organisation vs organization

organisation organization


  • 1) Alternative spelling of organization.


  • 1) countable A group of people consciously cooperating.
  • 2) uncountable The quality of being organized.
  • 3) countable A group of people or other legal entities with an explicit purpose and written rules.
  • 4) baseball A major league club and all its farm teams.
  • 5) uncountable The way in which something is organized, such as a book or an article.
  • 6) A group of persons organized for a particular purpose; an association or business.
  • 7) The state or manner of being organized.
  • 8) A manner of accomplishing something in an orderly or efficient way.
  • 9) The administrative personnel of such a structure.
  • 10) The act or process of organizing.
  • 11) The act of organizing; the act of arranging in a systematic way for use or action.
  • 12) (Biol.) That which is organized; an organized existence; an organism.
  • 13) A group of persons associated together for a common purpose and having a set of rules which specify the relations of the individual members to the whole gorup.
  • 14) The manner in which something is organized; the relations included in an organized state or condition.
  • 15) The state of being organized.
  • 16) the act of organizing a business or an activity related to a business
  • 17) an ordered manner; orderliness by virtue of being methodical and well organized
  • 18) the activity or result of distributing or disposing persons or things properly or methodically
  • 19) an organized structure for arranging or classifying
  • 20) the persons (or committees or departments etc.) who make up a body for the purpose of administering something
  • 21) the act of forming or establishing something
  • 22) a group of people who work together
  • 23) Organic structure or constitution; arrangement, disposition, or collocation of interdependent parts or organs; constitution in general: as, animal organization; the organization of society; the organization of the church or of a legislature.
  • 24) Also spelled organisation.
  • 25) The process of arranging or systematizing; specifically, the process of combining parts into a coördinated whole: as, the organization of an expedition.
  • 26) That which is organized; a regularly constituted whole or aggregate; an organism, or a systematized and regulated whole; any body which has a definite constitution: often used specifically of an organized body of persons, as a literary society, club, corporation, etc.
  • 27) The act of organizing, or the process of disposing or arranging constituent or interdependent parts into an organic whole.
  • 28) In pathology, conversion of an amorphous substance, such as a blood-clot, into organized tissue.
  • 29) In biology: The structural composition of an organism.
  • 30) Metaphorically, the cause or explanation of the structure of organisms; that which organizes; an organizing influence. Most of the attempts to imagine an architecture in the egg as an explanation of the structure of the being that is developed from the egg are based upon the metaphorical conception of organization. See germ-plasm and physiological unit.


  • 1) Since 1996 he had worked at the organisation 's international headquarters in Geneva.
  • 2) Decorations were plentiful but without discrimination, organisation or style.
  • 3) gertrude: This is a big organisation, Mother, we're still having teething problems.


