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See detailGestion médicale des myopathies: les premiers gestes
Votion, Dominique ULg; Van Galen, Gaby ULg; Caudron, Isabelle et al

in Pratique Vétérinaire Equine (2009), 41(numero special), 119-126

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See detailLa gestion par la dérogation : une politique d'apprentissage industriel en Belgique francophone
Levêque, Audrey ULg; Vrancken, Didier ULg

in Formation Emploi : Revue Française de Sciences Sociales (2004), 86

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See detailLa gestion participative : vernis à la mode ou vrai outil de l'ingénieur ?
Vermeulen, Cédric ULg

Conference given outside the academic context (2015)

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See detailGestion participative du sanctuaire de gorilles de plaine de l’Ouest (Gorilla gorilla gorilla) de Lossi en République du Congo-
Mbete, Roger A.; Banga Mboko, Henri; Njikam Nsangou, Ibrahim ULg et al

in Tropicultura (2007), 25(1), 44-50

The gorilla sanctuary of Lossi experiments the synergy between scientific research and nature conservation. Three partners are involved in a management participative process. These partners include the ... [more ▼]

The gorilla sanctuary of Lossi experiments the synergy between scientific research and nature conservation. Three partners are involved in a management participative process. These partners include the Republic of Congo, the local community of Lossi and the European programme on the forest ecosystems in Central Africa. An investigation was carried out on the sanctuary of Lossi in 2003, in order to study in situ the effects generated by the participative management and to identify the constraints linked to the participative approach. The work of primatologists allowed the habituation of the gorillas to the human presence and opened eyesight tourism of western lowland gorillas. A camp for tourists and the access road to the sanctuary have been constructed. The tourism generated jobs in favour of the local population which is also a take-partner of contracts on road repairing. The income from the tourism allowed the construction of a health centre. However, the works of researchers and tourism activities failed during the outbreaks of the Ebola hemorrhagic fever and during the three civil war episodes. The consolidation and the long term of this process of co-management of natural resources of Lossi remains the establishment of a management that should include conservation, rural development and scientific research, with equitably in the distribution of gain between the partnerses. [less ▲]

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See detailLa gestion participative en contexte de fusion/acquisition dans les PME à finalité sociale
Souply-Pierard, Fernand ULg

Master's dissertation (2015)

The goal of this study is to answer the following research question: “Is participative management a determining factor in the success of the process of "mergers and acquisitions", particularly in the ... [more ▼]

The goal of this study is to answer the following research question: “Is participative management a determining factor in the success of the process of "mergers and acquisitions", particularly in the specific context of study which is that of a socially oriented SMEs? ". It will indeed matter to verify whether the participatory management can be described as such, and that through a study of the literature and a case study in a particular context - that of an Adapted Work Enterprise (ETA): the Ateliers Jean Del'Cour. It recently experienced a merger and acquisition process with another ETA, the ETA Jacqueline Orts. To do so, the case study was conducted in two parts. One of these, the qualitative part, was made with the "top" and "middle" management of the company, while the second, more quantitative, was conducted among workers from one of the absorbed sites which was most affected by this merger and acquisition process. It has been probing the question of indicators (welfare, engagement, recognition, values, participation and communication, essentially) to establish a positive link between participation and merger and acquisition. It was then discovered that such a link exists clearly and that participative management is indeed one of the determining factors in the success of a merger and acquisition process. But the discoveries of this study go further. It was highlighted that communication is the essential element of participatory management, as well as a tool than as a backdrop behind the implementation of other tools and participatory means. The communication must be implemented as soon as possible during the merger and acquisition process, it must be adapted and must be as formal as informal (informal side being very important). This is also valid for the other tools and participatory means. These findings are a real contribution for the managerial level in the specific context studied but also for all merger and acquisition processes, and an invitation to pursue more specific researches on this issue in order to provide accurate and specific answers to problems encountered by companies who experience this major change. [less ▲]

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See detailGestion participative et animation sociale
Larzillière, Adélaïde; Vermeulen, Cédric ULg; Dubiez, Emilien

Learning material (2014)

