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Admin Scale
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Topic Admin Scale
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Type of Article Category:Organizing
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The Scientology Admin Scale was developed by L Ron Hubbard to help organize activities, groups or organizations. It provides a logical framework for advancing any activity, not just those related to Scientology.

This Admin Scale is in the process of being created by "Field" Scientologists. All contributors welcome!
"I have developed a scale for use which gives a sequence (and relative seniority) of subjects relating to organization.
"This scale is worked up and worked down UNTIL IT IS (EACH ITEM) IN FULL AGREEMENT WITH THE REMAINING ITEMS." [1]

Contents

Goals

Here are the goals that LRHL. Ron Hubbard had for Scientology (not that they are reflected in the current Corporate Church of Scientology):

Purposes

Moved this to purposes to make it align properly. Its not a goal its a purpose.

The above six are combined in the following :

Maintaining a cohesive group outside the Church of Scientology, to ensure that the standard technologyThe methods of application of an art or science as opposed to mere knowledge of the science or art itself. (HCOB 13 Sep 65) ''Abbr.'' tech of training and auditingThe application of Scientology processes and procedures to someone by a trained auditor. (Dianetics & Scientology Technical Dictionary (C) 1975) of Dianetics1. DIA (Greek) through, NOUS (Greek) mind, deals with a system of mental image pictures in relation to psychic (spiritual) trauma. The mental image pictures are believed on the basis of personal revelation to be comprising mental activity created and formed by the spirit, and not by the body or brain. (BPL 24 Sept 73 V) 2. Dn addresses the body. Thus Dn is used to knock out and erase illnesses, unwanted sensations, misemotion, somatics, pain, etc. Dn came before Scn. It disposed of body illness and the difficulties a thetan was having with his body. (HCOB 22 Apr 69)...more and Scientology are kept freely available and continually expanding in their used for the the greatest good for the greatest number, benefiting all mankind individually and collectively; as directed by unaltered instructions left by LRHL. Ron Hubbard .

Policy

(The agreements, purposes and moral code which unites all who call themselves 'Scientologist' - added by Scott Gordon)

(Goes with the Code of a Scientologist - actually can be part of our purposes - added by Scott Gordon)

(Are we serious about reform and inclusion? We really can handle all cases - added by Scott Gordon)

(Would put to rest questions of using any of the techAbbreviation for technology. The methods of application of an art or science as opposed to mere knowledge of the science or art itself. (HCOB 13 Sep 65), anywhere: "...I nevertheless do not feel right about telling Scientologists that there are certain materials they cannot use or be auditedThe application of Scientology processes and procedures to someone by a trained auditor. (Dianetics & Scientology Technical Dictionary (C) 1975) on. I would rather leave this matter wholly to personal experience of others and make the gradation program only a recommendation not a directive... 5. That the gradation program is only a recommended route for best results." - LRHL. Ron Hubbard - added by Scott Gordon)

(Specifies the correct relationship between the org and the field - Makes the org responsible for upholding high standards, not trying to enforce them on the field - Gives people the org as a stable place to go to get their cases straightened out - added by Scott Gordon)

(NB - There are no "orgs" in the independent field [outside of ROs] so this relationship is moot; further, it doesn't mean that the field should apply wobbly-bobbly or loosey-goosey techAbbreviation for technology. The methods of application of an art or science as opposed to mere knowledge of the science or art itself. (HCOB 13 Sep 65); LRHL. Ron Hubbard's standards for Scientology are for everyone everywhere.)Standardtechauditor 20:56, 14 July 2013 (MDT)Chris Black

(Taken from PABProfessional Auditors Bulletin (a series of technical booklet issues.) 112 - May 57 - So cancel the RTRC note at top - added by Scott Gordon)

(When all else fails... - added by Scott Gordon)

(makes almost any method of sincere participation, 'right' - added by Scott Gordon)

(How to handle people - added by Scott Gordon)

