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Best Practices

The most effective and/or most ethical actions a professional, company or industry can take. For example, a company may be engaging in best practices when it makes an extra effort to establish an ongoing relationship with customers to encourage repeat business. Many professional organizations exist to promote best practices in their respective industries.
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Frost & Sullivan honored Asia's leading companies at its Asia-Pacific Best Practices Awards banquet held on 29 August at the Shangri-La Hotel in Singapore.
CWP's Big Book of Best Practice enables colleagues from across a large geographical footprint share ideas and implement best practice approaches inspired by other colleagues.
While best practices can be helpful for establishing efficient business processes, Dr.
Another example of ZBB as a best practice occurred during the first year of sequestration.
When researching this column, I came across numerous articles describing best practices in oral health care.
By trying to exceed industry standards and adopt best practices, the company may be held to a higher standard than would otherwise be the case, painting a bull's-eye on its back.
Best Practice 4: Designing and Planning Strategies for Rapid Execution.
Eventually the lenders' concerns and the experts' responses begin to look consistent and repetitive, and a best practice is born.
One is on the assessment of primary and secondary trauma by Sprang and Craig, and another is on the best practice for work with children exposed to trauma, by Kramer and colleagues.
* About half of the companies did not have an emergency preparedness plan in place for the company (Best Practice 1.4).
THE University of South Wales has to become a centre of excellence in the field of procurement and supply chain management after launching its Procurement Best Practice Academy.

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