CLIMS

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CLIMSClinical Laboratory Information Management System
CLIMSCrystallography Laboratory Information Management System
CLIMSCriminal Laboratory Information Management System (forensics software)
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"I may be able to clim' along the bank perhaps--I can clim' better than they.
She had made a visit of a week at the brick house; and Miranda's impression, conveyed in privacy to Jane, was that Hannah was close as the bark of a tree, and consid'able selfish too; that when she'd clim' as fur as she could in the world, she'd kick the ladder out from under her, everlastin' quick; that, on being sounded as to her ability to be of use to the younger children in the future, she said she guessed she'd done her share a'ready, and she wan't goin' to burden Will with her poor relations.
The Complexity Leadership Interaction Modes (CLIM) instrument that is described in the next section is based upon well-defined and clearly observable leadership interactions (Hazy and Uhl-Bien, 2015) that do not depend on the characteristics, traits, or behaviors of individual leaders.
The CLIM measures the local presence and organizational distribution of locally enacted leadership interactions which constitute the leadership meta-capability.
To build the CLIM scale, a leadership interaction is defined as an observable interaction between individuals that constitutes a "leadership activity" where at least one individual in the interaction initiates a new practice or norm (that is, a local rule of interaction) or either reinforces or dampens an existing consensus practice or norm currently operating among agents.
Thus, the Complexity Leadership Interaction Modes (CLIM) scale measures how many times each leadership interaction was observed to occur in each particular work group over a three-month period.
To clarify that the CLIM measures a phenomenon that is relevant at the organization level, it is useful to test whether measurement of the CLIM construct is consistent with that of other established constructs within its nomological network (Cronbach and Meehl, 1955).
High CLIM levels, and in particular, high GLM levels, should predict an organization's capacity to innovate and be resilient and adaptable.
In contrast, the Hazy and Uhl-Bien (2015) analysis suggests that the CLIM score would be low if performance outcomes are low regardless of the level of Team Norm Strength.
The initial list of CLIM items was compiled from a published review (Hazy and Uhl-Bien, 2015) of over twenty complexity-informed studies which included a table (pp.