The history of art is probably a heuristic discipline
Figure 3 depicts the nature of work performed within the employee communication discipline
Selection criteria mandate equitable distribution among the art disciplines
and equal representation of women, minority, and other groups, as well as equitable geographical representation.
Regarding the potential for market discipline
, the study suggests that greater reliance on private-sector oversight in banking can be consistent with the supervisory goals of limiting moral hazard and systemic risk.
In the mature markets, North America and Europe, production discipline
has been more the norm.
of "deciding what is enough--and sticking to it.
described as a framework of basic assumptions with which perceptions are evaluated and relationships [and values] are delineated and applied to a discipline
or profession" (Grover & Glazier, 1986, p.
What is the best way for CEOs to implement discipline
while developing creativity?
Glazer, head of the National College of Rubber Technology, postulated, "few would disagree with the view that the viability and future development of the rubber industry will depend largely upon its success in acquiring and increasing the number of well-educated technologists whose education has included a study of polymers, as well as a study of basic disciplines
of chemistry, engineering, mathematics and physics.
The CBA also is proposing a statute that would require CPAs to report to them any civil judgment or settlement related to the practice of accountancy so that a determination can be made as to whether discipline
should also be taken against the license.
Science, which had much to do with creating a discipline
-based epistemology, has been subject to criticisms based on the recognition that disciplines
are not grand narratives and have limited range.
Any faculty member from any discipline
can serve as a host, regardless of whether the host has had prior experience with environmental research.