reorientation


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reorientation

A change in direction or focus of a business in response to changing market conditions or in order to attract a different market.

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For this study, conducted during October-December 2016, we used as research subjects 18 first-year Bachelor's degree students (aged 19 to 21 years), 18 Master's Degree students (aged 23 to 25 years) and 18 teachers in the first year of professional reorientation (aged 39 to 41 years) and methods such as: bibliographic study, statistical-mathematical processing and graphical representation.
May we find a good future as distinctive Christians in all those simple daily acts of reorientation in the way of Jesus.
is because of this vote in France that I feel even more concerned, mobilized and involved in the reorientation of Europe," he said.
Dans ses conclusions declinees au cours de sa 26e session ordinaire, le conseil a appele a "l'acceleration, la reorientation de la strategie e-gov et la generalisation du recours a la dematerialisation des procedures notamment avec la creation d'une agence, rattachee au chef du gouvernement, qui sera chargee de veiller a la mise en coherence et a la supervision" de cette action.
The Russian government is also concerned by backwardness of the software sector (the telecom minister has pointed out that Russian IT productivity is 10-15 times lower than in foreign companies for this reason), and Armada has large-scale state orders, so we expect the government to help Armada achieve reorientation to software.
Plus le vote sera fort, plus la voix de la France sera forte, plus nous pourrons continuer a travailler a la reorientation de l'Europe", a-t-il plaide.
With the addition of a 180[degrees] axis 6 reorientation to the movement, the speed improvement grows to 25 percent, 0.
The article concludes that the development of collaborative, intersectoral approaches, the reorientation of public and private resources, and international leadership from academics, legislators, policy makers, practitioners and communities are necessary for this paradigm shift.
The sale is part of Conergya[euro](tm)s straA-tegic reorientation, its director of operations and sales, Alexander Gorski, said.
Coming to terms with crisis; disorientation and reorientation in the novels of Ian McEwan.
At the local level, the Reorientation Program consisted mainly of encouraging the Germans to hold Burgerversammlungen (town meetings), an innovation that was revolutionary for Germany.
The article, "A Systematic Review of the Research Base on Sexual Reorientation Therapies" (Serovich et al.