Insurers "voiced concern about the lack of existing evidence regarding what the definition of value
in serving this diverse community of patients/members is," Goodman writes.
For value engineering to succeed, a more precise and appropriate definition of value
Then one day as I walked into the office I happened to look at the J&J Credo, which is painted beautifully on the wall, and it occurred to me that the best definition of value
creation lay within the Credo.
As such, it is never a fact but always an opinion of the worth of a property at a given time in accordance with the specific definition of value
In the second phrase of the next paragraph, this definition of value
The concept of wealth relates directly to your definition of value
Although store brands and private label SKUs have long been purchased for price reasons -- and touted as such -- a broader definition of value
has emerged in recent years.
Retailers need to constantly assess the definition of value
across their consumer segments, too, and explore ways to deliver this through products and packaging, says Lacroix.
This definition of value
provides for a specific buyer (investor) who may bring his or her own benefits and requirements to the transaction.
In a digital, 24/7 world, where personalisation is increasing and consumers have a new definition of value
, the trust that people have in both brands and the organisation behind them is more important than ever.
The Guide Note states, "An analysis and opinion of exposure time is required for appraisals where the definition of value
is tied to a reasonable or stipulated exposure time.
Using this basic definition of value
, Rand went on to observe and integrate many additional truths that led her to discover the objective standard of moral value, which is the requirements of man's life.