The Strategic Revolution

  title={The Strategic Revolution},
  author={Andy Gardner},
  • A. Gardner
  • Published 8 September 2016
  • Psychology
  • Cell

Aligning Project Management Office and Strategy: A Brazilian Case Study

INTRODUCTION In the turbulence of the new economy, characterized by discontinuous, abrupt and sometimes unmanageable changes, companies should be able to make fast and responsive actions and

Host plant and competitor identity matter in genotype × genotype × environment interactions between vetch and pea aphids

1. Selection does not only operate in a genotype (G) × environment (E) context, but can also be modulated by the activities of organisms interacting with their environment (G × G × E).



The Genetical Theory of Natural Selection — A Complete Variorum Edition

This is perhaps the most important book on evolutionary genetics ever written. Nearly every topic currently discussed is to be found in it, often dealt with in brief passages of condensed prose (it

Altruism and Related Phenomena, Mainly in Social Insects

With better knowledge of heredity and with more facts regarding the social insects to draw upon, Weismann recognized the possible conflict between intergroup and intragroup selection in the evolution of worker attributes.

A formal theory of the selfish gene

A formal theory of the selfish gene is developed, using optimization theory to capture the analogy of ‘gene as fitness‐maximizing agent’ in mathematical terms and to assess the various criticisms that have been levelled at the theory, dispelling some and strengthening others.

The Logic of Animal Conflict

Game theory and computer simulation analyses show, however, that a “limited war” strategy benefits individual animals as well as the species.

The Evolution of Reciprocal Altruism

  • R. Trivers
  • Psychology
    The Quarterly Review of Biology
  • 1971
A model is presented to account for the natural selection of what is termed reciprocally altruistic behavior. The model shows how selection can operate against the cheater (non-reciprocator) in the

Animal Dispersion in Relation to Social Behaviour.

Wynne-Edwards has written this interesting and important book as a sequel to his earlier (1962) Animal Dispersion in Relation to Social Behaviour. Reviewing it has proven to be a valuable task for

Parental investment and sexual selection

The p,cnetics of sex nas now becn clarif ied, and Fishcr ( 1958 ) hrs produccd , n,od"l to cxplarn sex ratios at coDception, a nrodel recently extendcd to include special mccha_ nisms that operate under inbreeding (Hunrilron I96?).

Genomic Imprinting and Kinship

This collection of Haig's papers represents a unique comprehensive overview of the state of evolutionary biology and argues that imprinted genes exemplify an extraordinary within-individual conflict, while shaking up the authors' fundamental ideas of what it means to be an individual.

The origin and evolution of gamete dimorphism and the male-female phenomenon.

Parent-Offspring Conflict

When parent-offspring relations in sexually reproducing species are viewed from the standpoint of the offspring as well as the parent, conflict is seen to be an expected feature of such relations. In