ambidexterity


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Synonyms for ambidexterity

Synonyms for ambidexterity

the property of being equally skillful with each hand

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Successfully managing ambidexterity has a positive effect on business performance in terms of revenues, profits, and productivity growth (Lin et al.
In addition, this study adopts ambidexterity as learning capability to simultaneously configure an alliance portfolio convergently and divergently with equal dexterity (Lubatkin, Simsek, Ling, and Veiga, 2006).
The organizational ambidexterity calls for simultaneous exploration of business opportunities; i.
Applying paradox theory and research on ambidexterity, we conclude that, counter intuitively, formalized governance is necessary to sustain informal competitive entity success.
True leadership," he said, "includes the ability to envision better futures, the ability to galvanize others to act on one's vision, and being able to cultivate confidence all round; employing the benefits of ambidexterity in approach, and effectively combining hard and soft skills and ultimately to apply all these abilities to serve the cause of greater humanity.
Invariably, it cannot be out of the way to isolate proverbs that account for a significant proportion of African indigenous idioms which go into the composition of two of his works (Death and The Lion) and can attest to his ambidexterity in terms of creative writings of the tragic and comic classifications.
Marketing and PR professionals are well placed to become the influence professionals shaping the organization's response to this opportunity, at least those with ambidexterity of mind, both so-called left- and right-brained talent.
Johnson approved his ambidexterity for its neural benefits -- "It's always good to fire up both sides of the brain," she said -- and then together they tackled the white marble kitchen island.
The piano parts display Faure's rather queer and distinctive writing for the piano, the result of the ambidexterity that allowed the composer at least to handle the truly balanced and equal right-and left-hand parts he liked to write.
The cylinder latch is on the top of the grip frame accessible to both thumbs, though the shooter would have to be a juggler to enjoy the benefits of any ambidexterity this might afford.
Creating Ambidexterity in Research institutions' Journal of Management Studies, Vol.
With these writings, he demonstrates his prolific range of poetic ambidexterity, and ease with a variety of styles not previously employed in past books.
See also 166 (where Sterne associates 'speculative subtilty [sic] or ambidexterity of argumentation' with the pursuit of truth).
In the poem 'Ambidexterity', Muzaffar's legerdemain is expressed as: "And pain, that possum playing, ambidexterity, which lives, in crests and dives, and like skin rashes, which itch, and cancer pains, which pelt your living remains, it thrives through the complicity of its sufferers.