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1. The state or quality of being ambidextrous.
2. Deceit or hypocrisy.


(ˌæm bɪ dɛkˈstɛr ɪ ti)

1. ambidextrous ease, skill, or facility.
2. unusual cleverness.
3. duplicity.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.ambidexterity - the property of being equally skillful with each handambidexterity - the property of being equally skillful with each hand
handedness, laterality - the property of using one hand more than the other


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These lenses could also help our discipline understand, for example, ambidexterity as a phenomenon, in terms of the simultaneous exploration of new products/processes and exploitation of existing products/ processes (e.
These are tools that can help an organization achieve ambidexterity, defined by Tushntan as the ability to manage the different demands of radical and incremental innovation simultaneously (Tushnran and O'Reilly 1996).
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The Antecedants, Consequences, and Mediating Role of Organizational Ambidexterity.
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This article describes the emergence of macroprudential policy, how historical financial crises might have been mitigated had it been in place, and its ambidexterity with monetary policy as twin instruments for macroeconomic stabilisation.
On this path, the ability to balance exploitation and exploration capabilities, also known as organizational ambidexterity, is crucial (Burgelman & Grove, 2007; Taylor & Helfat, 2009).
I think that I write Arabic with my right hand and French with my left--what we call, I think, ambidexterity.
Strategic ambidexterity and performance in international new ventures, Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences, 25(4): 335-349.