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Herlitz Soft Case Cube Snowboard
7,10 € *
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Schlampermäppchen / Kunstfaser / Höhe 5 cm / Breite 22,5 cm / Tiefe 9,5 cm

Anbieter: idealo
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Wax Case
99,99 € *
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Hochwertiges Wax Case von Toko mit allen wichtigen Produkten zur Ski- und Snowboard-Pflege.

Anbieter: Hervis
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Burton - Wheelie Board Case - Snowboard-Rolltas...
188,97 € *
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Praktische Rolltasche für den Transport von Snowboards - Farbe: Schwarz; Gr: 156;181; geeignet für Snowboard; Material: 600 D + 1200 D Polyester mit TPE-Beschichtung (thermoplastisches Elastomer); Weitere Top-Angebote von Burton im Online-Shop von Bergfreunde.de bestellen!

Anbieter: Bergfreunde
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Burton - Wheelie Board Case - Snowboard-Rolltas...
188,97 € *
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Praktische Rolltasche für den Transport von Snowboards - Farbe: Schwarz; Gr: 156; geeignet für Snowboard; Material: 600 D + 1200 D Polyester mit TPE-Beschichtung (thermoplastisches Elastomer); Weitere Top-Angebote von Burton im Online-Shop von Bergfreunde.de bestellen!

Anbieter: Bergfreunde
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Burton - Wheelie Board Case - Snowboard-Rolltas...
188,97 € *
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Praktische Rolltasche für den Transport von Snowboards - Farbe: Schwarz; Gr: 181; geeignet für Snowboard; Material: 600 D + 1200 D Polyester mit TPE-Beschichtung (thermoplastisches Elastomer); Weitere Top-Angebote von Burton im Online-Shop von Bergfreunde.de bestellen!

Anbieter: Bergfreunde
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BURTON DG Kosmetiktasche »Accessory Case, Tusk ...
12,99 € *
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BURTON DG: Von Bindungsteilen und Snowboard-Tuning-Accessoires bis hin zu Bleistiften und Zeichenausrüstung: Mit der Zubehörtasche »Accessory Case, Tusk Stripe Print« von Burton behält man den Überblick über kleinere Teile im Gepäck. Auch alle wichtigen Dinge für eine unverhoffte Übernachtung im Freien wie Feueranzünder, Müsliriegel oder Taschenmesser finden in dem großen Hauptfach mit Reißverschluss seinen Platz. Durch die Trennwand im Inneren kann der Inhalt auch schön sortiert werden. Der ideale Begleiter für die Schule oder auf Reisen: die Accessoiretasche »Accessory Case, Tusk Stripe Print« der Marke Burton. B/T/H: ca. 18/7/10 cm. Gewicht: ca. 30 g. Volumen: ca. 1 l. Ideal für Schul- und Zeichenausrüstung. Seitlicher Tragegriff. Großes Hauptfach mit Reißverschluss. Trennwand im Inneren. Innere Mesh-Tasche mit Reißverschluss. Wasserabweisend.

Anbieter: Neckermann
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BURTON DG Kosmetiktasche »Accessory Case, Tusk ...
12,99 € *
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Von Bindungsteilen und Snowboard-Tuning-Accessoires bis hin zu Bleistiften und Zeichenausrüstung: Mit der Zubehörtasche »Accessory Case, Tusk Stripe Print« von Burton behält man den Überblick über kleinere Teile im Gepäck. Auch alle wichtigen Dinge für eine unverhoffte Übernachtung im Freien wie Feueranzünder, Müsliriegel oder Taschenmesser finden in dem großen Hauptfach mit Reißverschluss seinen Platz. Durch die Trennwand im Inneren kann der Inhalt auch schön sortiert werden. Der ideale Begleiter für die Schule oder auf Reisen: die Accessoiretasche »Accessory Case, Tusk Stripe Print« der Marke Burton. B/T/H: ca. 18/7/10 cm. Gewicht: ca. 30 g. Volumen: ca. 1 l. Ideal für Schul- und Zeichenausrüstung. Seitlicher Tragegriff. Großes Hauptfach mit Reißverschluss. Trennwand im Inneren. Innere Mesh-Tasche mit Reißverschluss. Wasserabweisend.

