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Cast For Death : by Yorke, Margaret(DLC)1636184;
Copyright -- About the Author -- Author's Note -- Foreward -- Part I -- 1 -- 2 -- 3 -- Part II -- 1 -- 2 -- Part III -- 1 -- 2 -- Part IV -- 1 -- 2 -- Part V -- 1 -- 2 -- Part VI -- 1 -- Part VII -- 1 -- 2 -- Part VIII -- 1 -- 2 -- Part IX -- 1 -- 2 -- Part X -- Part XI -- Part XII -- 1 -- 2 -- Part XIII -- 1 -- 2 -- 3 -- Part XIV -- 1 -- 2 -- Part XV -- 1 -- 2 -- 3 -- Part XVI -- Part XVII -- 1 -- 2 -- Part XVIII -- 1 -- 2 -- Part XIX -- 1 -- 2 -- 3 -- 4 -- Part XX -- 1 -- 2 -- Part XXI -- 1 -- 2 -- Part XXII -- 1 -- 2 -- 3 -- 'Dr. Patrick Grant' Titles -- Synopses of 'Grant' Titles.Sam Irwin, actor, is found dead in the River Thames. It appears to be suicide. But why should he have taken his own life? In arriving at a conclusion, Dr. Patrick Grant manages to link the death of a dog, a further suicide, and a series of art robberies. That, however, is only the prelude. Grant himself is threatened.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2016. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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The Design Thinking Playbook : Mindful Digital Transformation of Teams, Products, Services, Businesses and Ecosystems. by Lewrick, Michael.; Link, Patrick.; Leifer, Larry.;
Intro -- The Design Thinking Playbook -- Content -- Foreword -- Introduction -- 1. Understand Design Thinking -- 1.1 What needs are addressed in the Playbook? -- 1.2 Why is process awareness key? -- 1.3 How to get a good problem statement -- 1.4 How to discover user needs -- 1.5 How to build empathy with the user -- 1.6 How to find the right focus -- 1.7 How to generate ideas -- 1.8 How to structure and select ideas -- 1.9 How to create a good prototype -- 1.10 How to test efficiently -- 2. Transform Organizations -- 2.1 How to design a creative space and environment -- 2.2 What are the benefits of interdisciplinary teams? -- 2.3 How to visualize ideas and stories -- 2.4 How to design a good story -- 2.5 How to trigger change as a facilitator -- 2.6 How to prepare the organization for a new mindset -- 2.7 Why strategic foresight becomes a key capability -- 3. Design the Future -- 3.1 Why systems thinking helps to understand complexity -- 3.2 How to apply lean business model thinking -- 3.3 Why business ecosystem design becomes the ultimate lever -- 3.4 How to bring it home -- 3.5 Why some design criteria will change in the digital paradigm -- 3.6 How to kick-start digital transformation -- 3.7 How artificial intelligence creates a personalized customer experience -- 3.8 How to combine design thinking and data analytics to spur agility -- Closing words -- What have we learned on the journey? -- Tschüss, Peter! Zàijiàn, Lilly! Bye-bye, Marc! Hello, Future! -- Presentation of the Experts -- Sources -- Index -- EULA.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2019. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Creative ability in technology..; Creative ability in business..; Creative thinking..; Industrial management-Technological innovations..; Technological innovations.;
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The Design Thinking Toolbox : A Guide to Mastering the Most Popular and Valuable Innovation Methods. by Lewrick, Michael.; Link, Patrick.; Leifer, Larry.;
