Definition of Terms
Emotional in this context refers to emotional intelligence, an ability, capacity, or skill to perceive, assess, and manage the emotions of one’s self, of others, and of groups.
Encapsulation in this context is a process of compartmentalizing the elements of an abstraction that constitute its programs and functionalities. It is the result or act of packaging practices and resources together. It allows certain creation of classes.
Environmental in this context refers to environmentalism, a concern for the preservation, restoration, or improvement of the natural environment, such as the conservation of natural resources, prevention of pollution, and certain land use actions.
Environment Knowledge in this context is needed to cope with the unexpected changes in the global market or industry.
Examination in this context is a result of questioning the value of the practice, that is, the purpose to be accomplished or served; questioning the means of the practice to achieve the purpose; and questioning the different definitions used in the practice. It is used to challenge the practice. The intent is not to knock the practice down, but to test or see how far the practice would apply. It helps us to bring the unexpressed practice to light; make practice distinctions; see the structure of a controversy and organize our thoughts better for knowing and decision making; and understand, support, or reject the practice.