(Isn't this simple policy adequate to cover the handling of ethics1. The rules or standards governing the conduct of the members of a profession. (HCO PL 3 May 72). 2. A system of removing the counter-effort to the forward push. (6711C18SO) reports in the field? - added by Scott Gordon)

Standardtechauditor 20:21, 23 July 2013 (MDT) LRHL. Ron Hubbard EDAbbreviation for Executive Director. The head of the org. (Modern Management Technology Defined (C) 1976). 67 INT "HOW TO RAISE STATS" Standardtechauditor 20:21, 23 July 2013 (MDT)

adminA contraction or shortening of the word administration, admin is used as a noun to denote the actions involved in administrating an organization. (Modern Management Technology Defined (C) 1976). plan

To create an "Admin Scale for Non Corporate Scientologists to ensure the future preservation of LRHL. Ron Hubbard Tech outside the church." To unite all small groups of Scientologists around the world into this project so that we can all agree that this is our Admin Scale.

Admin Scale program

Widely promote the adminA contraction or shortening of the word administration, admin is used as a noun to denote the actions involved in administrating an organization. (Modern Management Technology Defined (C) 1976). scale to all interested parties.

adminA contraction or shortening of the word administration, admin is used as a noun to denote the actions involved in administrating an organization. (Modern Management Technology Defined (C) 1976). scale project

adminA contraction or shortening of the word administration, admin is used as a noun to denote the actions involved in administrating an organization. (Modern Management Technology Defined (C) 1976). scale orders


LRHL. Ron Hubbard Book Restoration Program

techAbbreviation for technology. The methods of application of an art or science as opposed to mere knowledge of the science or art itself. (HCOB 13 Sep 65) preservation plan

techAbbreviation for technology. The methods of application of an art or science as opposed to mere knowledge of the science or art itself. (HCOB 13 Sep 65) preservation program

Tech Preservation projects

See L Ron Hubbard Book Alterations, Science of Survival - Alterations, Fundamentals of Thought - Alterations and A History of Man - Alterations for the evidence.

safe point plan

To create a safe environment for the rest of the adminA contraction or shortening of the word administration, admin is used as a noun to denote the actions involved in administrating an organization. (Modern Management Technology Defined (C) 1976). scale to be executed.

safe point program

safe point projects

techAbbreviation for technology. The methods of application of an art or science as opposed to mere knowledge of the science or art itself. (HCOB 13 Sep 65) collation plan

To package data pertinent to the public the data is being collated for.

techAbbreviation for technology. The methods of application of an art or science as opposed to mere knowledge of the science or art itself. (HCOB 13 Sep 65) collation program

techAbbreviation for technology. The methods of application of an art or science as opposed to mere knowledge of the science or art itself. (HCOB 13 Sep 65) collection projects

techAbbreviation for technology. The methods of application of an art or science as opposed to mere knowledge of the science or art itself. (HCOB 13 Sep 65) promotion and dissemination plan

Enlighten other in it value and potential results and making the needed and wanted techAbbreviation for technology. The methods of application of an art or science as opposed to mere knowledge of the science or art itself. (HCOB 13 Sep 65) available.

techAbbreviation for technology. The methods of application of an art or science as opposed to mere knowledge of the science or art itself. (HCOB 13 Sep 65) promotion and dissemination program

techAbbreviation for technology. The methods of application of an art or science as opposed to mere knowledge of the science or art itself. (HCOB 13 Sep 65) promotion and dissemination projects

training plan

Ensuring the technologyThe methods of application of an art or science as opposed to mere knowledge of the science or art itself. (HCOB 13 Sep 65) ''Abbr.'' tech is properly duplicated and able to be applied.

metering films program

meter2. Hubbard Electrometer. An electronic instrument for measuring mental state and change of state in individuals, as an aid to precision and speed in auditing. The E-meter is not intended or effective for the diagnosis, treatment or prevention of any disease. (Scn AD)...more reads drill film project

