While it is tempting to get caught up in the individual successes or frustrations of a given legislative or political season, taking the long view
of career and technical education shows great successes in communities across the country.
Again, taking the long view
has paid off for the cosmetics and fragrance company, and its 1990 performance is hitting record levels.
What s more, taking the long view
has kept us on track to return to budgetary balance in 2015, as promised, with an expected surplus of $3.
Also, by pointing out the impressive cumulative achievements of humanity over centuries of time (what he called "the long-term multifold trend"), Kahn embodied another important futurist virtue: taking the long view
, not demanding, or even promising, quick results.
Taking the long view
means a number of things for producers and companies.
So instead of taking the long view
and buying good land that would eventually produce high quality timber (look to the French and their magnificent oak forests), the FC trapped itself into having to find trees that would grow on acid upland soils.
Both the symphonies are here, the First in a patiently-constructed reading from a conductor (Sir Bernard Haitink with the Philharmonia Orchestra) used to taking the long view
in great Wagnerian spans; here the opening movement has the clicking tension of a Walkure prelude, brass consummatory, in a reading less brittle than some more Gallic interpretations.
Coach Phil Jackson, taking the long view
, figures he will need Richmond and Brian Shaw later in the season and is more concerned about keeping them fresh than having them be productive.
The product clearly appeals to investors unsettled by the recent chaos on the world's stock markets but still taking the long view
Sleeper says that taking the long view
of retailing's future has helped AccessVia to deliver products that are agile enough to integrate with technologies just now on the horizon.