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  • Performance management is a strategic and integrated process that delivers sustained success to organizations by improving the performance of the people who work in them and by developing the capabilities of individual contributors and teams. Apart from any fair dealing for the purposes of research or private study,or criticism or review, as permitted under the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988, this publication may only be reproduced, stored or transmitted, in any form or by any means,with the prior permission in writing of the publishers.........

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  • Tham khảo sách 'agency performance plans', kỹ thuật - công nghệ, cơ khí - chế tạo máy phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả

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  • From the very beginning of the transition from the traditional purchasing system reviews to the redesigned assessment approach that replaced them, it was understood that further refinement and continuous improvement was planned. Consistent with that long-term strategy, and building on the originally redesigned federal purchasing assessments, the business system assessment models of the PEAmembers have evolved to be more aligned with the Balanced Scorecard (BSC) approach to performance measurement and management, which is currently in use by many “world class” private corporations.

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  • The disaster-recovery planning process may vary from organization to organization, but the basic steps that must be performed in all cases are listed below: Establish a planning committee

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  • This book is aimed at intermediate to advanced database administrators using or planning to use PostgreSQL. Portions will also interest systems administrators looking to build or monitor a PostgreSQL installation, as well as developers interested in advanced database internals that impact application design.

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  • In 2007 Professor Werner Pfeiffer, the doyen of German innovation and technology management, celebrated his 75th birthday.

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  • TLC at Work presents a practical approach for developing workplace competencies. It is designed as a resource for trainers, leaders, coaches, and human resources professionals, and for people who recognize a need to build their performance at work. You can use this book to define, describe, and clarify specific areas of performance key to workplace success. You will learn an effective process for assessing performance gaps and facilitating development in others or in yourself.

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  • When I was a young man, my goal was to be a walk-on wide receiver for a major college football team. My size was against me, though. At five feet eight inches and 140 pounds, I was the smallest guy at the Tulane University tryouts. Yet I persevered, creating a strategic plan of rigorous exercise and nutrition and developing an attitude that said, “Never give up.” I ended up being the smallest guy on the team and the smallest player in the country, but I earned my varsity letter.

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  • Our experience with a critiquing system shows that when the system detects problems with the user's performance, multiple critiques are often produced. Analysis of a corpus of actual critiques revealed that even though each individual critique is concise and coherent, the set of critiques as a whole may exhibit several problems that detract from conciseness and coherence, and consequently assimilation. Thus a text planner was needed that could integrate the text plans for individual communicative goals to produce an overall text plan representing a concise, coherent message. ...

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  • We translate sentence generation from TAG grammars with semantic and pragmatic information into a planning problem by encoding the contribution of each word declaratively and explicitly. This allows us to exploit the performance of off-the-shelf planners. It also opens up new perspectives on referring expression generation and the relationship between language and action.

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  • In a language generation system, a content planner embodies one or more “plans” that are usually hand–crafted, sometimes through manual analysis of target text. In this paper, we present a system that we developed to automatically learn elements of a plan and the ordering constraints among them. As training data, we use semantically annotated transcripts of domain experts performing the task our system is designed to mimic.

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  • Abstract of an agent's goals, and then produce a plan that includes the performance of both physical and linguistic actions by several agents that will achieve the agent's goals. In the development of KAMP it was recognized that syntactic, semanlic and pragmatic knowledge sources are necessary for the planning of utterances. These sources of knowledge were stored independently inside the system: a g r a m m a r was provided in addition to the axioms that constitute the agent's knowledge of the pragxnatics of communication. ...

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  • As our understanding of natural language generation has increased, a number of tasks have been separated from realization and put together under the heading atext planning I . So far, however, no-one has enumerated the kinds of tasks a text planner should be able to do. This paper describes the principal lesson learned in combining a number of planning tasks in a planner-realiser: planning and realization should be interleaved, in a limited-commitment planning paradigm, to perform two types of p]annlng: prescriptive and restrictive. ...

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  • In the manufacturing industry, however, the word robot means a reprogrammable stationary manipulator with few, if any sensors, com- monly found in large industrial manufacturing plants. The third common meaning of robot is a teleoperated vehicle similar to but more sophisti- cated than a radio controlled toy car or truck. This form of robot usually has a microprocessor on it to aid in controlling the vehicle itself, perform some autonomous or automatic tasks, and aid in controlling the manipu- lator if one is onboard....

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  • This chapter describe the process of moving from an idea to a business plan; understand the components of a sound business model; identify some of the best practices for high-growth, high-performance firms; understand the importance of timing in venture success; describe the use of a SWOT analysis as an initial “litmus test”;...

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  • Human resources alignment means integrating decisions about people with decisions about the results an organization is trying to obtain. By integrating human resources management (HRM) into the agency planning process, emphasizing human resources (HR) activities that support broad agency mission goals, and building a strong relationship between HR and management, agencies are able to ensure that the management of human resources contributes to mission accomplishment and that managers are held accountable for their HRM decisions.

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  • Human resources alignment means integrating decisions about people with decisions about the results an organization is trying to obtain. By integrating human resources management (HRM) into the agency planning process, emphasizing human resources (HR) activities that support broad agency mission goals, and building a strong relationship between HR and management, agencies are able to ensure that the management of human resources contributes to mission accomplishment and that managers are held accountable for their HRM decisions...

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  • A Project Risk Management Plan is a controlling document that incorporates the goals, strategies, and methods for performing risk management on a project. The Project Risk Management Plan describes all aspects of the risk identification, estimation, evaluation, and control processes. The purpose of developing such a plan is to determine the approach for cost-effectively performing risk management on the project.

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  • Marketing strategy is a process that can allow an organization to concentrate its limited resources on the greatest opportunities to increase sales and achieve a sustainable competitive advantage. Marketing strategies serve as the fundamental underpinning of marketing plans designed to fill market needs and reach marketing objectives. Plans and objectives are generally tested for measurable results. Commonly, marketing strategies are developed as multi-year plans, with a tactical plan detailing specific actions to be accomplished in the current year......

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  • Total quality management, now a well known idea, is a philosophy of management for continuously improving the quality of products and processes. The idea is that the quality of products and processes is the responsibility of everyone who is involved with the development and/or use of the products or services. TQM involves management, workforce, suppliers, and even customers, in order to meet or exceed customer expectations.

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