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EDI

Electronic Data Interchange

A strictly structured form of business-to-business communication. Electronic data interchange involves the transfer of formal documents, such as orders, invoices, and even checks. Companies provide EDI services to more than 80,000 clients, but the system receives significant competition from various services offered over the Internet.
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For those who use the attack other style, their externalization is clearly seen by the result of the highest association of any of the styles with externalization in the TOSCA-A.
Using 5-point Likert-type scales that ranged from 1 (not likely) to 5 (very likely), participants reported the extent to which they would experience shame, guilt, detachment, and externalization in response to negative situations.
However, externalization exposes SYTEFs to considerable moral hazards because the behavior of partners is often unobservable so the costs of opportunism are potentially high (Williamson, 1985).
Knowledge externalization through Lessons Learned (LL) and After Action Reviews (AAR)
Those embarking on externalization or the expansion of existing initiatives should carefully consider how the workflow will be enacted in reality and how to support it in the most efficient manner.
Following the recommendations of Anderson and Gerbing (1988), we tested our theoretical model (TM), with externalization and combination processes as intermediate variables between the knowledge acquisition process and the environmental organizational process, against an alternative model (AL), considering that the knowledge acquisition process does not need to be done first.
Maternal "care" directs an individual towards moral affects, such as guilt and shame, and also reduces proneness to externalization and detachment.
This study helps to fill the gap by generating empirical data on tacit knowledge externalization in online environments.
Externalization of voices helps patients rally their motivation to fight their negative thoughts.
There are two key dimensions to teams' knowledge structures: knowledge differentiation and knowledge externalization.
In an effort to extend understanding of the psychological outcomes associated with gender-schematic processing, the present study focused on the relationship between gender role stress and proneness to shame, guilt, and externalization.
Industry expert Michael Peterson keynoted the event, discussing the emergence of IP tape as a function of both externalization of the data center and server disaggregation.