measures of effectiveness

measures of effectiveness

Tools used to measure results achieved in the overall mission and execution of assigned tasks. Measures of effectiveness are a prerequisite to the performance of combat assessment. Also called MOEs. See also combat assessment; mission.
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(2) It also provides an assessment of Gorgon Stare's initial 30 days of collection in theater by analyzing measures of performance (3) and measures of effectiveness. (4) The intent of the article is to capture lessons learned from the application of the Gorgon Stare capability to provide intelligence support to counter-terrorism operations.
This guide identifies the qualities of the effective teachers through research results about teacher behaviors that contribute to student achievement and other measures of effectiveness. It focuses on the teacher and his or her preparation, personality, and practice and defines what an effective teacher is and teacher effectiveness from the perspectives of the at-risk learner, the high-ability learner, and 21st-century teaching, then covers the major categories of teacher effectiveness (professional knowledge, instructional planning and delivery, assessment, the learning environment, and professionalism), with each chapter including the characteristics of effective teachers of at-risk and high-ability students, as well as the perspective of 21st-century teaching.
There are few easily quantifiable measures of effectiveness in criminal justice.
Along with brand value metrics, we're acutely focused on many other measures of effectiveness for our work -- such as embracing and growing our fans' love for our brands and holding a cul- tural point of view on important social issues.
One way to get at this effect is to war-game both systems and then compare them on measures of effectiveness such as force exchange ratios, survivability ratios, etc.
Instead, the use of multiple measures of effectiveness for layoff decisions holds promise for softening the detrimental effect of layoffs.
Using comparable data from 2000 and 2001, researchers analyzed 38 measures of effectiveness for health care and 31 measures of access to care.
In addition to cutting training costs, the Osprey team is looking to achieve other measures of effectiveness to help shape tomorrow's aviation community.
CIC is doing its part to help colleges and universities find and use meaningful quantitative and comparative measures of effectiveness. We believe in evidence-based decision-making, and hope to encourage policymakers to be guided by the strong record of independent higher education in comparison with other sectors.
From this case data, a model is created that examines the effects that dominant organization groups' interpretations and thus conceptualization of VTE have on its system design, supports, training, and rewards; measures of effectiveness; and rule generations."
In Scott Gartner's view, organizations do not judge their performance by surveying the universe of available data; instead, they select "dominant indicators" (measures of effectiveness) to assess progress toward achieving organizational objectives.
The AOC Committee on EW Measures of Effectiveness, formed in response to a challenge from Lt Gen Howard Leaf, USAF (ret.), AF/TE, met again on December 8, 1993 to discuss material presented by the Air Force and the Naval Research Lab and some ideas presented by members of the committee.