- adj. UK alternative spelling of organizational.
- adj. of or relating to an organization
- organisation + -al (Wiktionary)
“I have already burned in organisational PC hell – strange in a way as I did a lot to bring diversity issues to the fore – though my take, now much supported in research, was always that the problems had little to do with one way racism, sexism or white people in particular.”
“The bizarre changes in organisational structure and the retreat of warranted officers into specialized squads to tackle targets with little direct and daily ‘normal’ interaction with the ‘seldom heard’ community of nice, decent, ordinary people.”
“That's rich from a man whose only job outside government was as principal lecturer in organisational behaviour at the University of North London.”
“The new team will set about designing a massive sea change in organisational practice which will actually boil down to more forms, more processes, more bureaucracy and another chunk of front line money feeding the ever greedy rear echelon as they scramble to adjust to the new all mighty teams diktats.”
“The successful establishment of these two ANC institutions will be a major advance towards building long term organisational capacity in a serious and sustainable manner.”
“There he was engaged in organisational and personnel-related functions.”
“Trade Unions alliance during delivery of the ANC's mid-term organisational report at the party's five-day national general council in Port Elizabeth, Motlanthe said except for successful election campaigns, the alliance was failing to mobilise the masses for improvement of their lives.”
“Delivering the ANC's midterm organisational report, he said there was growth among coloureds in the Northern and Western Cape, business people in Gauteng, and among traditional leaders in”
“ANC secretary-general Kgalema Motlanthe will also address delegates on Wednesday, in what is expected to be a hard-hitting mid-term organisational report.”
“They claim that such policy templates have riveted the continent on short-term organisational approaches to managing African affairs, arguing that what Africa needed were home-grown institutional structures that could freely borrow from working systems without intimidation.”
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