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These three features--the centrifugal forces of power devolvement (and ultimately succession), internal divisions within the officer corps and the encroachment of the Great Powers reached an unprecedented proportion during the first quarter of the twentieth century, prompting Mustafa Kemal's revolutionary military intervention.
Two core aspects of SHRM are: the importance given to the integration of HRM into the business and corporate strategy, and the devolvement of HRM to line managers instead of personnel specialists.
Keeping the recent devolvement in the region in mind, at least, Saudi Arabia and Qatar should have had a more in-debt analysis.
It is a sad admission that the LGC's devolvement of powers, responsibilities, personnel and funds of certain national government departments had not exactly been fulfilled," Pimentel rued in his speech during the International Conference on Public Administration at the Waterfront Hotel.
A framework is a first step for proposing a methodology to be used as a formal way for the devolvement of remote sensing applications.
22) Hauerwas summarizes the paradoxical devolvement of American Constantinianism as follows: "In the name of democracy, the church wills its death.
Medicinal plants have played an amazing role in the devolvement of new clinically effective drugs.
With new standards of care enabling devolvement of endocrine management to primary or secondary healthcare settings, the Transgender Unit is already putting in place a supportive framework and guidelines to enable general practitioners to offer patients transition therapy.
Minister al-Zoubi said that Syrian media outlets will continue pursuing the "crisis profiteers" and enhancing national unity, adding that the devolvement of the media message is connected to a similar one in the religious message.
Minister al-Zoubi said that the Syrian media outlets will continue pursuing the "crisis profiteers" and enhancing national unity, adding that the devolvement of the media message is connected to a similar one in the religious message.
If they are dependent on the central government for many a need, particularly money, for implementing their own devolvement works, he too like all his predecessors will be banking on the state governments greatly to carry out the centre-conceived development schemes and plans and the national security tasks.
Deregulate, decentralise, give ministries more autonomy to really run their own budget and affairs, the real devolvement of policy achievement without myopic controls, is the only way to improve things and renovate stultifying practices, so genuinely improving services.