Intro -- The Design Thinking Toolbox -- Preface -- Contents -- The Toolbox in a nutshell -- The global survey -- Results of the survey -- What is design thinking? -- Design thinking? -- Who is Lilly? -- Quick start -- The Toolbox -- Warm-ups that fit the setting -- Popular warm-ups -- Clapping game -- Bingo -- Stop &amp -- go -- 30 circles -- Ninja -- Marshmallow challenge -- Phase: Understand -- Problem statement -- Design principles -- Interview for empathy -- Explorative interview -- Ask 5x why -- 5W+H questions -- Jobs to be done -- Extreme users/Lead users -- Stakeholder map -- Emotional response cards -- Phase: Observe -- Empathy map -- Persona/User profile -- Customer journey map -- AEIOU -- Analysis questions builder -- Peers observing peers -- Trend analysis -- Phase: Define point of view -- "How might we..." question -- Storytelling -- Context mapping -- Define success -- Vision cone -- Critical items diagram -- Phase: Ideate -- Brainstorming -- 2x2 Matrix -- Dot voting -- 6-3-5 Method -- Special brainstorming -- Analogies &amp -- benchmarking as inspiration -- NABC -- Blue ocean tool &amp -- buyer utility map -- Phase: Prototype -- Frequently used kinds of prototypes -- Focused experiments - Critical Experience Prototype (CEP) &amp -- Critical Function Prototype (CFP) -- Crazy experiments - Dark horse prototype -- Combined experiments - Funky prototype -- Imagining the future - Vision prototype -- Prototype with a first function - functional (system) prototype -- Solutions in detail - "X is finished" -- (Hopefully) at the finish - Final prototype -- Exploration map -- Prototype to test -- Service blueprint -- MVP = Minimum viable product -- Phase: Test -- Testing sheet -- Feedback capture grid -- Powerful questions in experience testing -- Solution interview -- Structured usability testing -- A/B Testing -- Phase: Reflect.I like, I wish, I wonder -- Retrospective "sailboat" -- Create a pitch -- Lean canvas -- Lessons learned -- Road map for implementation -- Problem to growth &amp -- scale innovation funnel -- Applications -- Universities: ME310 at Stanford University -- Companies: "Co-creation toolbox" by Siemens -- Intrapreneurship: "Kickbox" by Swisscom -- Transformation: "Digital transformation road map" -- Promotion of young talent: "Young innovators" -- Personal change: "Design thinking life" -- Closing words -- Authors &amp -- contributors -- Sources and index -- Workshop Planning Canvas -- EULA.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.
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Learning from the Lasses [electronic resource] : Women of the Patrick Geddes Circle by Stephen, Walter.;
Author Bio; Title Page; Copyright; Contents; Acknowledgements; Modern Geddesians; Preface; Introduction; CHAPTER ONE; CHAPTER TWO; CHAPTER THREE; CHAPTER FOUR; CHAPTER FIVE; CHAPTER SIX; CHAPTER SEVEN; CHAPTER EIGHT; CHAPTER NINE; CHAPTER TEN; CHAPTER ELEVEN; CHAPTER TWELVE; CHAPTER THIRTEEN; CHAPTER FOURTEEN; CHAPTER FIFTEEN; CHAPTER SIXTEEN; Picture Plate Section; Geddes Chronology; Select Bibliography; Extract from Who's Who 1930; Think Global, Act Local; Also from Luath Press; LuathWalter Stephen and a bevy of Modern Geddesians investigate the women who had an influence on, or were influenced by, the Scottish thinker, Patrick Geddes. Ranging from his mother to an Indian nun, his wife to a suffragette, this volume crosses the globe, highlighting the far-reaching influence of Geddes and the range of very different women who were linked to him in one way or another.Starting out with his family in Scotland and giving a detailed insight into life in historic Edinburgh and the rest of the country, the text is of interest to anybody living in Scotland.
