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This underlines the importance of improving how we manage the human dimension in business, measure its value and report on it.
The programme is based on interactive sessions with the focus on 3 specific dimensions: the human dimension, the environmental dimension and the sustainable development dimension.
Fullerton) describe the human dimensions of a teacher's work for teachers at any stages of a career.
human dimension is a tough one for people to live in.
before, get to connect academics with the human dimension while making lasting friends and a great support group.
Wagner's conclusions about the human dimension of the poorhouse will be familiar to readers of John Updike's first novel, The Poorhouse Fair (1959).
The redesigned website will reportedly have three strands: a human dimension depicting the spirit of enquiry and risk-taking in the UK; a financial dimension that gives businesses easier access to early stage risk capital; and a policy dimension that influences high-level policy making to support UK innovation.
This human dimension is emphasised in the treatment of the long south wall, which is a translucent, permeable skin clad in milky polycarbonate panels overlaid by slim cedar slats.