HIPO


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HIPO

(Hierarchy plus Input-Process-Output) Pronounced "hy-po." An IBM flow-charting technique that provides a graphical method for designing and documenting programs.
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Mr Hipo said it was a dream come true for the dispersed Xhorotshaaa settlement to have homes.
There was little opposition by German forces but in several cities HIPO personnel put up stiff resistance killing a number of Frihedskaempere and soldiers of the Danske Brigade until they were "eliminated."
Based on the feedbacks of the freelancers, it appeared that having had a HIPO status inside the company might be of help after starting working on your own, for instance because it builds your confidence and you start with anther vibe.
Consequently, the problem faced by the USAF is that there is an incomplete understanding of how to differentiate HiPo company grade officers (CGO).
The recent rise of high-potential (HiPo) identification programs represents the most deliberate and systematic attempt so far to place bets on those who appear most likely to occupy key leadership positions in the future (Campbell & Smith, 2014; Silzer & Church, 2009).
With traditional resources gradually losing their ability to give organizations a competitive advantage, the renewable resource of talented, high potential (HiPo) employees who are not easily imitated by competitors, has begun to attract considerable research attention (Dries & De Gieter, 2014; King, 2016).
High-Speed Imaging Photometer for Occultations (HIPO): visible (0.3-1.1[micro]m).
Jacksonville, Florida-based FIS (NYSE: FIS) has launched the FIS HiPo (short for "high potential") Network, a collection of firms that have demonstrated substantial promise in the development of new tools and technologies that deliver purposeful innovation for its clients, the company said.