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  • It thus centers on a crucial cross-level analysis that is “characteristic of a large part of the social sciences, especially the more theoretical part” Schelling, 1978.

    Diffusion of Innovations

  • Another related strategy of integrating governance across levels is special organizational forms that facilitate cross-level interaction, such as co-management of natural resources [252].

    Global Environment Outlook (GEO-4)~ Chapter 7

  • It thus centers on a crucial cross-level analysis that is “characteristic of a large part of the social sciences, especially the more theoretical part” Schelling, 1978, p.

    Diffusion of Innovations

  • Since global account managers typically function through cross-functional, cross-divisional, cross-level global account teams, it is important that team members are appropriately selected and trained.27 If the thrust of the global account program is developing new business, previously disinterested executives may join a global account team.

    KEY ACCOUNT MANAGEMENT AND PLANNING

  • Because of the broader geographic scope and heightened complexity of supplier-firm/global-account relationships, a global account team that may be cross-functional, cross-divisional, and cross-level must support the GAM.

    KEY ACCOUNT MANAGEMENT AND PLANNING

  • When necessary, battalion commanders cross-level within companies or throughout the battalion to meet mission requirements.

    FM 9-6 Chapter 2

  • Often projects are implemented by cross-functional, cross-level teams or by operator teams e.g., QC circles within departments, but sometimes dedicated individuals can do the job.

    QUALITY IS PERSONAL

  • He called to the cross-level operator: "Rogers, take over Shaw's job."

    Graf Spee

  • Part of the misunderstanding about the random coefficients logit can be attributed to the lack of cross-level inference in previous research.

    HBS Working Knowledge

  • Although the authors address confounding, we believe they should have better addressed the potential effect of confounding by county-level urbanicity and the potential for cross-level bias (ecologic fallacy) when interpreting their results.

    Archives of Pediatrics current issue

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