Subject: Hypothesis and Theory | opportunism | information sharing | Psychology | organizational design | interaction adaptation | social interaction | media richness | distributed teams | cooperation
Self-interest vs. cooperation is a fundamental dilemma in animal behavior as well as in human and organizational behavior. In organizations, how to get people to cooperate despite or in conjunction with their self-interest is fundamental to the achievement of a common g... View more
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