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Emotion and Action Strategy

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How can emotion support the strategy in an action equation?

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Action Strategy

In business sometimes emotion can get in the way, but there are times when emotion can help. In the action equation there are places that emotion can be valuable. As an example, generating excitement among those in the organization that will implement a strategy is highly effective and efficient for sustaining a plan's longevity. Emotion can create momentum and this can be a game changer that will make the difference between ...

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This 284 word solution deals with emotion and Action Strategy. It has one reference to tie the concepts together. It outlines the importance of emotional engagement of employees using Google as a powerful example for the concept.

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Bazerman, M. H. (2006). Judgment in Managerial Decision Making (6th ed.). New York: Wiley.

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