Employee Attribution of Innovation to Organizational Intentionality
"Hopefully Vale of Glamorgan will be planning now to meet that target, which will reduce intentionality
decisions even further," Ms Bibbings added.
AROUND LEARNING: ONE DISTRICT'S VISION
is a deliberate manner of thinking--thinking about what's ahead.
75-102), the author uses Husserl's phenomenology as a foundation for establishing a substantial ego, intentionality
as it relates to an isolated self, and intentionality/reflexivity as being necessary for understanding loneliness.
Second, to what extent does the language of joint and collective intentionality
just label, rather than explain, the differences between hominins and the great apes?
The book's central question is--can intentionality
be reduced to a cause-effect relation or is it an irreducible mark of mental events?
The accounts of experienced library practitioners, in the second half of the book, show how public libraries respond to socio-economic shifts in our city through intentionality
, flexibility, adaptation and collaboration.
The nature of intentionality
is at the centre of this debate together with its connection to relationships of power.
and experience might be understood as connected in the following ways.
This article fuses ideas expressed by Buyer (1990) in Scholarship Reconsidered: Priorities of the Professoriate and the concept of practical intentionality
into a theory-grounded model to help counselors to conceptualize, contextualize, and express their professional identity through application, discovery, teaching, and integration.
is a property of mental states, namely, their "of-ness," "about-ness," or representing quality.