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internal environment

the medium in which all body cells are bathed and which maintains a constant environment (see HOMEOSTASIS), in terms of pH, osmotic pressure, etc.
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Summary of efficiency explanatory variables Variable Description Internal environment: Owner's education =1 if owner finishes primary school Labor training =1 if the firm has provided training for its labor force since the last survey Innovation =1 if the firm introduces a new product, modifies its existing product, or modify its production process in the last survey.
* The internal environment incorporates the attitude of an organization and sets the foundation for how risk is viewed and addressed throughout the enterprise.
In terms of internal environment, the main vulnerabilities can be generated by the existence and structure of the available capital and material resources, the achievement of an adequate structural organization, whose functionality is provided by efficient procedures and by a performing information system, but at the same time by hiring personnel having a high professional training and being adequately motivated.
"The scale and ambition of the production space is breathtaking and the internal environment suggests 'research facility' rather than 'workplace'.
The ADJD's internal environment is 95 per cent electronic-based and its bid for complete transformation by including external services is progressing, thanks to the recently concluded UAE Government Summit.
The unit is MineARC's safe scrubbing and air conditioning system that maintains the refuge chamber's internal environment by continually removing the buildup of carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide and heat generated by the miners, as they await rescue, said company officials.
"The project 'study of indoor air quality' includes the study and application of best international standards concerning the quality of the internal environment, which goes in harmony with the local reality in the Emirate of Dubai, in order to maintain a healthy city following the highest international standards and with environment free of pollutants," he said in a statement.
Health and Safety Department director Eng Redha Salman said: "The project study includes the application of best international standards concerning the internal environment.
From the above discussion of the literature on knowledge sharing and transference of knowledge, we conclude that the management attitude, the firm's Culture, the firm's vision and mission, the internal environment of the firm, and employees' perceptions, reflect knowledge sharing implementation barriers in the industrial firm.
It''s fair to say that our central heating systems are all fighting a losing battle because no sooner has our home's internal environment been warmed than draughts sweep it away and comfort levels are back to square one.
The Butterfly Dome, with its spherical envelope designed to provide the optimal internal environment for the world's most exotic butterfly species, will offer visitors a calm retreat from the hustle and bustle of the financial district.
Fahad Al Saadi, resources and institutional capabilities, assistant chancellor, HBMeU, said: "The university endeavors to regularly communicate and interact with the staff as part of continuing efforts to enhance the internal environment at HBMeU and ensure that its goals and objectives are aligned with the expectations of the staff and faculty members."