What were some of motivations of the realists and how did they achieve their aims?
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Asked in National Health Service (NHS)
Why do NHS set aims?
Hi I'm Dr Spencer, the reason the NHS sets aims is to improve medical statuses of our companies around the national state. We also do it because aims help us achieve and motivate our staff into achieving a goal. We find it very important that aims are in place. If we do not meet our aims, or standards, also aims was made and occurring thing do to meeting held some years ago.
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What are the aims and objectives of Cadbury Chocolate?
Asked in Leonardo da Vinci
What were some of Leonardo da Vinci's motivations?
What are business aims and objectives?
In Business, Different business organisations will have a large number of aims, which will influence the way that they behave. An aim is what a business wants to achieve - This is normally long-term. Aims tend to be where a business wants to be in 1-5 years and this is communicated to all its stakeholders e.g. Employees. Some of the most common business aims are. Some of the most common business aims are shown below. Aims tend to be a general statement of purpose: · To make a profit - entrepreneurs risk their capital in a business and profit is their reward for risk-taking. If a business is to grow it needs to make a profit. Some of the profit could be used to buy new equipment, staff or premises. · To increase market share - If a firm is able to increase its market share, it shows that it is winning customers from its competitors; so many businesses have increasing market share as one of their key aims. · To provide services to costumers - most businesses provide a service to customers and therefore, they need to provide services to customers in order to make a profit. · To improve the quality of the product or service - In most markets, customers have a choice about the product or service that they use. If the quality of a product is not as good as that of its competitors it is likely to loose market share. In order to achieve an aim objectives are usually set. Objectives tend to be linked to the Aims and are how the Aims are met. A business can have several objectives that are all linked to a single aim. Objectives are measureable targets e.g. we want to achieve sales of €10 million in European markets in 2012. Most business objectives tend to be: S M A R T Specific - objectives are aimed at what the business does. Measured - objectives can be measured to see if the target has been met. Achievable - completion of the objectives is possible. Realistic - objectives can be met with the current resources available to the business Timed - target is time specific e.g. in 8 months.
Asked in Colleges and Universities
What are some of the aims of the American Iron and Steel Institute also known as AISI?
What are the aims and objectives of the BBC?
The BBC Trust is charged with ensuring it fulfills its remit as follows: Aims: Expected to exhibit some or all of the following characteristics: high quality, original, challenging, innovative and engaging, and [nurturing] UK talent. Objectives: Should "deliver high quality programmes with wide appeal across all genres" and in doing so achieve at least a 20% share of viewers at peak-times.
Asked in Apple Computers, MacBook
I can't answer aims courseware on my MacBook Pro?
Aims courseware is generally, for some reason, configured to only run on Internet Explorer, which will only (easily!) run on Windows computers. Thus, you can, in theory, only do Aims courseware on a Windows computer. However, I have successfully done Aims courseware on a Linux computer with Firefox and Chrome, disguising itself as Internet Explorer. There's only a couple of minor things that didn't work. So it can be done, it just needs some fiddling about.