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Planning

The process of studying the layout of spaces within a building or other facility, or installations in open spaces, in order to develop the general scheme of a building or group of buildings. Also, the establishment of the project activities and events, their logical relations and interrelations to each other, and the sequence in which they are to be accomplished

planning

1. The process of studying the layout of spaces within buildings and of buildings and other facilities or installations in open spaces in order to develop the general scheme of a building or group of buildings.
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More meetings, more movement, At Purdue, administrators needed to assess goals and move the strategic planning process forward even more quickly than at Wesleyan and Ithaca.
Chapter seven, "Disaster Recovery Planning for Collections and Records," describes immediate recovery process and techniques for recovering individually damaged items.
Also, this way "more knowledge and expertise are brought to bear on the planning effort" and "closer professional relationships among response and recovery organizations in the planning process should translate into better coordination and teamwork in emergencies.
An effective planning process can pro duce a compelling answer.
judgment, leadership, experience, knowledge, training, and perceptions) and then validate these assumptions through the receipt and processing of additional information as the planning process develops.
Your employee benefits planning committee will have to determine how skilled your administrator will be at providing such information, and then set up a schedule of meetings where the administrator can answer the plan members' questions.
Yet many health care leaders continue to think of strategic planning in very limited terms.
At its most basic, strategic planning is all about creating an alignment between an organization's day-to-day activities and its environment--an alignment that facilitates the flow of resources to that organization.
Clearly, from the perspective of income tax planning, the Sec.
Diversified), healthcare employers, much like their counterparts in the corporate sector, have embraced automated retirement planning programs.
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During the planning phase of an employee benefit plan audit, the auditor normally should request the following information from the plan's administrator: