organizationally organizationally


  • (adv) with regard to organization


  1. Analysis: Bin Laden's group appears weaker, organizationally and politically, at a moment when Muslim anger at the West is greater than ever.
  2. But California is one state in which Hart will not be organizationally outgunned.
  3. They called the strike and a lot of people responded, but they failed to prepare organizationally for such a dramatic event obviously, because time was short.


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  1. "Anytime a decision like this is made it is difficult personally and professionally," Mangini said. "I can tell you that for a variety of reasons things didn't work out. ...... We felt that, organizationally, this was the best decision in...
    on Nov 4, 2009 By: Eric Mangini Source: Sarasota Herald-Tribune

  2. "Are we doing the things organizationally and legally that need to be done to prepare for it? Yes," said McCain, a former Vietnam War prisoner of war who many believe could be a contender for the Republican Party's nomination.
    on Nov 12, 2006 By: John McCain Source: Newstalk ZB

  3. "Air India will be restructured financially, organizationally and I am very sure it will start making profits soon and we will silence all the critics," Praful Patel told reporters on the sidelines of an industry conference.
    on Jul 22, 2009 By: Praful Patel Source: Wall Street Journal

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