A Fourth Treasury of Knitting Patterns by Barbara G. Walker PDF

By Barbara G. Walker

ISBN-10: 0942018206

ISBN-13: 9780942018202

;Тренинг командообразования БИЗНЕС,НАУКА и УЧЕБА Автор: Сартан Галина Николаевна Название: Тренинг командообразованияИздательство: Речь, Санкт-Петербург Год: 2005 Страниц:179 Формат: document Язык: русский Размер: 6.47МбВ книге представлен эксклюзивный материал, основанный на практическом опыте автора. В течение семи лет под его руководством на предприятиях велась работа по формированию команд. В результате автором создана уникальная методика, названная "Технология "SNED"". Это методика управления динамикой группы с целью создания энергетически ресурсной, самоорганизующейся команды. Целью работы подобных команд является направленность на результат через решение целей и задач той компании, в которой они находятся.Материал изложен доступным языком. Каждое теоретическое положение проиллюстрировано примерами реальной практической работы автора. С помощью данной книги консультанты, тренеры и менеджеры по персоналу смогут обучиться не только проведению тренинга командообразования, но и полному циклу формирования команд в реальных условиях предприятий. Руководители смогут провести самостоятельную диагностику своего коллектива с целью выбора средств и методов более эффективного управления.Теоретический и практический материал, изложенный в книге, не имеет аналогов в зарубежной и российской практике и является полностью авторской разработкой.Все материалы предоставлены исключительно в ознакомительных целях и носят популяризационный и рекламный характер.Скачать -Тренинг командообразования .com0

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Knit 1 row. Work in hyacinth patt until piece measures approx 26", ending with row 6. Knit 2 rows Eyelet row (WS): K1, *K2tog, YO, rep from * to last st, K1. Knit 1 row. BO all sts loosely. Rep for second piece. LACING Place both pieces of wrap on flat surface with RS facing you and BO edges approximately 2" apart. Place small safety pin in each end of ribbon to assist with lacing. Insert ribbon lace straight across the bottom, emerging from both bottom eyelets. Adjust so that both strands are the same length.

Row 29: K12, *K5, K2tog, YO, K1, YO, ssk, K6, rep from * to last 11 sts, K11. Row 31: K12, *K4, K2tog, YO, K3, YO, ssk, K5, rep from * to last 11 sts, K11. Row 33: K12, *K3, (K2tog, YO) twice, K1, (YO, ssk) twice, K4, rep from * to last 11 sts, Kl1. Row 35: K12, *K2, (K2tog, YO) twice, K3, (YO, ssk) twice, K3, rep from * to last 11 sts, K11. Row 37: K12, *K1, (K2tog, YO) 3 times, K1, (YO, ssk) 3 times, K2, rep from * to last 11 sts, K11. Row 39: K12, *K2, (K2tog, YO) twice, K3, (YO, ssk) twice, K3, rep from * to last 10 sts, K11.

Row 4: With A, K1, *K1, sl 1 wyif, rep from * to last st, K1. Rep rows 1–4 for patt. Wrap With A, CO 54 sts and knit 1 row. Beg corn patt and cont until piece measures 11", ending with row 2. Buttonhole row (RS): Work 12 sts in patt, K2tog, sl last st worked to LH needle, K2tog, cont in corn patt as established across row. Next row: Work in patt to last 12 sts. Using backward loop, CO 2 sts, cont in corn patt across row. Cont in patt until piece measures 66", ending with row 2. With A, knit 1 row, BO pw all sts loosely.

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