job plan


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job plan

[′jäb ‚plan]
(industrial engineering)
The organized approach to production management involving formal, step-by-step procedures.
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The report said: "Many consultants either do not have their job plan reviewed annually, or consider the process to be a tick-box exercise.
The job plan is used to control the work on value analysis.
Lead multi-disciplined VA Team through the VE Job Plan to develop recommendations
Mr Thomas said that current job planning arrangements in most health boards and NHS trusts are not "sufficiently robust" with just 61% of consultants in Wales having an annual job plan.
Washington, Sept 9(ANI): US President Barack Obama unveiled new job plan at a US Congress joint session to stimulate recovery and strengthen the employment scenario.
He refused to agree to a job plan which downgraded his position; this is perfectly understandable for he would be foolish to agree to downgrade himself.
Answering the questions above leads to the job plan of VA.
And he said of the consultant job plans: "There is work being undertaken to review each consultant's job plan to ensure that they are aligned appropriately to the necessary workload.
AN UNEMPLOYED teenager has got a job as a Hollywood motorbike stunt rider after a British government job plan gave him a jump start.
Former Reserve Bank of India governor, C Rangarajan has prepared the comprehensive job plan.
Mr Byrne unveiled the 10-step Job Plan pledging action had to be taken "to come out of the downturn sooner and stronger".
A new Job Plan feature, new NonCluster Failover and Microsoft Cluster options, and Job/Plan Variable Support also improve reliability, user control, and overall job execution performance.