PMI Quarterly




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PMI Quarterly
Offering a transformative & educational research perspective


PMI Quarterly is the quarterly leadership journal of Precision Management Institute (PMI) providing a transformative and educational research perspective on PMI related topics. Become familiar with PMI’s perspective on topics of influence and their real world application.


















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Title: "As A Man Thinketh" by James Allen
The aphorism, "As a man thinketh in his heart so is he," not only embraces the whole of a man's being, but is so comprehensive as to reach out to every condition and circumstance of his life. A man is literally what he thinks, his character being the complete sum of all his thoughts. Review >


Featured Article
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Date: Aug 2009

Title: "Water for Agriculture: Global Change and Geographic Perspectives on Research Challenges for the Future" 
In writing about the future of humanity on Earth, E. O. Wilson (2002) used the metaphor of a “bottleneck” to characterize the current and forthcoming period of tremendous human demand on planetary resources. Review >

Quarterly Journals




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Date: 2007

Title: "The Global Call Centre Report: International Perspectives on Management and Employment" 
This report is the first large scale international study of call centre management and employment practices across all regions of the globe – including Asia, Africa, South America, North America, and Europe. Covering almost 2,500 centres in 17 countries, this survey provides a detailed account of the similarities and differences in operations across widely diverse national contexts and cultures. The centers in the survey include a total of 475,000 call centre employees. Review >
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Date: 2010

Title: "Sustainability of organic farming in a global food chain perspective" 
The organic agricultural movements can be seen as tangible efforts to create a more sustainable development. However, these efforts are challenged by globalisation, which strongly influences organic agriculture and food chains. Review >
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Date: 2009

Title: "Mapping Drought Patterns and Impacts: A    
Global Perspective" 

This study examines the global patterns and impacts of droughts through the mapping of several drought-related characteristics – either at a country level or at regular grid scales.  Review >

Articles




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Title: "Freshwater and Human Population: A Global Perspective" 
Water challenges in the United States, the topic of most of the studies in this issue, are both similar to and different from those elsewhere in the world. Review >
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Title: "Reminders for Excelling"
Always Focused - Only when you are fully focused on connecting with each experience and each performance can you perform to your true potential. Review >
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Date: Nov 1995

Title: "Perspectives of Research Into the Human Dimension of Global Change"   
In Germany, research into the human dimensions of global change is still a Cinderella topic. The main reasons for this arising from the nature of science are indicated in the first chapter. Review >
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Date: 1988

Title: "Mental Links to Excellence" 
This study included 235 Canadian Olympic athletes who participated in the 1984 Olympic Games in Sarajevo and Los Angeles. Review >











































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