unaligned


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un·a·ligned

 (ŭn′ə-līnd′)
adj.
Nonaligned: unaligned nations.

unaligned

(ˌʌnəˈlaɪnd)
adj
1. not aligned or in specific order
2. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) (of countries or governments) not aligned or allied
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In other words, no interviewees discussed a project that was considered unaligned with strategy yet was also considered successful.
Historically, the NSWNA has been unaligned to any political party but we have never shirked from taking political positions in the interests of our members.
Seven days from settlement, Hughes and his independently appointed colleagues, Penny Boys and Chris Deuters, find themselves in a predicament, if they are to maintain their unaligned status.
Poorly designed organisations; ineffective processes; bureaucratic systems; unaligned rewards; unclear customer/partner focus; imprecise visions, values, and purpose; unskilled team leaders and members; muddled goals and priorities, and low levels of trust, along with weak measurements and feedback loops, all cause communication problems.
"We are still working with our alliance partners and other unaligned carriers to build a slot portfolio." The airline expects to exit bankruptcy protection as early as this week.
Saracens centre Rodd Penney collected a quick lineout, raced 60 yards through an unaligned Falcons defence and touched down for a try that, if converted, would snatch victory.
This leaves little room--and little money--for unaligned producers.
between all of its bits and unaligned pieces it employs as much as three percent of the North American workforce ...
The Scandinavian country, known for its welfare policies and unaligned diplomacy, has diplomatic ties with North Korea, with which Japan is struggling to normalize relations after nuclear, abduction and other issues are resolved.
Value-aligned middle managers are economically literate and more business savvy; the survey shows that 53% of middle managers in value-aligned versus 18% in unaligned companies take an economic view of short and long term operating financial results; 33% of the value-aligned middle managers indicated that they understand the business model, value proposition, and key strategy elements, compared to 11% of their unaligned counterparts.
This design results in parallax, where the camera lens and headlight beam become unaligned when the surgeon slightly moves closer or away from the field.
These are not followers of an extreme unaligned political philosophy but mutated molecules that can cause a dangerous chain reaction in the body (and that's the simple version).