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It is this explicit trade-off between objectives that is a critical and important element in multi-objective planning for water resource development and use.
In my example, typical module-level objectives might be: "The participant will be able to list the laws governing collection activity and explain how they affect his/her job," or "The participant will be able to use the computer system to record collection activity and update files.
But successful improvisation depends on clear objectives.
With high NA objectives, very fine detail can be observed, but within a shallow depth of field.
Important aspects of activity components that should be articulated are performance objectives (e.
Kotler (1982) defines the marketing audit as a "comprehensive, systematic, independent, and periodic examination of an organization's marketing environment, objectives, strategies, activities, with a view of determining problem areas and opportunities and recommending a plan of action" (p.
Competitive objectives are especially harmful, because they likely will provoke unfavorable reactions from business rivals, which may, in turn, lead to price wars.
These companies have a clear vision of what they want to achieve, and their aims, objectives and goals are communicated clearly to all concerned.
Forestry is the profession of managing forests to achieve the stated objectives of the landowner.
The Federal Reserve might also continue to provide a service that did not meet cost-recovery objectives if the revenue shortfall were caused by a temporary situation that could be corrected.
Behavioral objectives from the Guidelines for Exercise Testing and Prescription were reviewed and organized by content, and then book chapters were outlined and distributed to contributing authors with associated objectives.
In 1980, a companion piece--Promoting Health/Preventing Disease: Objectives for the Nation--set forth 226 specific, measurable health objectives in a plan of action for reaching these goals[2].