organisational

[ UK /ˌɔːɡɐna‍ɪzˈe‍ɪʃənə‍l/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. of or relating to an organization
    organizational structure
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How To Use organisational In A Sentence

  • The Guidance concentrates on the organizational status of internal audit and the objectivity of internal auditors in achieving the requisite independence.
  • I remember from my old Organizational Psychology that while money isn't a motivator, "inequity" is a demotivator. Executive Compensation, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
  • They impose liturgical traditions, organisational structures, communication methods and leadership models which are alien to their environment.
  • Each of the organizational parts was working on its specific concerns, and no one analyzed the domino effect.
  • Equally, it must promote collegial decision-making in its organisational structure, based on broad consultation with and involvement of different social constituencies.
  • This is typical of Clare's bombproof organisational skills.
  • They would help the communities learn which of their organizational traditions are most useful for stand control, for coordinating woodcutting in specific places, and perhaps for distributing the fruits of harvesting the forest.
  • The contingency approach isolates situational variables that affect managerial actions and organizational performance.
  • Their action begins a disruptive process that adds organisational turbulence to existing uncertainty. Times, Sunday Times
  • However, all of these points of constancy and change are brought to light for the most part due to the extreme redundancy of the film's fades and the organisational role they play.
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