from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To organize into departments.
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- v. To organize something into departments
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In fact, Licenciado Flores makes an interesting observation, noting that while Mexican companies – those whose management and capital investment is entirely or mostly Mexican – continue to concentrate decision making authority in the hands of a single company leader, American companies in Mexico are more likely to departmentalize their operations and to empower the department heads with direct decision making authority.
It is not possible to departmentalize the securities business in the minds of the investing public.
Then as we began to make parts, we began to departmentalize so that each department would do only one thing.
As outlined, the 7th and 8th grade team would departmentalize similar to their current structure, with five core teachers and the additional responsibility of an assist period.