Sharing the Work:What My Family and Career Taught Me about Breaking Through (and Holding the Door Open for Others) Myra Strober, John Donahoe
Work Sharing: Maureen E McCarthy, Gail S Rosenberg
Myra Strober became a feminist on the Bay Bridge, heading toward San Francisco. It is 1970. She has just been told by the chairman of Berkeley´s economics department that she can never get tenure. Driving home afterward, wondering if she got something out of the freezer for her family´s dinner, she realizes the truth: she is being denied a regular faculty position because she is a mother. Flooded with anger, she also finds her life´s work: to study and fight sexism, in the workplace, in academia, and at home. Strober´s generous memoir captures the spirit of a revolution lived fully, from her Brooklyn childhood (and her shock at age twelve when she´s banished to the women´s balcony at shul) to her groundbreaking Stanford seminar on women and work. In the 1970s, the term "sexual harassment" had not yet been coined. Occupational segregation, quantifying the value of work in the home, and the cost of discrimination were new ideas. Strober was a pioneer, helping to create a new academic field and founding institutions to establish it. But she wasn´t alone: she benefited from the women´s movement, institutional change, and new federal regulations that banned sex discrimination. She continues the work today and invites us to join her. The book is published by MIT Press."Both women and men will find a friend in these pages." (Gloria Steinem)"Strober´s compelling story is a page-turner, a home run! It should be required reading in business, law, and all of the social sciences." (Irma Herrera, former Executive Director, Equal Rights Advocates)"In this beautifully written book, Myra Strober deftly combines her personal story with the changes in women´s lives during the last part of the twentieth century… A wonderful read." (Lotte Bailyn, MIT Sloan; author of Breaking the Mold: Redesigning Work for Productive and Satisfying Lives) 1. Language: English. Narrator: Laura Jennings. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/082670/bk_acx0_082670_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Sharing Life with Another a Memoir of a Social Worker:Poignant End of Life Stories Bob Sh´mal Ellenberg
A visionary and optimistic thinker examines the tension between privacy and publicness that is transforming how we form communities, create identities, do business, and live our lives. Thanks to the Internet, we now live - more and more - in public. More than 750 million people (and half of all Americans) use Facebook, where we share a billion times a day. The collective voice of Twitter echoes instantly 100 million times daily, from Tahrir Square to the Mall of America, on subjects that range from democratic reform to unfolding natural disasters to celebrity gossip. New tools let us share our photos, videos, purchases, knowledge, friendships, locations, and lives. Yet change brings fear, and many people - nostalgic for a more homogeneous mass culture and provoked by well-meaning advocates for privacy - despair that the Internet and how we share there is making us dumber, crasser, distracted, and vulnerable to threats of all kinds. But not Jeff Jarvis. In this shibboleth-destroying book, he argues persuasively and personally that the Internet and our new sense of publicness are, in fact, doing the opposite. Jarvis travels back in time to show the amazing parallels of fear and resistance that met the advent of other innovations such as the camera and the printing press. The Internet, he argues, will change business, society, and life as profoundly as Gutenberg´s invention, shifting power from old institutions to us all. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Jeff Jarvis. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/sans/005676/bk_sans_005676_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Knowledge sharing and coordination is a critical partof knowledge work , the broad class of newlydominant professions that hinge upon the successfulmanipulation and recombination of knowledge andinformation, rather than physical objects. Researchto date
Die Struktur des zugrunde liegenden Werkes 741 Jacquis Sharing beschrieb Hundertwasser als ´Kreiswellen von ins Wasser geworfenen Steinen´ und erläuterte, es zeige das Gefühl eines In- und Miteinander, das die Allheilmittel Anteilnahme und Nächstenliebe erst möglich macht. Die Idee des ´Sharing´, des Teilens, - eine tiefe Empathie und brüderliche Liebe - ist nach Hundertwasser ein Schlüsselwort einfühlsamer Menschen der Antipoden. Die leuchtenden Farben kommen auf der matt schimmernden Seide besonders gut zur Geltung. Serigrafie auf reiner Seide (Crêpe de Chine) in 15 Farben rouliert. Format 120 x 120 cm. Die abgebildeten Werke sind urheberrechtlich geschützt. Es ist insbesondere nicht gestattet, diese Abbildungen zu kopieren, zu bearbeiten, auszudrucken oder zu veröffentlichen. Zuwiderhandlungen werden straf- und zivilrechtlich verfolgt.The displayed works of art are protected under the copyright. In particular, it is not permitted to reproduce, to alter, to print or to publish these works of art. Violations will be prosecuted according to civil and criminal law. Kunst ganz einfach online bei ars mundi kaufen - bei einem der großen Kunstversender Europas
Knowledge Sharing Tutorial:Where Technology Is Advancing, Economies Challenged, and Communities Evolving, Nothing Is More Essential Than the Development of Learning Resources in School and at Work Dr. John E. Harrigan