ENHANCING TEAMWORK WITHIN THE EUROPEAN UNION DIPLOMACY IN GENEVA

Abstract : Heifitz, Grashaw and Linsky (2009) underline that human progress and the ability for large numbers of people to live together are linked to "the growth and variation in scope, structure, governance, strategy and coordination of political and commercial enterprise". The European Union (EU) illustrates the development of complex governance system for a diverse population to live and prosper on a very large scale. The EU is a relatively new governance model, comprising 28 member States with a history of difficult relationships, marked by intense competition for hegemony and periods of armed conflict. In this sense, it is significant that countries embroiled in conflict in the past now form a union that was awarded the 2012 Nobel Peace Prize for "having contributed to the achievement of peace and reconciliation, democracy and human rights in Europe".
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Xavier Pierre. ENHANCING TEAMWORK WITHIN THE EUROPEAN UNION DIPLOMACY IN GENEVA. 5ème Colloque et séminaire doctoral international de l'ISEOR - AOM (Academy Of Management) - Divisions ODC & MC, Jun 2014, France. pp.20. ⟨hal-01009182⟩

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