analytical orientation

analytical orientation

[‚an·əl′id·ə·kəl ‚ȯr·ē·ən′tā·shən]
(engineering)
The computational steps required to determine tilt, direction of principal line, flight height, angular elements, and linear elements in preparing aerial photographs for rectification.
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A content analysis of these criteria yielded four personality characteristics that were considered important by all eight HR directors: confidence, endurance, achievement orientation, and analytical orientation. To assess the extent to which these traits were used as selection criteria, recruits were asked to complete the Adjective Check List (ACL) (Gough and Heilbrun, 1980) at Time 1.
Positive changes in fit also occur among recruits who demonstrate endurance and analytical orientations.
One documents the growing analytical orientation of campaign news.
Performance Management and Lean: Compare and Contrast Feature/Design Performance Lean Management Approach "Open"--Multiple "Closed"--Standard Approaches Methods Improvement Focus Strategic Goals and Processes Outcomes Analytical Orientation Diagnostic Problem-Solving Accountability Diffuse, Multiparty Process Owners, Coaches Management Tools Stat Sessions "Going to Gemba," Dashboards Visual Management, Standard Work Analytical Tools Logic Models Value Streams, Root Cause Analysis Measurement Focus Outcomes, Outputs, Quality, Cost, Inputs, Efficiency, Safety, Delivery, Customer Satisfaction Morale Data Presentation Trends and Maps Statistical Process Control Charts Representative Phrase "So That ..." Chains "Why?" (asked five (to develop logic times to get to root models) cause)
"Daily, weekly or monthly could be sufficient," Vesset said.<p>- Analytical orientation, or how much the BI crunching helped large groups or the entire organization make decisions, as opposed to isolated individuals.
To complicate matters, sociology, by its very nature, has projected two intellectual orientations that cut across the above-mentioned approaches, an analytical orientation that places a premium on explanation of the social phenomena, and an advocacy orientation that attempts to provide justification for one or another course of social action.
A concern with the control of government, Gordon argues, must adopt polyarchy and not hierarchy for its analytical orientation. If the state is hierarchical, it cannot be controlled outside of the optimizing calculus of the holder of sovereign authority.
More to the point, this analytical orientation leads to a tendency to focus excessively on individuals and small episodes, many of which have already passed from the scene, leaving nary a trace.
Managers' theoretical orientations which largely reflects interest in discovery of truth, being critical, empirical and systematically ordering knowledge is well correlated with analytical orientations of these banks( r=.536, p<.0.01) Futurity orientations(r=.423, p<0.01) and proactive strategy dimensions(r=.44, p<0.01).
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