process goal

process goal

a goal that specifies the processes a performer will engage in whilst performing. For example, a fielder in cricket might set a process goal to keep their eyes on the ball when making a catch. See also performance goal, outcome goal.
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Making use of Whitestein's unique Process Goal Technology(TM) powers these applications to adapt and change while ensuring alignment to required business outcomes.
When you set a process goal, you begin to build a new habit in the automatic system of the brain," Mulqueen says.
Success-oriented athletes reported significantly fewer problems with process goal barriers than did FO-2 athletes.
An example of the system--process--workplace integration Goals Activities System goal The evaluation of the suitability of producing certain products in a certain production system, rational use of technological capabilities Process goal The evaluation of alternative routes based on the net cost of the product and more effective use of resources Workplace goal Reducing idle time by analysing and eliminating the reasons of its occurrence Personal goal Improving competences and making suggestions to create preconditions for productive work (see Fig.
The series is comprised of three different series of products that can be separately purchased or can be utilized together to provide the proper combination to achieve the process goal.
We hypothesized that: (a) exercisers in the process goal group will have higher levels of intrinsic motivation and adherence than exercisers in the outcome goal and control groups, (b) exercisers in the process goal group will have lower levels of pressure/tension than exercisers in the outcome goal group, and (c) exercisers in the outcome goal group will have high levels of intrinsic motivation and pressure/tension than exercisers in the control group.
Participants warned their important role in achieving the Lisbon Process goal of transforming Europe into the world's most dynamic, knowledge-based economy was at risk of being overlooked.
The process goal is addressed in the most detail by drawing on Canadian and international experiences in opening up decision making processes to input from a wide range of citzens, stakeholders, and corporate interest groups through the use of round tables, environmental mediation, interest-based negotiation, and participatory planning.
Previously, the intake process goal was to identify all of the training services that were required for initial services.
Could we use a process definition, success as the process evaluating which we use to measure the process goal seeking?
This process goal makes appropriate use of time and gives a clear insight into the changes required to progress towards the ultimate result.
Ligia Deca said: "At the same time, the European Union's agenda for economic competitiveness has often interfered with the Bologna Process goal of better education and better educational cooperation in Europe.

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