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.
The manner in which something is organized; the relations included in an organized state or condition; as, the organization of the department permits ad hoc groups to form.
A company, university, department or institution
Departments or organizations within the operating location.
Caltech operating unit or department for financial accounting purposes. || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || U - Z
The act of organizing; the act of arranging in a systematic way for use or action; as, the organization of an army, or of a deliberative body.
an arrangement of parts for the performance of the functions necessary to life.
arranged by systematic planning
an organized structure for arranging or classifying; "he changed the arrangement of the topics"; "the facts were familiar but it was in the organization of them that he was original"; "he tried to understand their system of classification"
the largest producer consisting of a cohesive collection of one or more teams. See also customer organization, development organization, user organization
A unit (such as a department or activity), within the University system, defined in DaFIS for reporting purposes. A collection of accounts, units, or organizations; all organizations report to other organizations, with the highest level organizations reporting to themselves. This structure creates the hierarchy used for routing and approvals.
a collection of choices looking for problems, issues and feelings looking for decision situations in which they might be aired, solutions looking for issues to which there might be answers, and decision makers looking for work
a collection of intimately connected relationships that combine to produce emergent properties and overall system performance
By itself ``the organization'' is short for ``Jehovah's visible Christian organization''. (1Co 14:33) We should attempt to introduce newly interested persons to the organization as early in their study as possible.
a intriguing business and studying more about it can be extremely fulfilling
a intriguing industry and studying more about it is extremely advantageous
a stimulating field and studying more about it can prove to be quite productive
an enterprise, venture, or other undertaking made up of various parts working together with a plan for achieving something see development organization. definition of organization defined definition of organized approach defined
a corporate or similar institution, distinguished from other Agents
a major component of an enterprise
an administrative and functional structure, clearly bounded, while an institution is a significant practice within a culture, such as the institution of marriage
a classic example of a nonlinear system (i
a single information system
a system corhprising individual human beings
a system that has characteristics of its own that no elements in the system have
a complex matrix of interdependent activities
a living system that must adapt to a changing environment -- the same as species in nature
an interdependent environment
an interdependent open system
Unique framework of authority within which a person or persons act, or are designated to act, toward some purpose.
For the purposes of PIPEDA, an organization includes: associations, partnerships, persons, trade unions, agencies, institutions, and health care providers in private practice.
a social system established to carry out a purpose
a system if it has an aim or purpose
In writing, the arrangement of text in a conventional structure for each paragraph, and for the relationship between paragraphs in a multi-paragraph piece (e.g. the inclusion of an introduction, body, and conclusion).
The domain of writing that demonstrates logical order, effective transitions within and between paragraphs, and good introductions and conclusions.
refers to the order in which a writer chooses to present his or her ideas to the reader. Five main types of organization may be used to develop paragraphs or essays deductive (moving from general to specific inductive (from specific to general chronological (according to time sequence); (4) spatial (according to physical relationship in space); and (5) climactic (from one extreme to another, such as least important to most important). Paradox
the general structure of a piece of writing. Organization can include how the writing is physically divided into paragraphs or stanzas, as well as the structure of the plot or the order in which ideas are developed.
a complex system, irrespective of it's function and size
a complex system, irrespective of its function and size
An organized and functional operating mental structure. More what topologic meaning it indicate a complex of homogeneous functions that we can recognize in the mental processes. The concept is born with the partitive proceeding and in its use must always keep present which actually all that happens in our brain is almost always concadent (see concadence). The identified organizations are four: psyche, reason, intellect and idema.
Descriptions of systems based on complexity and/or order.
(1) In Piaget's terminology, integration of knowledge into a system to make sense of the environment. (30) (2) Mnemonic strategy consisting of categorizing material to be remembered. (275)
Using selective attention skills, the patient correctly perceives stimulus attributes, selects a strategy, monitors use of the strategy and reaches a correct solution.
A pattern (or strategy) used to explain the essay's thesis. The following are traditional and widely used patterns: Cause and Effect, Classification, Compare/Contrast, Definition, Description, Examples, Narration, and Process. Essays often combine organizing patterns (i.e., one basic pattern controls the whole essay, but other patterns are used for parts of the essay).
a blend of formal and informal relationships
a set of relationships that are consistent over time
a set of relationships that are persistent over time
a driving force in developing leadership for today's youth
a driving force in developing leadership in today's youth
a form of youth
a set of interrelated Processes
a set of interrelated proesses
a set of molecules that is closed and self-maintaining
Refers to the cumulative total of your personally sponsored Distributors and their Distributors and all customers associated with any Distributor. The entire organization (sometimes referred to as your downline) represents your distribution business.
That portion of your downline from which you are allowed to draw overrides and commissions. It includes all distributors placed on levels that fall within your pay range.
Sometimes referred to as your group. This would be your entire downline.