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trans·ac·tion

(tranz-ak'shŭn),
1. Interaction arising from the encounter of two or more persons.
2. In transactional analysis, the unit of analysis involving a social stimulus and a response.

transaction

A life event (e.g., graduation, marriage, divorce, criminal act, special award, etc.) which can be used to locate a person in a database.

transaction

The interaction of a person with others, esp. one in which items on an agenda, finances, or ideas are discussed.
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That means someone with high engagement can measure low at a particular time or that a transactionally engaged employee can give a misleading answer.
EXHIBIT 8: STRATEGIC WORKFORCE PLANNING Strategic workforce planning is based on working strategically with business as opposed to transactionally.
He recommends Prithvi Theatre in Mumbai and Alliance Francaise in Bengaluru as two fine examples of artplaces, saying that "a habitable and engaging architecture can also be transactionally and symbolically impressive".
When the market got going again we didn't want to be in same situation again as we were very transactionally orientated," he said.
Cutting back setoff will not be transactionally easy.
A configuration transaction is a specification that describes an ordered set of domain-specific reconfiguration operations to be executed transactionally (all or none), in order to achieve a new type-conformant configuration.
But we don't have enough detailed information yet on precisely how organizations are moving from being transactionally driven to being information-driven.
Law-and-society scholarship suggests that we will be less likely to treat disputes with good friends transactionally or legally, but there is little empirical research that provides evidence one way or another.
At the same time, some researchers have shown that it is not necessarily an either/or situation: many top leaders/coaches can act both transactionally and transformationally, depending on the situation and conditions.
David Faigman, Measuring Constitutionality Transactionally, 45 HAST.
Transactionally, the firm also recently closed a 15-year, 130,740 s/f lease for the United Nations Population Fund and approximately 200,000 s/f of new leasing for a major nonprofit organization.
The level of trust is an important factor in distinguishing relational oriented exchange partners from transactionally oriented exchange partners.

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