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a group of people who work together

an ordered manner

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(5.) Food and Agriculture Organization, World Organisation for Animal Health, and the World Health Organization.
As interviews were conducted, the interviewer actively identified themes and ideas that were related that could assist the camp in strengthening its relationship with the parent organization.
A Type II supporting organization cannot be controlled directly or indirectly by one or more disqualified persons, other than foundation managers and supported organizations (Regs.
Program leadership is a critical skill to develop from the perspective of both the organization and the individual employee.
There is no reason any organization should play Russian roulette with their business data.
The organization responded to the crisis very well, especially considering its crisis communication plan was skeletal and untested.
"As a matter of fact, it still does." Two years ago, Turnball and his brother, Horace, who was a top executive within the organization, reportedly ignored child molestation accusations that had been brought against an employee who was subsequently convicted of sexually abusing a 13-year-old choir member.
(7) Essentially, this means that learning should take place on a day-to-day basis and that the discourse among members of an organization is desirable and necessary because it improves the knowledge, skills, attitudes, and abilities of the employees.
CPAs (internal or external) serving governmental and not-for-profit organizations can assist these organizations in developing workable solutions to implement strategies and to achieve the goals and objectives established in their strategic plans.
Out of this powerful synergy of multiple social locations emerged an economically fledgling but truly international organization. The spirit of ownership which so many of WCRP's founders carried up to the time of their deaths impressed me greatly.
The results of ACPE's ethical behavior survey underscore the myriad of ethical challenges facing physician leaders and the impact ethical breaches can have on an organization's good name and culture.
This security breach led the executives of Gamma to rethink a major component of their security plans--protecting the physical organization from intruders.
Since philanthropy can make the critical difference in a long term care organization's success, creating a framework that allows cultivation of those who are perceived as potential donors is essential.
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