Organizing

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Organizing may refer to:

  • Community organizing, in which communities come together to act in their shared self-interest
  • Organizing (structure), the act of rearranging elements following one or more rules
  • Organizing (management), a process of coordinating task goals and activities to resources
  • Organizing Institute, a unit within the Organizing and Field Services Department of the American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO)
  • Organizing Knowledge Cognitively
  • Organizing model, a broad conception of organizations such as trade unions
  • Organizing principle, a core assumption from which everything else by proximity can derive a classification or a value
  • Organizing vision, a term developed by E. Burton Swanson and Neil Ramiller that defines how a vision is formed, a vision of how to organize structures and processes in regard to an information systems innovation
  • The Letters Organize, a five-piece band from Atlanta, Georgia that was signed to Nitro Records
  • Virginia Organizing, a non-partisan grassroots organization in the state of Virginia

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