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The answer COOPT has 48 possible clue(s) in existing crosswords.
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Definitions of coopt in various dictionaries:
verb - to elect or appoint
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|Possible Crossword Clues|
|Take over, in a way|
|Absorb as a member|
|Take for one's own use|
|Claim eminent domain|
|Take as one's own|
|Take for one's own|
|Claim as one's own|
|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|Alternative spelling of co-opt.|
|appoint to membership of a committee or other body by invitation of the existing members.|
|Appoint to membership of a committee or other body by invitation of the existing members.|
|Coopt might refer to|
|Co-option (also co-optation, sometimes spelled coöption or coöptation) has two common meanings. It may refer to the process of adding members to an elite group at the discretion of members of the body, usually to manage opposition and so maintain the stability of the group. Outsiders are co-opted by being given a degree of power on the grounds of their élite status, specialist knowledge, or potential ability to threaten essential commitments or goals ("formal co-optation").In a classic 1979 article for Harvard Business Review, consultants John Kotter and Leonard Schlesinger presented co-optation as a "form of manipulation" for dealing with employees who are resistant to new management programs: * Co-opting an individual usually involves giving him or her a desirable role in the design or implementation of the change. Co-opting a group involves giving one of its leaders, or someone it respects, a key role in the design or implementation of a change. This is not a form of participation,|