Depth of hierarchy that accurately shows standard component categories and subcategories. Which means this could be deeper than for other, business taxonomies. Also, the known levels of depth may vary in different parts of the taxonomy. The number of conditions at the same level should accurately reflect standard component categories and subcategories also, so there may be a large quantity of terms at the same level. The length of the term should be unambiguous, and complete, but any component number should be managed in a separate field.
It may be desired to use some additional numeric or alphanumeric classification system. If so, the classification code would be another component or field of the word, separate from the word name, for reason for sorting. Additional attribute details for every term would be desired and expected. These can include a component number, size, price, and other specifications. Attribute fields might or may not be searchable.
Look for opportunities to partner with folks from other businesses in your same community, working jointly on some projects to help with making your community a better place to live. Build the right, religious habits. Practice spiritual disciplines regularly to help you develop attitudes that will cause you to do what’s right in business.
Build the right moral habits. Adapted from Why Business Matters to God (And What Still Needs to Be Fixed), copyrights 2010 by Jeff Van Duzer. Jeff Van Duzer has offered as dean of the institution of Business and Economics at Seattle Pacific University … Read the rest