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mod. absolutely top rate. Now this is a world-class computer. Lots and lots of memory.
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Booz Allen Hamilton recently completed a study of several leading health plans, as well as world-class companies from other industries, to identify innovation best practices and to understand the current state of play in new product development among health plans.
"But if companies are focused on getting to world-class in finance, they need to improve how they do things, not simply change the tools they use to get things done."
From world-class museums, great jazz and blues clubs, and award-winning theaters to many free cultural events, world-famous sport teams, and unforgettable shopping, Chicago is a great leisure destination.
Actually, Hackett's research found no direct correlation between the software package chosen and a company's ability to achieve world-class finance performance, particularly for the three leading vendors: SAP, PeopleSoft, and Oracle.
The world-class, 21st century insurance enterprise will maximize sales; enhance the lifetime value of its customers; and streamline operational and processing costs.
Today, Delanoe stands as the only openly gay man elected mayor of a powerful, world-class city.
World-class labs are designed around very strong functional lab plans.
"This expansion will bring the most advanced casting technology to produce world-class quality products."
How could any organization possibly make money if it couldn't utilize world-class, value-driven strategies to succeed in a global economy?
And that means learning how to build and lead world-class -- or what McKinsey's Jon Katzenbach and Doug Smith refer to as "high-performing" -- teams.(*)
And the most world-class of all his projects-until now-was the wholesale remaking of the Texas school system in the mid-eighties.
World-class manufacturing companies are beating their North American compatriots because of their use of advanced technology.
In a world-class warehouse, materials handling provides the right amount of the right material in the right condition, in the right sequence, in the right orientation, at the right place, at the right time, and at the right cost by using the right methods.
You can get a world-class tan in Hawaii, but if you move a little off the island's eastern shore you can also get soaked by world-class rainfall.
He also ended once and for all the debate over whether or not he is world-class. The England striker (left) didn't put in world-class performances, a la Cristiano Ronaldo against Spain, but he scored goals and led the line in world-class company.