Colette Dowling's scientific contributions

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... In the literature, analogies are frequently used when developing a new concept. Icarus Syndrome is defined as the situation in which people are overly self-confident and arrogant in a subject that they are very good at, is also known as "invincibility error" [10], Andromeda Syndrome, also known as "Cinderella Syndrome", is defined as women's expecting to be rescued by a man in order to get rid of the difficulties and pressures they have fallen into [23]. Similarly, if it is to compare corporate organization to Achilles, who is a mythological hero, then the situation in which the employees of the lowest level hierarchical position as seen in Figure 1, moving away from the norms and their conducting attitudes or behaviors intentionally damaging the corporate reputation and / or brand value of the organization would be called as Achilles Tendon Syndrome (ATS). ...