Interaction value analysis

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Interaction value analysis is an approach to modeling organizations using one-on-one interactions between members of the organization as a proxy for all value-adding activities in the organization. This approach can be(and has been[1]) combined with game theory and to suggest how managers can identify situations where the organization would benefit from having employees control their own interactions.

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  1. ^ When does management matter in a dog-eat-dog world: An "Interaction Value Analysis" model of organizational climate