The Organization Sample Clauses

The Organization. The mission of The Corning Museum of Glass (the Museum) is to inspire people to see glass in a new light. The Museum engages its visitors and the community through the art, history, and science of glass. This involves building, stewarding and promoting the world’s foremost collection of objects representing the art, history and science of glass, and supporting the library of record on those subjects, for a broad range of current and new Museum visitors, artists and researchers. The Museum displays the glass and library collections in permanent exhibitions and arranges temporary exhibitions that draw attention to particular aspects of the art and history of glass. In doing so, the Museum maintains an international reputation for scholarship and research on glass. The Museum also presents permanent exhibitions of glass science and technology that educate and engage visitors of all ages in the stories of historic innovations and future applications of glass and glass-related materials. In order to deepen visitors’ understanding of glass and its properties, the Museum provides unique opportunities to view glass artists creating new works, as well as offers an opportunity for visitors to experience glassmaking firsthand through creative engagements in the Studio.
The Organization. Unigear is a young and dynamic company which is specialized in conceptual merchandise. The company was founded in 1997 and it is active in university merchandise for the majority of university towns in the Netherlands and Belgium. Clothes with logos of the universities are the most recognizable products. Besides the clothing Unigear also provides a wide range of gifts and promotional items for conferences and events of the relevant university. The head office and their storage is situated in Raamsdonksveer and they have 2 point of sales in Utrecht, 2 stores in Antwerp and 10 web shops in overall.
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The Organization. The starting point of the coaching programme is to frame the purpose or objectives (Sherman & Freas, 2004). The coaching methodology should support and advance important goals. To succeed the coaching programme need support from senior management and visible links to the learning outcomes and/or business imperatives (Sherman & Freas, 2004). Very little else is reported in the literature on the role of the organization in the success (or failure) of coaching interventions. In the light of the focus of this paper of corporate control over knowledge, culture and strategy, I digress briefly to highlight a need for further research into the link between coach selection and the organization.
The Organization. The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation (the “Foundation”) is a private foundation incorporated in 1966 as a non-profit 501(c)(3) charitable organization. The Foundation’s grantmaking activities are concentrated in the program areas of education, environment, performing arts, gender equity and governance, U.S. democracy, and advancing the field of philanthropy. More detailed information regarding the Foundation’s charitable activities can be obtained from the Foundation’s website at
The Organization. Advance Albany County Alliance Local Development Corporation (the Corporation) was formed in November 2020 to relieve and reduce unemployment in Albany County (the County), promote and provide additional adult employment in the County, maintain adult job opportunities in the County, and to carry on scientific distribution of grants to qualifying small businesses in the County. Since its inception, the Corporation has substantially been supported by grants from the County.
The Organization. The Auditor-General of South Africa (AGSA) is the supreme audit institution (SAI) of South Africa. It is the only institution which, by law, has to audit and report on how the government is spending the South African taxpayersmoney. This has been the focus of the AGSA as an institution since its inception in 1911. When the country’s new Constitution came into effect in 1994, the role and responsibilities of the organisation were expanded even further to enable the institution to fulfil its constitutional mandate.The AGSA is a “chapter 9” institution because its mandate is outlined in chapter 9 (sections 181 and 188) of the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa. The AGSA annually produces audit reports on all government departments, public entities, municipalities and public institutions. In addition to these entity-specific reports, the audit outcomes are analysed in general reports that cover both the Public Finance Management Act (PFMA) and Municipal Finance Management Act (MFMA) cycles. Reports on discretionary audits, performance audits and other special audits are also produced. Our visionTo be recognised by all our stakeholders as a relevant SAI that enhances public sector accountability. Our reputation promise/missionThe AGSA has a constitutional mandate and, as the SAI of South Africa, exists to strengthen our country’s democracy by enabling oversight, accountability and governance in the public sector through auditing, thereby building public confidence. Our values• We value, respect and recognise our people• Our accountability is clear and personal• We are performance driven• We value and own our reputation• We work effectively in teams• We are proud to be South African Independence and transparencyThe AGSA not only has to audit and report on the financial management in the public sector, but also has to do so in a manner that will enable the legislature (parliamentarians) to call the executive (cabinet ministers) to account for how they dealt with taxpayers’ money. Explaining how the public can be sure that the AGSA is indeed fulfilling its mandate and remains independent, former Auditor-General Terence Nombembe said: “Although we audit the public sector, we are not part of it. In 1993 we gained autonomy and were set apart from the public sector, so we are not bound by any public service rules and regulations. The Constitution also ensures our independence. We are legally, financially and operationally independent. We are governed by ou...
The Organization. Your role as a volunteer is as a Relief Worker for FOOD FOR LIFE GLOBAL from (date)_________ to _. This work is designed to enable FOOD FOR LIFE GLOBAL tomaintain its current food relief services. FOOD FOR LIFE GLOBAL commits to the following: