Impact of alignment between organizational climates for safety, productivity, and quality, The
With a sample of 204 construction workers, the present study assessed how the alignment and misalignment between safety, productivity, and quality climates was related to important individual and organizational outcomes. All three climates were related to safety, productivity, and quality outcomes. An alignment between climates, and a more positive perception of each, led to beneficial outcomes for the individual and the organization. However, a greater misalignment between the outcomes led to poorer health and decreased productivity and quality. Better perceptions of leadership were associated ...
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Engaging key stakeholders in climate change: a community-based project for youth-led participatory climate action Author(s):Trott, Carlie D.Date Issued:2017Format:born digital; doctoral dissertationsFew studies have examined how youth think about, and take action on climate change and far fewer have sought to facilitate their engagement using participatory methods. This dissertation evaluated the impacts of Science, ...
Preferable climate for consumption: or the comparative importance of different climatic attributes in the arrest of chronic pulmonary disease, The Author(s):Denison, Charles, A. M., MDDate:1887"Introduction: The discussion of this most important question of "Climatic influence in Phthisis," to be fair, must be general, with no unworthy prominence given to any one of its many elements. The subject is necessarily ...
Integrating herder observations, meteorological data and remote sensing to understand climate change patterns and impacts across an eco-climatic gradient in Mongolia Author(s):Fernandez-Gimenez, M. E.; Angerer, J. P.; Allegretti, A. M.; Fassnacht, S. R.; Byamba, A.; Chantsallkham, J.; Reid, R.; Venable, N. B. H.Date Issued:2015-06Format:born digital; proceedings (reports)Mongolia has one of the strongest climate warming signals on Earth, and over 40% of the human population depends directly or indirectly on pastoral livestock production for their livelihoods. Thus, climate-driven changes ...