Definition of Organisations. Meaning of Organisations. Synonyms of Organisations

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Definition of Organisations

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Meaning of Organisations from wikipedia

- An organization, or organisation (Commonwealth English; see spelling differences) is an entity, such as a company, an institution, or an ****ociation, comprising...
- Development Organisations. "Public Administration and Development." 13(5), pp. 453–474. Anheier, H. and Themudo, N. (2002) Organisational forms of global...
- various paramilitary organisations in Ireland throughout the 20th and the 21st centuries. The late twentieth century organisation is known as the Provisional...
- number of national governments and two international organisations have created lists of organisations that they designate as terrorist. The following list...
- June 2013, page 9. "Articles on the Responsibility of International Organisations". legal.un.org. Retrieved 21 August 2019. Bouw****s, Stephen (1 January...
- Confederation of Labour and Industrial Workers of the World, left their organisations and joined the Communist International. In the Spanish Civil War, anarchists...
- Hinduism is practiced and preached by many Hindu organisations, each of which follows the variants and perspectives of all or particular philosophy propagated...
- behavior Political psychology Biology and political orientation Political organisations Foreign electoral intervention Subseries Electoral systems Elections...
- Group Conservation Volunteers New Zealand Environment and Conservation Organisations of Aotearoa New Zealand Live Ocean Native Forest Restoration Trust New...
- or preventing cross-organisational communication. Many traditional, large (especially governmental or transnational) organisations have, or risk falling...
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