Leadership simply has to make sure that the agency has strong core operating principles and capabilities, or any new initiative is likely to fail due to significant problems with one or more of these basic organizational elements.
What does OE stand for?
OE stands for Organizational Element
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 23 other meanings of OE in our Acronym Attic
- Option Expiration
- Options Exchange
- oral epithelium
- Orbital Express (DARPA satellite servicing demonstration)
- Order Entry (CRM module)
- Ordnance and Explosives
- Oregon Electric Railway Company
- Organizational Economics
- Organizational Effectiveness
Samples in periodicals archive:
In the commercial space, supply chain processes have been integrated for the most part through a single organizational element responsible for harmonizing a company's supply chain operations.
With consideration to five lessons distilled from the cases, Tattersall prescribes a strategic agenda for would-be coalitions based on a matrix which balances organizational elements (eg.
For implementation of radical change it is not enough to change strategies, structures and systems, change is also needed in the way of thinking that produced these organizational elements.
Organizational messaging includes messages and other communications that are exchanged between organizational elements of the U.
Considering the role being played by JSCs currently and the role (whatever it is) envisaged in future, the mandate should unambiguously be defined in the regulation so that appropriate organizational elements can be designed and implemented.
He then draws over the collage, breaking up the space with "orthogonal" geometry - that is, all marks determined using right angles, lending an organizational element to the piece.
Spanning over 45 meters with an interior clear height of 30 meters, this grand space becomes the focal point of the project and is used as the organizational element for the retail experience.