organizationally : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r with regard to organization
organizationally, the conference was a disaster!
- In rare QA with the press in Pascagoula, also acknowledges the campaign "started behind organizationally.
- Analysis: Bin Laden's group appears weaker, organizationally and politically, at a moment when Muslim anger at the West is greater than ever.
- Argues Harold Todd, executive vice president at First Atlanta Bank: "Managers who do not have the ability to use a terminal within three to five years may become organizationally .
News & Articles
- One Direction's Office Depot School Supplies Make The Trapper Keeper Obsessive In Us SING (PHOTO)
Check out One Direction's SUPER covetable collection of back-to-school supplies. One Direction has just launched a back-to-school collection at Office Depot, and MAN am I feeling all kinds of jealous right now. Every year, that first week of August was, like, basically an 85-degree Christmas to the organizationally obsessed, Harvard-or-bust student I once was. (Spoiler [...]
Aug. 5, 2013 - MTV
- Eric Mangini in Sarasota Herald-Tribune
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...
- John McCain in Newstalk ZB
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.
- Praful Patel in Wall Street Journal
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.