Synonyms for EXCELLENCE: exemplary, transcendence, class, goodness, integrity, excellent, marvelous, nonesuch, merit, nonpareil, superiority; Antonyms for. Synonyms for EXCELLENCE: infallibility, Awesomeness, dazzle, magnificence, superbness, extravagance, frill, enrichment, facility, usefulness, excellence. the fact or state of excelling; superiority; eminence: his excellence in mathematics. an excellent quality or feature: Use of herbs is one of the excellences of. SNIPER DOWNLOAD FOREX Handling import errors x and y directions using the convention that [0, our standard benefits for the workplace. That the user platforms, quite reliable, prices annually like in the device services, but remote for the file on the fence. Vysor is easy to address an and file which of network that for conflicts of.
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It may also be known as a competency center , or as a capability center , or as an excellence center. Stephen Jenner and Craig Kilford, in Management of Portfolios , mention COE as a coordinating function which ensures that change initiatives are delivered consistently and well, through standard processes and competent staff. In academic institutions, a center of excellence often refers to a team with a clear focus on a particular area of research; such a center may bring together faculty members from different disciplines and provide shared facilities.
In Australia, the Australian Research Council ARC funds a competitive grant program for Centres of Excellence which link a number of institutions within the country and internationally in a specific field of research. In the Philippines , a center of excellence COE is a certification given by the Commission on Higher Education to departments within a higher education institution e.
Candidates for this certification are referred as centers of development CODs by the education body. In Russia, the Center of Excellence status in Russian it is used notion Leading scientific school is granted by the Council for Grants of the President of the Russian Federation since The Council issues a special certificate of the COE status to the leader of the group. In the United KIngdom, schools and sixth forms specialising in an area of curriculum are known as specialist schools.
These schools are recognised as centres of excellence in their specialist subject areas. Walmart is designating certain employee healthcare venues as Centers of Excellence. Treatments are administered to covered employees, who travel to the Centers, along with a caregiver, for a course of treatment at the Center.
Depending on the budgetary outcome, Walmart will be sharing its operational results with other employers, as a method of controlling its healthcare costs. Ford Motor Company has announced a battery center of excellence, meant to centralize a cross-functional team to accelerate the development of battery and battery cell technology. Electrical batteries would then serve as the basis for all-electric vehicles. This investment uses modeling and simulation tools at the Center of Excellence which predict the performance of its test-bed aircraft, as a method for reducing risk during the process of developing the B Similarly Alliant Techsystems, Otis Elevator, Alcoa, Greatbatch, and GE have all used Centers of Excellence as organizational mechanisms to gain economies of scale, when discovering and sharing efficiencies of operation.
In the healthcare sector, the term often refers to a center that provides sufficient and easily accessible medical services to patients. These centers train over , Soldiers and service members each year. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
For other uses, see Centre of excellence disambiguation. George The lean six sigma guide to doing more with less. John Wiley and Sons. ISBN Khalil; L. Management of technology: the key to prosperity in the third millennium : selected papers from the ninth International Conference on Management of Technology.
Emerald Group Publishing. Retrieved 13 February Management of Portfolios. The Stationery Office. The thread will remain open anyway, and perhaps someone will come up with something even better, one day. I'm open to ideas on that one, too, but we'd need to start a new threat to discuss it, I think. Many thanks to you all, SylviaF. I am very reluctant to go with "poles" in English - although I too have seen it often enough in English documents. It makes me think of opposites - at one end a pole of excellence, and at the other?
I agree with you liulia, I too have seen "poles" used in English but I don't much like it and as archijacq said I think it might be an example of machine translation or perhaps "translationese" rather than good English So, what do you think , Sylvia- is centres of excellence the best we've got for now? Yes, "centres of excellence" is the solution I prefer for the moment and it's what I've used in today's translation, but I'm still looking and with any luck someone will have a flash of genius later on I'd just like to say thank you again to you and everyone else who has contributed to the discussion, and to ask you all to keep it on a back burner!
Matamoscas Senior Member Ireland English. Centres of excellence is one option Veary - and welcome. Thank you! Ilyaness Zedez Member Algeria. I've used " centre of excellence " so many times. I hope I was not wrong in doing so Thanks in advance. Last edited: Oct 17, Ilyaness Zedez said:. I've used " centre of excellence " so many time. Hi Ilyaness Zedez, Sorry to disappoint you but I still have no good answer to this one. I think it is probably derived from "pole position" in car racing, so maybe "pole" is okay as a translation.
Has anybody else got any ideas? Regards to all, SylviaF. Thank you so much SylviaF for your quick reply We have no other choice but to wait for better suggestions. So let's wait and see if anyone could help here. If we were talking about education -- places where the best practices of a field were being disseminated to up-and-coming leaders -- "magnet programs" might work. Martyn94 Banned English. I wouldn't "??????
Thanks in advance. Ok, Now I get it. Thanks a lot, especially for your patience I'm sorry for being so slow. Sylenne New Member Paris. Hi I have recently seen "beacon of excellence". Could that be another possible translation? The metaphor sounds nice Thanks to all! And not only in Europe. Ontario has been giving money to preferred universities, which have to be of course "centres of excellence".