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• “Contextual Intelligence,” by means of Tarun Khanna
• “How Netflix Reinvented HR,” by means of Patty McCord
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• “How Google bought Its Engineers on Management,” via David A. Garvin
• “21st-Century expertise Spotting,” by means of Claudio Fernández-Aráoz
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Includes bibliographical references and index. Title. 48-1984. BM (c) 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 Page v To Marija Shoup and Judith Burg Page vi Page vii Contents List of Maps xi List of Tables xiii List of Abbreviations xv Note on Translations, Place-names, and Diacritical Markings xvii Chapter 1. Introduction: Bosnia, Ethnic Conflict, and International Intervention 3 Understanding Ethnic Conflict in Bosnia 4 Ethnic Conflict and International Intervention 9 Ethnic Conflict and the Moral Question in Bosnia 11 Sources 14 Chapter 2.
But its most important element concerned defining the fight to claim titular, or state-constituting status (usually reserved for the majority ethnic group), and defining the rights that accrued to "others" (minority ethnic groups). To achieve state-constituting status conferred superior cul- Page 6 tural and political rights on a group, including control over the state itself. The struggle over rights and the struggle over the national question were thus intertwined, in Bosnia as elsewhere throughout Eastern Europe.
The habits of conflict avoidance and cooperation that have featured so prominently in explanations of political stability in other deeply divided societies had little time to spread in Bosnia-Herzegovina. Unlike Serbia or Croatia, whose dominant ethnic groups and leaderships considered themselves as nations with natural borders embracing areas outside their existing frontiers, Bosnia-Herzegovina was first and foremost an administrative unit whose boundaries, because they persisted over time, came to gain a certain political weight.