Meter Reads Drill Film available worldwide. (click pic to go to the film)

This project is DONE although the film will be upgraded and improved as time goes by, it is available NOW and has already improved the training and abilities of auditors around the world! see the film HERE

auditingThe application of Scientology processes and procedures to someone by a trained auditor. (Dianetics & Scientology Technical Dictionary (C) 1975) plan

Get er done!

auditingThe application of Scientology processes and procedures to someone by a trained auditor. (Dianetics & Scientology Technical Dictionary (C) 1975) program

auditingThe application of Scientology processes and procedures to someone by a trained auditor. (Dianetics & Scientology Technical Dictionary (C) 1975) projects

QualQualifications: the division on many Scientology organization boards that certified the correctness of products (including auditing levels gained) and corrected outnesses and bad products from other divisions. [[User:AntPhillips|Antony A Phillips]] 23:17, May 9, 2014 (MDT) plan

Providing an on policy manner of identification, correction of delivery that violate the Purposes and Goals as defined above.

qual program

qual projects

Undercut plan

To get the underlying issues stopping the expansion of present scene towards the ideal sceneThe state of affairs envisioned by policy or the improvement of even that. (HCO PL 29 Feb 72 II).

undercut program

undercut projects

Coordination plan

to get acknowledge the products of the individuals and group/s and get agreement of future planning.

coordination program

coordination projects

ARC1. a word from the initial letters of Affinity, Reality, Communication which together equate to Understanding. It is pronounced by stating its letters, A-R- C. To Scientologists it has come to mean good feeling, love or friendliness, such as “He was in ARC with his friend.” One does not, however, fall out of ARC, he has an ARC break. (LRH Def. Notes)...more Plan

To use the techAbbreviation for technology. The methods of application of an art or science as opposed to mere knowledge of the science or art itself. (HCOB 13 Sep 65) to increase ARC1. a word from the initial letters of Affinity, Reality, Communication which together equate to Understanding. It is pronounced by stating its letters, A-R- C. To Scientologists it has come to mean good feeling, love or friendliness, such as “He was in ARC with his friend.” One does not, however, fall out of ARC, he has an ARC break. (LRH Def. Notes)...more for the benefit of all individuals and the overall groups.

arc program

arc projects

Programs

Projects

Orders

Ideal Scenes

Environment free of Misunderstood word.

Harmony of theta and mest1. a coined word, meaning matter, energy, space and time, the physical universe. All physical phenomena may be considered as energy operating in space and time. The movement of matter or energy in time is the measure of space. All things are mest except theta. (Abil 114-A) 2. the symbol for the physical universe in use hereafter is mest, from the first letters of the words matter, energy, space and time, or the Greek letter phi (ø). (HFP, p. 166) 3. simply a composite of energies and particles and spaces which are agreed upon and which are looked at. (PXL, p. 193) 4. a solid object, and the space and energy and so forth which comprise such solid objects. (PDC 12) 5. any or all arrangements of energy, of whatever kind, whether in fluid or object form, in space or spaces. (Dn 55!, p. 9) increasing to create expansion of life impulses.

Truth be acknowledged on all levels of the Dynamics. Standardtechauditor 17:57, 22 July 2013 (MDT) Nice, but also can be personal, IMO. Standardtechauditor 17:57, 22 July 2013 (MDT)

Knowledge disseminated freely to those whom seek it.

