(I) participatory Module 10 on campus Coaching for strategic planning and awareness of the current strategic position, search and creation of alternatives. Coaching for the strategic planning for the strategist, the position is an absolutely critical element in an action plan. The general who doesn’t know where is with respect to the enemy is, simply, taking his men to death. Robert B Miller and Stephen Heiman The art of the general Word strategy comes from the Greek STRATEGUS (Stratos = army ageur = driver) means driver’s armies. The art of the General. Stratagos was the word used to designate the General. Strategy meant the art of having the troops before the battle. In military terms, these definitions are still valid. The strategy precedes any tactics in a military disposition. This is equally applicable to any organization. The purpose of a good strategy is placed in the right place, at the right time and with the appropriate resources to win. The key to a good strategy is the position. What it really means to establish a good strategy is to do whatever is possible to be in the best position to achieve a goal or set of goals. What we understand by strategic planning. Coaching with systemic perspective is well suited to understand and learn how to design the strategic planning in a participatory manner. It is part of its essence and learning system. The focus of their processes is basic to establish it and, above all, apply it with valid results. We understand that the strategic planning and participatory inquiry, awareness and design the best possible strategy to coordinate and sustain the priority actions to achieve the shared vision of the organization or team. Obviously you can also be for a person. Entire system of Strategic planning by simple though it is, is useful, because it complies with the Mission of providing methodological support, put date and order the strategic task.
Perhaps it is cancer of the words most used and most frightening when it comes to their health and reverse disease. Cancer is the term and is used for a group of diseases that have a common denominator: the transformation of normal cell into one that behaves very dangerous for the human body. This report seeks to clarify the basic concepts to understand what this group of diseases and explain, more widely, those types of cancer most common in our society. want to prevent cancer Although the cause of cancer is unknown in many cases, and multifactorial in others, is known about risk factors that increase the likelihood of cancer and should be avoided, such as smoking or smoking any other way. It is estimated that up to 50% of cancers could be prevented. A vaccine is newly approved against cervical cancer, which affects and kills hundreds of women around the world. The marketing of this vaccine already been approved in several countries and studies the adoption of other vaccines against skin cancer and prostate cancer. prognosis cancer prognosis is a prediction of the future course and outcome of disease.
Doctors can not be hundred percent sure about the future of the patient. In fact, the prognosis of a patient may change over time. Survival rates indicate the percentage of people with a certain type and stage of cancer survive the disease for a specified period after diagnosis. Many factors affect a person’s prognosis, including the type, location and stage of disease and the patient’s age, overall health and response to treatment. Statistics In 2002 the world will be diagnosed in approximately 10.9 million new cancer cases (5.8 million 5.1 million men and women). The largest number of patients are diagnosed in Asia (4.9 million), but the highest incidence rates in both sexes, occur in North America and Australia. The impact on countries Southern Europe (which is part of Spain) can be considered high for the average for males and females. Considering both sexes, the most common cancer is lung cancer (1.352 million cases), followed by breast (1.151 million), the colorectal (1.023 million), stomach (933 000), prostate (679 000), liver (626 000 ), cervix (494 000) and esophagus (462 000).
But there are big differences between the sexes and between more and less developed countries, which is a reflection of the different risk factors that predominate in both areas (eating habits and sexual infections ) The most frequent cancers in females are (in this order) the breast, cervix, colorectal and lung. In the male lung, prostate, stomach and colorectal cancers. The number of cases increases slowly in the world, due to two main reasons: the increase in world population and rising life expectancy, which involves aging. But you can not underestimate a real increase by greater exposure to risk factors. “All the information we provide is general in nature, remember that this information alone can not replace the health care or human services you may need. Only provide a service and reference information, please consult your health care professional who treats you about any concerns you have about your own health.