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See detailGestion physique concertée des cours d'eau en basse Semois, 10 années d'expérience avec le contrat de rivière
Rosillon, Francis ULg

in Verniers, Gisèle; Petit, François (Eds.) La gestion physique des cours d'eau : bilan d'une décennie d'ingénierie écologique. Actes du colloque : Namur 10-12 octobre 2007 (2007, October 10)

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See detailGestión por los actores locales de los recursos físicos, vegetales y animales, para el desarrollo sostenible y la calidad de vida. Una experiencia interdisciplinaria en el valle del Draa, Marruecos
Hornick, Jean-Luc ULg

Scientific conference (2014, September 08)

In 2001, an interdisciplinary team, composed of 22 scientists, developed a methodology aiming at analyzing problems of water resources in Vallée du Draa (Morocco). The issue was studied through 4 points ... [more ▼]

In 2001, an interdisciplinary team, composed of 22 scientists, developed a methodology aiming at analyzing problems of water resources in Vallée du Draa (Morocco). The issue was studied through 4 points of view: (i) disponibility of water, according to a hydrogeological evaluation of the region, (ii) mechanic, technic and physic access to water, taking into account political, cultural and financial sovereign, allowing to guarantee access to water at the levels of nation, region, locality, family and individual, (iii) quality of water and its evolution – rainy, superficial, underground, residual water, water for agriculture and breeding, (IV) efficiency and profitability of water. Water needs appeared to be higher that available resources. Rainy and superficial water supplies appeared to be weak and poorly distributed in time. Strong seasonal change in the level of phreatic layer suggested an overexploitation of aquifers. Valleys were characterized by sedimentation of irrigation canals, exploitation of underground water, remoteness and dispersion of agricultural areas. Social and gender equitability in water distribution and access were poor, leading to desertion and emigration. Water quality was considered as poor. It can be concluded that palm groves allows populations to maintain in an area. Sustainability of the system depend on water access, water quality and profitability. Survival of the system depends on irrigation, rights to water access, and presence of water of quality. [less ▲]

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See detailGestion provisoire et définitive des agénésies avec des implants de faible diamètre.
LAMBERT, France ULg

Scientific conference (2012)

Les agénésies dentaires sont fréquentes et représentent une prévalence de 5 %. Le remplacement de ces dents manquantes avec des implants est aujourd’hui appliqué en routine avec des protocoles ... [more ▼]

Les agénésies dentaires sont fréquentes et représentent une prévalence de 5 %. Le remplacement de ces dents manquantes avec des implants est aujourd’hui appliqué en routine avec des protocoles chirurgicaux de moins en moins invasifs. Cependant, avant le placement des implants, une alternative transitoire est nécessaire jusqu’à la fin de la croissance. Une solution récemment introduite est l’utilisation des implants provisoires de faible diamètre. L’objectif de cet exposé est de décrire le protocole de traitement des implants provisoires ainsi que la gestion définitive de ces cas avec des techniques chirurgicales peu invasives. [less ▲]

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See detailLa Gestion quotidienne des périodiques électroniques
Bawin, Marc-Henri ULg; Mottet, Philippe ULg

in Cahiers de la Documentation = Bladen voor Documentatie (1999), 53(1), 26-39

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See detailGESTION TECHNIQUE DE L'ENVIRONNEMENT D'UNE VILLE (BEMBEREKE AU BENIN): Caractérisation et quantification des déchets solides émis; connaissance des ressources en eau et approche technique
Ngahane, Emilienne Laure ULg

Doctoral thesis (2015)

La sauvegarde de l’environnement, l’un des piliers du développement durable, ne s’intègre que timidement dans les plans de développement communaux en Afrique. A Bembéréké, comme dans la plupart des ... [more ▼]

