Analyzing Sample Clauses

Analyzing. You can't stand to leave your mother!" I-Statements have Three Parts
Analyzing. In this phase, we focus on bringing together the information that was gained in the first phase and working to create definable scenarios and options.

Related to Analyzing

  • Developing Educator Plan shall mean a plan developed by the Educator and the Evaluator for one school year or less for an Educator without Professional Teacher Status (PTS); or, at the discretion of an Evaluator, for an Educator with PTS in a new assignment.

  • Feasibility Each of the Project Budget, the Project Schedule and the Disbursement Schedule is realistic and feasible.

  • Outcomes Provider’s services will result in the following:

  • Strategies The ESC will seek to achieve employment stability strategies as follows: - current and multi-year strategies should be developed within the resources available. Such strategies could include, but not necessarily be limited to, planning, retraining, identifying ways of determining employees= skills, training and experience previously achieved, early retirement, voluntary exit programs, alternative assignment, secondment, employee career counselling, job sharing, job trading, job shadowing, and professional development; - discussions between the parties which explore these possible strategies would assist in the development of appropriate enhancements to Employment Stability; - data which is relevant to employment stability shall be made available to both parties.

  • Monitoring In each case in which the Foreign Custody Manager maintains Foreign Assets with an Eligible Foreign Custodian selected by the Foreign Custody Manager, the Foreign Custody Manager shall establish a system to monitor (i) the appropriateness of maintaining the Foreign Assets with such Eligible Foreign Custodian and (ii) the contract governing the custody arrangements established by the Foreign Custody Manager with the Eligible Foreign Custodian. In the event the Foreign Custody Manager determines that the custody arrangements with an Eligible Foreign Custodian it has selected are no longer appropriate, the Foreign Custody Manager shall notify the Board in accordance with Section 3.2.5 hereunder.

  • Problem Solving A Joint Committee for the purpose of providing a forum for the submission, exchange and consideration of various matters of interest affecting the ongoing relationship between the Board and the Association. Each party shall appoint three (3) representatives.

  • Budgeting The budget set out in the Consortium Plan shall be valued in accordance with the usual accounting and management principles and practices of the respective Parties.

  • Product Development If Licensee exercises its option, Licensee shall use its reasonable efforts to test, develop the PRODUCT for commercial purposes through the world. On or before January 1 of each year during the term of this Agreement, commencing January 1, 1998, Licensee shall submit to USC a report detailing its research, regulatory approval, marketing and product development objectives the coming year as well as the research, regulatory approval, marketing and development activities which Licensee undertook during the preceding year. The reports shall identify specific future milestones (regulatory approval and product development) and information demonstrating that the Licensee is providing sufficient financial and manpower resources to evidence its use of reasonable efforts. Within six (6) months after the signing of this Agreement and each two (2) years thereafter, a representative of the Office of Patent and Copyright Administration of USC, at Licensee's expense (including transportation, and, if appropriate, lodging and meals), shall visit the manufacturing and marketing facilities of Licensee and be presented with an in-depth updating of the manufacturing capability and marketing network of Licensee.

  • Forecasting Manager and Sprint PCS will work cooperatively to generate mutually acceptable forecasts of important business metrics that they agree upon. The forecasts are for planning purposes only and do not constitute either party's obligation to meet the quantities forecast.