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Why Does Affect Matter in Organizations?
by Sigal G. Barsade and Donald E. Gibson1
Executive Overview
Interest in and research about affect in organizations have expanded dramatically in recen
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1, years hence, people remember anything about the TV game
show Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?, they will probably remember
the contestants' panicked phone calls to friends and relatives. Or
they may have a faint memory of that sho
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MEMORANDUM
DATE:
TO:
FROM:
SUBJECT:
February 25, 2013
Team Raisin The Bar
Student 1, Team SaVages
The Need for Consensus
Overview
The case study Raisin The Budget illustrates disorganization in your team that is enhanced by the
high expressed control of t
MAKING TEAMS WORK
Rate each of the statements below as it applies to your team. Use the following rating scale. Enter your
scores in Table 1.
1 - 2 - 3 - 4
This
statement
does not
describe our
team at all
This
statement is
occasionally
true for our
team
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Liberal learning through case method teaching:
Management 100 as a case in point
Anne M. Greenhalgh, Ph.D.
Adjunct Professor of Management
Deputy Director, Leadership Program
The Wharton School
University of Pennsylvania
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CRAFTING A JOB:
REVISIONING EMPLOYEES AS ACTIVE
CHAPTERS OF THEIR WORK
AMY WRZESNIEWSKI
New York University
JANE E. DUTTON
University of Michigan
We propose that employees craft their jobs by changi
Academy of Management Journal
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EXAMINING THE DIFFERENTIAL LONGITUDINAL
PERFORMANCE OF DIRECTIVE VERSUS EMPOWERING
LEADERSHIP IN TEAMS
NATALIA M. LORINKOVA
Wayne State University
MATTHEW
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Case Method Teaching as Science and Art : A Metaphoric Approach
and Curricular Application
Anne M. Greenhalgh
Journal of Management Education 2007 31: 181
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Analyzing Effective Leaders: Why Extraverts Are Not Always the Most Successful Bosses: [email protected]
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Welcome to
Craft of Prose!
Todays Plan
Introductions
Introduction to basics of writing program
Syllabus
Activity on creativity
Introduction to Rhetorical Outlining
Homework
Please tell us
Your name
One thing you did on summer vacation
To write wel
Math 114 Calculus, Part II
Functions of several variables, vector-valued functions, partial derivatives and applications, double and
triple integrals, conic sections, polar coordinates, vectors and vector calculus. Applications to physical
sciences. Use o
18.02 Lecture 1. Thu, Sept 6, 2007
Handouts: syllabus; PS1; ashcards.
Goal of multivariable calculus: tools to handle problems with several parameters functions of
several variables.
Vectors. A vector (notation: A) has a direction, and a length (|A|). It
Moment of Inertia
Moment of inertia
We will leave it to your physics class to really explain what moment of inertia means. Very
briey it measures an objects resistance (inertia) to a change in its rotational motion. It is
analogous to the way mass measure
Speed and arc length
1. A rocket follows a trajectory
r(t) = x(t) i + y(t) j = 10t i + (5t2 + 10t)j.
Find its speed and the arc length from t = 0 to t = 1.
Answer:
dr
ds
2
= 10i+(10t+10)j
= 10 + (10t + 10)2 = 10 1 + (1 t)2 .
dt
dt
1
1
ds
Arc length L
Problems: Regions of Integration
1. Find the mass of the region R bounded by
y = x + 1; y = x2 ; x = 0 and x = 1, if density = (x, y) = xy.
y = x + 1
Answer:
Inner limits: y from x2 to x + 1. Outer limits: x from 0 to 1.
x+1
1
M =
(x, y) dA =
xy dy dx
R
Problems: Applications of Spherical Coordinates
Find the average distance of a point in a solid sphere of radius a from:
(a) the center,
(b) a xed diameter, and
(c) a xed plane through the center.
Answer: Recall that the average value of a function f (x,
Problems: Harmonic Functions and Averages
A function u is called harmonic if V2 u = uxx + uyy + uzz = 0. In this problem we will
see that the average value of a harmonic function over any sphere is exactly its value at the
center of the sphere.
For simpli
Mass and average value
Center of Mass
Example 1: For two equal masses, the center of mass is at the midpoint between them.
m1 = 1
m2 = 1
xcm = x1 +x2 .
2
xcm
x1
x2
Example 2: For unequal masses the center of mass is a weighted average of their positions.
Problems: Mass and Average Value
Let R be the quarter of the unit circle in the rst quadrant with density (x, y) = y.
1. Find the mass of R.
Because R is a circular sector, it makes sense to use polar coordinates. The limits of
integration are then 0 r 1
18.02
Problem Set 10
At MIT problem sets are referred to as psets. You will see this term used occasionally
within the problems sets.
The 18.02 psets are split into two parts part I and part II. The part I are all taken
from the supplementary problems. Yo
Integration in polar coordinates
Polar Coordinates
Polar coordinates are a dierent way of describing points in the plane. The polar coordinates
(r, ) are related to the usual rectangular coordinates (x, y) by by
x = r cos ,
y = r sin
The gure below shows