groupist

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groupist

(ˈɡruːpɪst)
n
a follower of a group
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Against the speculations that Prime Minister Oli will give a complete shape to his cabinet in the first expansion, he failed to give a full shape to the Council of Ministers due mainly to his inability to manage groupism in his party-CPN-UML and the green signal from Madhesi Janaadhikar Forum-Nepal chair Upendra Yadav to join the Oli-led Cabinet.
He made a firm appeal to Pakistanis, urging them to own the tournament as their own and steer clear of groupism.
This tendency to report intangibles could be due to the traditional Japanese value of collective capitalism deeply rooted in an insular, groupism culture and history instead of an emphasis on individual shareholder primacy as in the U.
Lack of coordination, one-upmanship, groupism, egocentricity, micro-vision at Board level not only impact the company adversely in short term but also lead to long term harmful consequences, he added.
They appreciate only certain people because of groupism.
They often appreciate only certain people because of groupism.
The most important questions we need to ask are: How long will we allow the wounds of castesim, groupism and corruption to bleed?
O autor esclarece mais a frente quais seriam os parametros do realismo: "If human affairs are indeed characterized by groupism, egoism, and power-centrism, then politics is likely to be conflictual unless there is some central authority to enforce order.
A characteristic common to various forms of the traditional economy is viewing society and economic organizations within it as families, (6) a view known as familistic groupism.
There is no groupism, maybe because we are girls and understand each other better,"she says.
In the collective culture of greater China, Confucian groupism is the core value for institutional operation.
There might be some features in Japanese culture, such as discipline and groupism, which cannot easily be transported to other cultures, but the key to effective learning from the Japanese consists in adopting technological tools that transcend culture and history and can be applied in foreign cultures.