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ERM invites one to take the same point of view toward the various activities of the firm as a whole by thinking about the firm's various lines of business and various functions, such as investment and underwriting, as different activities that generate returns and risks.
Point of View Graphics' product range includes the new NVIDIA GeForce 6800 graphics processing units (GPUs), as well as NVIDIA GeForce PCX GPUs.
The problem I continue to see, however, is the failure to compromise, to take the time to see the other point of view and to reach consensus.
Similarly, the sample policies and procedures--while not fully comprehensive and representing only one company's point of view on the matter--will nonetheless provide a sound starting point for those needing models and templates for their own policies, as well as for those wanting to know how a large organization tackles some of the issues.
Whether you have a darkroom or not, photography skills can teach volumes about angles, texture, lighting, placement, harmony, balance, repetition, point of view and more.
I assert that everyone has a point of view from which to look at
From my point of view, and from my government's point of view, it is reasonable to hope that Sri Lanka will not only be able to add to the legacy of optimism of such past success but will also be able to build a model for peace and prosperity in a multifaceted society.
The valorization of "proprietary" over "predial" that John implies exists only from John's point of view; he cannot imagine a relationship with nature not based on ownership and improvement.
From the American point of view, there are no innocent Taliban fighters.
It's also interesting that even within an organization with a point of view, there is the need for reconciliation--even those with that same point of view have different experiences.
One characteristic is to look at storage resources from a "business point of view" and allocate, monitor, and manage resources accordingly.
RECENTLY, I ATTENDED FIVE PERFORMANCES OF TWO DIFFERENT BALLETS WITHIN A FEW DAYS AND WAS INTRIGUED BY THE CHOREOGRAPHERS' USE OF AN OFTEN-OVERLOOKED INGREDIENT IN THEATER DANCE: point of view. This effect allows us to see the action onstage from the perspective of one of the characters, but it is very difficult to establish through the wordless movement of dance.