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the external outline of a thing

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The underlying assumption is that increasing levels in one variable do not necessarily lead to mirroring effects in the dependent variable, but rather that the variables may be interdependent and rely on each other for their collective, configurational effect.
Entrepreneurial orientation and small business performance: A configurational approach.
The adoption of a multidimensional framework, in conjunction with a configurational approach, facilitates the creation of a more nuanced view compared with basic assertions such as that closer, collaborative relationships in the triad lead to better outcomes (Choi & Kim, 2008; Wu, Choi & Rungtusanatham, 2010).
Modes of theorizing in strategic human resource management: tests of universalistic, contingency, and configurational performance predictions.
The Configurational Perspective: The configurational perspective explains SHRM by looking at internal aspects of the human resource function, and analyzing how well those internal features are integrated.
My colleagues and I spent several years pursuing a configurational view of organizations (Miller & Friesen, 1984).
These were associated with, among others: configurational factors forcing turns; managing the IV pole when walking or conducting tasks; Interacting with the door and moving through the entry; a lack of adequate space; and attributes of specific elements such as toilets (seat height, flush valve location), grab bars (number, location, and orientation), patient chairs (absence of armrest, seat height, and as obstruction in travel path), and over-bed tables (as obstruction In travel path).
Within the four main concept structuring systems, the system of language referred to as CONFIGURATIONAL accounts for nouns and verbs alike.
INTRODUCTION: Dermatoglyphics (Fingerprint) is a collective term for all the integumentary features, inclusive of dermal ridge and thick configurational arrangements on the digits, palms and sole excluding flexion creases and other secondary folds.
Subsequently it is possible to predict movement patterns in urban space through configurational measures, [4].
Biomimetic configurational arrays of hydroxyapatite nanocrystals on bio-organics.
2001 "The analysis of odor mixtures by humans: evidence for a configurational process.
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