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Definition of the noun ambidexterity

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noun - plural: ambidexterities

  1. the property of being equally skillful with each hand

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Google previewEncyclopedia of Information Science and Technology, Third Edition (2014)

by Khosrow-Pour, Mehdi

Organizational ambidexterity refers to the simultaneous achievement of different processes or activities in the organization,

This has been termed structural ambidexterity, whereas contextual ambidexterity is the simultaneous achievement of ...

Google preview21st Century Management: A Reference Handbook (2007)

by Charles Wankel

Contextual ambidexterity refers to the behavioral patterns in an organization that arise from the key elements of the organizational context...

“Contextual ambidexterity is the behavioral capacity to simultaneously demonstrate...

Thus, contextual ambidexterity is a behavioral strategy in the firm that may be influenced by careful selection and rewards of key ...

Google previewPsychology, Modules for Active Learning (2016)

by Cram101 Textbook Reviews

Ambidexterity: Ambidexterity is the state of being equally adept in the use of both left and right appendages. It is one of the most famous varieties of crossdominance. People that are naturally ambidextrous are uncommon, with only one out of ...

Google previewLaparoscopic Surgery (2012)

A Colloquium by Ronald C. Merrell

It must be emphasized that this procedure can be done equally well whether the surgeon is right handed or left handed; however, ambidexterity is an asset. Before beginning the operation, 10 steps to anatomical recognition are recommended.

Google previewPsychology and You (2016)

Psychology, Psychology by CTI Reviews

Ambidexterity: Ambidexterity is the state of being equally adept in ...

Google previewInfants, Children, and Adolescents (2016)

by CTI Reviews

Ambidexterity: Ambidexterity is the state of being equally adept in the use of both left and right appendages(such asthehands). It is one of the most famous varieties of cross dominance. People that are naturally ambidextrous are rare, with only ...

Google previewInnovation and International Corporate Growth (2010)

by Alexander Gerybadze, Ulrich Hommel, Hans W. Reiners, Dieter Thomaschewski

balance of exploring and exploiting may be best achieved within the innovation process since, for the individual employee or for the individual work group, ambidexterity means balancing behaviors that are quite different. Below, we will ...


NEW BUSINESS MODELS AND SUSTAINABLE COMPETITIVENESS by Aleksandar Marković, Slađana Barjaktarović Rakočević

Therefore, since organizational ambidexterity is a dynamic capability, it can be concluded that dynamic ...

Google previewThe Routledge Companion to Cross-Cultural Management (2015)

by Nigel Holden, Snejina Michailova, Susanne Tietze

The literature can be seen as an extension of earlier studies on culture and commitment, because a major component of dynamic capabilities and ambidexterity is the full use of human resources in the face of an increasing rate of ...

Google previewAesthetic Capitalism (2014)

by Eduardo de la Fuente, Peter Murphy

Ambidexterity is a source of much ingenious economic value. In. 2 D. Lodge, Nice Work, London, Secker and Warburg, 1988.

Google previewTissue Approximation in Endoscopic Surgery (1995)

Suturing & Knotting by Alfred Cuschieri, Zoltan Zsabo

Ambidexterity is a very desirable attribute for laparoscopic surgery. The other factor which has an adverse effect on precision control of movement is the length of the instruments (33 cm) needed to reach the tissues within a closed body cavity ...

Google previewThe Journal of Education (1896)

It is certain that, in many of the occupations which men have to follow in every station of life, as well as some of those which are pursued for pleasure, ambidexterity is a very great advantage —how great cannot be conceived by those who ...

Google previewThe Cabinet dictionary of the English language (1871)

AMBIDEXTERITY AMISS Ambidexterity, (am-bedeks-terVte) n. The power of ma; both.

Google previewA General Pronouncing and Explanatory Dictionary of the English Language (1804)

For the Use of Schools, Foreigners, &c. on the Plan of Mr. Sheridan by Stephen Jones

AMBIDExTERITY,. (am-by-dex. têrry-ty). s. the quality of being able equally to use both hands; double dealing. AMBIDEXTROUS, (am-by-déx'-tris) a. having, with equal facility, the use of either hand; double dealing, practifing on both sides.

Google previewA Dictionary of Neuropsychology (2012)

by Diana M. Goodwin

AMBIDEXTERITY: the ability to perform acts requiring manual skill with either hand. AMBIGUOUS VISUAL STIMULITEST: Rorschach.

Google previewFlapdoodle, a Political Encyclopaedia and Manual for Public Man (1881)

by Ex-Minister (pseud.)

AMBIDEXTERITY.— The power of using both hands — double- dealing. - This faculty is indispensable to success in political life. It is a modern adaptation of the divine maxim of letting not the right hand know what the left doeth. For example ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Management Theory (2013)

by Eric H. Kessler

dimensional grids of departmentalized forms to emphasize the inherent “ ambidexterity” of matrix structures like ABB. Michael Beer and Nitin Nohria suggest that firms need to simultaneously balance multiple dimensions, such as a shortterm ...

Google previewNew Oxford Rhyming Dictionary (2012)

by Oxford University Press

ambideXterity, asperity, austerity, celerity, dexterity, ...

Google previewA Galic and English Dictionary (1780)

Containing All the Words in the Scotch and Irish Dialects of the Celtic, that Could be Collected from the Voice, and Old Books and Mss by William Shaw

Ambidexterity, Deasfhoclach. Ready-witted. Deafalan. A buffet. Deafpoireachd. Disputing, arguing, Deafpoiream. To dispute. { Deafgaram. To pluck off the ears. Deasghnath. A ceremony. Deafmas. } Curious. } Lees, dregs, yeft. Deafoireach.

Google previewEncyclopedia of Human Behavior (2012)

Ambidexterity The ability to use both hands equally well; can take two forms: doing 50% of things with the left hand and 50% with the right, or doing all things equally well with either hand. Aphasia Disordered processing of grammatical and /or ...

Google previewA dictionary of the Malagasy language, by J.J. Freeman (D. Johns). (1835)

by Joseph John Freeman, David Johns

Ambidexter , ambidexterity, ambidextrous, s. a. ...

Google previewMerriam-Webster's Rhyming Dictionary (2002)

by Merriam-Webster, Inc

ferrety, rarity, verity asperity, celerity, dexterity, legerity, posterity, prosperity, severity, sincerity, temerity insincerity ambidexterity, subsidiarity erium \ir-e-am\ Miriam bacterium, collyrium, criterium, delirium, imperium, psalterium atmospherium, ...

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