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Synonyms for effectuation

the act of beginning and carrying through to completion

Synonyms for effectuation

the act of implementing (providing a practical means for accomplishing something)

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Keywords International SMEs * Internationalization * Effectuation * Networks * International entrepreneurship
8220;These resources may include a package of consulting on effectuation, including onsite visits, coaching calls, and additional funds to support the efforts of a select group of grantees that submit revised plans that demonstrate strong potential for significant impact.
The court established a three-part set of guidelines for state legislation regarding abortion: "For the stage prior to approximately the end of the first trimester, the abortion decision and its effectuation must be left to the medical judgment of the pregnant woman's attending physician.
Effectuation date of Articles of Incorporation changes: June 20, 2014.
At the debate dedicated to the implementation of the Framework Agreement, Professor Imer Ismaili stressed that this agreement failed to produce the anticipated results and its effectuation is riddled with difficulties.
The nature of the changes, the manner of their effectuation and their ultimate goals are what distinguish various types of extremist views.
Following a summary of definitions of the constructs of 'experience' and 'experiencing' from these disciplines, they propose a model of meaning construction in entrepreneurship built around the core variables of intuitive decision-making, effectuation, i.
We expect the member states to reach consensus for effectuation of the delayed invitation to the Republic of Macedonia for NATO membership under the provisional reference of the United Nations.
The launch of the office follows Sunday's full-fledged effectuation of a nuclear decontamination law which was partially enacted last August.
The rationale of effectuation is that to the extent to which we can control the future, we don't have to predict it.
Causation and effectuation are two approaches that entrepreneurs use in the new venture development process (Sarasvathy, 2001).
Ahmed Djoghlaf sounded optimistic about the protocol's early effectuation.
Whether by means of rules or by conceptual spacings, Kant is understood by Lyotard to be striving to contribute to the effectuation of the politico-historical, an effectuation in the form of an understanding of the 'enlightened' role of the philosopher and the delineation of a common public space of discourse.
The centenary of effectuation of the treaty is Aug.
These changes have comprised a finely-tuned strategy that permits the consolidation and effectuation of our principal activities, the assimilation of financial crisis downturns and the maintenance of balanced management of assets and liquidity to ensure continued performance and sustained growth," he added.