Organization Planning

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Organization Planning: The process of transforming an organization’s goals, objectives, philosophy and mission into practices and policies.

Other Words for Organization

Organization Adjective Synonyms: organizing, structuring, assembling, assembly, putting together, coordination, systematizing, systematization, classifying, classification, categorizing, categorization, codifying, codification
Organization Noun Synonyms: structure, pattern, configuration, design, plan, scheme, order, system, organism, composition, arrangement, constitution, make-up, grouping, framework, format, form, shape
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Organizational Transformation

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Organizational Transformation: Refers to organization-wide changes, such as restructuring operations, introducing new technologies, processes, services or products, implementing new programs, re-engineering, etc. MORE

Organizational Survey

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Organizational Survey: The process of evaluating and analyzing an organization’s structure and other major components to determine whether they are suitably meeting the organization’s current and future needs. MORE

Organizational Structure

Business / Accounting / Organizational Structure: Lines of authority and responsibility. MORE

Organizational Unit

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Organizational Unit: An organizational unit is any component that is part of the contractor's corporate structure. In a more traditional organization, it might be a department, division, section, branch or group. In a les MORE

Peer Review Organizations (Pros)

Health / Health Insurance / Peer Review Organizations (Pros): According to the Balanced Budget Act of 1997, organizations or groups of practicing physicians and other healthcare professionals paid by the federal government to review and evaluate the services pro MORE

Planning Horizon

Business / Finance / Planning Horizon: The length of time a model or investor or plan projects into the future. MORE

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