenomenon of globalisation, said, Monday in Marrakech, the Togolese president.
the analysis of phenotypic stability and adaptability using linear regression models (EBERHART; RUSSELL, 1966; SILVA; BARRETO, 1986; CRUZ et al.
With a history steeped in labour-intensive industries, an industrious work ethic is identified as important in the Welsh business community Asked to identify which qualities make for a successful business, Welsh respondents ranked reliability, hard work and adaptability as their top three, scoring them significantly more highly than respondents across the border.