THE cost of failure
in football escalates with each crazy season, but now it seems our teams are quite prepared to make the ultimate sacrifice - life itself
The potential cost of failure
is too appalling to contemplate.
WALES goal-hero John Hartson, today revealed the cost of failure
is driving the Welsh team on the road to 2004 Euro-glory.
This feature on the cost of failure
of new product development seemed to miss the crucial point of any marketing innovation.
The Tube Turns Tool-less[R] closure was developed over the last two years to meet the needs of the most demanding customer requirements in the energy field, where the cost of failure
can be significant.
Some people have said that this is about rewarding failure, but if you don't give kids confidence during those early adolescent years the cost of failure
to society is simply enormous in terms of homelessness, drug problems and the prison population.
the cost of failure
varies from $65,000 to $1 million; and
Let's be clear, as well as an economic cost, there is a huge political cost of failure
Minister Walsh added that the cost of failure
would have been huge.
The risks of failure are too great and the cost of failure
is too large to simply continue to operate in a vacuum.
The automated management capabilities of the combined HP and Tidal solution will enable Ryerson Tull to streamline the process of automating, integrating and managing business application workflows, decrease staff effort, and dramatically reduce total cost of failure
," said Len Bogolin, senior manager of Distributed Systems, Ryerson Tull.
THE value of promotion - or cost of failure
- in these days of high football finance has never been more clearly illustrated than in the story of Bolton Wanderers.
Given the high cost of failure
in drug development, it is crucial that researchers have tools that provide high-quality information about drug targets.