Anbieter: OTTO
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Threat-Rigidity Hypothesis
6,40 CHF *
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Seminar paper from the year 2007 in the subject Business economics - Business Management, Corporate Governance, grade: 2, University of Graz (Institut für Technologie- und Innovationsmanagement), course: Seminar Ausgewählte Aspekte des Innovationsmanagements, 6 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: For economists (and also sociologists or psychologists) - no matter if they are students, practitioners or researchers - the behavior of individuals, groups or entire organizations (e. g. companies) under special circumstances like threat, adversity or radical environmental change is an important issue. For researchers to find underlying principles of behavior under threat and for practitioners to learn some basic rules for behaving in changing environments. Imagine a winter in our alps without any snow. There have always been times with less snow. In such case snow making machines did their job and sprinkled the slope with artificial snow. The lesser snow the more snow making machines was the easy calculus in past years. So will there be an even larger number of snow making machines on the slopes if there is absolutely no snow due to global warming and the upcoming climate crisis? Or will there some alternatives be developed? According to an recent article in DerStandard (16. december 2006, p. 2), wintertourism has to change its face, additional offers have to be presented, away form ski and snowboard toward wellness, mountain biking or hiking. So what will entrepreneurs in skiing resorts do? Will the rely on well-learned behavior and put another snow making machine beside the slope, or will they consider alternatives? There are numerous studies treating behavior under threat or radical change of environmental conditions. Six papers - among them the basic paper for this work, Staw et al's1 analysis of threat-rigidity effects in organizational behavior - will subsequently be examined with regard to consistencies or contradictions. As already mentioned, Staw et al's paper will be regarded as the basis for this seminar paper, as it points out most clearly threat-rigidity effects at different levels of analysis. Moreover it is 1.) the oldest reviewed article and seems to have some influence on threat-rigidity research in recent decades and 2.) represents a comprehensive literature review in contrast to the other - mainly empirical - papers and therefore presents a fine overview for our topic. Therefore chapter two will start with brief discussions of the Threat-Rigidity Hypothesis and Threat-Rigidity Effects on the individualleve, group-level and organizational-level as described in Staw et. al's paper.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Threat-Rigidity Hypothesis
4,99 € *
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Seminar paper from the year 2007 in the subject Business economics - Business Management, Corporate Governance, grade: 2, University of Graz (Institut für Technologie- und Innovationsmanagement), course: Seminar Ausgewählte Aspekte des Innovationsmanagements, 6 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: For economists (and also sociologists or psychologists) - no matter if they are students, practitioners or researchers - the behavior of individuals, groups or entire organizations (e. g. companies) under special circumstances like threat, adversity or radical environmental change is an important issue. For researchers to find underlying principles of behavior under threat and for practitioners to learn some basic rules for behaving in changing environments. Imagine a winter in our alps without any snow. There have always been times with less snow. In such case snow making machines did their job and sprinkled the slope with artificial snow. The lesser snow the more snow making machines was the easy calculus in past years. So will there be an even larger number of snow making machines on the slopes if there is absolutely no snow due to global warming and the upcoming climate crisis? Or will there some alternatives be developed? According to an recent article in DerStandard (16. december 2006, p. 2), wintertourism has to change its face, additional offers have to be presented, away form ski and snowboard toward wellness, mountain biking or hiking. So what will entrepreneurs in skiing resorts do? Will the rely on well-learned behavior and put another snow making machine beside the slope, or will they consider alternatives? There are numerous studies treating behavior under threat or radical change of environmental conditions. Six papers - among them the basic paper for this work, Staw et al's1 analysis of threat-rigidity effects in organizational behavior - will subsequently be examined with regard to consistencies or contradictions. As already mentioned, Staw et al's paper will be regarded as the basis for this seminar paper, as it points out most clearly threat-rigidity effects at different levels of analysis. Moreover it is 1.) the oldest reviewed article and seems to have some influence on threat-rigidity research in recent decades and 2.) represents a comprehensive literature review in contrast to the other - mainly empirical - papers and therefore presents a fine overview for our topic. Therefore chapter two will start with brief discussions of the Threat-Rigidity Hypothesis and Threat-Rigidity Effects on the individualleve, group-level and organizational-level as described in Staw et. al's paper.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 31.05.2020
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