However, career stagnation seem to be popular more and more due to less hierarchies of organizations, quick depreciation of the knowledge and fast changes of external environments, preventing knowledge workers from growing persistently.
This study selected knowledge workers as the object and attempted to measure their career stagnation and seek for management strategies to break through the stagnations, aiming at establishment of a new set of approaches to manage employee effectively in the new environments and conditions.
Heat and mass transfer near the stagnation point with injection and suction of various gases through the body surface
Numerical solutions of the equations of the laminar boundary layer in the vicinity of the stagnation point of an axisymmetric blunted body with injection of single-component gases into a homogeneous external stream are obtained and generalized.
The basic rheological relations for the motion of viscoelastic media and a thixotropic viscoelastic medium in a constant longitudinal velocity gradient field were developed in  for the case of plane flow with a stagnation point.
The flow establishment time in the stagnation-point region of blunt bodies is found.
Boundary layer development in a gas flow with stagnation enthalpy varying across the streamlines
The subjects responded favorably to the use of cuffs during antiorthostatic hypokinesia: most of their hemodynamic parameters remained at the baseline level, and signs of venous stasis in the cervicocephalic region were alleviated.
Whereas accumulating recent evidences indicate that allopolyploid formation in plants is accompanied by rapid and non-Mendelian genomic changes, some other works showed genomic stasis in both nascent and natural allopolyploids.
The presence of papillary stasis further corroborated this assumption in the third patient.
This attenuated responsiveness to ortho-stasis in women relative to men may predispose women to postural insufficiency and may account for the predominance of symptomatic women with clinically mild dysautonomia.
The cutaneous vasoconstrictor response to venous stasis is normal in subjects with primary Raynaud's disease
Measurement of stagnancy in a pipe line using a radioactive tracer and labelled bacteria
Calculations of the (B + S)/B ratios for other lakes show that this ratio is useful for a judgment of the degree of stagnancy of a lake's hypolimnetic water masses.
Although the water chemistry of the pool is benign, certain factors such as stagnancy of water, crevices, and galvanic contacts between various materials of the fuel clad and the lining of the pools can result in unexpected localized corrosion.
After 1994 the building sector started to move after years of stagnancy during the apartheid regime.
Consensus is not yet reached on the causes to bring long stagnancy to the Japanese economy in the 90s.
High - caliber talents refer to MBA graduates or higher. The paper first points out the disadvantages in our traditional training mode of talents and then emphasizes the importance of fostering versatile talents.