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THE EXECUTIVE FUNCTIONS
PHYSICAL AND BIOLOGICAL LIMITATIONS IN COOPERATIVE SYS
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accepted accomplished activities arise aspects behavior biological capacity Chapter character church codes communication complex organization concrete conflict contributions contributors cooperative action cooperative effort cooperative system coordination decision definition depends determined economic effective efficiency elements eral essen essential evident example executive functions executive units existence experience fact forces formal organizations ganization Hence human ical important individual informal organization interactions involved ization jacks devices joint effect limitations material inducements means ment merely method moral motives necessary necessity nomic non-logical objective authority observed operation organiza physical environment physiological necessities point of view political posi position possible practice present purpose question reason regarded relationships religious organizations respects responsibility result satisfactions secure sense social environment social factors specific strategic factor subordinate superior system of cooperation telephone switchboard things tion tive total situation unit organizations usually utilities W. H. R. Rivers whole willingness