Critically reflect on how strategizing may be enhanced or how new challenges may be associated with such partnerships.

As organizations build partnerships between one another and across distances (e.g., with virtual interactions), the cultural socialization which normally occurs in organizations may not occur in the same way.  Critically reflect on how strategizing may be enhanced or how new challenges may be associated with such partnerships.  

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Practicing Strategy

Part Four – Practicing Strategy in ContextPart Five – Case Studies

PLEASE REPLY TO EACH DISCUSSION WITH SIGNIFICANT CONTENT. THERE ARE TWO DISCUSSIONS. DO NOT JUST AGREE WITH THE STUDENT BUT PROVIDE SUPPORTING CONTENT IF YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE. THERE ARE THREE DISCUSSION RESPONSE. PLEASE RESPOND WITH A MINUMUM OF 100 words FOR EACH DISCUSSION.


Jennifer Martinez 

week three discussion

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element 1: 

which guest did you find most difficult to diagnose and why?

The guest I came to the find the hardest to diagnose would have to be Lilly, because the information that was provided for her was very minimal.

Element 1: 

are the three clusters really three distinct categories?

Yes, they are distinct because each category is unique in its own way. There are 10 personality disorders so each category represents 3 or 4 disorders.

Cluster A is the “odd, eccentric” cluster.

Cluster B is the “dramatic, emotional, erratic” cluster.

Cluster C is the “anxious, fearful” cluster.

They are distinct because they all cover different disorders. Even though they each cover three disorders, the disorders that are covered in that cluster are all similar in some type of way.

Cluster A covers Paranoid, Schizoid, and Schizotypal the common features that they all share are social awkwardness and social withdrawal.

Cluster B covers Borderline, Narcissistic, Histrionic, and Antisocial personality disorders. The common problems that they share are are impulse control and emotional regulation.

Cluster C covers Avoidant and Obsessive-compulsive disorder. They share a high level of anxiety.  

  • Hooley, J.M., Butcher, J.N., & Nock, M. (2017) Abnormal Psychology, 17th ed. Boston, MA: Pearson Education.
  • Simone Hoermann, Ph.D., Corrine E. Zupanick, Psy.D., & Mark Dombeck, Ph.D. 

MentalHelp.net An American Addiction Centers Resource

  • South, S., & Deyoung, N. (2013). Behavior Genetics of Personality Disorders: Informing Classification and Conceptualization in DSM-5. Personality Disorders: Theory, Research, and Treatment, 4 (3), 270-283. https://doi.org/10.1037/a0026255

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Stephanie Ragone 

week 3

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John was the most difficult to determine due to the overlap in some of his symptoms.  Antisocial personality disorder is my diagnosis for John yet I found similarities to symptoms of psychopathy.  One distinct criteria I found in John was the irrational thinking and delusions, which are generally absent in psychopathy (Hooley,  Butcher, Knock & Mineka, 2017 ), therefore I felt antisocial personality disorder was an appropriate diagnosis.

The three clusters of personality disorders have distinct characteristics within each.  Due to the high comorbidity rate for people diagnosed with personality disorders, the display of many personality traits may seem to be overlapping, but within each cluster, there are distinct criterias.  Cluster A is the category that encompasses mistrust, suspicion and social detachment, cluster B includes emotional, erratic and dramatic behavior, and cluster C covers anxiety and fearful behavior  (Hooley,  Butcher, Knock & Mineka, 2017 ).  Each cluster has specific behavior each with definite differences.

Hooley, J. M., Butcher, J. N., Nock, M., & Mineka, S. (2017). Abnormal psychology. Boston: Pearson.

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