La sauvegarde de l’environnement, l’un des piliers du développement durable, ne s’intègre que timidement dans les plans de développement communaux en Afrique. A Bembéréké, comme dans la plupart des communes en Afrique subtropicale, on note parmi les problématiques environnementales majeures : un amenuisement des facteurs de production en milieu rural et une insalubrité alarmante en milieu urbain. En effet, le centre urbain de Bembéréké s’est avéré insalubre au terme de deux études (DCAM, 2005 et Ngahane, 2010) ; le paludisme, les infections respiratoires, les anémies, etc. sont le quotidien des populations. Le projet « Gestion des Déchets solides » veut résorber cet épineux problème et pour ce faire, nous avons mis sur pied une méthode de caractérisation rapide, simple, peu coûteuse et flexible permettant de disposer, au préalable, de données de base fiables. Ainsi, à Bembéréké, en 2011, la production moyenne des ordures ménagères est de 0,94 +/- 0,10 kg/j.hab, soit 1,9 +/- 0,3 l/j.hab ; cette production est dominée par les gravats/fines et la matière organique biodégradable. Alors que, la production des ordures ménagères n’y est significativement liée ni aux saisons, ni aux quartiers et ni aux standings ; leur composition présente des variations très significatives entre et au sein même des saisons, des quartiers et des standings. Donc, gérer les déchets solides à Bembéréké, c’est gérer à 99 % les ordures ménagères ; soit 6 050 T (12 107 m3) pour 2011 : 55 % d’Inertes, 40 % de fermentescibles, 6 % de combustibles et 1% de déchets dangereux. Parce qu’elle est performante, l’alternative D1 « 75% Prévention-25% Elimination » a été retenue pour la gestion de ces déchets ; toutefois, sa mise en œuvre doit être progressive. A Bembéréké l’agriculture et l’élevage sont le moteur économique. Jadis complémentaires, ces deux activités ont connu des ajustements/adaptations après la période de grande sécheresse (1970-1980) : l’agro-pastoralisme naît, les moyens et les systèmes de production convergent, une concurrence s’établit dès lors sur les ressources désormais communes que sont la terre et l’eau. Cette concurrence est accrue dans les bas-fonds offrant encore simultanément ces ressources en saison sèche. Les rares retenues d’eau, mais vitales, de plus en plus convoitées, doivent subvenir aux besoins que sont l’abreuvage bovin (40 l/j.tête) et le maraîchage (100 m3/j.ha), essentiellement. Par ailleurs, pour le développement socio-économique de Bembéréké comme du Bénin en général, les ressources en eau ne constituent pas un facteur limitant. Pour le site de Guessou-Sud dont le réservoir a une capacité actuelle d’environ 13 000 m3, l’ensemble des besoins considérés a été estimé à 40 000 m3/an ; tandis que, le site recevrait du bassin versant en moyenne 8 000 000 m3/an. En plus de l’urgence d’un triplement de la capacité de stockage de la cuvette de la retenue de Guessou-Sud, l’état de dégradation avancée du site suggère une restauration, une préservation voire un rehaussement de son potentiel et de ses richesses floristiques et faunistiques afin, de sécuriser ses conditions hydriques. La pérennisation de cette ressource et la réplication de cette expérience sur d’autres sites donneraient une dynamique nouvelle dans ce contexte très local, mais traduisant une réalité régionale, qu’est la commune de Bembéréké. [less ▲]

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See detailLa gestione post-frattura del paziente con frattura di femore: Una visione prospettica
Bruyère, Olivier ULg; Brandi, M. L.; Burlet, N. et al

in Clinical Cases in Mineral and Bone Metabolism (2009), 6(3), 270-279

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See detailUn gestionnaire de projet : une des clés de la qualité en centre de santé intégré
Haulet, Christel; Vanmeerbeek, Marc ULg

Conference (2011, March 22)

Malgré la richesse et la vision collective que peut amener une équipe pluridisciplinaire, la pratique de médecine générale reste le plus souvent centrée sur les soins en réponse à une demande du patient ... [more ▼]

Malgré la richesse et la vision collective que peut amener une équipe pluridisciplinaire, la pratique de médecine générale reste le plus souvent centrée sur les soins en réponse à une demande du patient et relevant d’une dimension individuelle. Malgré une motivation importante, l’équipe du CSI de Tilleur a du constater que le manque de compétences internes et le manque chronique de temps des soignants limitaient fortement ses aspirations à faire évoluer le modèle de soins vers les objectifs de globalité de prise en charge et pour l’ensemble des patients. Il a été décidé d’internaliser les compétences jugées manquantes par l'engagement d'une personne non soignante, dont la fonction est de soutenir l’équipe pluridisciplinaire dans ses projets de soins, de santé communautaire et de promotion de la santé. L’apport méthodologique propre à la santé publique en fait le point d’ancrage entre la conception d’un projet et sa réalisation concrète dans la pratique quotidienne. Des modifications structurelles commencent à apparaître parmi les soignants et des exemples de prise en charge globale de certaines pathologies ou actions préventives sont observés. La promotion de la santé, tant au niveau individuel que collectif, trouve une nouvelle place au sein d’une équipe principalement dédiée aux soins. [less ▲]

