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He excerpted large portions of the Briner "Interpretation" and commented, regarding the lectionary, that people would "not be restricted solely to the favorite passages of one or perhaps a few persons." (55) He continually stressed the achievement whereby the members of the Joint Committee on Worship and the Board of Christian Education worked together.
By focusing on narrow technical debate, there is then a further risk that managerial and organizational cognition researchers could become caught in a triviality trap, in which debates and research have no theoretical or practical substance (Briner 1999; Greenberg et al.
From Bruce Barton--who could hardly get over his amazement that Matthew quit being a tax collector to follow Jesus--to Bob Briner, management theorists wax rhapsodic about Christ's ability to pick a staff.
As noted by Briner (Paul Hindemith: Lebebn und Werk [Zurich: Atlantis, 1988], 38), this cycle, as well as the other works written by Hindemith during his period of military service, already exhibits a new way of expressing his musical language and a new characteristic style.
Csikszentmihalyi & Larson (1987) reported that 80% is the average response frequency for time-sampling studies of this type, but response compliance can drop to 65% when there is time pressure on participants (Totterdell, Kellett, Teuchmann & Briner, 1998).
Given the wide variety of variables and theories contained within the term, Briner and Reynolds (1993) contended that occupational stress is best thought of as a rubric for a range of phenomena that are not necessarily causally related.
In this context, psychological contracts have evolved to be a key concept in understanding contemporary employment relationships (Conway & Briner, 2005; Guest, 2016; Guest, 2004; Shore & Tetrick, 1994).
A literatura sobre lesoes no voleibol aponta varios casos de contusoes no voleibolista, tendo destaque para a entorse de tornozelo, uma das contusoes mais comuns nesse esporte (Briner Junior e Kacmar, 1997; Briner Junior e Benjamin, 1999; Gerberich e colaboradores, 1987; Tadiello e De Rose, 2006).
Jack Briner, chairman and CEO of First Mountain Bank, said, 'While we regret that the regulators were unwilling to approve this transaction as agreed to by the parties, First Mountain Bank is moving on and looking forward to continuing its operations from its offices in Big Bear Lake, Running Springs and Lucerne Valley.
As part of the transaction Jack Briner, chairman and CEO of First Mountain Bank, will become a director of First National Bank of Southern California and will continue in a consulting role to oversee the Big Bear Lake operations and continue to work with customers and the community.
Briner and Denyer (2012) recently argued that systematic review and research synthesis tools can be distinguished from prevailing practices of reviewing and summarizing existing knowledge in management--such as in textbooks for students, literature review sections in empirical studies, or papers focusing on literature review.
Additionally, by understanding the factors that influence burnout, one can design efficient practical interventions in the area of Occupational Health Psychology (Briner, 2012).
"We know that Jakobshavn Isbrae has retreated at this incredible rate in recent years, and our study suggests that it advanced that fast, also," said Jason Briner, the associate professor of geology who led the research.