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Physics (of an alternating quantity) having a value that is the square root of the mean of the squares of the magnitude measured at each instant over a defined period of time, usually one cycle
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Leading business intelligence provider GBI Research has released its latest research report, entitled "Sales Force Effectiveness in Pharmaceuticals - Targeted Sales Models such as Enhanced Key Account Management (KAM) and Closed-Loop Marketing (CLM) Strategies Drives Sales Force Efficiency".
Although an indirect measure, it's a helpful gauge of how true our rhetoric is about educational effectiveness.
Given that there is a link between cultural orientations and social interaction at organizational settings, this study was conducted to examine the effects of cultural orientations on the satisfaction and effectiveness of collaborative learning to shed more light on the dynamics of this instructional method.
The Institute's goals and objectives for 2006-2007, built upon TEI's six decades of success, will enhance the organization's effectiveness through a series of dynamic, member-driven initiatives.
The results indicated that audit committee effectiveness has been a mixed bag, with some SOX provisions proving to be bigger hurdles than others.
The PCAOB says public companies must assess the design and operating effectiveness of these controls in addition to examining detailed process- and transactional-level control activities.
However, the effectiveness of postexposure vaccines would diminish over time, whereas the effectiveness of preexposure vaccines would increase.
This article compares the effectiveness of the two cooling aids and develops practical recommendations on their applications.
Moreover, a significant improvement in communication effectiveness is associated with a nearly 30 percent increase in market value.
In what it described as "a systematic review of scientific evidence regarding the effectiveness of firearms laws," the CDC panel considered 51 published studies examining seven different kinds of laws, including restrictions on who may own a firearm, waiting periods for gun purchases, and bans on specific firearms (such as "assault weapons" and "Saturday night specials").
It's important to note that of Sarbanes-Oxley's numerous requirements, two relate to auditor independence and assessment of the effectiveness of internal controls.
The staff briefing package recommended that the Commission defer a decision on the petition while it carries out its own recall effectiveness plan.