Definitions for "OPPORTUNITY"
A favorable occasion for grasping a disappointment.
Fit or convenient time or situation; a time or place permitting or favorable for the execution of a purpose; a suitable combination of conditions; suitable occasion; chance.
conditions in the external environment that a company can take advantage of to formulate and implement strategies that enable it to earn higher profits. p. 80
A potential sale to an account or contact that may be won or lost.
A possibility to better my personal condition by attaching something good to me. Opportunity assumes that Perceiver structure suffices to keep the goal stable while I am reaching for it, and that Perceiver rules exist to keep the object attached to me once I have acquired it. My view of opportunity will depend upon my definition of me.
a perceived potential area in which specific Industry Canada initiatives could be further pursued or launched to achieve departmental and/or government-wide sustainable development objectives
cost The value of a good or service in terms of what had to be sacrificed in order to obtain that item. Ostpolitik Eastern Policy. The West German foreign policy introduced by Chancellor Willy Brandt that resulted in treaties with the Soviet Union, Poland, and East Germany recognizing de facto post-World War II borders. Ostpolitik brought closer relations between the two Germanies.
Cost: The opportunity cost of a unit of good X is the amount of good Y and any other good or service that must be forgone in order to produce it (See box 2.1). Back to the top
a problem seen in a positive mood
(for entrepreneurship) A need, want, problem, or challenge that can potentially be addressed by an entrepreneurial idea and an entrepreneurial venture.
1. n. A menial task or difficult assignment that a manager wants accomplished (as in: "I have an opportunity for you."). 2. n. Problem (as in: "We don't have problems, we have opportunities.").
Keywords:  importunity, earnestness
Importunity; earnestness.
Keywords:  tracy, brian, biggest, lies, experience
Your biggest opportunity probably lies under your own feet, in your current job, industry, education, experience or interests. Brian Tracy
Keywords:  nasa'a, rovers, mars, current, one
One of NASA'a current Mars rovers.
Convenience of situation; fitness.
a potential good that may come from a situation
a situation in which you can make a difference, a set of conditions that is ripe with possibilities for growth, improvement, and accomplishment
a great thing and sometimes an explanation might reveal strong points in the delinquent's case and might help him
a terrible thing to waste
Keywords:  foregone, best, choice, cost, value
Cost The value of the product that particular resources could have produced if they had been used in the best alternative way; also called alternative cost.
cost The value of the best foregone opportunity when a choice is made.
a volunteer position, therefore no remuneration will be offered
Short for"crime opportunity structur" and meaning the ephysical and social arrangements that make crime possible , 12, 38, 44, 48, 50
conditions that limit or permit ethical behavior.
A favourable set of conditions that limit barriers or provide rewards. p. 761
A place where the specified action could be executed.
A place at which the specified action could be executed.
A point where an action of an instruction could be performed.
a money-making system, product, or program that is ready to be marketed
a qualified sales prospect, that is, it is a validated possibility for a company to sell products or services
a recognized possibility for business, for example, the sale of products or services
A feature of the market environment that is commercially attractive.
Keywords:  buy, business, you
a business that you can buy into