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To institutionalize ethics further, the department should establish an ethics training program for management.
Therefore, the Borland LQM solution packages process consulting and educational services to refine and institutionalize a process that can help companies effectively plan, verify, validate, manage and improve software quality.
an innovator in sales effectiveness solutions, helps companies accelerate and improve sales processes with intuitive applications that easily institutionalize best practices and ensure compliance with business policies.
And there are other steps we as a society can take to institutionalize the memory of innocent lives stolen.
Therefore, Kubi Enable helps companies accelerate and improve sales processes with intuitive solutions that easily institutionalize best practices and ensure compliance with business policies.
The real-time, event-based architecture of Apriso's FlexNet will enable us to institutionalize operational excellence and best practices in a consistent manner, throughout Ansell.
Founded in 2002 to help steer, propose and institutionalize best practices for handling security vulnerabilities, the OIS issued its first edition of the Guidelines in July 2003.
Robbins-Gioia's process improvement and quality assurance team has worked with the CBPMO to develop and institutionalize policies, plans, processes, and procedures to achieve process maturity for the past two years.
Unlike legacy enterprise software, which institutionalizes - in billions of lines of code - a plan-driven, top-down approach to business, Apriso's software - marketed under the FlexNet brand - provides a real-time, demand-driven model that can be used to institutionalize strategic business initiatives such as "lean supply", six-sigma quality programs, portable or re-usable processes, and demand pull.
The OIS was formed to propose and institutionalize industry best practices for handling security vulnerabilities to ensure that security and technology vendors, and security researchers, can more effectively protect Internet users.
I asked Erskine Bowles to join Forstmann Little as a general partner in 1999 so that we could take advantage of his skills and experience to help expand and institutionalize the firm.
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