Prior to her role in the OBT, she was the Deputy Director of the Enterprise Task Force facilitating Institutional Adaptation efforts aimed at improving Army Force Generation, embracing enterprise management, and reforming the Army's resources and requirements processes.
What does IA stand for?
IA stands for Institutional Adaptation (US Army)
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- Installing Activity
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Instead, he appears genuinely perplexed by the continuing capacity of leadership in the urban regimes of the world's advanced city-regions (he includes Toronto) to manage institutional adaptation to their changed circumstances.
As articulated in the Army Posture Statement and the supporting Army Campaign Plan, transforming LandWarNet is a critical Army institutional adaptation initiative.
Conceived, nurtured, legitimized, and monitored by the Church elite, institutional adaptation primarily occurs, as Ralston has rightly pointed out, within the established Church rather than in opposition to it.
Four themes guided the fieldwork: 1) religion and the negotiation of identity; 2) immigrants' relationship with religious host communities; 3) institutional adaptations based upon immigration and settlement; and 4) internal differentiation within congregations.
The book is important because the telecommunications industry is in the midst of rapid and revolutionary technological change that requires ongoing institutional adaptation.
She also provided leadership to Honeywell's institutional adaptation of Six Sigma standards, and earned a Six Sigma Black Belt while at the firm.