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Empirical linkages between structural organicity and the tendency of organizations to exhibit entrepreneurial behaviors have been demonstrated).
1) Study participants were asked to assess their organizations via Khandwalla's organicity scale (as reproduced in Colvin and Slevin, 1988) to substantiate these choices.
Whatever organicity the manuscript possesses, in short, it is not such as can be fully accounted for by the 'transmissive processes' that brought it into being.
While contextualizing it historically within Mexico's long tradition and practice of the genre, Egan convincingly describes the organicity of Monsivais's chronicle.
Perhaps most significant in the birth of this "new man" is the emergence of new desires and a new human body, the dissipation of its organicity and its technological hybridization, its prosthetic augmentation.
But Stan derives some of the organicity of his huge body of work from the style and thoughts of some liberated poets of today.
The literature suggests that corporate ideology is characterized by three underlying dimensions: progressive decision-making, corporate social responsibility, and organicity (Goll 1991, Goll/Sambharya 1990, Goll/Sambharya 1995, Goll/Zeitz 1991).
Further empirical evidence show that attributes of organicity outperform mechanistic structures in terms of team participation and shared decision making (Nasi, Nasi, Banks & Ensley, 1994).
Proposition 9: Organizations that practice intrapreneurship have a higher level of organicity compared to organizations that practice exopreneurship.
Issues related to organicity, financial gain, and emotional overlay continue to provide the primary areas of differential diagnosis and controversy today.
This left Tasso's theories of the epic in a state of "oscillation" (299) between the conflicting requirements of variety and unity, and the resulting dissonance between the organicity of the work and its multiple stylistic registers captured the aesthetic dilemma of Mannerism itself.
It stresses the organicity and trustworthiness of the female body, the natural rhythmicity of labor, the integrity of the family, and self-responsibility.