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best practice

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbest practiceˌbest ˈpractice noun [countable, uncountable] 🔊 🔊 a description of the best way of performing a particular activity, especially in business, that can be used by other people or companies as a set of rules to follow
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best practiceThese should be regarded as best practice guides, covering matters of importance to the membership.This chapter places project appraisal in context, discusses methods of appraisal and describes best practice.An attempt will be made to identify best practice, to help bridge the gap between theoretical prescriptions and practical modelling procedures.Equally important, however, is the acknowledgement that whatever is best practice today will almost certainly not be tomorrow.The Centre will develop scenarios on emerging international markets in services, establish a database and produce company cases recording best practice.The extent of the company's competitive disadvantage was revealed by internal and external benchmarking against sectoral best practice.Education minister Estelle Morris has persuaded the company to work with 50 beacon schools to spread best practice.By the time the enquiry and analysis stage is concluded, relatively clear views are formed as to where best practice exists.
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