  • 1) They recognize they are a different organization altogether.
  • 2) Most organizations provide group coverage for their employees.
  • 3) Most of the service staffs within business organizations belong here too.
  • 4) There must be a form of political organization designed to protect and promote privilege and prestige.
  • 5) Promotion opportunities in large organizations often mean moving locations.
  • 6) The same applies all the way down the organization.
  • 7) All of these have contributed to the growth of international organizations concerned with securing such conditions.
  • 8) These cases are generally brought about because different people or organizations have a dispute.
  • 9) It represents a transfer of income from individuals groups and organizations to the government.
  • 10) Politics is about the choices which combine in different ways the contrary facts of human political organization.
  • 11) Sometimes, computers were adopted because most other departments in the organization were using them and the personnel department did not want to be left behind.
  • 12) In economic theory, a producing unit is usually a FIRM though government organizations also produce goods and services.
  • 13) ‘People, departments, and organizations want power and the rewards that go with it.’
  • 14) ‘Changes in the leadership lineup are normal in any dynamic organization.’
  • 15) ‘This is my fifth season as Master of Ceremonies for this remarkable organization.’
  • 16) ‘He's likely to seek out terrorist organizations, which is a very dangerous position.’
  • 17) ‘The Sierra Club remains the largest and most effective grassroots conservation organization in the world.’
  • 18) ‘Private sector companies and organisations will also be able to get foundation status.’
  • 19) ‘The Carers Association is the national voluntary organisation for family carers in the home.’
  • 20) ‘It wants more schools and public sector organisations to use local ingredients.’
  • 21) ‘At the outset of World War I in Europe, American librarians had only recently established a national professional organization.’
  • 22) ‘We have been contacted by various legal organizations interested in our case.’
  • 23) ‘Many charitable organizations responded, and others were set up for the purpose.’
  • 24) ‘Relationships are structured by how people think, feel, and act in organizations.’
  • 25) ‘For some organizations, the management of personnel can be seen as just one other asset to be managed.’
  • 26) ‘International organizations are also structures for political communication.’
  • 27) ‘A new national organisation to monitor NHS health boards is seeking to recruit more members in Orkney.’
  • 28) ‘Nearly a third thought it a bad idea for the state to fund religious organizations for any purpose.’
  • 29) ‘They lobby local and national government on behalf of businesses and organisations.’
  • 30) ‘Today, there exist thousands of these organizations in all parts of the world.’
  • 31) ‘It was the first time these four business organisations have come together for such an event.’
  • 32) ‘Rebuilding Together is a national non-profit organization dedicated to repairing homes for low income, elderly and disabled homeowners.’
  • 33) ‘They will be planning and discussing organization of future events and a form letter on housing issues for students.’
  • 34) ‘Seirawan's classification and organization of tactical motifs has its idiosyncrasies.’
  • 35) ‘The IIR specialises in conference organisation, property rental and training.’
  • 36) ‘The convenor and steward were both suspended two weeks ago and this was seen as a direct attack on union organisation.’
  • 37) ‘He specified three stages in the cognitive organization of experience.’
  • 38) ‘Police reports claimed the activists were behind the whole organisation of the affair.’
  • 39) ‘To propose central planning and organisation makes you a naive dinosaur.’
  • 40) ‘And most unions are working on these things, for example by allocating extra time and resources to education, organization and representation.’
  • 41) ‘After all the build-up, planning and organisation, the Fringe is finally here.’
  • 42) ‘I have managed the sales organization for channel sales in New York and New Jersey.’
  • 43) ‘We are dealing here with bureaucracy as a principle of administrative technique and organization.’
  • 44) ‘As for content, key features of organisation and management are bundled into unmeasurable concepts.’
  • 45) ‘Augustine turned to Gregory for instructions on organization, management, and discipline.’
  • 46) ‘Yet they also led to formidable new problems in organization and management.’
  • 47) ‘It feels it would be better with the administration and organisation of the centre in the hands of council staff.’
  • 48) ‘Computers can also cut time and costs spent on the control, organisation and operation of the production process.’
  • 49) ‘Stroke units may also vary in terms of organisation, management, and skill mix.’
  • 50) ‘Lectures convey the professor's interpretation of the events she relates, through her selection of facts and her organization of the material.’
  • 51) ‘Many thanks to Toby who put a lot of organization and time into this, and made this happen.’
  • 52) ‘The vast majority of its staff are engaged in conference organization, which involves convening meetings, preparing meeting rooms, and producing documents.’
  • 53) ‘States could raise armies, but they lacked the resources and organization to turn them into effective instruments of policy.’
  • 54) ‘As a result of inadequate supervision and organisation, four of the teenagers drowned.’
  • 55) ‘The numbers are there for us to do it, what we need is leadership and organisation.’
  • 56) ‘Too often, managers are forced to give up quality and skill for organisation.’
  • 57) ‘Newly-promoted Scarborough had far too much fitness, commitment and organisation.’
  • 58) ‘Her powers of organisation and direction were instrumental in establishing the Abbey.’
  • 59) ‘It certainly has exposed the lack of coordination and the lack of organization.’
  • 60) ‘It appealed to her belief in good management and organisation as the means to achieving targets.’
  • 61) ‘Special thanks were given to the show secretary, for her hard work and efficient organisation.’
  • 62) ‘Ian is talking in a professional way about forward planning, organisation and continuity before breaking off.’
  • 63) ‘Due to a great lack of organization, the event was running out of time on its permit.’
  • 64) ‘Such lack of organization was unfortunately all too common among preachers of his day.’
  • 65) ‘Workload is an area where there is scope to improve organisation and labour efficiency on farms.’
  • 66) ‘Any candidate who demonstrates that type of organization and commitment will receive my vote any day.’
  • 67) ‘It did not refer to ‘poor organisation, sequencing and lack of attention to detail’.’
  • 68) ‘It failed due to absolute power by one man, its own aggressive nature, and lack of organization.’
  • 69) ‘Therefore fitness will be paramount, along with experience, organisation and a bigger squad.’
  • 70) ‘Morgan defended with organisation and commitment, and when they had the ball they racked up the points.’
  • 71) ‘Lack discipline and organization and you will fall hopelessly behind in your work.’
  • 72) ‘Repeatedly, he talks about the importance of discipline, organisation, structure and hard work.’

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