group of people who are empowered to manage themselves and the work they do and who are usuallyresponsible for
the design and performance of an entire process, product, or service. Also know as self-directed teams.
Proficiency in applying
knowledge in the performance of an activity. Social CapitalThe value
of the social intercourse (i.e., goodwill, fellowship, sympathy, empathy, etc.) among workers in anorganization
to the overall performance of an organization.SociologyThe science
that deals with the origin and evolution of human society and social phenomena.
A learningtechnique involving the repetition of learning content over time to reinforce understanding and retention.
discipline that deals with the effective selection and training of people to carry our
organizational tasks and functions.
Strategy An insight
describing a scheme for achieving a goal, most often associated with “winning.” Strategy (Business)Concept
describing the effective application of business resources to outperform the competition.Strategic
Business PlanAn organization’s
structured plan for how it will use its available resources to achieve organizational goals, usually associated with the concept of creating a competitive advantage. How an organization plans to
vision.Study (verb)The application
of thinking, memory and behavior for the learning and application of a certain subject matter or discipline.Study
investigation of something.Strategic
PlanningProcess for developing a structured plan for how an organization will use its available resources to
achieve its goals.The process of developing a strategic business plan.Success
progressive achievement of a worthwhile goal or objective.Synchronous
An instructional format in which a learner and trainer interact in real time, such as in a classroom or on-the-job
System An orderly,
rational arrangement of inter-related elements and processes for accomplishing a specific function or set of functions.Systems Thinking
An approach to problem solving which is based on the belief that component parts of a system can best be understood in the context of their relationships
with each other and with the system as a whole, rather than in isolation.