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I am interested in success coaching and training, and talk about 'implementation' as meaning 'putting into action what you know needs to be done'. For example, if you buy a training program on marketing, you want to implement what you learn or you've wasted your money. The word 'implementation' has an IT connection. What definition would you put on 'implementation' as I mean it? (talk) 18:27, 10 March 2008 (UTC)

I noticed alot about the implementation hasnt been done :/

All politics is divided into three parts? ;)[edit]

The Implementation page stated: " his process consists of rule-making, rule- administration and rule-adjudication. Factors impacting implementation include the legislative intent, the administrative capacity of the implementing bureaucracy, interest group activity and op "

Is it true that political implementation is a system having only three funcs, those being make{R}. administer(R), and adjuducate(R) ?

Is R the radius, the radians, the 'trigger-no-metric' function? As in, the "new angle", wherein each particular is "new" as compared to all existing particulars?

Make(R) presumably is the generator of the objects of the category 'political' ? Or, in functional programming, maybe it is the generator of the functions rather than of the objects?

Polling particulars in order to arrive at an explicitation of an explication of politics might explain why polling is sometimes considered a pollitical thing to do? Does polling contract to poling, like it would in G. Spencer Brown's laws of form?

Knotwork 00:46, 28 August 2006 (UTC)

Critique of Idea of Implementation[edit]

I propose to add a sentence relating to the critique which challenges the very idea that implementation is possible. Lucy Suchman's book "plans and situated action" on IT engineers is widely accepted and referenced in this respect.Ingmar.lippert (talk) 11:47, 10 January 2012 (UTC)


Different problems with the references: 1) All of them states reference1 (for future adding?) 2) reflist bad formed 3) reference name Laudon in the reference section. --Solde9 (talk) 22:52, 10 July 2011 (UTC)