6 edition of Interaction structure and strategy found in the catalog.
|Statement||Starkey Duncan, Jr. and Donald W. Fiske, with Rita Denny, Barbara G. Kanki, and Hartmut B. Mokros.|
|Series||Studies in emotion and social interaction|
|Contributions||Fiske, Donald Winslow, 1916-|
|LC Classifications||BF637.C45 I56 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 342 p. :|
|Number of Pages||342|
|LC Control Number||84022945|
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And Donald W. Fiske Introduction 30 Linkages between structure and strategy 32 Convention 34 Sources of regularity in interaction 36 Sources of strategy 37 Strategy and Situation 40 Studying interaction structure and strategy 42 The turn System 43 - Interaction Structure and Strategy ().pdf writen by Duncan Starkey, Donald W.
Fiske, Keith Oatley, Antony S. Manstead: For nineteen years, Starkey Duncan, Donald Fiske, and their collaborators have explored and sought to integrate the linguistic and nonverbal elements of face-to-face The structure thus creates new strategy based on which the structure may be changed.
Change is the only constant. Therefore the cycle of strategy and structure goes :// When an organization changes its structure and not its strategy, the strategy will change to fit the new structure.
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The term first gained currency at the end of the 18th century, and had to do with stratagems by which a general sought business model. In Section IV, we move on to discussing the first stage, the strategy stage.
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