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Definition of virtual organization?
A network of continually evolving independent organizations that share skills, costs, and access to one another's markets.
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A Virtual Organization 1. Does not have a physical presence like bricks and mortar organization but it exist electronically 2. This is not constrained by the legal… definition of a company 3.This is formed in an informal way as an alliance of independent legal organization. DG A Virtual Organization (or Company) is when the companies employees work apart through computers and usually communicate through e-mail or groupware, but look like a single organization in one place or a virtual organization can be a virtual organiation that can take one of the following forms: an organization that outsources the majority of its functions.
Virtual representation means that even individuals who cannot or do not vote are represented in the legislature by similar voters who can and do vote. Actual representation de…mands that every person can vote for a representative. Virtual representation is when you're being represented by decision makers, but you weren't allowed to vote on who they would be, like when the king of England would assign governors to royal colonies. Actual representation is when you pick the decision makers that represent you, like electing the President.
any living thing An organism is a living plant or animal.
A collection of tissue that carry out a specialized function of thebody.
Non Physical Markets/Virtual markets - In such markets, buyers purchase goods and services through internet. In such a market the buyers and sellers do not meet or interact p…hysically, instead the transaction is done through internet. Examples - Rediff shopping, eBay etc.
Organic is a term food providers are allowed to use if their product meets certain requirements established by the Food and Drug Administration. In general it means the produc…ts have no pesticides, antibiotics or other artificial additives. It is one of the only food terms that has actual legal requirements.
There are so many disadvantages of virtual organization. Some ofthem include system failure, low productivity as a result of lackof direct supervision and so much more.
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A 3D environment you can interact with, like reality - but virtual.
A virtual organization outsources most or all of the primary functions of the organization. Managers spend the majority of their time coordinating and controlling external rel…ations through computer network links. The executive group may be here in America but the factories may be located in Hong Kong with commissioned sales reps in yet another part of the world.
Save money on office space and labor while maintaining a high level or professionalism. Disadvantages may be that it isn't scalable and the virtual office locations may be lim…ited (should you ever need a place to meet with clients)
An abstract class is any base class that has at least one pure virtual function. This means the base class cannot be instantiated other than by derivation. The most-derived cl…ass must provide an implementation for the pure virtual function. The base class may provide a generic implementation, however this implementation cannot be inherited and it can only be called explicitly by a derivative. Once a derived class implements the pure virtual function, it reverts to a virtual function with regards to its derivatives and can be inherited. Only class that provide or inherit a complete implementation of all pure virtual methods can be instantiated as objects in their own right. All others are abstract. A virtual function is a generic base class method that can be overridden by a derived class. When calling the generic method of the base class, the most-derived override is called instead. This allows programmers to work with generic objects whilst invoking specialised methods without the need to know the runtime type of an object. When you declare virtual functions, every class in the hierarchy has its own virtual table which maps the generic methods to their overrides. Although this costs a little memory, it is many times quicker than using runtime type information to determine which specialised methods to call, and reduces code maintenance substantially because the generic type does not need to know the runtime type of its derivatives. In other words, without virtual functions, every base class would need to know the exact type of all its derivatives, which means you would have to update the base class every time you derived a new object from it, and update all methods to cater for that new type, which vastly increases code size. The virtual table provides that functionality for very little cost, performs many times better, and greatly reduces the chances of programmer error.
Describe the character of a moral agent as a driving force for ethical behavior, rather than rules (deontology), consequentialism which derives rightness or wrongness from the… outcome of the act itself rather than character), or social context (pragmatic ethics).
A virtual machine is a piece of software that emulates a totally separate instance of an operating system on a single computer. This allows people to run entirely different op…erating systems at the same time, perfect for testing development builds of software on multiple OSs.
A virtual enterprise is a temporary network of business that come together to share their individual skills, resources and expertise in an area. The co-operation of a virtual …enterprise is supported via computer networks.
Virtual means that a thing is incredibly similar to something else,but still different. For instance, "The Elton John impersonator didsuch a great job it was virtually as thou…gh we were watching EltonJohn himself".