Lateral Communication Essays and Term Papers

  • Lateral and Vertical Communication

    Introduction Why all the noise from senior management about improved communication? Organizations need communication, in all sorts of relationships. When organizations focus on the professional relationships, the managers wants to communicate to be able to increase his or her employees' knowledge. In...

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  • Lateral thinking

    Lateral thinking, a term defined by Edward DE Bono in 1967, is a way to think and look at the world differently, instead of seeing it in a linear way. A person who thinks laterally will see many possibilities to solving a problem that a person who thinks in a linear way won't. Lateral thinking isn't...

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  • Lateral Thinking

    Lateral thinking is solving problems through an indirect and creative approach, using reasoning that is not immediately obvious and involving ideas that may not be obtainable by using only traditional step-by-step logic. The term lateral thinking was coined by Edward de Bono in the book New Think: The...

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  • Lateral Thinking

    Lateral thinking is solving problems through an indirect and creative approach, using reasoning that is not immediately obvious and involving ideas that may not be obtainable by using only traditional step-by-step logic. The term was coined in 1967 by Edward de Bono. According to de Bono, lateral...

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  • Lateral Violence

    common saying among new nurses relating to more seasoned nurses is that “Nurses eat their young”. Two of the reasons that were cited as factors in lateral violence, according to a journal article in Virginia Nurses Today, are low self-esteem and lack of respect for others (Brothers, Condon, Cross, Ganske...

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  • Lateral Thinking

    LATERAL THINKING                                          "I DID it without thinking." When we come to reflect, this remark would apply to most of the actions we perform in our ordinary daily routine. Many of our actions are instinctive or automatic responses to certain situations: thus we blink if...

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  • Multi Lateral

    Multilateral trade agreements on agriculture and commodities Prior to discussing trade agreements and trends in agricultural trade from a gender perspective, here follows a brief outline of trade agreements relating to agriculture and commodities. Agricultural trade policies were subject to few multilateral...

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  • Lateral Violence

    RUNNING HEAD: LATERAL VIOLENCE Lateral Violence Introduction The aim of this paper is to explore the administrative challenge of lateral violence in nursing. According to Koch (2012) the top ten forms of lateral violence in nursing include nonverbal innuendo...

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  • Lateral Thinking

    MRKT 6301-02 An Analysis of the Lateral Thinking Theory Dallas Baptist University Present: The concept of Lateral Thinking was first introduced by British psychologist and author, Dr. De Bono in 1967. According to the Oxford English dictionary, Lateral Thinking “is The solving of problems...

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  • Lateral Thinking

    called Lateral thinking. This concept is very useful for people who are working in business organisation especially when they make a decision. This report will illustrate more about lateral thinking, the method to improve lateral thinking, and how to use this concept in corporate world. 2. Lateral Thinking...

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  • Lateral Violence

     Lateral Violence Shelisa Cooper Southern New Hampshire University Nursing Leadership and Management NUR 310 Joyce O'Reilly June 16, 2014 Lateral Violence Lateral violence (LV) is growing issue in nursing and tend to be oxymoronic since the nursing profession is known as a profession...

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  • Lateral Thinking

    LATERAL THINKING ❖ The mind is a self-organizing information system (the mind does not organize information but provides an environment for incoming information to organize itself into patterns). That is why SOIS are inevitably patterning systems. ❖ Patterning systems are highly effective...

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  • Lateral Thinking

    LATERAL THINKING: CREATIVITY STEP BY STEP Edward De Bono Harper Collins, 1990 Why the total majority of great things happens in our minds when we are doing something completely different than work? In this book, Dr. De Bono is trying to explore this “heureka paradox” and other still relatively...

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  • Lateral Violence

     Mitigating Lateral Violence: Design for Change in Practice Stacy Lacaillade Chamberlain College of Nursing NR451 Capstone Course 28 November, 2010 Design for Change in Practice Evidenced based practice (EBP) is an empowering process for improvement in the health care...

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  • Lateral and Vertical Collaboration

    Lateral and Vertical Collaboration Horizontal collaboration or integration is when a business or an organization acquires or merges with competing businesses. Vertical collaboration includes collaboration between customers and supplier. Baderman Island Resort would demonstrate horizontal collaboration...

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  • Lateral Abduction of the Arm

    certain subconscious thought beforehand. Lateral abduction of the arm is defined as raising the humerus, radius, and ulna bones to ninety degrees, parallel to the ground, with the elbow extended, and wrist and fingers locked in place. Lateral Abduction of the Arm Extension of Humeroulnar...

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  • Lateral and Vertical Thinking

    Lateral and Vertical Thinking De Bono (2010) in ‘Lateral and Vertical Thinking’ explains the positive and negative features of the two ways of people’s thinking, and he tries to clarify it by giving examples. The core advantage of the lateral thinking is the overcoming styptic assumptions and understanding...

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  • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis

    Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, or ALS, is a degenerative disease that affects the nervous system. It is a deadly disease that cripples and kills its victims due to a breakdown in the body's motor neurons. Motor neurons are the nerve cells that control muscle contractions; they are located in the spinal...

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  • Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis

    ALS What is ALS? Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), often referred to as "Lou Gehrig's Disease," is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that affects nerve cells in the brain and the spinal cord. When the motor neurons die, the ability of the brain to initiate and control muscle movement is...

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  • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Disease

    Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) is a disease that makes muscles stop working. It is a rare disease found mostly in active people. The most common name for ALS is Lou Gehrig's disease. Lou Gehrig was a hall of fame baseball player who played with Babe Ruth on the Yankees...

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