Civilization without insanity, without criminals and without war, where the able can prosper and honest beings can have rights, and where man is free to right to greater heights (from VFP posting)

Standardtechauditor 17:57, 22 July 2013 (MDT) Scientology being applied standardly (as contained in LRHL. Ron Hubbard HCOBs) in auditingThe application of Scientology processes and procedures to someone by a trained auditor. (Dianetics & Scientology Technical Dictionary (C) 1975) practices and course rooms in the independent field. Standardtechauditor 17:57, 22 July 2013 (MDT)

Stats

Standardtechauditor 17:52, 22 July 2013 (MDT) "Number of new persons routed onto course or auditingThe application of Scientology processes and procedures to someone by a trained auditor. (Dianetics & Scientology Technical Dictionary (C) 1975) in a standard independent field practice." Standardtechauditor 17:52, 22 July 2013 (MDT)

Standardtechauditor 17:53, 22 July 2013 (MDT) There is also (from a Div 6 viewpoint) "Number of recovered Scientologists moving again on the Bridge1. the route to Clear, the Bridge , which we call the Classification, Gradation and Awareness Chart. (Aud 107 ASNO) 2. a term originating in early Dn days to symbolize travel from unknowingness to revelation. (Aud 72 ASNO).." Standardtechauditor 17:53, 22 July 2013 (MDT)

Valuable Final Products

1.) Releases, Clears and OTs

2.) A person/being who is rehabilitated through standard technical and administrative Scientological methods without evaluation or invalidation, on their own determinism, after having their purposes blunted while trying to do Scientology in what is now the Corporate entity known as Corporate Scientology or in the field by something less than standard technical application in practice or even in conversation. This rehabilitation resurrects their fundamental reach for the bridge and moving on it through courses, auditingThe application of Scientology processes and procedures to someone by a trained auditor. (Dianetics & Scientology Technical Dictionary (C) 1975), and ultimately applying it in their everyday lives and to others, winning thru the application of Scientology.Burkejon 15:22, 10 July 2013 (MDT) Standardtechauditor 17:45, 22 July 2013 (MDT)I think this is a bit long and part of it isn't a VFP, but a doingness. What is it that is being envisioned? What about something like "A rehabilitated Scientologist with rekindled purposes who is now progressing on the Bridge1. the route to Clear, the Bridge , which we call the Classification, Gradation and Awareness Chart. (Aud 107 ASNO) 2. a term originating in early Dn days to symbolize travel from unknowingness to revelation. (Aud 72 ASNO). and making gains through standard application of Scientology in their lives." Or something to that effect. Standardtechauditor 17:45, 22 July 2013 (MDT)

3.) New public interested in Scientology therapy and techAbbreviation for technology. The methods of application of an art or science as opposed to mere knowledge of the science or art itself. (HCOB 13 Sep 65) and routed onto course in an Independent courseroom or to an independent auditor1. one who listens and computes; a Scn practitioner. 2. one who has been trained in the technology of Scn. An auditor applies standard technology to preclears. 3. a person who through church training becomes skilled in the successful application of Dn and Scn to his family, friends and the public to achieve the ability gained as stated on the Gradation Chart for his class of training...more. Standardtechauditor 17:46, 22 July 2013 (MDT) This is more a statAbbreviation for statistic. A number or amount compared to an earlier number or amount of the same thing. Statistics refer to the quantity of work done or the value of it in money. (HCO PL 16 Dec 65) than a VFP. Also, IMO, I'm not all that thrilled with using the word "therapy" as it triggers other connections. So what about something like "New people interested in Scientology and moving up both sides of the Bridge1. the route to Clear, the Bridge , which we call the Classification, Gradation and Awareness Chart. (Aud 107 ASNO) 2. a term originating in early Dn days to symbolize travel from unknowingness to revelation. (Aud 72 ASNO). in the independent field." Standardtechauditor 17:46, 22 July 2013 (MDT)

4.) Persons/Beings who are Able and Causative who will work towards the ideal sceneThe state of affairs envisioned by policy or the improvement of even that. (HCO PL 29 Feb 72 II) of a civilization without insanity, without criminals and without war, where the able can prosper and honest beings can have rights, and where man is free to right to greater heights.

