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However, the authors do not delve into the current literature showing that nanosized materials do not necessarily behave like bulk materials in water and soils and that it would be prudent to consider and develop new treatment or containments strategies.
And 81 percent agreed that their college studies had prepared them to behave ethically in their future careers as accountants.
To behave strategically has nothing necessarily to do with any particular kind of management other than effective management--"being strategic" is always a part of effective management.
But what we really like about this, and we learned a lot about this in Deep Blue, is the brute force techniques of having a lot of information and a lot of computer power is the most effective way of making systems behave in what we humans would call intelligence," he said.
And if Prince Andrew wishes to continue to represent us on official business he should learn to behave with dignity, too.
While a child may feel guilty, the choices are to accept that he is really bad, to reject the norm and try not to get caught the next time, or ideally, to make some restitution and learn how to behave differently in the future.
If you behave in that manner with co-workers, you'll eventually behave like that with your boss.
The unique conditions on board an aircraft can make people behave in ways they would not normally consider, according to consultant clinical psychologist Dr Roy Bailey of Counselling Solutions.
Peter Senge (1990), a well-known contemporary author who studies the relationship between human behavior and systems, recently wrote that when people, no matter how different, are placed in the same system (environment), they begin to behave the same and produce the same results.
First, he or she must communicate the contents of the strategic plan in such a way that everyone in the organization understands company policy in the same way and fully appreciates that they are expected to behave in ways consistent with that policy.
Most fundamentally, it assumes that there is a construction of gender at any particular historical moment rather than a continual contest between women and men - even more, between different groups of women and different groups of men - about what femininity and masculinity mean, how women and men ought to behave, and how they actually do behave.
It is our dream to get what we want and to get others to behave the way we want them to behave.