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  • organisation
  • Hansatech is benefiting as a manufacturer not only because of the wider economic changes the world is going through as a result of unrest in oil producing nations, but also because it is an efficient organisation that can compete. (cio.co.uk)
  • quality
  • The problem is that this gives incentives to schools to compete not on instructional quality, but on the types of students they can attract and retain, similar to country clubs. (brookings.edu)
  • In which half is the conventional wisdom that competition is society's best hope for improving quality and controlling costs? (managedcaremag.com)
  • In other industries, competition works because comparison shoppers reward quality at a lower price. (managedcaremag.com)
  • These assessments will include a brief cognitive assessment battery and a battery of questionnaires and paper-pencil tests designed to assess current psychological and cognitive symptom severity, utility of compensatory strategies, self-efficacy, adaptive functioning, ability to reliably manage personal affairs, substance use, quality of life, and treatment satisfaction ratings. (bioportfolio.com)
  • Center
  • Cerritos Venue No Problem for Center, Officials Say : Presentations: Competition is unlikely, they say, because the L.A. County hall is smaller than the one in Costa Mesa. (latimes.com)
  • British
  • Political rhetoric is all well and good, but for the British manufacturing sector to really compete, it is going to take a bit more than slick words from those who in the past did more to damage manufacturing than any previous legislator. (cio.co.uk)
  • work
  • The 178-page congressional version-the Managed Competition Act of 1992 (HR 5936)-was introduced by Representatives Jim Cooper (D-TN) and Charles Stenholm (D-TX) and authored by Atul Gawande from India, who took time off from his studies at Harvard Medical School to work for Rep. Cooper. (aapsonline.org)
  • Students build a foundation for learning by gaining an understanding of business organizations, their structure and functions, the global setting in which they compete, environmental components and the challenges of an increasingly dynamic, complex work environment. (chatham.edu)
  • public
  • These responsibilities-which include managing public safety for the Rose Parade, the Rose Bowl, and any associated events before and after New Year's Day-are entrusted to the Pasadena Fire Department and the Pasadena Police Department. (esri.com)
  • Each agency brings its own protocols, technology, and data, which makes it difficult to provide a common operating picture that serves as the authoritative reference for managing logistics and ensuring public safety. (esri.com)
  • known
  • A report presented Wednesday to the San Diego City Council's Budget Committee finds the voter-approved competitive bidding process known as "managed competition" flawed, cumbersome and needing to be reformed. (sandiegometro.com)
  • Foundation
  • The survey also found that AMCP Foundation webinars and official competition guidelines were the most useful and valuable resources for preparation. (amcp.org)
  • held
  • One of the United States' oldest parades is the Tournament of Roses Parade, which started in 1890 in Pasadena, California, and is now held every New Year's Day to showcase the abundance of flowers and greenery that adorn Southern California all winter. (esri.com)
  • Pogorelich Founds Piano Competition : Music: The event, to be held at Ambassador Auditorium in December, will emphasize artistic maturity and collegiality, with no upper age limit and a $100,000 first prize. (latimes.com)
  • necessary
  • Lastly, if the main purpose of the non-full-function JV is not harmful to competition, the ancillary restrictions - ie those that are directly related to and necessary for the implementation of the JV agreement - will also fall outside the scope of the FCR. (lexology.com)
  • For example, this includes a non-compete between the JV parent entities that is objectively necessary (and proportionate) for the JV to proceed. (lexology.com)
  • data
  • The computer system receives the interaction data and correlates the interaction data with a competition. (google.ca)