January, 2015Archive for

Rio De Janeiro

Wednesday, January 21st, 2015

Enterprise intelligence: a new model of management for the new economy. RAP? Magazine of Public Administration. v.35, n.6, p.7 the 21, nov/ten. 2001.

CHIAVENATO, Idalberto. Management of people: the new paper of the human resources in the organizations. Rio De Janeiro: Elsevier, 2004? 3 reimpresso. DAVENPORT, Thomas H; PRUSAK, Laurence. Enterprise knowledge: as the organizations manage its capital intellectual. Rio De Janeiro: Campus, 1998.

FLEURY, M.T. ; FLEURY. the learning and organizacional innovation: the experiences of Japan, Korea and Brazil. So Paulo: Atlases, 1995. FLEURY, Tereza Maria Helm. Learning and management of knowledge. In: DUTRA, Joel Souza. et al. Management for abilities: a model for the management of people. So Paulo: ed. People, 2001. GIL, Antonio Carlos. As to elaborate research projects. 3 ed. So Paulo: Atlases, 1991. GRAMIGNA, Rita Maria. Model of abilities and management of the talentos. So Paulo: ed. Pearson Makron Books, 2002. MILK, Joo Diniz Baptist; PORSSE, Melody De Campos To sound. Competition based on abilities and organizacional learning. In: STREETS, Robert Rasps; et al. New horizontes of the management: organizacional learning and abilities. Porto Alegre: Bookmann, 2005. MARTINS, Mnica. It extracts shares of the intellectual capital of its company. Magazine of public administration. v.10, n.107, p.46-59, abr.2001. NONAKA, Ikujiro; TAKEUCHI, Hirotaka. Creation of knowledge in the company. 3 ed. Rio De Janeiro: Campus, 1997. OLIVEIRA JR, M.M. Essential abilities and the knowledge in the company. In: FLEURY, M.T; OLIVEIRA JR, M.M. Strategical management of the knowledge: integrating learning, knowledge and abilities. So Paulo: Atlases, 2001. SENGE, Peter M. fifth disciplines. So Paulo: Ed. Best Seller, 2002. SMITH, Anthony F.; KELLY, Tim. The human capital in the digital economy. In: HESSELBEIN, French et al. The organization of the future. 5. ed. So Paulo: Future, 1997. P. 219-232. SPENDER, J.C. Managing knowledge systems. In: FLEURY, M.T; OLIVEIRA JR, M.M. Strategical management of the knowledge: integrating learning, knowledge and abilities. So Paulo: Atlases, 2001. STEWART, T.A. Intellectual capital: the new competitive advantage of the companies. Rio De Janeiro: Campus, 1998. SVEIBY, Karl Erik. The new wealth of the organizations. Rio De Janeiro: Campus, 1998. TEIXEIRA, Maria L.M; POPADIUK, Silvio. RAC – Magazine of administration TEIXEIRA SON, Jayme. Managing knowledge: as the company can use the organizacional memory and competitive intelligence in the development business-oriented. Rio De Janeiro: ed. SENAC, 2000. QUINN, James Brian; et al. Managing the intellect professional: extracting the maximum of better. In: Management of the knowledge. Harvard Business Review; translation Alfonso Celso of in service Wedge. Rio De Janeiro: Elsevier, 2000. ZIMMER, Landmark Vinicio; BOFF, Luiz Enrique. The creation of knowledge in the companies: a study of case on the adequacy of the model of Nonaka and Takeuchi the virtual environments of work. In: STREETS, Robert Rasps. New horizontes of the management: organizacional learning and abilities. Porto Alegre: Bookmann, 2005.

Industrial Computer NPE

Tuesday, January 20th, 2015

NPE is a universal controller designed to meet the needs of automation market, telecommunications and embedded systems. NPE series devices is an innovative and powerful for systems and remote monitoring platform. The Linux system is characterized by stability, functionality and safety at the highest level. The NPE drivers already working on automation systems in many countries around the world. Information basic full range of connectivity options, which incorporates in GPRS, support for standard protocols (for example, Modbus SNMP), the possibility of installing a dedicated user, data logging protocol extensive with built-in flash memory 1 GB business SD’s support, the presentation of web pages (web Scada) directly from the device in order to view current and past data, and remote control software for the creation of algorithms PLC development ladder. Features of the hardwar suitable for continuous operation at industrial environments, efficient and low power consumption with technology’s RISC processor, large amount of RAM memory to run multiple independent services, set of interfaces of / S: includes inputs / digital and analogue outputs, serial RS232/RS485 ports, relay outputs, Ethernet (LAN) and GPRS (WAN) communication skills, support economic 1-Wire bus is normally used for the reading of temperature sensors on special request possible hardware versions (for example(, a USB input), also with the logo of the customer (OEM versions). LinuxNPE-based open platform works with Linux, which allows access to huge database applications. Some of them are already pre-compiled and will provide your application with the device.

With support for the integrated open platform and the use of the new version of the Linux kernel can use application packages, as well as greatly simplifies the process of compilation cross for new projects. Special features Kernel version 2.2.28 provides stability and access to the new libraries and drivers; Tested, ready-to-use software packages such as servers of data bases (PostgreSQL, for example), Sewery web (e.g. Jetty), (for example Java) programming languages, (e.g. PLC) software tools and a specially prepared development environment (Eclipse); Good documentation and examples of applications simple to begin with; Full technical support and free software firmware update packages; Systematically emerging new ready to use dedicated applications and testing with the device; Full support for VPN. Integration of hardware resources the optimized access to the hardware resources the effective access of data for multiple applications a dedicated server for the bus 1-Wire also allows the reading distance, Server / Server SMS gateway, as well as a cable allows access to other devices on the network, special Software for the management of the GPRS connection as the control of the quality of the connection and automatically resume the connection (connection) ability to work with the expansion modules for increasing the number of available interfaces.


Monday, January 19th, 2015

For Fayol a proportionality of the administrative function exists: it distributes for all the levels of the hierarchy of the company and she is not privative of the high cupola. The administrative function is not concentrated exclusively in the top of the company, nor is privilege of the directors, but is distributed proportionally between the hierarchic levels. In the measure where if it goes down in the hierarchic scale, more it increases the ratio of the other functions of the company and in the measure where if it goes up more in the hierarchic scale it increases the extension and the volume of the administrative functions. (CHIAVENATO, 2003, p.82) the data show that the planning is carried through by the proprietor who beyond planning exerts the control of the activities. Haydat (1995, P. 94) standes out that: ' ' The fact of the planning is well-known to be a constant necessity in all the areas of the activity human being. Each time more, the attitude to plan gains importance and becomes more necessary, mainly in the complex societies of the point of view organizacional.' ' The administration in its multiple faces backwards for the administrator challenges that they strategically need to be analyzed and to be decided, therefore the correct diagnosis and the taking of made right decisions sample its aptitude in what she needs to be made. is in this direction that Chiavenato denotes the importance of the strategical vision: More important of what knowing as to make it is to know what to make.

In this the basic essence of the administration inhabits contemporary: the strategical vision of each operation or activity. Or in other words: the necessity to visualize each task and each activity in ampler an ambient context and that it is modified to each moment. (CHIAVENATO, 2003, p.82) 2.2. The planning is a mental process In such a way, when elaborating the general planning of the company, the administrator anticipatedly thinks about its objectives and action, establishing goals that contemplate situations favorable to the organizacional growth.