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De Vlaamse Scriptiebank is een vrij toegankelijke online databank. Deze bevat alle artikels en full text scripties van deelnemende bachelors en masters aan de

Zuurstof maakt het verschil - Veilig zuurstofgebruik bij de gehospitaliseerde COPD-patiënt met risico op respiratoir falen

Thomas More Hogeschool
2021
Merel
Grieten
Genomineerde shortlist Bachelorprijs
Voor de bachelor verpleegkundigen of andere werkenden binnen de zorgen die interessen hebben in correct zuurstofgebruik bij de gehospitaliseerde COPD-patiënt.
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‘We are One’: Effects of Social Identity Leadership on Work-Related Outcomes and the Moderating Role of Leader Gender

KU Leuven
2018
Charlotte
Edelmann
Deze scriptie richt zich op Identity Leadership (IL), gebaseerd op de Social Identity theory, en de effecten op werktevredenheid, burn-out en OCB binnen de belgische werkpopulatie. Daarnaast wordt de modererende rol van het geslacht van de leidinggevende onderzocht tussen IL en OCB.
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Professionalisering van Vlaamse Schoolleiders

KU Leuven
2018
Emma
Adriaensen
De Vlaamse onderwijskoepels organiseren opleidings- en ontwikkelingsactiviteiten voor schooldirecteurs. Toch blijken secundaire schooldirecties opleidingsnoden te ervaren, merkwaardig genoeg in die domeinen waar ook de koepels sterk de nadruk op leggen in hun aanbod.
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Crisismanagement en de ramp in Fukushima: de invloed van het ‘Nuclear Village’

KU Leuven
2016
Kelly
Knapen
Crisis Management and the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear disaster
The influence of the Nuclear Village
Kelly Knapen


The triple meltdown in the Fukushima daiichi nuclear power plant on the 11th of March 2011 has been coined the second worst nuclear disaster since Tsjernobyl. It created a shockwave through the world. Concerns about the safety of this energy source rose to new heights. Voices arose to completely step away from nuclear energy altogether. In Japan this became very apparent. The government experienced massive waves of criticism. Mainly on the way they handled the crisis. This dissertation looked deeper into the crisis management regarding the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster and investigated whether this was effective or not. Secondly this research concentrated on the reasons behind the failures of the crisis management, mainly concentrating on the influence of the Nuclear Village and what effect this had on the crisis management itself.
To achieve this, this dissertation first looked deeper into the legal framework surrounding crisis management in Japan to investigate whether two important aspects of crisis management were covered namely those of preparation and prevention. Secondly it used the reports of the ‘Fukushima Nuclear Accident Independent Investigation Commission’ of the National Diet of Japan and ‘The Independent Investigation committee on the Fukushima Nuclear Accident’ to look deeper into the immediate crisis respons and looked whether the three important elements of communication, cooperation and leadership were present. Lastly, by using the theory of George Stigler on ‘Regulatory Capture’ and the more concrete studie on the ‘Nuclear Village’ of Kainuma (開沼) and Kingston, this dissertation formed its conclusion on the reason behind the problems regarding crisis management in Japan and its effectiveness.
Out of this research it became apparent that there were serious problems concerning the crisis management of the Fukushima nuclear accident. It became clear that nuclear safety was not ensured. The government did not learn the necessary lessons from the two severe incidents that occurred before the disaster in Fukushima, which should have served as a wake-up call. During the crisis at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, the main players in crisis management distrusted each other, which lead to a general lack of cooperation, communication and leadership. Although this was a period of crisis, where no one acts perfectly according to plan, this research made clear that the influence of TEPCO on the different players was a major factor in the failure of the crisis management concerning the nuclear disaster at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant.
This crisis eventually led to a structural reform of crisis management in Japan. This can certainly be called a big step forward. However regarding the nature of the Nuclear Village, as a deeply-enrooted system, a reform alone may not be enough. On this part more research is definitely needed.

