These members formed a loose affinity group
, whose purpose is to collaborate on how best to solve the public transportation problem in southern Delaware.
The New Mexico Nurses' Association (NMNA) has created an affinity group
in response to New Mexico's need for nursing workforce diversity.
The affinity group
is one of the organisational structures that allow anarchist principles to be embodied in practices and actions.
Leadership liaisons are senior executives who are paired with and facilitate communications with each employee affinity group
When looking at a new group, look for a strong affinity relationship," says Clelland Green, executive vice president, USI Affinity Group
John Peoples, managing partner of Global Lead Management Consulting, helps companies design and strengthen affinity groups
and provides counseling on how to gauge the effectiveness of a company's affinity group
Our financial results for our Internet and certain affinity group
programs have been lagging behind our core business operations," McIntyre said.
And in the lobby, a receptionist stands ready to greet motorists who pop in to say hello at the headquarters of Affinity Group
To examine the affinity group
process, it's important to begin with a definition.
Acxiom([R]) Corporation (Nasdaq: ACXM) today announced the renewal of a five-year agreement to provide a full suite of information management solutions for Affinity Group
To balance the rate increase required by writing this business, Marsh Affinity Group
Services, CPhA's sponsored program broker and administrator, asked Fireman's Fund to put in place a dividend agreement that would allow insureds to share in the profits should experience be favorable.
Marsh Affinity Group
Services, a service of Seabury & Smith, Inc.