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To examine whether innovation radicalness influenced the accuracy of the two models, Spearman's rank order correlation scores were calculated between radicalness scores and the accuracy scores for each innovation on each model.
The radicalness of an opportunity refers to the extent to which a major innovation or social change is necessary to address a particular problem.
john Paul himself has taught this with a radicalness so inspiring that it could actually revolutionize Catholic moral teaching if it were taken seriously.
Precision and care are called for if the radicalness of the insight contained here is to be understood correctly.
The radicalness of Wharton's revisionism cannot be overemphasized.
In contrast to functional diversity, which affects stakeholders' (but not team members') evaluations of the team's innovativeness, a team's predominant problem-solving approach shapes its members' (but not stakeholders') perception of the team's innovative behaviors and radicalness.
For Critchley, this is at once a personal conviction and a sign of the times, a mark of a ubiquitous nihilism that defines the modern landscape, and which, in its radicalness, puts into question the very meaning of philosophy in its confluence with literature.
Exegetes and theologians must inquire into the conditions which vindicate its radicalness of open-ended human desires: the love of enemies, and the call to a more perfect imitation of God's open-ended benevolence.
Technology entrepreneurs human capital and its effects on innovation radicalness.
Elsewhere we find Jacqueline Brogan suggesting that underlying the ostensible radicalness of Caputo's project is a traditional hermeneutic impulse; despite his best intentions, she contends, Caputo ultimately forsakes the cold and difficult climbs of deconstruction for the certainty, steadiness, and warmth of a tradition which he claims to have abandoned.
Second, what is here termed the moderate postmodern position takes into serious consideration fundamental postmodern concerns such as the radicalness of historicity, the pervasiveness of ideology, the decentered subject, the rejection of transcendentalism, the encompassing horizons of absence, and the subsequent avoidance of Identitatsphilosophie.
This research gap is most likely attributable to the fact that much of the existing literature treats the differential attributes of innovations as a black box or considers only a limited set of broad level dimensions, such as radicalness (e.