Glossary

Accountability

refers to the management philosophy whereby individuals are held liable, or accountable, for how well they use their authority and live up to their responsibility of performing predetermined activities.

Achievement behavior

is aimed at setting challenging goals for followers to reach and expressing and demonstrating confidence that they will measure up to the challenge.

Activity

is a specified set of behavior within a project.

Adhocracy culture

is an organizational culture characterized by flexibility and discretion along with an external focus.

Adjourning,

the fifth and last stage of the team development process, is the stage in which the team finishes its job and prepares to disband.

Affirmative action program

is an ...

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