Electrical Drive Control: Textbook with Applicative Aspects by Zeev Bahir

By Zeev Bahir

This ebook is meant for college kids within the disciplines of electric engineering, mechanical engineering, keep an eye on engineering, etc.
It is phrased in businesslike, uncomplicated English. It makes for simple studying fabric, a result of abundance of solved problems
and issues of solutions, to be solved via the students.
The theoretical key issues, solved difficulties and the issues to be solved through scholars discuss with occasions as just like real-life
industrial events as attainable.

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2. When we studied innovation stories and interviewed serial innovators and volunteers in collaboration networks, we were struck by the universality of this pattern. It gave us a way to look beyond these individuals’ personalities, virtues, and vices, and to examine the types of commitments they made and fulfilled. 3. We named the eight practices after these outcomes. We also discovered that each practice has a somatic aspect as well as its conversational aspect. Somatics is a discipline that deals with the integration of mind and body: the somatic aspect of the eight practices accounts for body reactions and emotions that accompany language.

One is “serial innovators,” who produce one innovation after another, often with success rates over 50 percent. The other is “collaboration networks,” volunteer groups with little management and light leadership; the Internet, World Wide Web, and Linux 4 Chapter 1 operating system are examples. In both cases, personal skill seems to play an essential role. Here, in this book, we explore a new category—personal skills—and we find promising new answers. Our fundamental claim is that by developing their skills in eight practices, individuals and groups can become competent innovators with success rates much higher than 4 percent.

4 The second factor, social interaction practices, is your skill at influencing others. John Seely Brown says that the point of the innovation practices is to mobilize action around one’s idea. Mobilizing other people around your ideas requires certain social interaction skills. Gladwell (2008) illustrates with examples of people of high expertise but low social interaction skills, who were ultimately unsuccessful. The eight innovation practices at the core of this book are all essential social interaction practices whose outcomes are all necessary for innovation.

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