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Meaning of premortem from wikipedia

- a pre-mortem — also known as a premortem — is a managerial strategy in which a manager imagines that a project or organization has failed,
- in 2009 they donated the greater part of their life’s work to the berlin akademie der künste in a kind of pre-mortem bequest
- this research was subsequently incorporated in army doctrine for command and control he presented a premortem method of risk ****essment
- lorelei, however, is captured by red john, whom she refused to name to jane, breaking a promise she had made, and reads a pre-mortem
- last1 herrmann , first1 joshi , title how to avoid a work crisis with a 'pre-mortem' , url http://www. standard. co. crisis-with-a-premortem-9356225.
- this system encourages dowry perhaps due to the exclusion of the bride's family after marriage as a form of premortem inheritance for
- could ****ist clinicians in making a positive clinical diagnosis of ad pre-mortem and aid in the development of novel anti-amyloid therapies.
- diagnosed premortem , journal neurology , volume 36 , issue 12 , pages 1610–4 , date december 1986 , pmid 3785678 , doi 10.1212/wnl.36.12.1610 ).
- there were usually compensatory payments to minimize the inequality of this pre-mortem transmission of property from one generation to the next.
- on march 21, the bodies of mildred and susan jackson were discovered in a forest near annapolis, showing signs of torture and pre-mortem