Definition of Terms
Abstraction in this context is a result of drawing an analogy between and/or removing certain features of practices allowing concentration on the features they do share, so that the person can see the commonality – an analogy is stronger when the two objects compared have a greater number of significant points in common and weaker when they have a greater number of significant points of difference. That is, the result separates what’s important from what’s not from practices and leads the person to discover the fundamental relations at work and adopt the interested characteristics to affect the purpose of the assumed practice.
Actual Behavior in this context is an act of the moral, religious, social, scientific, commercial, and economic relations of any particular person.
Activity in this context is what a person is doing to carry out an indicated task specifying specific results.
Administration in this context is a work activity relating to managing and supervising assets and/or information. It is an ability to direct, couch, decide, assist, support, delegate, provide, maintain, monitor, update, and/or budget their operations, programs, mundane tasks, and/or quality data.
Alignment in this context is a results wherein a practice is directed to support another practice. That is, the practice is in accordance with balancing another practice.
Alliance in this context is an environment that models the assumed practice with political stability and reliable security needed against unpleasant conditions. It helps a person to build relationship and interdependence with others to achieve results.
Assessment is a process of gathering information about the circumstances that influence an individual’s behavior. The process helps in determining what is triggering the behavior, what is maintaining (or reinforcing) the behavior as well as identifying the context of the behavior. It setup, help, and support self-managed teams mature in their workplace adapted to meet the needs of their own unique situation.
Attribute Information in this context is a database containing our personal, programmatic, and work practice activities subdivided into manageable files in which we can change and evolve in our practices. It is a kind of setting that holds a great deal of promise, for it can conceivably lighten difficult tasks into the realm of possibilities; it never decreases; and it always increases with use. Another, it is constantly updated throughout the lifetime of Quoth as knowledge requirements change. It has to be created with goals.