LAPRE

AcronymDefinition
LAPRELos Alamos Power Reactor Experiment
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Lapre y Van Wassenhove (2001) investigan en una empresa multinacional belga, la estructura organizativa de una linea de produccion que ha tenido exito en la creacion de conocimiento tecnologico.
The Lapre Scali acquisitions were purchased strategically to establish offices in Arizona and Nevada cities, and have been a combination of turnkey offices and small agencies, books of business and producers with books of businesses, including programs of business that had a tactful fit.
Este es un tema particularmente relevante en los contextos empresariales puesto que ayuda a explicar por que las relaciones comerciales pueden ser exitosas y duraderas (Lapre y Tsikriktsis, 2006).
One negative effect of turnover may include a reduction in customer satisfaction (Anderson, Fornell, & Mazvancheryl, 2004; Gruca & Rego, 2005; Koys, 2001; Lapre & Tsikriktsis, 2006; Mittal, Anderson, Sayrak, & Tadikamalla, 2005; Rust & Chung, 2006).
Sances FV, Toscano NC, Hoffmann MP, Lapre LF, Johnson MW, Bailey JB (1982) Physiological responses of avocado leaves to avocado brown mite feeding injury Oligonychus punicae.
Support for this view is also provided by the scholarly findings showing linkages between experiential learning and advantage-seeking outcomes in a variety of different contexts, including professional sports (e.g., Holcomb et al., 2009), semiconductors (e.g., Hatch & Mowery, 1998; Irwin & Klenow, 1994), pharmaceuticals (e.g., Pisano, 1994), and industrial products (e.g., Lapre & Van Wassenhove, 2001), among others.
We focused on user-identified operational failures because research has shown that front-line employees are an excellent source of work-system improvement ideas (Mukherjee, Lapre, and Wassenhove 1998; Field and Sinha 2005).
In the mid-1990s, A-list hucksters like the thunderously perky life coach Tony Robbins and the tiny-classified-ad tycoon Don LaPre were inescapable TV presences, and while their water-torture promises of instant wealth and happiness were preposterous, they were also infectious, helping to create a national mood of high-octane optimism.
"Our challenge is to provide a more flexible method of training our customers who are not able to participate in traditional classroom training", said Erik Lapre of Emerson's Educational Services.
A risk averse individual will not spend part of his income on a lottery to win the same expected amount (Lapre and Rutten, 1999).
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These studies have shown that experience improves customer service and product quality (Dart, Argote, and Epple, 1995; Lapre, Mukherjee, and Van Wassenhove, 2000) and increases the survival rates of hotels (Ingram and Baum, 1997; Baum and Ingrain, 1998) and banks (Kim and Miner, 2000).