Needs Sample Clauses

Needs. A series of needs to enhance the movement of information in the Pioneer Valley region have been identified and are summarized in Table 14-7. These needs have been categorized as immediate, future and ongoing. Ongoing needs are areas that may already be considered as part of an existing program that will require to be updated as part of existing planning efforts or analyzed for inclusion as part of a transportation improvement project.Immediate needs will require attention in the short term to advance transportation planning studies and projects. Future needs are considered equally important but will be advanced over a slightly longer timeframe.Table 14-7 – Summary of Needs to Enhance the Movement of Information Expansion of the existing ITS infrastructure in the region.OngoingImprove distribution and access of real-time highway and transit information.OngoingCoordinate efficient use of existing rights of way to house communication infrastructure.OngoingEducate communities on the advantages of ITS and improve the use of ITS in the region.OngoingImprove Incident Management on Major Routes.OngoingIncrease public and community involvement in the transportation planning process.OngoingImprove the availability of high speed internet and wireless communication access in the region.ImmediateDevelop and implement policies on automated vehicles.Immediate
Needs. The Members recognize that the fire and building safety problems that have historically beset the Bangladeshi apparel and garment industry are widespread, complex and systemic. Accordingly, certain of the Members have committed a combination of direct funding and access to capital, spread out over five years, for the purpose of funding necessary company-led improvements designed to impact significantly factory fire and building safety within Bangladesh. Alliance Members are keenly aware that they have a critical role to play in improving the lives of RMG industry garment workers in Bangladesh. The Members also believe that in order to be lasting and significant, those changes must be made in concert with parallel efforts on the part of the garment Factory owners themselves, the Bangladeshi government, the BGMEA/BKMEA, and international buyers generally. To support the Alliance effort, Members will employ two primary funding components - one collectively and one building upon new and ongoing Member-specific initiatives.
Needs. All employees should, through various measures, be given opportunities to develop the skills needed for new or changing tasks. It should also be kept in mind that individual employees have their own ideas about their own and the company’s development needs, e.g., on how to develop knowledge and abilities that can in the long term benefit both the individual and the company. Development at work is the outcome of combinations of measures in such areas as work content, work organisation, technical support and skills.
Needs. 11 Improvement in any element of Standards 1-5. The Principal may refer a permanent employee to PAR when the Summative Evaluation Report contains one (1) Unsatisfactory or two (2) Needs 12 Improvement in any element of Standards 1-6 and Standard 7. 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28
Needs. Following the sequence of thinking, we are aware of that it is not sufficient merely referring to the standpoint from company if they want obtain the sustainable development in the market. It is also necessary to research the problems from the customer’s aspect. Thus, another book, Consumer Behavior co-wrote by Martin Evans, Ahmad Jamal and Gordon Foxall is worthy since it helps the managers of a company to well understanding the customers in many aspects that customers are very important for the survival of a company in the market. This book was also a literature in the past academic semester of us and we will well use the theory from it depending on acquired knowledge by us from it. As mentioned above, we choose needs which is defined as that understanding of customer need is one of the major underpinning constructs of the marketing concepts. (Evans, Jamal, Foxall, p.3) Regarding this choice, we had compared with another important concept of marketing that is attitude. The reason that we finally use needs instead of attitude is that by explaining the needs not only could help Geely Auto being market-orientated but also we argue in this paper that it will make Geely initiatively to dominant the future market using a strategic position by thoroughly understanding the requirements from automobile market. This is well related to our aim to examine the influence of innovative products for sustainable development. Whereas, we consider that the attitude merely reflect the perception of existing products on market from customer.
Needs. Production Office: ☐Yes ☐No Dates: Dressing Rooms: ☐Yes ☐No / How Many: Dates: Hair/Makeup: ☐Yes ☐No Dates: Wardrobe Room: ☐Yes ☐No Dates: Green Room: ☐Yes ☐No Dates: Caterer: ☐Yes ☐No (If yes is it): ☐TruckDrop Off Dates: Craft Service: ☐Yes ☐No Dates: Offsite Parking: ☐Yes ☐No / How Many: Dates: Any Additional Notes / Requests Not Listed: Line 204 is a NON-SMOKING facility
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Needs. Taking an innovation from the research bench to the market is a long, uncertain, and daunting process. Success depends on the long-term commitment of persons willing to risk-take. The industry can be a voracious consumer. Biomedicine companies at every stage of their growth have on-going need for • Intellectual Talent,• Capital,• Patient Investors, and• Management Acumen. Intellectual TalentThe “raw material” of biomedicine, intellectual talent, is a commodity most abundant at the university. Opportunities multiply when the interests of talented graduate students, post-docs, and faculty dovetail with those of business. There is a myth that is widely held among scholars, as well as among laypersons, that “science” and “technology” define two quite separate and different cultures. Science is what academics do, and scientists openly publish and otherwise communicate their findings. Technology is what business firms or profit-oriented private inventors do, and they patent their successes. There is a related myth that the relationship between science and technology is one where technologists draw freely on public science that was created with no notion at all as to its likely uses in the development of technology. The problem with these two myths is that they are largely myths. In fact, the worlds of science and technology are, in many fields, closely intertwined. Much of “science” is done with the express purpose of illuminating various areas of possible “technology” development…The intertwining of science and technology is particularly prevalent…in the arena of medical research and innovation. 9CapitalForecasting when a technology is ready for the leap from laboratory to commercial applications is imprecise and always costly. On average, biomedicine companies earmark 50 percent of their revenues to R&D, a level of investment considerably greater than most U.S. industry groups. Because of the huge cost of innovation – a typical new pharmaceutical may require a 7-9 year R&D horizon and consume $400 million – only the largest firms can continue to keep devising new products and putting them through the uncertainties of years-long development. For much of the past two years, as other technology sectors collapsed, biotech stocks remained buoyant and investment money flowed because investors believed that biotechnology was different. While telecom firms suffered from a glut of bandwidth and dot-coms struggled to find profitable business models, the market for new m...