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an input (e.g. raw material, people, machinery) which is combined with other inputs to supply a good or service.
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The games group showed improvements on communication, adaptability and resourcefulness scales.
Resourcefulness presents contemporary views of energy and water science in modular and flexible ways to meet the needs of 21st century teachers and students.
KEY WORDS: undergraduate men, sexual resourcefulness, sexual self-efficacy, unwanted sexual compliance, reasons for compliance
Though no one entrepreneur is exactly like another, I believe there are five key qualities that successful entrepreneurs possess: curiosity, creativity, resourcefulness, leadership and tenacity.
Job resourcefulness, which is a situational-level personality trait and refers to "the enduring disposition to garner scarce resources and overcome obstacles in pursuit of job-related goals" [26, p.
This study proposes and tests a conceptual model that investigates whether customer orientation acts as a mediator of the relationship between job resourcefulness and hotel employee outcomes.
Imagination and Resourcefulness Are Prospecting Tools
True enough, thrift can be carried ridiculously far, but rooted as it is in a time when each man made his own way without benefit of government handouts, it speaks to admirable traits such as resourcefulness, discipline and creativity.
Like his young witch Tiffany Aching, tsunami survivors Mau and Daphne combine the resourcefulness of a good junior protagonist with awkwardness and moments of terror that any real kid will recognise.
The Platinum Award, the highest honor, is presented to those entries that have demonstrated excellence in terms of quality, creativity and resourcefulness.
Learned resourcefulness has been described as "an acquired repertoire of behaviors and skills (mostly cognitive) by which a person self-regulates internal responses (such as emotions, cognitions or pain) that interfere with the smooth execution of a desired behavior" (Rosenbaum & Ben-Ari, 1985, p.
She puts her resourcefulness down to her time struggling to become a model.