references

  1. ^ HUBBARD COMMUNICATIONS OFFICE, Saint HillThe name of LRH's home in East Grinstead, Sussex, England. (BTB 12 Apr 72R) Manor, East Grinstead, Sussex, HCO POLICY LETTER OF 6 DECEMBER 1970, Remimeo, Dept 14 Hats, Personnel Series 13, Org Series 18, THIRD DYNAMIC DE-ABERRATION
  2. ^ PABProfessional Auditors Bulletin (a series of technical booklet issues.) 86, 29 May 1956 Causation and Knowledge
How Plans, Programs and Projects can be runUndergo processing. (Science of Survival, p.75) with a wiki.

definitions

Goals

Defined as: A known objective toward which an action is directed with the purpose of achieving that end.

Purposes

Defined as: 1. The lesser goal applying to specific activities or subjects. (HCO PLHubbard Communications Office Policy Letter (HCO PL 24 Sept 70R) 6 Dec 70) 2. The entire concept of an ideal sceneThe state of affairs envisioned by policy or the improvement of even that. (HCO PL 29 Feb 72 II) for any activity is really a clean statement of its purpose. (HCO PLHubbard Communications Office Policy Letter (HCO PL 24 Sept 70R) 5 Jul 70)

policy

Defined as: 1. Policy as a word has many definitions in current dictionaries amongst which only one is partially correct: "a definite course or method of action to guide and determine future decisions." It is also "prudence or wisdom," "a course of action," and a lot of other things according to the dictionary. It even is said to be laid down at the top. Therefore the word has so many other meanings that the language itself has become confused. Yet, regardless of dictionary fog, the word means an exact thing in the specialized field of management and organization. Policy means the principle evolved and issued by top management for a specific activity to guide planning and programming and authorize the issuance of projects by executives which in turn permit the issuance and enforcement of orders that direct the activity of personnel in achieving production and viability. Policy is therefore a principle by which the conduct of affairs can be guided. (HCO PLHubbard Communications Office Policy Letter (HCO PL 24 Sept 70R) 25 Nov 70)

Plans

Defined as: 1. Short range broad intentions as to the contemplated actions envisaged for the handling of a broad area to remedy it or expand it or to obstruct or impede an opposition to expansion. A plan is usually based on observation of potentials (or resources) and expresses a bright idea of how to use them. It always proceeds from a real whyThat basic outness found which will lead to a recovery of stats. (HCO PL 13 Oct 70 II) if it is to be successful. (HCO PLHubbard Communications Office Policy Letter (HCO PL 24 Sept 70R) 29 Feb 72 II) 2. the general bright idea one has to remedy the whyThat basic outness found which will lead to a recovery of stats. (HCO PL 13 Oct 70 II) found and get things up to the ideal sceneThe state of affairs envisioned by policy or the improvement of even that. (HCO PL 29 Feb 72 II) or improve even that. (HCO PLHubbard Communications Office Policy Letter (HCO PL 24 Sept 70R) 29 Feb 72 II) 3. plans are not targets. All manner of plans can be drawn and can be okayed. But this does not authorize their execution. They are just plans. When and how they will be done and by whom has not been established, scheduled or authorized. You could plan to make a million dollars but if when, how and who were not set as targets of different types, it just wouldn't happen. (HCO PLHubbard Communications Office Policy Letter (HCO PL 24 Sept 70R) 18 Jan 69 II) 4. a plan, by which is meant the drawing or scale modeling of some area, project, or thing, is of course a vital necessity in any construction and construction fails without it. A plan would be the design of the thing itself. (HCO PLHubbard Communications Office Policy Letter (HCO PL 24 Sept 70R) 18 Jan 69 II)

