sternad

ster·nad

(ster'nad),
In a direction toward the sternum.

sternad

(stĕr′năd) [Gr. sternon, chest]
Toward the sternum.
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Using the TAM, Sternad and Bobek (2013) carried out an analysis of a company's enterprise resource planning (ERP) system.
In an interview with Jennifer Flores Sternad, the artists explain the driving force of their initiatives:
The disinvestment of products/product lines, withdrawing from markets, selling parts of the business, closure of plants or production sites are examples of resizing actions (Latham, 2009; Sternad, 2012).
Sternad Gradisar and Bobek (2011) examined a wide range of external factors that could influence the intention to use an ERP system, including technological innovativeness, computer anxiety, computer self-efficacy, computer experience, data quality, system performance, user manual helpfulness, ERP functionality and business processes fit, social influence, ERP support, ERP communication and ERP training.
The variability reflected exploratory behaviour and the nervous system's ability to create muscle synergies to satisfy the demand of RT running (Muller & Sternad, 2008).
Right, Ralf Sternad holds Jimi Hendrix's 'Westerner' hat at the new exhibition at Handel House Museum
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And Hyperion executive Michael Sternad offers advice about how to excel at strategic planning.
Ken Sternad, a company spokesman, responded that because the company pays high wages to full-time workers, it needs to use part-time workers to stay coMmpetitive with other shipping companies.
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Because of the tubes' properties and their application, participants were not able to co-vary by assembling other and more functional coordination patterns and, thus, control the altered forces (Muller and Sternad, 2009).
Michael Sternad is Chief Strategy Office at Hyperion and is responsible for positioning the company for growth and advancement.