an organized group of dancers who rehearse and perform together. Also known as a side. Teams may be all-male, all-female, or mixed. There is a certain amount of carping about which of these formats is traditional, and therefore correct. Recent history argues for men only as dancers, but older historical records suggest that women have always been involved
A group of employees that operates with a significant degree of interdependence in producing a product or providing a service, and shares some degree of authority for its own self-management in work and administrative matters. Team members work jointly to produce a product or service and are mutually accountable for performance. The group is also known as a self-directed team, self-managed team, or a semi-autonomous work group.
A collection of people and machines who participate in the Arusha Project. If the team is mostly just a collection of machines, then we call it a `site'. An example of a team that is just a collection of people (no machines) would be one where diverse people around the world collaborate on one or more packages, but have no common machines.
A group of users who share and collaborate on business records in the system. A team can consist of members who report to a single business unit (such as all sales or all customer service) or members who report to different business units (salespeople, customer service representatives, and accounting representatives).
Most often arbitrary organisational unit on department level. Several workers are being put in a team so they can have a team leader. Logical. The teams rarely have anything to do with the work process itself, it just means a division into certain work steps performed step by step by a specific group of workers...
producer modeled as a cohesive group of roles (or aggregation of component teams) that collaborates to perform the tasks comprising the workflows that produce a cohesive collection of work products. Contrast with role and tool.
a dedicated group of people committed to providing the armed services community a valuable benefit to supplement military income as an integral part of members' overall military pay and benefits package
a group in which the jobs and skills of each member fit in with those of others, as - to take a very mechanical and static analogy - in a jigsaw puzzle pieces fit together without distortion and together produce some overall pattern
a group of scientists, educators, film makers, and environmentalists that are committed to protecting marine life while addressing the socio-economic repercussions of conservation within the communities that depend on marine resources
A group of mental health professionals of different disciplines to democratically share expertise and develop a comprehensive therapeutic plan of action for clients. A client may be considered a member of a team.
Throughout the handbook this term is used to refer to the group of professionals who work with the youth in a given arts program—arts administrators, artists, probation officers, social workers, and educators. Note: The youth themselves are key to the team process, providing input on the arts activities, the exhibitions, and the performances. Their feedback during the art sessions and during the formal evaluation is essential information, used to determine what works and what does not work in the arts programs.
Refers to the group of individuals who get together at least once a year to discuss the students IEP and transition plan. TEAM members often include the student, parent, special educator, regular educator, related services personnel (e.g., occupational therapist, physical therapist, speech therapist, recreation therapist), school psychologist, education Team Liaison, and others)
That group of persons who participate or manage the participation in the product development project. Frequently each team member represents a function, department, or specialty, and together they provide the full set of capabilities needed to complete the project, in which case they are referred to as a multifunctional team.
A number of persons associated together in work or activity. A team of health care professionals pools the talents of individuals to help the patient or client achieve the best result. [Click Here To Return To List
A team comprises any group of people or animals linked in a common purpose. A group in itself does not necessarily constitute a team. There are however many components that make up a team like manager and agents.
A simultaneous interpretation team is made up of two, or sometimes three interpreters, depending on the language and subject matter. The essential qualities of an interpretation team are competence, teamwork, and mutual assistance.
A match is played by two teams, each consisting of not more than 11 players, one of whom is the goalkeeper. A match may not start if either team consists of fewer than seven players. Up to a maximum of three substitutes may be used in any official competition.
Details ] [ ] In Davenport Translations, team and league for which he played. At this time, for players who played for more than one team in a season, the order shown is not necessarily correct. The leagues are as follows: N signifies the National Association of 1871-1875 and the National League of 1876-present. A is for both the American Association (1882-1891, a major league, separate from the later minor league of the same name) and the 1901-present American League. U is the Union Association of 1884, P the Players League of 1890, and F the Federal League of 1914-15. Otherwise (as in the PECOTA cards), Team is the three letter abbreviation for the team in question.
Each team has a coach and four players; two men and two women. Teams may name local alternates and substitute those players should a regular team member become injured during a match. Players are permitted to play in three sets per match.
A royalty or privilege granted by royal charter to a lord of a manor, of having, keeping, and judging in his court, his bondmen, neifes, and villains, and their offspring, or suit, that is, goods and chattels, and appurtenances thereto.
Main article: cycling team A team of professional cyclists. Usually one rider will be the team leader and the others will support him, though the team itself will be comprised of a mix of riders from the various specialisations.[ edit
a nation-wide network comprised of some of the brightest business consultants with combined backgrounds in marketing, finance, brokering, investment banking, law, business development, graphic arts and web site development
The portion of a task that is running on a single processor. Initially, a task consists of only one team, but if necessary, a task may be divided among more than one processor, and the portion of each task running on a processor is called a team. The operating system may schedule up to 16 teams from different tasks on a single processor. Each processor provides counters and other hardware resources on a per-team basis. A team consists of a set of virtual processors, executing on behalf of a single program.