A group of persons associated together for a common purpose and having a set of rules which specify the relations of the individual members to the whole gorup.
Individuals working together in related ways within a specific structure toward a common end.
A network of people working toward a common goal.
An identifiable social unit with a particular responsibility which endeavor to achieve multiple goals by co-ordinate activities and relationships between members and objectives.
Formal structures with designated roles and purposes. Entities composed of people who act collectively in pursuit of shared objectives. These organizations and individuals pursue their interests within an institutional structure defined by formal rules (constitutions, laws, regulations, contracts) and informal rules (ethics, trust, religious precepts, and other implicit codes of conduct). Organizations, in turn, have internal rules (i.e. institutions) to deal with personnel, budgets, procurement, and reporting procedures, which constrain the behavior of their members.
A group of users and/or roles.
A group of people that has ongoing membership, a body of officers, and a set of regulations. ID #, Name, Acronym, type Purpose, scope, description, governance, Indian nations, international organizations; standards bodies, inter-agency groups, professional organizations; formal review bodies such as Advisory Committees
A bounded group having a shared purpose or interest and a defined set of resources (material or non-material).
a group of two or more people working together to achieve a common set of goals
A social collectivity (or a group of people) in which activities are coordinated to achieve both individual and collective goals.
a group of people who work together
the act of forming something; "the constitution of a PTA group last year"; "it was the establishment of his reputation"; "he still remembers the organization of the club"
a collection of individuals who have come together for a common purpose
a collection of people working together towards attainment of common goals and objectives
a collection of resources arranged to accomplish an overall goal
a company, educational institution or similar that is registered under the group name
a form of group
a group of agents working
a group of individuals and groups have certain characteristics no matter their size
a group of individuals working together to achieve a common purpose
a group of people engaged in a common enterprise
a group of people who come together to achieve a common objective
a group of people who engage in concerted collective actions to achieve a common purpose
a group of persons who have come together in order to pursue shared goals and aspirations
a group of units which have pooled together to coordinate their activities to improve their portrayal to the public and thus their enjoyment of the hobby
a group, people or individuals working or cooperating together in interdependent and patterned relationships
a group whose roles and interactions are typically expected to be relatively stable and change slowly over time
a more encompassing term and may be used for any group of people with a common purpose, but it is usually understood that the purpose is not monetary
an administrative structure in which people collectively manage one or more projects as a whole, and whose projects share a senior manager and operate under the same policies
an employer or formal group to which a member belongs
an entity which consists of people who have shared objectives and are pursuing them collectively
a non-political group
a pattern of relationships among people
a prestige group of students whom have a passion for agriculture
a reflection of it's creator and while I never met Cory I can see the kind of special person he was reflected in all the people I've come into contact with at the IMC
a set of agents, roles and resources that get together to achieve one or several goals
a social construction with an existence independent of the people who, at the moment, are populating it and the buildings that are housing it
a social entity that is goal directed, with a consciously structured activity system and a relatively identifiable boundary
a specific type of resource that brings people together to pursue participation in VO applications
a standing wave in a sea of people
a structured collective, a group that has an authority which makes final decisions about the groups policies and actions
a structured social system consisting of groups and individuals working together to meet some agreed-upon objectives
a system made up of parts that, together, are stronger than they would be separated
a system of people and processes that produces an end result
A collection of servers, grouped into sites, that are linked together to provide workgroup connectivity, information, and messaging services. The organization is the highest level object in the directory information tree (DIT).
Group of people and facilities with an arrangement of responsibilities, authorities and relationships.(Ref: ISO 9000:2000)
A collection of Exchange computers grouped into sites.
The “top most” in the group hierarchy of yKAP.
A group of people identified by shared interests or purpose, for example, a hospital.
An identifiable social unit with a particular responsibility which endeavour to achieve multiple goals by coordinated activities and relationships between members and objects.
How the content of a Web site is structured or put together; its structure.
a group of individuals who work together to accomplish a common goal.
a person, company, research group, etc. that creates and manages an asset or library.
A group that is responsible for organizing Teams into Leagues and/or Divisions and scheduling Matches between them. Some Chapters identify an Organization as a Client, depending upon their business model.
The root word is Greek: organon = tool or instrument. Today the meaning of organization, as an entity, is a group of people working together for some purpose. Organization is also an activity, and here the meaning relates to the creation of discipline and order. Sections 2.3, 3.1
The sum total of the activities, processes, and people that define a business.
company, corporation, firm or enterprise, whether incorporated or not, public or private. [D01113] 08 QMPP"Organ in action". In business, government, and other kinds of endeavor, the collective function ing of a group to achieve mission, goals and objectives. [D01111] TML 221 The administrative or executive structure of a business or project. [D01112] NPMT structure d arrangement of people. [D04599] RMW
A community of purpose. An interdependent social group working together for a purpose. The self-understanding by the group of itself and its reasons for organizing. "An organization is a body of thought thought by thinking thinkers." (Weick).
A collection of Microsoft Exchange server sites. An organization is the highest level of grouping in the Exchange hierarchy. See also Site, Server.
A consumer association or group of people having specific interests in the activities of persons with disabilities. This group may receive funding from both the public and private sectors (example: Cerebral Palsy, Easter Seal Society, etc.).
The command, control and feedback relationships among a group of people and information systems. Examples: a private company, a government agency.
The way in which ideas are tied together to flow logically
An administrative group responsible for the administrative tasks associated with one or more Teams
Identifies the administrative group that is responsible for forming and managing soccer teams and related rosters (sometimes referred to as a Client)
An organization or organisation (read more about -ize vs -ise) is a social arrangement which pursues collective goals, which controls its own performance, and which has a boundary separating it from its environment. The word itself is derived from the Greek word á½„ÏÎ³Î±Î½Î¿Î½ (organon) meaning tool. The term is used in both daily and scientific English in multiple ways.