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Synonyms for idea

that which exists in the mind as the product of careful mental activity

something believed or accepted as true by a person

intuitive cognition

a method for making, doing, or accomplishing something

the gist of a specific action or situation

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An early-stage evaluation tool is needed for teams or individuals to do a quick analysis of ideas against six to ten major objectives.
Inventors (idea owner) can pitch their ideas to investors (Angels and Venture Capitals) for funding by providing a very detailed plan for their startup.
The process is designed to quickly eliminate ideas that don't have a high likelihood of market success, that don't fit with the strategic mission of your health care organization, or that involve too high a level of market, technical, intellectual property or implementation risk for the proposed return on investment.
With no center of gravity or focused big ideas to ground or unite an organization, neither employees nor leaders can determine which products and ideas have value to the organization.
These include paying attention to the inherent dilemmas of intentionalism and textuality as well as the historian's obligation sensitively to create multi-dimensional contexts for viewing the past, an aggregate of strategies--each with a rich history of its own--which together, as Kelley avers, "forbids a reversion to an innocent faith in ideas except as unexamined shorthand for deeper questions of language, discourse, interpretation, and communication imposed on historians" (314).
Winners received a customized award package of $1000 cash for business expenses, $2000 worth of research credit funding at Lakehead University and Confederation College, market research studies from the federal Industrial Research Assistance Program, access to various business loans and some mentoring opportunities to turn their ideas into reality.
Organizations do not need such ideas or experiences, but organic communities do.
Just because we question another's ideas doesn't mean we're just being practical.
You really need a process with a business mind leading it," agrees David Berges, CEO of Hexcel, noting that knowing when to pull the plug on a losing proposition is just as essential as the ability to generate new ideas.
This led to a position that attempted--perversely but interestingly--to snatch ideas for artistic practice from the theories of Baudrillard and Lyotard.
I look for whether the student can communicate his thoughts, his ideas clearly.
Motivational courses foster enthusiasm and teach ideas and techniques that add energy to many people's workdays.
But to subject someone to trial and punishment on the basis of his ideas - regardless of how despicable those ideas might be - constitutes a politicization of criminal law.
You can also use these methods to generate alternative solutions and ideas.
To his credit, Page also adds new insights, deftly synthesizing his own ideas with those of others and providing a strong "organic" reading of Morrison's style, structure, and ideology.