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Hajipour B, Rezaian.A A. Intersubjectivity in Organizations: A Model for Measurement ( A Case Study of Iranian Pharmaceutical Firms). cs. 2011; 9 (47) :67-80
URL: http://cs.shahed.ac.ir/article-1-821-en.html
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Intersubjectivity refers to a shared meaning among organization mem-bers regarding a certain phenomenon. This phenomenon plays an im-portant role in decision making and coordinating functions in organi-zations. Despite its importance, few attempts have been made to ope-rationalize it. This article aims to provide a model for measuring inter-subjectivity among members of an organization regarding different is-sues. Component parts of intersubjectivity including belonging, be-having and believing were measured. In Iran’s pharmaceutical com-panies,   intersubjectivity regarding the existence of knowledge re-sources outside Iran’s boundaries was measured.

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