The degree to which something is successful in producing a desired result; success,
The degree to which something is successful in producing a desired result; success
the effectiveness of the treatment
power to be effective; the quality of being able to bring about an effect
potency: capacity to produce strong physiological or chemical effects; "the toxin's potency"; "the strength of the drinks"
(effective) exerting force or influence; "the law is effective immediately"; "a warranty good for two years"; "the law is already in effect (or in force)"
(effective) existing in fact; not theoretical; real; "a decline in the effective demand"; "confused increased equipment and expenditure with the quantity of effective work done"
(effective) ready for service; "the fort was held by about 100 effective soldiers"
(Effective) Date means the date on which the Services commence.
(EFFECTIVE) A TASER® X26C can be conveniently discharged to work anywhere on the body, unlike other conventional weapons with a specified target area. This makes the TASER® X26C more effective self-defense option by making it easier to stop a threat under an already stressful situation. ...
(Effective) A situation where an administered drug is successful in attaining its purpose.
(Effective) All participants should be satisfied that the process can achieve the goals of the mandate. This does not mean that participants will always agree with the final advice, outcome or recommendation. Processes must be cost-effective, and respect realistic timeframes.
(Effective) Greater output from the same or less input.
(Effective) January 1, 2008, we moved our Public Service Announcement deadline to 5 p.m. Fridays. We did so because we wanted to devote more time on Mondays to breaking news, main news, and feature stories. ...
(Effective) Measure of quality. How well is it done? All processes must be both efficient and Effective. Contrast with Efficient.
(Effective) Produces the desired results with efficiency.
(Effective) Providing positive and lasting solutions because the people involved and affected by the conflict are those who create and agree upon the resolution. They care, because they have buy-in and commitment to the solution they worked to find.
(Effective) Range - Airfares are valid only between these departure dates.
(Effective) The Strategic Direction lists several action items that, when implemented, opens us to the movement of the Holy Spirit and enables us to faithfully strive toward the building of God’s reign among us. ...
(Effective) The attribute of usability that focuses on task completion, guiding the user through all parts of the task and ensuring that the task is properly completed.
(Effective) Useful tips, activities, and tools to help students excel in school.
(Effective) Voltage or Current 0.707 times the peak value of AC voltage or current. Effective value is also designated RMS value (Root Mean Square). When AC voltage is referred to, the effective value is understood unless otherwise noted. ...
(Effective) Will the new system address the egregious behavior of some preparers who file incorrect tax returns or will they continue to do so without registering or signing the returns? Will and should the IRS get information on non-signing preparers who work for attorneys, CPAs, EAs and RTRPs? ...
(Effective) means that the intervention can reasonably be expected to produce the intended results and to have expected benefits that outweigh potential harmful effects.
(Effective) prevention programs that have been scientifically evaluated and shown to decrease an adverse outcome or increase a beneficial outcome in the target group more than in a comparison group
(Effective) providing services based on scientific knowledge to all who could benefit and refraining from providing services to those not likely to benefit.
(effective) 'on purpose', producing the intended overall result with an optimised balance over the whole context; requires broad generalist awareness of the whole, rather than the narrow focus required to create local efficiency, hence often contrasted with efficient
(effective) (i fek´tiv) adj. 1. adequate to accomplish a purpose; producing the intended or expected result: effective teaching methods (which, in most states, have not been defined independent of standardized test-score results.) 2. ...