ambidexterity


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Synonyms for ambidexterity

Synonyms for ambidexterity

the property of being equally skillful with each hand

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Considering these aspects, it is assumed that a strategic behavior aligned with decisions favoring the wine organization ambidexterity can lead the organization to remain in the market and achieve better results.
Proposition 8: Biomimicry thinking may be parallel with ambidexterity logic.
While US Army strategists were devising more efficient and effective ways to train and employ soldiers to meet this vision, Joseph Soeters, then-dean of management studies at the Netherlands Defense Academy, was exploring organizational ambidexterity.
But all Beijing has done is demonstrate a disingenuous pattern of diplomatic ambidexterity.
The R&D issue at the automaker regarding emissions reduction points to the absence of ambidexterity of the organization, with a predominance of exploitation activities to the detriment of exploration initiatives.
However, research suggests that the frequency of ambidexterity (no hand dominance) significantly rises in children with autism.
Ambidexterity as a mediating variable in the relationship between dynamism in the environment, organizational context and strategic renewal.
The locus of innovation: The effect of a separate innovation unit on exploration, exploitation, and ambidexterity in manufacturing and service firms.
Ambidexterity and performance in small-to medium-sized firms: The pivotal role of top management team behavioral integration.
ambidexterity: A moderated mediation framework Fonte: Elaborada pelos autores deste artigo Tabela 3: Autores que mais publicam o tema ambidexterity e a quantidade de artigos ORDEM AUTORES QUANTIDADE ANOS DE PUBLICACAO 1 Volberda, H.
Our contribution to the current research on strategic paradoxes and ambidexterity is three-fold.
The discussions about organizational ambidexterity and its ingredients such as discipline, stretch, support and trust (Gibson & Birkinshaw, 2004; Lane & Lup, 2015) appeal to MP4 and MP5.
5) Hereditary pattern-drawers were invariably also naksha-makers, and due to their ambidexterity were much sought after craftsmen amidst the Banaras weaver community.