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“We have a multi-disciplinary team across infrastructure sectors and have the capacity to offer the full gamut of expertise for policy implementation in developing countries," Mr. Singh said.”
“Rejected the proposal by Institute of Chartered Financial Analysts of India (ICFAI) for setting up multi-disciplinary university at Jatnai.”
“I work in a chronic pain centre, a multi-disciplinary service which requires all sorts of community resources and not fancy equipment and operating rooms.”
“However, nothing in his experience or background suggests that he had any explicit mediation training, knowledge of conflict dynamics, theoretical and practical knowledge of human behaviors in conflict, or any of the other multi-disciplinary skills and knowledge expected of a modern high level professional mediator.”
“Replete with exhibits and hands-on demonstrations representing more than 500 science organizations from across the country, the Expo promises to be the ultimate multi-cultural, multi-generational, multi-disciplinary gatherings of science and engineering in the United States -- all designed to inspire the next generation of innovators.”
“Critically, this entails enabling learners to "undertake meaningful problem-based inquiry, which might be multi-disciplinary, supported by blended teaching methods and hybrid resources".”
“The "Analytics Department" is looking for "predictive Modeling/Data Mining" specialists to join the campaign's "multi-disciplinary team of statisticians," which will use "predictive modeling" to anticipate the behavior of the electorate.”
“So Cameron will be visible before and after chairing the emergency meeting of Cobra – it is a room, not a snake – where all varieties of crises are managed by multi-disciplinary teams.”
“Particularly in the consultancy sector, just as small firms might combine with others with complementary skills and/or resources, so experienced individual professionals could combine with other independent practitioners to compete for work and then form part of the multi-disciplinary team appointed to undertake the project.”
“Being formed of a group of independent ‘e-lances’ or ‘tech-nomads’, the operational overheads of such a multi-disciplinary consortium are also likely to be lower, making their services more cost-effective – an advantage likely to be underlined if the team also uses low-cost collaboration technology to manage and share its data.”
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