- adj. Not routine.
- non- + routine (Wiktionary)
“Rational players do not just automatically use one model and investors, in the real world, differ in approach, self-interest and interpretative emphasis; they recognize that their information is imperfect and that they are constantly buffeted by what Frydman and Goldberg call "nonroutine" change, such as innovations, perturbations of the Zeitgeist or, for that matter, revolutions and earthquakes.”
“The difference is that their notion of what is fundamental shifts over time as they react to nonroutine change.”
“These nonroutine tasks can be roughly subdivided into two categories: abstract tasks and manual tasks.”
“Conversely, there is - and has been for the past few decades - a rising demand for "nonroutine tasks" performed by either high-skill workers or low-skill workers.”
“When leaders give staff a role in solving nonroutine school improvement problems, they should make sure goals are explicit and ambitious but not unrealistic.”
“Republican critics said the legislation still doesn't go far enough because it exempts all discretionary spending, and applies only to nonroutine increases in entitlement programs like Social Security and Medicare.”
“Grover was now old enough to be neutered, a decision that required another two-hour drive, this time to MedVet, in Columbus, Ohio, an animal-emergency hospital that specialized in nonroutine care.”
“How does the hospital deal with requests for nonroutine practices?”
“However, more frequent appraisal interviews are suggested for poor performers (Kay, Meyer, & French, 1965) and for subordinates in nonroutine jobs in which goals are set, progress is evaluated, and then goals are reset (Cummings & Schwab, 1973, 1978; McConkie, 1979).”
“ISIKOFF: Anything related to the investigations of the Clinton White House, and all communications other than nonroutine between the president and the first lady.”
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