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evaluation

A study of potential property uses, but not value.

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With this increased attention, a practical issue many companies are facing is how to evaluate the effectiveness of their internal auditors.
Auditors need to obtain an understanding of the methods and assumptions a specialist uses, make appropriate tests of data provided to the specialist and evaluate whether the specialist's findings support the related financial statement assertions.
The purpose of the study described in this article was to evaluate the use of flexible esophagoscopy as part of routine panendoscopy in the academic otolaryngology setting.
visual information comprehension skills that permit understanding of such visual messages as color coding, representation of risk, or disease processes); or 6) evaluate the different strategies and channels available, including the role of information technologies, that enable consumers to seek, access, and interpret relevant health information effectively, and how these may differ by cultural and health literacy backgrounds (e.
An individual teacher could ask a colleague to evaluate the teacher and the teachers' students using the MTNA Studio Festival Program (in addition to the students' evaluations, the evaluator could complete a written/oral assessment of the teachers' work--all for an appropriate fee paid to the evaluator).
Having the opportunity to use all of the projectors on the same day, in the same type of classroom, and evaluate ease of setup gave the committee a clearer idea about which projector met their needs.
Only then will the board have a reasonable picture against which to measure a current leader's performance, and upon which to evaluate the core competencies needed in a new leader.
The quicker it can evaluate collection policies and inventory levels and rationalize fixed assets to the new strategy, the quicker that liquidity-enhancing transactions can be completed.
Key proposals on auditor responsibilities to test controls and evaluate internal control deficiencies.
To evaluate the various functions of the organization, the leadership charters various teams, quality-management boards, or committees to assist with assessing the organization and making recommendations for improvement.
It is understandable why insurance company executives want to evaluate the performance of the individuals responsible for managing the company's assets.