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Intermediate objectives are the strengthening motivation, improvement of qualification in social services and care, and related areas, and finding a job.
We documented in this study that as response to high inflation and high dollarization, the Lebanese monetary authorities had chosen in 1993 to have as intermediate objective an exchange rate anchor to control inflation, instead of inflation targeting," the study said.
Using a standard "red, amber, and green" scale, the LOE officers in charge gave the commander a visual assessment of each intermediate objective during targeting decision briefings.
Those are intermediate objectives towads a goal to make the command able to manage the people and the business of transportation and distribution.
The goals statement ultimately serves as the foundation for written immediate and intermediate objectives and could include actions to-- * develop a community-oriented policing philosophy; * establish a philosophy, mission, and values statement; * apply nontraditional methods of crime prevention; * reduce the actual level of crime; * minimize the perceived fear of crime; * analyze crime generators; and * evaluate goals and related objectives for efficiency and effectiveness.
An intermediate objective of many mass media campaigns is to stimulate the search for additional information on a given health issue.
Participants stop overcoming obstacles when for each injection (root in the Future Reality Tree) they have determined an intermediate objective they can achieve directly.
helps meet the company's intermediate objective of expanding its activities in the Denver- Julesberg Basin by adding more than 6,500,000 barrels of oil equivalent to the company's reserves base as well as 38,000 net undeveloped acres strategically located near the company's existing operations.