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JIRA Essentials [electronic resource]. by Li, Patrick.(SAGE)1930292;
Cover; Copyright; Credits; About the Author; About the Reviewers; www.PacktPub.com; Table of Contents; Preface; Chapter 1: Getting Started with JIRA; The JIRA architecture; High-level architecture; Web browsers; Application services; Data storage; The JIRA installation directory; The JIRA home directory; System requirements; Hardware requirements; Software requirements; Operating systems; Java platforms; Databases; Application servers; Installation options; Installing and configuring JIRA; Installing Java; Installing MySQL; Preparing MySQL for JIRA; Installing JIRAObtaining and installing JIRAInstalling MySQL driver; The JIRA setup wizard; Starting and stopping JIRA; Post-installation configurations; Increasing JIRA's memory; Changing JIRA's port number and context path; Configuring HTTPS; Summary; Chapter 2: Project Management; The JIRA hierarchy; Project category; Project; Issue; Field; Project permissions; Creating projects; Changing the project key format; Importing data into JIRA; Importing data through CSV; Project user interfaces; Project Browser; The Summary tab; The Issues tab; The Road Map tab; The Change Log tabThe Versions and Components tabThe Source and Reviews tab; Project Administration; The Summary tab; The Components tab; Creating components; Managing components; Component lead and default assignee; The Versions tab; Creating versions; Managing versions; Other tabs; The Help Desk project; Creating a new project category; Creating a new project; Assigning a project to a category; Creating new components; Putting it together; Summary; Chapter 3: Issue Management; Understanding issues; JIRA issue summary; Working with issues; Creating an issue; Editing an issue; Deleting an issueMoving an issue between projectsCasting a vote on an issue; Receiving notifications on an issue; Assigning issues to users; Sharing issues with other users; Issue linking; Enabling issue linking; Creating link types; Linking issues with other issues; Linking issues with remote contents; Issue cloning; Time tracking; Configuring time tracking; Specifying original estimates; Logging work; Issues and comments; Adding comments; Managing your comments; Permalinking a comment; Attachments; Enabling attachments in JIRA; Attaching files; Attaching screenshots; Issue types and subtasksCreating issue typesDeleting issue types; Subtasks; Enabling subtasks; Creating subtasks; Issue type schemes; Issue priorities; The help desk project; Adding new issue types; Creating an issue type scheme; Putting it together; Summary; Chapter 4: Field Management; Built-in fields; Custom fields; Custom field types; Standard fields; Advanced fields; Searchers; Custom field context; Managing custom fields; Adding a custom field; Editing/deleting a custom field; Configuring a custom field; Adding custom field contexts; Configuring select options; Setting default values; Field configurationAdding a field configurationIf you wish to develop your practical skills with JIRA in order to install, use, and manage your projects, then this is the perfect book for you. You need to be familiar with software project management and basic computer operations, specifically the system on which you will use JIRA.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Computer software -- Development -- Management.; Computer system failures -- Management.; Issues management -- Computer programs.; Project management -- Computer programs.;
© 2015., Packt Publishing,
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JIRA 5.2 Essentials [electronic resource]. by Li, Patrick.(SAGE)1930292;
Cover; Copyright; Credits; About the Author; About the Reviewers; www.PacktPub.com; Table of Contents; Preface; Chapter 1: Getting Started with JIRA; The JIRA architecture; High-level architecture; Web browsers; Application services; Data storage; The JIRA installation directory; The JIRA home directory; System requirements; Hardware requirements; Software requirements; Operating systems; Java platforms; Databases; Application servers; Installation options; Installing JIRA; Installing Java; Installing MySQL; Prepare MySQL for JIRA; Installing JIRA; Obtaining and installing JIRAConfiguring jira-application.propertiesThe JIRA setup wizard; Configuring JIRA as a service; Post-installation configurations; Configuring the application server; Configuring HTTPS; Installing database drivers; Managing the database setup; Summary; Chapter 2: Project Management; The JIRA hierarchy; Project category; Project; Issue; Field; Project permissions; JIRA Administration; Creating projects; Project interfaces; Project Administration; The Summary tab; The Components tab; Creating components; Managing