desired perception

desired perception

In military deception, what the deception target must believe for it to make the decision that will achieve the deception objective.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
References in classic literature ?
But while proceeding with this operation, Barbicane and his two companions had a most desired perception of a new phenomenon.
There are men and women of different age groups trying to fit into the 'desired perception' of beauty, and are trying to feel good about themselves.
Despite a number of lawsuits, several of which are ongoing, the cable car went into service and now has a daily carrying capacity of 7,000 passengers, contributing to the desired perception of Ordu as a tourist attraction.
The force has no formal communication with Hezbollah, Serra said, explaining that the main channel through which it can promote its desired perception is through engagement with local communities.
Thus, managers must stop doing or saying whatever is creating the problem and substitute new highly visible behaviors that will create the desired perception. If a manager wants to be perceived as hands-on, he or she should start working alongside the troops.
So, the real challenge is how do you create the desired perception at all levels of the organization?"
From there, the bulk of our efforts will be closing that gap, so that the current perception is actually the desired perception."
We decide how to present the numbers and thus how to create the desired perceptions for our prospective students and their parents and, in turn, for administration as well.
AT&T also sets objectives for its overall investor relations program based on current perceptions and desired perceptions, using the annual report as one vehicle to achieve its objectives.
Legislation and media coverage are designed to produce exactly the desired perceptions: urgency, responsiveness, revolution.