The above-described technical background has paved the way for a substantial increase in the role of engineering competence and human shortcomings
The best managers use self-evaluation to identify areas for development clearly and honestly in reports and, even more importantly, they take action to address identified shortcomings
through performance management and by setting challenging targets for improvement for the whole school and for teachers or departments.
Knowing its shortcomings
as a measure of market structure, correction methods are used to remedy these shortcomings
Among other things, it documents the shortcomings
in American law enforcement, intelligence, leadership, and congressional oversight.
By examining the potential reasons for the lack of praise, supervisors can learn where their shortcomings
may lie and how they can become more praise-conscious.
AS SATISFYING AS MCKENZIE'S BOOK IS, it has some puzzling shortcomings
In some instances, a banking organization with some limited specific shortcoming
in its CRA performance has been allowed to expand if it has made specific commitments to the Board of Governors to address that shortcoming
The follow-up to McWhorter's Losing the Race--as opposed to his pop-linguistics book, The Power of Babel--Authentically Black suffers from the same shortcoming
as Losing the Race, which is to say, Mcwhorter's almost radical inability to meaningfully apply any concepts gleaned from his day-job as a linguist to his sideline as a neo-conservative talking head.
There are of course ways to get around this shortcoming
The absence of records of when pest control was implemented in the respective farms was one recurring shortcoming
This failure to find out what happens when the rubber meets the road is, as we never tire of pointing out, a common shortcoming