Action Point


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Action Point

A term of art used in various NHS services (UK) for “trigger”—i.e., the moment at which an event or activity begins.
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"We are positioning Action Point Analytics to reflect our commitment to developing data techniques that will give marketers new tools to keep pace with the rapidly accelerating sophistication in marketing."
First one is analyzed in the spacing-relative speed plane, which adopts the perspectives used in action point model [21].
Action Point: Start looking for such processes to fully automate and optimize the process
ITOCHU supports the aims of the Eco Action Point program, and is introducing it in its MOTTAINAI Campaign.
The group has highlighted action points, including `using our cultural assets, strengthening cultural exchange and supporting cultural innovation and business'.
Action Point: Start asking questions of your pensions department now.
A list of action points must be drawn up each with an agreed timescale and the identity of the person responsible for carrying it out.
ACTION POINT: In any acquisition, make sure there is a common culture or a cultural affinity between the two entities.
This initiative is another concrete follow-up by the European Commission of its eEurope Initiative, which was submitted by President Romano Prodi to the European Council in Lisbon on 23-24 March falling under the action point "Faster Internet for researchers and students".The new multi-gigabit, world-class network will be fully operational by the beginning of 2001.
ACTION POINT: Review your capital allocation decisions of the past year.

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