Corporate Literacy

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  • Author : Anne Kauhanen-Simanainen
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Pages : 184 pages
  • ISBN : 1780631561
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Corporate Literacy

Corporate Literacy
  • Author : Anne Kauhanen-Simanainen
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 31 January 2007
GET THIS BOOK Corporate Literacy

This book introduces a new facet for information and knowledge management: Corporate Literacy refers to the comprehensive literacy that companies and communities need in the networked, fast changing and complex environment. The views relating to organisations and information are changing along with the changes in the operating and information environment. The concept of literacy is also expanding. It cannot anymore be observed only from an individual point of view but the attention has to be transferred to communal skills. Based

Closing the Literacy Gap in American Business

Closing the Literacy Gap in American Business
  • Author : Edward E. Gordon,Judith A. Ponticell,Ronald R. Morgan
  • Publisher : Greenwood Publishing Group
  • Release : 11 May 1991
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The authors present their perspective on workplace literacy past, present, and future. They describe how 21st century technology produced America's "literacy gap." The book reviews strengths and weaknesses of current literacy programs. It discusses learning related to difficult employee literacy problems. Actual case studies describe Individualized Instructional Programs (IIP) for hourly workers, support staff, managers, and professionals. A game plan is formulated for how to establish company "Work Force Education" policy and offer multi-level, cost-justified programs. Finally, international responses to

Achieving Adult Literacy

Achieving Adult Literacy
  • Author : Pamela J. Farris
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 11 May 1992
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Leaders in business and industry are demanding workers who not only can read and write but can think creatively and critically and solve problems. Federal- and state-funded programs and volunteer organizations are involved with adult literacy. Increasingly, corporations are funding adult literacy projects. Adults read for different reasons than they did when in school. Their reading relates to work-related tasks; they read to keep up with current events or for their own enjoyment. A first goal of an adult literacy

Orality and Literacy in the Middle Ages

Orality and Literacy in the Middle Ages
  • Author : Dennis Howard Green
  • Publisher : Brepols Pub
  • Release : 11 May 2021
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The most important part of the title of this book is the word 'and'. These words form the memorable conclusion to D.H. Green's study Medieval Listening and Reading; they encapsulate how, in the Middle Ages, orality and literacy are not to be considered as two separate and largely unrelated cultures or modes of textual transmission, but as elements in a mutual interplay and interpenetration. In this volume, scholars from Britain, Germany and North America follow Green's insistence on the

Corporate Giving Directory

Corporate Giving Directory
  • Author : Verne Thompson
  • Publisher : Information Today Incorporated
  • Release : 01 November 2006
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Now you can identify valuable links and contacts between your organization's leaders and the trustees, donors, officers, and directors of corporate foundations. This handy reference book provides complete profiles of the 1,000 largest corporate foundations and corporate direct giving programs in the U.S.-the funding sources that represent nearly $5.6 billion in cash and nonmonetary support annually. Each company profiled makes contributions of at least $200,000 annually, including nonmonetary support. Includes information on difficult-to-research direct giving programs that are not included on