components; Component lead and default assignee; The Versions tab; Creating versionsManaging versionsThe Issue Collectors tab; Other tabs; Project Browser; Project category revisited; Browsing a project; The Summary tab; The Issues tab; The Road Map tab; The Change Log tab; The Versions/Components tab; The Source/Reviews tab; The help desk project; Creating a new project category; Creating a new project; Assigning project to category; Creating new components; Creating new versions; Putting it together; Summary; Chapter 3: Issue Management; Understanding issues; What does an issue look like?; Working with issues; Creating an issue; Editing an issue; Deleting an issueMoving an issue between projectsCasting vote on an issue; Receiving notifications on an issue; Assigning issues to others; Issue linking; Enabling issue linking; Creating link types; Linking other issues; Linking remote contents; Issue cloning; Time tracking; Enabling time tracking; Specifying original estimates; Logging work; Issues and comments; Adding comments; Managing your comments; Permalink a comment; Attachments; Enabling attachments in JIRA; Attaching files; Attaching screenshots; Issue types and subtasks; Creating issue types; Deleting issue types; Subtasks; Enabling subtasksCreating subtasksIssue type scheme; The Help Desk project; Creating issue types; Creating an issue type scheme; Putting it together; Summary; Chapter 4: Field Management; Built-in fields; Custom fields; Custom field types; Simple fields; JIRA specialized fields; Multi-value fields; Searchers; Custom field context; Managing custom fields; Adding a custom field; Editing/deleting a custom field; Configuring a custom field; Adding custom field contexts; Configuring select options; Setting default values; Field configuration; Adding a field configuration; Editing/deleting a field configurationCopying a field configurationJIRA 5.2 Essentials is packed with real-world examples and practical tutorials which will help you become a JIRA expert.If you want to get started with JIRA, then this book is made for you. Only basic computer skills and project or issue management knowledge is required. The book will provide the rest. This book would also be of interest to experienced JIRA users who wish to improve their workflow and master the new features of JIRA 5.2.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Computer software -- Development -- Management.; Computer system failures -- Management.; Issues management -- Computer programs.; Project management -- Computer programs.;
© 2013., Packt Publishing,
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JIRA 4 Essentials [electronic resource]. by Li, Patrick.(DLC)1930292;
Cover; Copyright; Credits; About the Author; About the Reviewers; www.PacktPub.com; Table of Contents; Preface; Chapter 1: Getting started with JIRA; JIRA architecture; High-level architecture; Browsers; Application services; Data storage; JIRA installation directory; JIRA home directory; Installation options; Standalone and WAR-EAR distributions; Operating systems; Databases; Application Servers; Installing JIRA; Installing Java; Installing MySQL; Configuring MySQL; Installing JIRA; Configuring JIRA application properties; Configuring JIRA application settings (optional); Configuring HTTPSInstalling database drivers (optional)Configuring the database connection manual; Configuring the database connection (GUI); Configuring JIRA as a Windows service ; Starting JIRA; Summary; Chapter 2: Project Management; JIRA hierarchy; Project category; Projects; Issues; Fields; JIRA projects; Project browser; Summary tab; Issues tab; Road Map tab; Change Log tab; Versions/Components tabs; Source/Reviews tabs; Project management; Creating projects; Editing projects; Deleting projects; Project administration; Components; Creating components; Editing components; Deleting componentsSelecting the default assigneeVersions; Creating versions; Editing versions; Deleting versions; Project configurations; Issue types; Creating issue types; Editing issue types; Deleting issue types; Priorities; Creating priorities; Editing priorities; Deleting priorities; Arranging priorities; Resolutions; Creating resolutions; Editing resolutions; Deleting resolutions; Arranging resolutions; Schemes; Issue type scheme; Notification scheme; Permission scheme; Issue security scheme; Field configuration scheme; Screen scheme; Issue type screen scheme; Workflow scheme; Help Desk projectCreating a new project categoryCreating a new project; Creating new priorities; Creating new resolutions; Creating issue types; Creating an issue type scheme; Creating new components; Creating new versions; See it in action; Summary; Chapter 3: Issue Management; What an issue looks like; Creating an issue; Editing an issue; Deleting an issue; Moving