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operational

[‚äp·ə′rā·shən·əl]
(engineering)
Of equipment such as aircraft or vehicles, being in such a state of repair as to be immediately usable.
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*By type, the global Operational Intelligence Market has been segmented into enterprise manufacturing operational intelligence, enterprise operational intelligence software, IT service intelligence and enterprise security.
Taking a closer look at operational discipline, a key component of operational excellence, reveals how process management and culture constantly interact.
'Had this aircraft been not made operational, the PIA would have been facing lot of problems, especially in upcoming peak season, as it had to cancel some Europe route flights,' the spokesman said, adding that the two more aircraft, which had been grounded for the past one year, would be made operational by the end of June.
The first reason is that 'boundary events' tend to get lumped 100 per cent under credit risk losses, with no allowance for apportionment for related operational risk failures involved in credit losses, such as inappropriate models, insufficient monitoring or fraud.
After reviewing impressive operational demonstrations by Pakistan Navy Fleet combatants, the prime minister arrived at Jinnah Naval Base Ormara.
Our paper contributes to the existing literature on operational risk disclosure in two important ways.
The airline's on-demand operational excellence calculator provides company-specific data on how Delta's operational performance saves money as compared to competitors.
The Duncan Hunter National Defense Authorization Act for fiscal year 2009 defines operational energy as "the energy required for training, moving, and sustaining military forces and weapons platforms for military operations." It includes, but is not limited to, energy used by tactical power systems, generators, and weapons platforms.
The operational program has a budget of EUR 102 M, which is to be used to provide more favorable terms for SMEs seeking debt financing, according to the press office of the Council of Ministers.
Not fully understanding the subtle differences, planners default to what they know best--which is usually the tactical level--and will apply tactical "pancake techniques" to the operational "waffle processes." This manifests itself when planners lose focus on the operational-level issues and drift toward trying to maneuver and fight functional or Service-component tactical actions rather than focusing on identifying and validating operational-level tasks.
He focuses primarily at the campaign level, mentioning Napoleonic tactics only as they relate directly to the operational level.
This article will help the financial institutions to analyze the importance of operational risk management and how to enhance their existing system of operational risk management, so that they can meet the standard by which they can minimize their losses.

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