departmentalization


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de·part·men·tal·ize

 (dē′pärt-mĕn′tl-īz′)
tr.v. de·part·men·tal·ized, de·part·men·tal·iz·ing, de·part·men·tal·iz·es
To organize into departments.

de′part·men′tal·i·za′tion (-ĭ-zā′shən) n.
Translations

departmentalization

[ˌdiːpɑːtˌmentəlaɪˈzeɪʃən] Ndivisión f en departamentos, compartimentación f
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Later on, the Departmentalization of Union Accounts (Transfer of Personnel) Act, 1976 was enacted by Parliament and assented to by Honble President of India on 8th April, 1976.
Further departmentalization of the various Shari'ah functions will streamline controls and streamline Shari'ah review processes.
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The outlook for intersectorality is a challenge requiring a breach with the 'traditional' model of public management, which tends towards departmentalization, dis-articulation and sectorality of public measures and policies (36).
The main finding of this relationship assumes that the formulation of the strategic planning process may be impacted as the participants in the process become more concerned with their specific function or their own area than with the organization as a whole, which Ranson, Hinings and Greenwood (1980) recognize as departmentalization.
Due to departmentalization, personnel on a design project are rarely in direct communication and functional separation is often a big obstacle to teamwork.
At present, there are also some problems, such as departmentalization of knowledge resources, knowledge can't be highly shared, hidden knowledge can't be conversed effectively, institutional barriers restrict knowledge reuse degree and traditional organization form is not good for implementing knowledge management (Martensson, 2000).
Legal guidelines that put the onus on students to request accommodations--plus the departmentalization of services--can make it difficult to come up with a coordinated plan for a student.
Adlai Murdoch analyzes the concept of opacite in order to confront questions about the formation of identities amidst the pervasive patterns of neocolonialism brought by the law of departmentalization in the Francophone Caribbean.
Large, colorful elements were designed to create departmentalization around the store perimeter, resulting in a boutique effect.
The culture of an honors education stresses the importance of being both well-trained and well-educated, an important goal for students at any university The traditional departmentalization of disciplines often leads to students who are well-trained in their disciplines but not well-rounded, widely literate, or broadly informed.
Helene Zarmor's essay departs from the term creolization, reminding us how difficult the 1946 departmentalization was in the history of the French Caribbean, and highlighting the contradictory positions that emerged at that time in various movements--including within negritude.

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