Key words that begin with the letter O
by Phil Bartle
An objective is derived from a goal. An objective is “SMART” (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic, and Time-bound).
It must be finite, verifiable, quantifiable, and have a completion date.
Català: objectiu, Deutsch: Zielvorgabe, Ελληνικά: στοχοσ, English: objective, Español: objectivo, Français: objectif, Italiano: obbiettivo, Português: objectivo, Pуccкий: Объективность, Srpski: cilj, Türkçe: amaç, 中文 (Zhōngwén): 目标
Like a value free observation or a frictionless space, this concept is an ideal rather than a condition that exists in reality.
To be human is to have values, pre-existing beliefs, expectations and perspectives
Català: objectivitat, Deutsch: Objektivität, Ελληνικά: αντικειμενικοτητα, English: objectivity, Español: objetividad, Français: l'objectivité, Italiano: obbiettivita', Português: objetividade, Pуccкий: Объективность, Srpski: objektivnost, Türkçe: tarafsızlık, 中文 (Zhōngwén): 客观性
The word "organize" means to arrange a set of people into different roles, functions, and responsibilities, so that the whole organizationcan function as a whole.
A trade union organizes them into a union, which has more power (by being organized) than the collection of unorganized labourers. Related to the word "organ."
Your job is to organize a community based executive to act for and under the control of the whole community.
Organizing and mobilizing go together and can be called social animation.
Català: organitzar, Deutsch: Organisieren, Ελληνικά: οργανωνω, English: organize, Español: organizar, Français: organisez, Italiano: organizzare, Português: organizar, Srpski: organizovati, Türkçe: organıze, 中文 (Zhōngwén): 进行组织
Level of organization belongs to one of the sixteen elements of strength, power or capacity of a community or organization. See: Elements of Community Strength.
The degree to which different members of the community see themselves as each having a role in supporting the whole (in contrast to being a mere collection of separate individuals), including (in the sociological sense) organizational integrity, structure, procedures, decision making processes, effectiveness, division of labour and complementarity of roles and functions.
The more organized, or more effectively organized, is a community or organization, the more capacity or strength it has.
When stimulating a community to organize and act, the mobilizer needs to be aware of the role of level and effectiveness of organization in empowering that community ororganization.
Català: organització, Deutsch: organization, Ελληνικά: οργανωση, English: organization, Español: organización, Français: organisent, Italiano: organizzazione, Português: organização, Pyccкий: организация, Srpski: organizacija, Türkçe: organızasyon, 中文 (Zhōngwén): 组织
OUTCOME & OUTPUT
Outcome: The results and consequences (eg effect on a community) of implementing a project. Not the same as "output." Not as indirect as "impact."
Output: Whatever is produced by a project (we hope that the objectives are achieved as outputs). Not the same as “outcome.”
Català: resultats i rendiment, Deutsch: Auswirkung & Output, Ελληνικά: εκβαση και προϊον, English: outcome and output, Español: resultados y rendimiento, Français: résultats et sortie, Italiano: outcome e output, Português: resultado e produção, Srpski: rezultat, Türkçe: sonuç & çıkış, 中文 (Zhōngwén): 最终结果和产物
The phrase "owing to" means some amount of cash or other resource is expected to be paid in the future.
In a micro-enterprise scheme, you can speak of money due to the bank as being "owing to" the bank.
Do not use the phrase, "owing to," when you mean, "because of."
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