core value

(redirected from credo)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Financial, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

core value

A fundamental idea that unites individuals and defines the efforts and goals of the institution for which they work. In health care, core values include devotion and service to others, lifelong learning, and a dedication to ongoing quality improvement.
References in periodicals archive ?
May is usually the start of the rainy season and seeds have to be distributed, Credo said.
My dad [Syd] had died in 1986 and King Credo was an absolute lifeline, as it was a serious struggle with just a handful of horses.
With interests spanning from transport, manufacturing industry and IT to trading and real estate since 1910, Credo Investments FZE has many prestigious property development projects under different stages including C[pounds sterling]The PrismC[yen] at the Business Bay.
Clarifying a human resources credo fits in with current developments in management thought.
Pelikan's study Credo is especially worthy because the author's thoughts are founded on many references to the creeds and confessions of many churches.
Among the 704 CREDO participants known to have CRP levels higher than this threshold pre-PCI, the 1-year rate of the combined end point was 9% in those who received long-term clopidogrel, a highly significant 36% reduction in risk compared with the 14% incidence in the group who got a month of clopidogrel.
CREDO owns the exclusive right to a patented technology known as the Calliope Gas Recovery System.
Penderecki's Credo and Anton Bruckner's Te Deum will make up the festival's final concert, which is set for 8 p.
Robert Wood Johnson, the company leader for 50 years, wrote a credo in the mid-1940s that outlined the corporation's beliefs and responsibilities (the entire credo can be found on its Web site, www.
Does your organization have a written Credo and a Code of Ethics?
0 for Mac or PC is available directly from Credo Interactive Inc.
In the course of research into the music of John Benet I recently made a discovery concerning an anonymous English Credo.