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CHANGE. The exchange of money for money. The giving, for example, dollars for eagles, dimes for dollars, cents for dimes. This is a contract which always takes place in the same place. By change is also understood small money. Poth. Contr. de Change, n. 1.

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A focus on culture change as such--as opposed to the more obvious and undeniably rich opportunities to mount more specialized courses on shifts in core beliefs and values in, say, early modern Europe or revolutionary China--would prompt many teachers to think about and draw upon an array of examples, which is precisely what the subject needs and deserves.
Many agencies are ready for a culture change, and with careful planning and commitment, any organization can realize the benefits of a new and improved culture.
The transportation community needs a culture change that emphasizes an operational approach to assigned missions and leadership at the individual level, TLPs at the company level, and the MDMP at the battalion level.
What really matters is the ability to champion innovative progress and the skill to push others to keep the culture change line moving forward.
In part, the lack of consistent empirical evidence for the effectiveness of culture change is attributed to sample design challenges and the difficulty of defining and measuring it and how well it is implemented, not to mention the difficulty of measuring quality of care and life outcomes that culture change aspires to improve (Shier et al.
The culture change experts, from a firm known as Senn Delaney, are the same people who oversaw major cultural changes at Jaguar Land Rover's Halewood plant when production of Ford Escorts ceased and production of Jaguar X-Types commenced.
The authors are knowledgeable, articulate, and unswerving in their passion to implement authentic culture change in children's and student ministry.
Other publications, even before PREA was written into law, had already looked to leadership as the source for culture change in organizations.
Bohan noted, “It's easy to talk about the need for culture change but a lot harder to actually achieve it.
Culture Change in Ethiopia: An Evangelical Perspective.
After spending last weekend in Dublin with 3000 Glasgow Warriors followers, it's clear there's a culture change in Scottish sport.
WOMEN now account for just over a fifth of directors on boards of top companies after a "culture change" in British business over the past three years, according to a new report.

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