task-oriented

task-oriented

adj
1. (Industrial Relations & HR Terms) focusing on the completion of particular tasks as a measure of success
2. (Education) focusing on the completion of particular tasks as a measure of success
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Both the program's culture and the team's culture should be predominantly task-oriented to be most matched to the work of species restoration.
"I am a very task-oriented person and usually don't take a lot of time for the 'softer' side of planning, but the Australian approach to interpersonal relations showed me that you need to balance both tasks and people to be successful," she notes.
This failure forced hospitals to temporarily disregard clock regulated time in favor of task-oriented labor dictated by their patients' medical needs.
* Enable agents to respond to enquiries and deliver step-by-step resolutions, using a task-oriented interface.
The system offers user-friendly, task-oriented operations in the familiar Windows NT environment.
STAR/Libraries is a ready-to-use, task-oriented application that supports acquisitions, cataloging (MARC and non-MARC), OPAC, serials, request management, and circulation.
Washington Center's Young cautions against staff becoming too task-oriented. "We encourage our nursing staff to look beyond our tasks, to always think of the resident," she says.
The focus of CNAs' work - daily care of residents - will not change, but they will have to shift from a task-oriented to an outcomes-oriented approach.
Likewise, not all male leaders are task-oriented leaders and not all female leaders are relations-oriented leaders.
Bechler and Johnson investigated one part of the leadership paradox in their examination of the relationship between group members' perceptions of leadership and their perceptions of listening effectiveness in a task-oriented group.
Citicorp responded by moving from a task-oriented tax department to a process-oriented department--one poised to address the increasing demands of business in the twenty-first century.
These expenditures are formally directed through task-oriented research and development departments.