Unseem

Un`seem´


v. i.1.Not to seem.
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Other studies have reviewed the middle manager's capabilities and the effects on middle managers who are reorganized (those who are fired and those who stayed) (Mabert & Rogers, 1997; Gilmore, Shea & Unseem, 1997).
Similarly, researchers have found that interlocking directorates play an important role in disseminating information across firms (Burt, 1980; Palmer, 1983; Unseem, 1984) and act as conduits for power and influence (Scot t, 1979).