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See detailLes gestionnaires interpellés
Vermeulen, Cédric ULg

in Roulet; Assenmaker (Eds.) Gouvernance et environnement en afrique centrale : le modèle participatif en question (2008)

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See detailGestire la diversità culturale e identitaria
Martiniello, Marco ULg

in Il Mulino (2000), anno XLIX(391), 881-889

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See detailGestural expressions of spatial information in L1 and L2
Maarten, Lemmens; Perrez, Julien ULg

Conference (2015)

This paper reports on the analysis of gestures in the expression of static locative relationships in French and Dutch, for L1 speakers as well as for francophone learners of Dutch (L2). The data analysed ... [more ▼]

This paper reports on the analysis of gestures in the expression of static locative relationships in French and Dutch, for L1 speakers as well as for francophone learners of Dutch (L2). The data analysed is drawn from video-taped picture descriptions where subjects were asked to talk about the location of certain entities on these pictures. Tutton (2012) has observed that in spatial descriptions gestures often express information that remains unexpressed in the verbal production and that typically the information that is gesturally expressed is directional (cf. also McNeill 2000; Gullberg 2009, 2010). Our data only partially confirm his findings: in most cases, gestures express information that is also expressed verbally. In addition, while gestures are indeed well-suited to express direction, we argue that a clearer distinction is needed between directional and (purely) locational gestures. We suggest that the crucial factor identifying a locative gesture is the fact of the gesture being anchored in the representational gesture space, an issue that hitherto has not been discussed in the literature. While all gestures are necessarily made in the gesture space, anchored gestures are those that receive a clear representational location. These can be pointing gestures, but often they are not (e.g., an anchored shape-, size- or manner-gesture). Functionally, they are not unlike what Liddell (2003) has called buoys in ASL, i.e., clearly located and stationary signs that function as conceptual landmarks while the discourse continues. The difference with anchored gestures is that the latter are not stationary. Non-anchored gestures do not have such a precise location. For example, directional gestures are not really anchored to a specific point, but merely indicate a direction. Similarly, some iconic gestures express locative relations (e.g. BETWEEN, EVERYWHERE), but are made without being anchored in the representational gesture space (e.g., just in front of the speaker, in centre space). We argue that despite their locative semantics, they are not locative gestures. In fact, anchored locative gestures could thus be seen as grounding predications, i.e. "an instance (but not a type) is thought of as having a particular location in the domain of instantiation" (Langacker 1991:57). In addition, typological differences are manifest in gesture. In line with Talmy’s (2000) typological distinction between verb-framed and satellite-framed languages, Dutch can be described as a “location-rich” language and the descriptions of the native Dutch speakers abound with locative descriptions, through the highly grammaticalised use of posture verbs but also via other linguistic means (prepositions, adverbs, etc.). French, in contrast, is “location-poor”: the French narrations have significantly fewer locative descriptions and the locative information is much more general. Instead, they add narrative detail and meta-linguistic comments to their descriptions. The francophone learners of Dutch (with 3 levels of proficiency) use more gestures revealing the challenge that free expression in a second language poses, especially for the lowest proficiency levels: they use more shape gestures, more enactment gestures (e.g., pulling a drawer, brushing one’s hair, etc.), more reality-anchored gestures (e.g., pointing at one’s shoes when talking about shoes), and more meta-communicative gestures indicating their lexical shortcomings, e.g., word- search gestures (see Ladewig 2011). Overall, and as can be expected, the low proficiency L2 speakers use almost more gestures than words, which can be seen as a visual compensation for their lack of lexical accuracy; the gestural expression of advanced learners, in contrast, is much more locational in nature, in line with the target language (cf. also Gullberg 2009, 2010, Alferink & Gullberg 2014). [less ▲]

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