- n. Plural form of organization.
“Orange County congregations, Jewish organizations and Jewish campus organizations*”
“Whether incentive contracts provide the right incentives to individuals in organizations is a central question in modern economic theory.”
“Less than 10% of information within organizations is ranked by value.”
“A major goal of unions as political organizations is to strengthen unions as economic organizations, which is detrimental to everyone outside the union for reasons explained above.”
“After all, middle management in America's big corporations and other organizations is also "hit or miss.”
“Unfortunately, the inertia with which Newspapers and Magazines have pushed change within their organizations is a proof that this mistake has been made for last several years now.”
“But you're right, the relative strength of the organizations is absolutely key here.”
“I made reference to the fact that the autonomy of our organizations is a crucial component of their ongoing success.”
“In the inimitable way that black women's kitchens function as "think tanks" on social justice and civil rights issues, birthing numerous organizations, is also how Zuna Institute was founded.”
“Continued focus from international organizations is needed, along with acknowledgement that different roadmaps may be needed to effect change in different cultures.”
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