The declaration of principles it is based on this model is: customer satisfaction and employee satisfaction and impact on society are achieved through leadership initiatives, policy and strategy, personnel management, resources and processes leading ultimately to excellence in business performance. Corman reminds us that these principles are embodied in nine criteria, of which five agents and four are called outcomes. The criteria are related to staff how the organization addresses each of the sub, they are: leadership, people, politics and strategy, partnerships and resources and processes. The criteria deal with what results has reached the organization, its achievements, specifically: people results, customer results, society results, key results. Additional information at Connie Coleman supports this article. We consider very important, the fact that emphasis is placed on a factor such as human resources, whom the management of SMEs, and even medium-sized firms, the Venezuelan case, has given much importance, missing capital, human talent you have and has been reflected in an organizational climate that shows no organizational behavior according to the great challenges and transformations that the demand scenario for the business sector to identify with such operation that benefits everyone. It should be borne in mind in the history of this model, this model was developed in 1991 with the collaboration of numerous organizations, both business and education and from the experiences of the models popularized by the Deming Prize in Japan and the Malcolm Baldrige in the United States USA. It was designed to promote the competitiveness of European industry. It is said that at the time of the emergence of the European model, the Malcolm Baldrige he blamed a deficiency: The lack of attention paid to the results in the broad sense of the organizations.
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On July 14, were held last hundred ten years the storming of the Bastille, an event par excellence with which it identifies the French Revolution and the great changes she introduced, such as the definitive implementation of the system of capitalist production and abolition of absolute monarchy. On the other hand, in one of those coincidences of life, on June 20 before, in his own house of Dreux (Normandy) and ninety years of age had died the only pretender to the French throne, Prince Henri d’Orleans, Count of Paris. With him also disappeared, at least temporarily, any desire to revive the monarchy in that country, as his eldest son, the Count of Clermont, who married Marie-Therese of Wurttemberg, after having served his military service in the French army was joined the wonderful world of business and do not want to know anything about politics. The Count of Paris, was born in the Aisne Gallo, 5 July 1908. His father, the Duke of Guise, married Isabelle d’Orleans-Bragance or Isabelle de France, had become head of the House of France and pretender to the crown after the death of his cousin, also Duke of Orleans, in 1926, who left no male heir . Henri d’Orleans had to leave the country since then, in fulfillment of the famous Exile Law of 1886 which provided the death penalty for “heads of families that had reigned in France and all its direct descendants.” He only returned to his homeland in 1950 when the National Assembly decided to repeal this rule.
As human beings and can not find the solution to your problem in the churches looking for a spirituality freer, more direct to the sacred. This seems very real, as it is known that the church has played an important role in society, even power, but now we see gaining ground in the media say about politics even participating in events related to drug trafficking, leading to tragedies that to date have not been resolved. This makes us think that the church has totally abandoned the spiritual dimension. CULTURE OF PEACE: “Mankind must come out of violence only through nonviolence. Hatred can be overcome only by love”-Gandhi “I mean the text Wisdom, love and compassion holistic education and perennial philosophy Gallegos II Nava, where he maintains a dialogue with Edward T. Clark, about the human and social transformation in which we, as Gallegos believes we are witnessing an epochal change, and moving towards a new cultural structure.
People are calling for a paradigm shift in science, a new education, sustainable development for the planet and human transformation. Here I agree with Ramon Gallegos, since we are in a process of change, although as he says Ramon Gallegos, orthodox scientists are accustomed to traditional Cartesian paradigm, but believes think that education is the basis of all this. Ramon Gallegos referred to us students of the Master, we seek the meaning of transcendence and integrity, as you mention it, tired of the arid academia, looking for something more inclusive. He is right to mention that we need a more comprehensive knowledge, a vision that relates to the mind and heart, considering the spiritual experience.
In December 1970 the Occupational Safety and Health Administration was created by an act of congress under the administration of President Richard M. Nixon. The mandate of OSHA was, and is, to prevent work-related injuries, sickness, or fatalities by creating and enforcing standards for workplace health and safety. This agency is run within the Department of Labor and headed by one of the Deputy Assistants to the Secretary of Labor.
Simultaneous with the creating of OSHA, the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) was also created. The mission of NIOSH is to be the research arm of OSHA which focuses on occupational safety and health, but is not a part of the Department of Labor.
The regulations enacted by OSHA cover the majority of private sector workplaces.
Under the administration of Jimmy Carter a toxicologist from the University of Cincinnati, Eula Bingham, led OSHA to concentrate more on work place health hazards such as toxic chemicals. Before this OSHA’s main focus was on equipment safety, including training, communication and documentation.
Under Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush there were efforts to weaken the ability of OSHA to enforce and enact rules regulating workplace safety.
President Clinton began to refocus the approach of OSHA, emphasizing more on “stakeholder” satisfaction through compliance assistance. Under the Clinton administration OSHA inspections significantly went down in number.
In 1994 the republican party took over control of the congress and began to make efforts to improve the scientific validity of the standards which OSHA had been issuing rules. Several of the bills sponsored by Republican congressman were stopped by the Democratic minority and more moderate republicans. Other legislation did pass, however, including the Small Business Regulatory Enforcement Fairness Act of 1996 and the Congressional Review Act.