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His brother did not come from London for five or six days, and it was two days more before he got an opportunity to talk with him; but then getting him by himself he began to talk very close to him about it, and the same evening got an opportunity (for we had a long conference together) to repeat all their discourse to me, which, as near as I can remember, was to the purpose following.
Using Alcoa's quality improvement process, the team focused on the potential causes contributing to it's selected problem or opportunity. The Ishikawa Chart (or fishbone diagram as it is sometimes known) is a tool used in this step to assist in determining the root causes of the problem.
The Department of Defense (DoD) Risk, Issue, and Opportunity Management Guide for Defense Acquisition Programs (RIO) states, "Opportunities are potential future benefits to the program's cost, schedule, and/or performance baseline, usually achieved through proactive steps that include allocation of resources." Though risk identification and associated risk management plans are often mandated in order to minimize loss, an opportunity model-including opportunity costs and passed-up potential opportunities--typically is not included in decision-making apart from possibly a lean component of Strength, Weakness, Opportunity and Threat (SWOT) analysis.
Department of Treasury for the Opportunity Zone designation.
Investment opportunities in Gharbia governorate reached 121 opportunities, distributed over 8 opportunities in the mining and quarrying industries, 38 in the engineering and electronics industries, 26 in spinning, weaving and clothing, 23 in the basic chemical products sector, an opportunity in metal industry sector, and 25 opportunities in food, beverage, and tobacco sector.
Opportunity Network provides a platform through which banking clients can seek trustworthy partners to help them expand into new markets, sell privately held enterprises, execute cross-border mergers and acquisitions, and maximize asset utilization on a global level.
Opportunity said many mid-size businesses and private investors lack the tools and network of contacts needed to grow, invest, and compete in a global market, and this reduces lending and relationship development opportunities for the commercial banks and wealth managers that serve them.
There is a job opportunity for a ballet dancer, if you are willing to stay on your toes.
* Assess the opportunity candidate for advantages and disadvantages
"Because of all the construction going on, there is the fear that we will have to take people outside of Manhattan and of course we want to give New Yorkers the opportunity to work first.
Bliss had the opportunity to deploy its general cargo and ABL from MOTCO to its new home in Japan on the same vessel.
True Opportunity software prioritizes each opportunity by its financial value, enabling performance improvement teams to focus on projects that will deliver the greatest profit.
It's much easier to surf the Internet or watch television than go to an association meeting where you might meet the right person who can lead you to a great job opportunity. You've gone weeks or months with few interviews and no job offers.
* The Gulf Opportunity Zone Act of 2005 provides significant tax relief to those who were affected by hurricanes Katrina, Rita and Wilma.
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