The finding that the intervention did not affect any participant scores on the BAPS Intention and Expertness
scales further supports the notion that the intervention lacked persuasive power.
Undergraduate IS programs are struggling to produce students with the expertness
and professionalism these firms need as they place new hires on important business contracts.
Recognizing this, I would describe Nathan Scott's life and work as he described Ralph Ellison's--"all [of it] being done with the ease that comes from enormous expertness
of craft, from deep intimacy of knowledge, and from love" ("Ellison's Vision" 312).
But while now upon so wide a field thus variously accomplished and with such liveliness of expertness
in him, too; all this would seem to argue some uncommon vivacity of intelligence.
Librarians must recast themselves without espousing our expertness
, without claiming that we know the only correct way to conduct information seeking.
There is no problem to use proper literature for ergonomic evaluation of workplaces but this is in many times quite difficult according to considerable expertness
of the text and huge amount of information.
Synonyms listed for "art" include skill, cunning, artifice and craft, suggesting personal or creative power, technical knowledge and proficiency, ingenuity, and expertness
in workmanship (Merriam-Webster Online, 2008).
The paradox is that experience alone is no guarantee of expertness
and that experienced people may be trapped in dysfunctional cultural patterns of repeating what has worked in the past--the tyranny of success in the context of a hyperturbulent environment.
, attractiveness, and trustworthiness), (d) techniques used by the consultant, and (e) quality of the relationship between the consultant and the client (Martin et al.
But it's still weird how so many people see me, and my large round face, as a source of local geographical expertness
Seamanship, as an art of special character, was beginning to change its form with the passing of sail power and its supersession by the steam engine; while requiring in its new form no less ability and practiced judgment in the handling of large ships, it offered a diminished field for expertness
in craft of only moderate size and speed among officers doing simple watch duty not in company with other ships; and, therefore, it was threatened with a materially lessened regard.
Playing With Print" offers a wealth of different ways to incorporate print into the instruction curriculum for reading and writing that will attract, engage and inspire children to attach meaning to the printed word with a naturalness and expertness
that will stand them in very good stead for further academic achievement.