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  2. Team building - Wikipedia

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    Team building in organizations is a common approach to improving performance. Fun is an important component to team building, but the intent is to become productive, focused, and aligned. Purely recreational activities can be helpful, but must be timed and consider the capabilities of team members (e.g., sports are not for everyone).

  3. SECI model of knowledge dimensions - Wikipedia

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    An example would be an elevator in a two-story building. While it may have numbers for the floor to push to go to, it could just as easily function with only a "go" button. Stephen Gourlay (2006) has considered why knowledge conversion has to begin with socialization if tacit knowledge is the source of new knowledge.

  4. Paraphrase - Wikipedia

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    A paraphrase (/ ˈ p ær ə ˌ f r eɪ z /) is a restatement of the meaning of a text or passage using other words.The term itself is derived via Latin paraphrasis, from Ancient Greek παράφρασις (paráphrasis) 'additional manner of expression'.

  5. Consensus decision-making - Wikipedia

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    Origin and meaning of terms. The word consensus is Latin meaning "agreement, accord", derived from consentire meaning "feel together". Broadly, consensus relates to a generally accepted opinion, but in the context of this article refers to the process and the outcome of consensus decision-making (e.g. "to decide by consensus" and "a consensus was reached").

  6. Reform of the United Nations - Wikipedia

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    Khare will lead the Change Management Team (CMT) at the UN, working with both departments and offices within the Secretariat and with other bodies in the UN system and the 193 member states. The CMT is tasked with guiding the implementation of a reform agenda at the UN that starts with the devising of a wide-ranging plan to streamline ...

  7. Office - Wikipedia

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    An office is a space where an organization's employees perform administrative work in order to support and realize objects and goals of the organization.The word "office" may also denote a position within an organization with specific duties attached to it (see officer, office-holder, official); the latter is in fact an earlier usage, office as place originally referring to the location of one ...

  8. Facilitation (business) - Wikipedia

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    Online meetings and workshops are great examples of virtual facilitation. In short, the approach brings remote team members together to discuss relevant topics in real-time. See also. Decision conferencing; Dialogue mapping; Gradients of agreement scale; Graphic facilitation; References

  9. Groupthink - Wikipedia

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    Each member should discuss the group's ideas with trusted people outside of the group. The group should invite outside experts into meetings. Group members should be allowed to discuss with and question the outside experts. At least one group member should be assigned the role of devil's advocate. This should be a different person for each meeting.