an issue between projects; Casting vote on an issue; Receiving notifications about issues; Re-assigning issues to others; Issues and comments; Adding comments; Managing your comments; Creating a Permalink ; AttachmentsEnabling attachments in JIRAAttaching files; Attaching screenshots; Sub-tasks; Enabling sub-tasks; Creating sub-tasks; Issue linking; Enabling issue linking; Creating link types; Linking issues; Issue cloning; Cloning an existing issue; Time tracking; Enabling time tracking; Specifying original estimates; Logging work; Help Desk Project; Configuring sub-tasks; Configuring time tracking; Enabling issue linking; Putting it together; Summary; Chapter 4: Field Management; Built-in fields; Custom fields; Custom field types; Simple fields; JIRA specialized fields; Multi fields; SearchersCustom field contextThis book is a step-by-step tutorial and is packed with practical examples that will make learning JIRA easy.If you want to get started with JIRA, then this is the perfect book for you. You will need to be familiar with basic computer knowledge for your or your organization's standard operating environment and to have experience with software project management.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Artificial intelligence.; Computer software -- Development -- Management.; Computer system failures -- Management.; Issues management -- Computer programs.; Project management -- Computer programs.;
© 2011., Packt Publishing,
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Indigenous Languages and the Promise of Archives. by Link, Adrianna.; Shelton, Abigail.; Spero, Patrick.(SAGE)2080439;
Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- List of Illustrations -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- Part 1 -- 1. Decolonial Futures of Sharing -- 2. The Legacy of Hunter-Gatherers at the American Philosophical Society -- 3. Supporting Researchers of Indigenous Vernacular Archives -- Part 2 -- 4. Locally Contingent and Community-Dependent -- 5. Translating American Indian Sign Language from the 1800s to the Present Day -- Part 3 -- 6. "The Indian Republic of Letters" -- 7. Literacy, Cross-Cultural Interaction, and Colonialism -- 8. Across Space and Time -- Part 4 -- 9. Cúz̓lhkan Sqwe̓qwel̓ ('I Am Going to Tell a Story') -- 10. No Time Like the Present -- Part 5 -- 11. "Going Over" and Coming Back -- 12. Teaching Wailaki -- Part 6 -- 13. Museums and the Revitalization of Endangered Languages and Knowledge -- 14. Shriniinlii ('Fix It') -- Conclusion -- Contributors -- Index.The collection explores new applications of the American Philosophical Society's library materials as scholars seek to partner on collaborative projects, often through the application of digital technologies, that assist ongoing efforts at cultural and linguistic revitalization movements within Native communities..Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.
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Madness in Plural Contexts : Crossing Borders, Linking Knowledge. by Alves, Fatima.; Jaworski, Katrina.; Butler, Stephen.;
Front Cover -- Inside Cover -- Advisory Board -- ISBN -- Table of Contents -- Introduction: Alves, Jaworski, Butler -- Part I: Madness, its Diagnosis and Interpretation -- Recognising Madness in Others: Alves -- Claiming Madness to Explain Deviance: Bolieraki -- The 'Mad' Intentions of Those Who Suicide: Jaworski -- Self-Fulfilment or Self-Erosion? van den Bergh -- Part II: Madness, Identities, Litreature and the Media -- Madness and Psychotherapy through the Looking Glass: Cheira -- Patrick McGrath Searching for Meaning in the Asylum: Butler -- Illness Identity in Madness Narratives: Szmigiero -- Order and Disorder: Pribram -- Incorporating the Uncanny: Dziuban -- Green with Madness: Hatch -- Back Cover.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2016. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Personality change;
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Design Charrettes for Sustainable Communities : by Condon, Patrick M.;
Table of Contents -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- 1: Charrette Theory for People in a Hurry -- 2: Two Kinds of Charrettes -- 3: The Design Brief -- 4: The Nine Rules for a Good Charrette -- 5: The Workshops -- 6: The Charrette -- 7: After the Charrette -- Case Study 1: The East Clayton Sustainable Community Design Charrette -- Case Study 2: The Damascus Area Design Workshop -- Appendix: Design Charrettes for Sustainable Communities Links Page -- Endnotes -- Index.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2016. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Charrettes.; City planning; Community development, Urban; Sustainable development;
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