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externalization

 [eks-ter″nal-ĭ-za´shun]
1. the tendency to perceive in the external world and in external objects components of one's own personality, including instinctual impulses, conflicts, moods, attitudes, and ways of thinking.
2. the process of learning the difference between self and non-self in childhood.
3. the process by which external rather than internal stimuli become capable of arousing a drive, such as hunger.
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Overprotection" causes the mother to shoulder her child's responsibilities, resulting in the child having an incompetent introspective ability and predisposing them to externalization and detachment.
Nonaka also discussed the importance of building a self-organizing team, sharing experience, and conceptualization (through continuous dialogues) in the process of tacit knowledge externalization.
While the previous example holds some truth, externalization does not mean that team members do not ever need to acquire knowledge for themselves.
Firms may reduce their costs of participation in social insurance programs and of other overhead through the externalization of service inputs.
Data collection instrument was a researcher-constructed questionnaire of knowledge management conversion process in the framework of "socialization, externalization, combination, and internalization" with 26 five-point Likert scale items, and a performance questionnaire in the framework of educational performance (educational activities of academic staff members) and research performance (research activities of academic staff members) with 28 five-point Likert scale items.
2 has been enhanced to include performance automation improvements that distribute workload across servers, increasing BLOB externalization speed by up to 50%.
Externalization, the connection of information source to information source.
There's an incredible externalization of problems going on.
Direct cost savings, increased agility, shortened timelines and improved outcomes are among the near- and long-term benefits to externalization of core competencies
The FDA noted evidence that the silicone insulation covering the leads is at risk for premature abrasion and externalization.
The report, Biopharma M&A and Deal Making, was written to support team and corporate strategic initiatives around the options that exist to grow revenues through externalization, whether by M&A or licensing.
AICEP Portugal Global is a government entity that promotes Portugal abroad and supports Portuguese companies in their externalization process.