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This may well reflect the perception that its solution to the problem of attainability did not seem at all commensurate with the severity of the resistance arising from an attachment to sovereign rights and the creeds of nationalism.
The managerial attitude towards the managerial process is based on: the attainability of the managerial objectives that undergird the process, and the openness of the process to the external environment as well as the numerous constraints that bound the decision maker.
The lack of significant differences between realistic and unrealistic goals conditions in these investigations also strongly challenges the goal attainability assumption in the domain of sport and exercise behavior.
A decoupled logistics "tail" would probably adversely affect the attainability and sustainability of logistics support for space activities.
Seychelle makes no representation or warranty as to the attainability of such assumptions/projections.
The service is very intelligent as it will check the line attainability according to the customer's upgrade request, provide customer information regarding any line faults, and also provides them with a unique ticket number should they need to follow-up regarding any faults.
Wc concluded that, in most cases, nine common principles determine logistics success: simplicity, flexibility, feasibility and attainability, economy, information, dispersion, continuity and coordination, timeliness, and responsibility.
The service is very intelligent as it will check the line attainability according to the customer s upgrade request, provide customer information regarding any line faults, and also provides them with a unique ticket number should they need to follow-up regarding any faults.
Combined with its previous trial results, Polaris Wireless is the first location solutions provider to exceed the DoT mandate in all radio access technologies (2G/3G) across all environments, proving the attainability of the mandate benchmarks.
We have to be thoughtful in the way we are approaching postsecondary education, in terms of value, pricing, attainability and outcome.