functional flexibility

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functional flexibility

functional flexibility

functional flexibility

Functional Specialization and Flexibility in Human Association Cortex

Functional Specialization and Flexibility in Human Association Cortex

SecretSanta: flexible pipelines for functional secretome prediction

POLYVIEW: a flexible visualization tool for structural and functional annotations of proteins

Signal and Functional Flexibility in the Emergence of Communication System: The Editors’ Introduction

The Managerial Prerogative and the Employee’s Obligation to Work: Comparative Perspectives on Functional Flexibility

eComment. Is flexible band or rigid ring the best choice for functional tricuspid regurgitation?

Flexible phytoplankton functional type (FlexPFT) model: size-scaling of traits and optimal growth

Modafinil Reverses Phencyclidine-Induced Deficits in Cognitive Flexibility, Cerebral Metabolism, and Functional Brain Connectivity

Structural analysis of free and enzyme-bound amaranth α-amylase inhibitor: classification within the knottin fold superfamily and analysis of its functional flexibility

Four-dimensional geometric assessment of tricuspid annulus movement in early functional tricuspid regurgitation patients indicates decreased longitudinal flexibility

Flexible band versus rigid ring annuloplasty for functional tricuspid regurgitation: two different patterns of right heart reverse remodelling

eReply to eComment: Is flexible band or rigid ring the best choice for functional tricuspid regurgitation?

Characterisation of complex formation between members of the Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex CFP-10/ESAT-6 protein family: towards an understanding of the rules governing complex formation and thereby functional flexibility

Performance of two formal tests based on martingales residuals to check the proportional hazard assumption and the functional form of the prognostic factors in flexible parametric excess hazard models


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Is the policy of training employees to increase their skills and abilities so they can undertake a greater range of tasks. It means that within a work area employees can vary the tasks they undertake to meet the particular business needs. Often functional flexibility is associated with teamworking. Functional flexibility also requires a reduction of the demarcation between tasks. [See job redesign.]

Subjects: Human Resource Management.

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