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Posts Tagged ‘practices’

Frost & Sullivan premia le aziende migliori alla cena di gala degli Excellence in Best Practices Awards 2015

Posted by fidest press agency su giovedì, 15 ottobre 2015

montecarloMonaco, 22 ottobre 2015 Monte-Carlo Bay Hotel & Resort, Principato di Monaco. L’evento di gala, in due parti, celebra le prestazioni eccezionali delle aziende e le loro strategie, i loro processi e dirigenti.
Il Best Practices Awards Banquet 2015 attirerà le aziende più note e più importanti con i loro dirigenti. I vincitori sono stati selezionati da analisti esperti del settore attraverso metodologie proprietarie che misurano le prestazioni e confrontano i diversi concorrenti con benchmark per la valutazione delle best practice. “Riunendo innovatori di diversi settori e riconoscendo i progressi che hanno portato ai loro rispettivi campi, vi presentiamo il significato di Best Practice, – commenta Jeffrey Frigstad, Senior Global Vice President per le Best Practices di Frost & Sullivan. – Le nostre cene di gala in tutto il mondo celebrano concretamente i risultati significativi dell’industria nell’ambito degli affari.” Le aziende premiate sono state estratte da un ampio spettro di settori che spaziano tra IT, sanità, energia, automazione, prodotti chimici e materiali. Alcune delle aree di eccellenza individuate sono state: leadership di prodotto, innovazione di prodotto, leadership nel servizio clienti, innovazione tecnologica e innovazione e leadership nella strategia competitiva. Il Best Practices Awards Banquet offre un accesso senza precedenti al meglio del settore. Unisciti a Frost & Sullivan nell’onorare questi top player, la cui leadership e best practice hanno ridefinito gli standard del settore nel corso dell’anno.

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Good practices of integration

Posted by fidest press agency su mercoledì, 28 settembre 2011

Displaced people in a temporary transit centre...

Image by DFID - UK Department for International Development via Flickr

New York Academics, migration experts, policy makers, UN agency representatives and governments gathered in New York to share good practices of integration, showcase projects aimed at promoting tolerance and understanding in multicultural cities and examined the next steps. As a follow-up to subsequent discussions held in New York in 2009, in Rio de Janeiro in 2010, and in Rome in 2011, the United Nations Alliance of Civilizations (UNAOC) joined forces with the Italian Permanent Mission to the UN to organize a working lunch on “The Inter-ethnic City” on Monday, September 26th 2011. The integration of migrants, specifically in cities, is critical for the improvement of cooperative relations among peoples across cultures and religions. This working lunch examined good practices and processes for better integration at the level of cities as experienced by local administrators, policymakers and other stakeholders. Among other good practices, the UNAOC presented its video project which aims at showing examples of good integration of migrants in Italian cities and shifting the focus of the immigration debate towards the human side of the story. UNESCO and UN-Habitat presented the project ‘Migrants’ Inclusion in Cities: Innovative urban policies and practices’, a toolkit for local decision-makers providing guidelines and examples of good practices to improve the inclusion of international migrants in the city. According to Michelle Klein-Solomon, the Permanent Observer for the International Organization for Migration, “there is no one model of integration, there is no one model of migration, we have to acknowledge these differences while giving a feeling of citizenship to build more inclusive societies”. But overall, as stated by Vincenzo Scotti, Under Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs of Italy, it is a question of tolerance and respect.

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Clinical Data Strategiest to Educate on EDC Trends

Posted by fidest press agency su venerdì, 10 luglio 2009

CEO & Chairman Jim Walker  of Octagon Research Solutions, Inc. , a pioneer and leading provider of breakthrough software and services to the life sciences industry, today announced that two of Octagon’s thought leaders will present in a webinar hosted by the Society for Clinical Data Management (SCDM). Dan Crawford, director, Clinical Data Services, Octagon Research Solutions, Inc., and Dawn Kaminski, product manager-EDC, Product Management, Octagon Research Solutions, Inc. will speak on “EDC: Today and Tomorrow’. They will be joined by fellow presenter Jonathan Andrus, vice president, Data and Study Operations, BioClinica, Inc. This SCDM-sponsored webinar  aims to educate on successful startup, maintenance, and close-out practices for an EDC study. Additionally, information regarding the trends and future of EDC and the eClinical space will be addressed, specifically standards and other complementary data sources, such as electronic health records and how they influence the EDC environment.The Society for Clinical Data Management , established in 1994, boasts over 2,600 members internationally. SCDM is looked to as the industry leader in professional development services and aims to advance the discipline of clinical data management.
Octagon is a pioneer and leading provider of breakthrough software and services to the life sciences industry. Octagon’s eCTD and CDISC solutions provide the people, process and technology required to optimize drug development from data collection to submission. Our regulatory, clinical, process and software offerings provide a unique combination of deep domain knowledge, cross-functional electronic submission expertise, a holistic process approach, and integrated solutions. Octagon is headquartered in Wayne, PA, with European headquarters in Harrow, UK. Octagon’s EDC Operations are located in Mountain View, CA. For more information please visit http://www.octagonresearch.com

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Poor. Old. Tired. Horse. Group show

Posted by fidest press agency su mercoledì, 17 giugno 2009

poor oldLondon until 23/8/2009 ICA – Institute of Contemporary Arts  The Mall Curated by Mark Sladen Exhibiting artists: Vito Acconci, Carl Andre, Anna Barham, Matthew Brannon, Henri Chopin, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Alasdair Gray, Philip Guston, David Hockney, Karl Holmqvist, Dom Sylvester Houe’dard, Janice Kerbel, Christopher Knowles, Ferdinand Kriwet, Liliane Lijn, Robert Smithson, Frances Stark and Sue Tompkins. Poor. Old. Tired. Horse. takes an expansive look at text-based art practices, inspired by the concrete poetry movement of the 60s which explored both the literary and graphic potential of language.  The Scottish artist and writer Ian Hamilton Finlay was an important promoter of concrete poetry in Britain, and our exhibition takes its title from the periodical that he ran from 1962 to 1968. Other figures here linked with concrete poetry include Henri Chopin, Liliane Lijn, Dom Sylvester Houe’dard and Ferdinand Kriwet.  Poor. Old. Tired. Horse. allows the viewer to look afresh at a range of other text-based practices that originated in the 60s and 70s. Robert Smithson and Carl Andre are best known for their contributions to minimalist sculpture, and Vito Acconci for his performance work, but here they are represented by poetic and expressive works on paper. The exhibition also includes poems illuminated by Philip Guston and Alasdair Gray, typewriter works by outsider artist Christopher Knowles and a set of etchings by David Hockney inspired by Greek poet CP Cavafy.  Poor. Old. Tired. Horse. concludes with the work of a number of younger artists. Sue Tompkins, Janice Kerbel and Anna Barham are all represented by text-based pieces, including a film by Barham in which letters are assembled and disassembled by hand. Other artists explore the combination of text and image, including Matthew Brannon and Frances Stark, while Karl Holmqvist is represented by a wall of xeroxed poems and images from his Oneloveworld book. galleries: free: Poor. Old. Tired. Horse. is curated by Mark Sladen, ICA director of exhibitions. It is accompanied by issue two of Roland, the magazine of the ICA’s visual art programme.  Events to accompany Poor. Old. Tired. Horse.: lectures, discussions, an evening of experimental poetry and Liliane Lijn’s Power Game. (poor old)

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