- The Glossary contains definitions for terms in the main text that are unique to our programs and experience. At first they may be unfamiliar or seem unclear but are placed to both highlight and clarify the content being presented. In some cases they further clarify, expand on, or accent a difference. The reader may also be provided with information from the Marion-Webster Dictionary and Wikipedia.
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- Actionable KnowledgeTo overcome the dichotomy of reducing learning (knowledge acquisition) to a rigid set of rules and procedures, actionable knowledge realizes the importance of perception and how ideas change over time based on experience and circumstances. The implications are that the actionable knowledge(...) - Read More
- Development PlanningDevelopment projects require inclusive and comprehensive planning to assure success from the very beginning. Stakeholders are on board to participate in the planning process and always kept current on which direction in which the project is headed. Quality planning not only keeps the project(...) - Read More
- EquilibriumEquilibrium applies to the framework of a cohesive global public policy, an initiative where the end-results is the systematic progression of understanding to a point where long-term objectives are accomplished in parity with human development on a global scale. - Read More
- ForbearanceThe demonstrated quality needed during the difficult periods and stages as humanity strives to realize systematic and progressive achievements over the long-term on he road to prosperous and stainable futures. Forbearance denotes tolerance, patience, resignation, endurance, fortitude,(...) - Read More
- Law in SocietyThe existence of law in society implies the existence of an authority, some form or practice that is in compliance with norms of law. It regulates and stabilizes human affairs, functions as a haven for the oppressed, guides and assists public order, provides means for reducing tyranny, and(...) - Read More
- MagnanimityDerived from the Latin roots magn- great, and anima, soul. It is the virtue of being great of mind and heart. It encompasses, usually, a refusal to be petty, a willingness to face danger, and actions for noble purposes. Its antithesis is: showing a lack of courage or determination; timid.(...) - Read More
- Moral CourageWillingness to take action for moral reasons when one has doubts or fears despite the risk of adverse consequences; involves acts of integrity carried out with dignity; maintaining awareness of the danger that may be involved when acting on principle, but with the willingness to endure that(...) - Read More
- Organic ChangeThe organic growth of communities in the context of global human development; personal individual growth; society growth; denoted or characterized by a harmonious relationship between the individual and societal elements; the organic unity that’s integral to family relationships. - Read More
- Philosophy of TeaNot mere aestheticism in the ordinary acceptance of the term. It expresses conjointly with ethics and religion our whole point of view about man and nature. It is hygiene, for it enforces cleanliness; it is economics, for it shows comfort in simplicity rather than in the complex and costly;(...) - Read More
- ScholarshipThere is a great need now more than ever for people, especially the young, to be well-equipped intellectually, to be informed and able to discuss intelligently and intellectually the present condition of world affairs to seek just solutions problematic conditions. When thinking about how to(...) - Read More
- StakeholderA vast and inherently vital resource that harbors complex points-of-view, all vying for recognition. Inclusive of social stratification, conflicting agendas, cultural and ethnic persuasions. With differing economic platforms and political agendas, the stakeholder community remains a massive(...) - Read More
- StandpointThe term under which Prallagon presents an arguable opinion on a particular topic and provide its position in a specific matter. - Read More
- Strategic Positioned LeadershipStrategic positioning means placing for deployment the quality of leadership needed to agitate for paradigmatic shifts in human thinking. The intent is to offset excessive negative underpinnings in society that diminish human will and replaced by effective guarantors to ensure humanity’s progress. - Read More
- Strategic StratagemThe deployment of the quality stratagem in society to agitate for paradigmatic shifts in human thinking. Its primary intent is to offset excessive negative underpinnings that diminish human will and replaced by effective guarantors to secure progressive futures. - Read More
- Sustainable PathwaysPlans, policy, and initiatives that delineate means (i.e., sustainable pathways) to realize longterm systematic and progressive achievements in the global human development environment. - Read More
- Trilateral Systems IntegrationBuilding capacity of individuals and groups through a trilateral systems approach to global human development based on supporting criteria delineated in leadership, law, and governance. It features Prallagon's unified synchronous process to correlate the interrelationship and interdependency(...) - Read More
- TSIAbbreviation for Trilateral Systems Integration, the Prallagon unified synchronous process that delineates the interrelationship and interdependency of leadership, law and governance in society. - Read More
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