organizability

Related to organizability: organise

organizability

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organisability

n
the state of being organizable
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Organizations and organizability are part and parcel of our life [17].
Influences of item organizability and semantic retrieval cues on word recall in very old age.
Besides, different factors influencing group cohesion and organizability of behaviour in risk situation are studied.
Both attempts were supported by a firm belief in the organizability and manipulability of human behaviour by means of an analytical design of organizations.
Their identity is a key element in their organizability.
Moreover, Delgado states, the "elements that promote or retard unionization among the undocumented are not unlike those that determine the organizability of other workers who are similarly located in the labor market.
Directors and staff organizers were asked questions designed to identify their attitudes toward women's organizability and to determine whether the union employed gender-specific organizing strategies, such as adoption of a particular style, targeting by occupation or gender, or gender-specific issue selection.
The connection between organizer gender and perceptions concerning women's organizability was perhaps best illustrated by the interview responses: 90% of the female organizers inter-viewed (9 of 10 responding to this question) believed that "Women are easier to organize than men, but it takes longer," compared to only 12.
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