Other topics for discussion will include developing working plans at institutions, control methods and evaluation of the strategic plan through the use of modern technology.
What does SP stand for?
SP stands for Strategic Plan
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- Business, finance, etc.
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- Stored Procedure
- Stormpike Graveyard (World of Warcraft battleground slang)
- Strada Provinciale (Italian road)
- Straight Pride
Samples in periodicals archive:
As newly elected Chairman of ATS he said, “The American Tourism Society is moving in new directions with it’s dynamic new Strategic Plan in place.
All colleges are required to develop strategic plans and each academic program must complete an annual assessment report including specific plans for continuous improvement.
In November 2003, the Tax Executive Committee (TEC) approved a strategic plan proposal for the AICPA Tax Section, titled Looking to the Future: Today, tomorrow, and beyond .
A new MTMC Strategic Plan that mirrors the organization's new distribution mission has received approval from Maj.
Roberts: This position allows me to work closely with our global marketing group and marketing peers in other business units to develop a strategic plan and a value-based pricing model for each brand.
The root causes of the ongoing crisis in long-term care are revealed in the five-year Strategic Plan adopted this fall by the U.
4) Since 1997, the WSP has reviewed and redesigned a significant portion of its system's infrastructure, including a new agency strategic plan (a 5-year plan updated annually) supported by individual district and division plans; new awards program selection criteria; revised sergeant and lieutenant promotional processes; re-engineered training processes; revised job performance appraisal systems; and a new management tool (loosely modeled after one devised by the New York City Police Department), the Strategic Advancement Forum.