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agility

Overview page. Subjects: Sports and Exercise Medicine — Human Resource Management.

Or organizational agility is the capacity of a business organization to adapt to long-run changes in products, markets, or technology. Agility is sometimes contrasted with ‘flexibility’,...

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goal displacement

Overview page. Subjects: Human Resource Management — Sports and Exercise Medicine.

The idea that the formal goals of an organization can be supplanted by a new set of objectives that reflect the interests of organizational leaders. The concept is applied particularly to...

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managerial grid

Overview page. Subjects: Human Resource Management — Sports and Exercise Medicine.

A diagnostic tool developed by organizational consultants Robert Blake and Jane Mouton, which allows managers to assess their leadership style. In a self-completion questionnaire, managers...

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normative approach

Overview page. Subjects: Sports and Exercise Medicine — Human Resource Management.

A theoretical, prescriptive approach to sociological studies that has the aim of appraising or establishing the values and norms that best fit the overall needs and expectations of society....

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sex typed

Overview page. Subjects: Human Resource Management — Sports and Exercise Medicine.

An individual whose sex and gender role orientation are the same. For example, a sexual female with female gender role orientation.

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vicarious learning

Overview page. Subjects: Sports and Exercise Medicine — Human Resource Management.

Is the process of learning by watching other people, and then copying them. [See training, sitting-with-Nellie, and shadowing.]

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victimization

Overview page. Subjects: Sports and Exercise Medicine — Human Resource Management.

Under European equality legislation, victimization occurs when an employer treats a worker adversely because they have either made a complaint or taken a legal case aimed at enforcing their...

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