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Synonyms for process

Synonyms for process

a writ issued by authority of law

deal with in a routine way

perform mathematical and logical operations on (data) according to programmed instructions in order to obtain the required information

institute legal proceedings against

deliver a warrant or summons to someone

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Collecting data from and about customers will help in the design and development of the future mission critical work processes and service priorities of academic research libraries--many of which may not be in the current portfolio or are not appropriately staffed and organized for the greatest efficiency.
Streamlining can be simply defined as an "attempt to make organizational processes more efficient," especially through cutting or reducing unnecessary steps in a process or in a set of work activities (Stephens, 1996).
Understanding this value chain and the centrality of core competencies to value creation enables an organization to better leverage the processes - and the intangible assets within those processes.
Most organizations are not "process-oriented"; they are focused on tasks, on jobs, on people, on structures, but not on processes. A business process is a collection of activities that takes one or more kinds of input and creates an output that is of value to the customer.
Even though one Service may be the lead for certain types of operations (for example, the Air Force for air superiority or the Army for the land campaign), other Services can execute the same or very similar processes within the same domain.
Fragmented across disparate systems, applications and organizational boundaries, the quote-to-cash cycle and associated processes are now fertile ground for profit loss in the form of late pays, chargebacks, write-offs, penalties and unearned discounts.
The result is that key management can sign the financial statements knowing that they are in compliance as stated in the financial reports, i.e., all business processes are documented, communicated and secure; financial reports are free from material misstatements and fraud; and internal controls are in place and operating as designed to ensure these claims.
In addition to providing empirical evidence that participation in international service learning results in perspective transformation, the identification of six transformational learning processes has significant theoretical and practical implications for service learning practitioners.
Insurance organizations that can manage their complex business processes, data, and the information that is used to drive those processes can address the complexities of compliance with Sarbanes-Oxley and other regulations.
Four out of the top five rankings were processes involved in building the boxes and boards.
* Describe how wood is turned into pulp by chemical and mechanical processes
Processes used at South Seattle Community College and Daytona Beach Community College produce a sense of ownership by faculty and staff of institutional decisions on resource allocation.
An "industrialized" claim operating model is characterized by well-defined processes, supported by the right metrics and enabled with the right tools and technologies.
The project facilitated teacher education students' writing by engaging them in the three composition processes. In conjunction with the phases of the process-oriented model, the project also incorporated three phases of Pintrich's (2004) self-regulated learning model: planning and activation of knowledge; monitoring of actions and outcomes; and reflection on task.
It demonstrates simply that the supplier is capable of following mature processes, not that it necessarily will on a particular contract.
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