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De beeldvorming van Duitsland in de Franse pers tijdens de eurocrisis

KU Leuven
2014
Marlies
Vandenhoeck
AbstractDuring the euro crisis, France and Germany played a highly important and visible role. Since the spring of 2010, the beginning of the Greek crisis, the importance of Germany to the European Union has become remarkably clear. German participation was indispensable for Greek rescue. However, during the spring of 2010, it became apparent that the traditional alliance of France and Germany, long the engine of European integration, was weakening. Differences in leadership style and political culture have made bilateral leadership arduous.
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Legal Issues of Cross-border Bank Resolution in the EU Context

Universiteit Gent
2012
Li Li
Chong
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    Chong
This paper analyses how the European Union (EU) dealt with its banking crisis specifically in the aspect of cross-border banking resolution. The first part of the paper presents that currently, there is a mismatch between the level of financial integration amongst cross-border EU banks and the fragmented regulatory setting it adheres to. However, there were at the very least, some form of harmonisation in terms of regulation and supervision in the EU. What was completely missing from the picture was any form of harmonisation for a resolution framework.
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Predator V Pet - Wolf V Dog

VIVES Hogeschool
2012
Vanessa
Almeida da Silva Amorim
Dogs: wolves in a sheepskin?Dogs are wonderful creatures. There is something about the twinkle in their eyes that makes them such a unique species. Like no other animal they have successfully found new ways to function in our human-made world. However their presence is not always filled with joy and happiness. As much as dogs seem to enjoy spending time with humans they still need us to treat them with the respect and handling that is appropriate to their nature.  Some dog owners are lucky enough to never have considerable trouble with their dogs.
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Eerste LEED-gebouw in België

Thomas More Hogeschool
2011
Steve
Van den Brandt
Eerste LEED-gebouw in BelgiëIn onze huidige maatschappij kunnen we het belang van duurzaamheid niet meer over het hoofd zien. Zonder oog voor het milieu en de klimaatverandering drijven we nu eenmaal onze toekomstige generaties in grote moeilijkheden. Johnson & Johnson wil hier iets aan doen door in elk van hun projecten deze duurzaamheid te betonneren. Hiervoor passen ze het Amerikaans certificatieprogramma ‘Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design’ of LEED® toe.Dit model omvat een heleboel uiteenlopende milieubewuste vereisten waaraan een project moet voldoen.
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Communicatie en arbeidstevredenheid. Een kwantitatieve analyse van de rusthuizen regio Antwerpen-Noord

KU Leuven
2009
Daisy
Vanoppen
 
Communicatie en arbeidstevredenheid
Een kwantitatieve analyse van de rusthuizen regio Antwerpen Noord
 
                                                                                                                      door Daisy VANOPPEN
 
Communiceren, we doen het al ons hele leven. Toch kan er tijdens dit proces heel wat mis lopen. Misverstanden in de communicatie kunnen ontstaan in ons dagelijks leven, op de werkplek. Koeleman (2003) geeft aan dat een slechte interne communicatie oorzaak is van onvrede bij heel wat werknemers.
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Crossing Over - Contemprary Feminist Theologians on the Theology of the Cross

KU Leuven
2008
Tina
Blommaert
 
 
Defence of the Research Paper presented in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the Master of Advanced Studies in Theology and Religion:

“Crossing Over. Contemporary Feminist Theologians on the Theology of the Cross.”
 

 
Dear gentlemen,
To start off this defence, I will sketch the problems concerning the theology of the cross that my research has inquired into. Next, I will briefly outline the scope of my research, sketching the answers proposed by the feminist theologians in my reading and finally I will voice the results I arrived at.
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Training van emotionele intelligentie als leiderschapskwaliteit.

LUCA School of Arts
2007
Jo
Vanderstegen
Training van emotionele intelligentie als leiderschapskwaliteit.

“Steeds meer werkgevers klagen over het gebrek aan sociale vaardigheden bij hun nieuwe werknemers.” ‑ Daniël Goleman
 
Emotionele intelligentie werd een echte hype bij het grote publiek na het verschijnen van het boek “Emotional Intelligence” van Daniël Goleman in 1995. Ook de bedrijven lieten dit begrip niet onopgemerkt voorbij waaien. Uit wetenschappelijk onderzoek bleek immers dat EQ of emotionele intelligentiequotiënt dubbel zoveel voorspellende waarde heeft dan IQ voor het behalen van professionele doelstellingen.
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De Tijd Loopt... De Europese Unie als ontwikkelingsactor: de Millenniumdoelstellingen

Universiteit Gent
2007
Kelly
Gheleyns
2015 De Tijd Loopt…
 
Er zijn al genoeg woorden en goede intenties geweest. “Nu is de tijd gekomen om te handelen” volgens de voormalige secretaris generaal van de VN, Kofi Annan. Hiermee verwees hij naar de Amerikaanse president Franklin D. Roosevelt die ooit zei: “To make the right choice, leaders will need to have the courage to fulfiltheir responsibilities in an admittedly imperfect world. They will also need the wisdom to transcend their differences. Given firm, clear-sighted leadership, both within States and among them, I am confident that they can. I am also certain that they must.
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