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best practices

Formulas and procedures that have proven successful in practice. In the IT world, best practices often refers to software development methodologies. See XP, RUP and Scrum.
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Release date- 29082019 - Frost & Sullivan's Asia-Pacific Best Practices Awards Honors the Top Companies in the Region.
Fifth Third Bank, subsidiary of Fifth Third Bancorp (NASDAQ: FITB), has said that it has been honoured by Diversity Best Practices, a division of Working Mother Media, for creating an inclusive workplace.
For those who have an SPP in place, this is an opportunity to align their goals with the featured best practices to make it work better for your organization.
Broadly, best practices refer to the processes, frameworks and guidelines established by an authority, such as an external regulator or internal management, that dictate a recommended course of action.
In addition to the board's role in governing the organization, it also approves all final GFOA best practices, and members work closely with GFOA's committees, where they are involved in developing best practices.
The core of this year's Benchmarking and Best Practices Conference will address leadership, operational best practices, the latest financial benchmarks, sales and marketing, and the impact of employees on the bottom line.
Many of the lessons and best practices that INSCOM identifies receive validation from subject mater experts within the intelligence disciplines in which they were discovered.
Last week the Institute for the Fiduciary Standard announced the Best Practices Fiduciary Advisor Affirmation Program.
This year's essay topic was focused on identifying and adopting best practices that can improve performance.
Following best practices and evidence-based care can help reduce career risks.

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