programs

Defined as: 1. A series of steps in sequence to carry out a plan. One usually sees a program following the discovery of a whyThat basic outness found which will lead to a recovery of stats. (HCO PL 13 Oct 70 II). But in actual fact a plan had to exist in the person's mind3. a network of communications and pictures, energies and masses, which are brought into being by the activities of the thetan versus the physical universe or other thetans. The mind is a communication and control system between the thetan and his environment. (FOT, p. 56)...MORE whether written or not before a program could be written. A program, thus, carries out the plan conceived to handle a found whyThat basic outness found which will lead to a recovery of stats. (HCO PL 13 Oct 70 II). A plan and its program require authorization (or OK) from the central or coordinating authority of the general activities of a group before they can be invested in, activated or executed. (HCO PLHubbard Communications Office Policy Letter (HCO PL 24 Sept 70R) 29 Feb 72 II) 2. the sequence of flows and the changes or actions at each point plotted against time are in fact the major sequences and programs of a group. (HCO PLHubbard Communications Office Policy Letter (HCO PL 24 Sept 70R) 1 Oct 70) 3. the complete or outline of a complete target series containing all types. (HCO PLHubbard Communications Office Policy Letter (HCO PL 24 Sept 70R) 24 Jan 69) 4. complete planning and programs are synonymous at this time and programs is the preferred word. (HCO PLHubbard Communications Office Policy Letter (HCO PL 24 Sept 70R) 24 Jan 69)

projects

Defined as: 1. The sequence of steps written to carry out one step of a program. Project orders often have to be written to execute a program step. These should be written but usually do not require any approval and often are not generally issued but go to the person or persons who will accomplish that step of a program. Under the category of project would come orders, work projects, etc. These are a series of guiding steps which if followed will result in a full and successful accomplishment of the program target. (HCO PLHubbard Communications Office Policy Letter (HCO PL 24 Sept 70R) 29 Feb 72 II) 2. the program is the big solution to a problema problem is postulate-counter-postulate, terminal-counter-terminal, force-counter-force. It’s one thing versus another thing. You’ve got two forces or two ideas which are interlocked of comparable magnitude and the thing stops right there. All right, now with these two things one stuck against the other you get a sort of a timelessness, it floats in time. (SH Spec 82, 6111C21) 2 . a problem is a postulate-counter-postulate resulting in indecision. That is the first manifestation of problems, and the first consequence of a problem is indecision. (SH Spec 27, 6107C11) 3 . a multiple confusion. (SH Spec 26X, 6107C03) 4 . an intention counter-intention that worries the preclear. (HCOB 23 Feb 61) 5 . a problem is the conflict arising from two opposing intentions. A present time problem is one that exists in present time, in a real universe. (HCOB 3 Jul 59) 6 . something which is persisting, the as-is-ness of which cannot be attained easily. (PRO 16, 5408CM20)-the big problema problem is postulate-counter-postulate, terminal-counter-terminal, force-counter-force. It’s one thing versus another thing. You’ve got two forces or two ideas which are interlocked of comparable magnitude and the thing stops right there. All right, now with these two things one stuck against the other you get a sort of a timelessness, it floats in time. (SH Spec 82, 6111C21) 2 . a problem is a postulate-counter-postulate resulting in indecision. That is the first manifestation of problems, and the first consequence of a problem is indecision. (SH Spec 27, 6107C11) 3 . a multiple confusion. (SH Spec 26X, 6107C03) 4 . an intention counter-intention that worries the preclear. (HCOB 23 Feb 61) 5 . a problem is the conflict arising from two opposing intentions. A present time problem is one that exists in present time, in a real universe. (HCOB 3 Jul 59) 6 . something which is persisting, the as-is-ness of which cannot be attained easily. (PRO 16, 5408CM20) is solved by a big solution called a program. The little problems inside that big solution are solved by projects. And inside the projects the littler-littler problems are solved by orders. (FOAbbreviation for; 1. Finance Office. 2. Flag Order. 3. Franchise Officer. (Modern Management Technology Defined (C) 1976). 2192) 3. if something requires more than two weeks to do it is a project. (HCO PLHubbard Communications Office Policy Letter (HCO PL 24 Sept 70R) 1 May 65 II) Abbr.

orders

Defined as: 1. The verbal or written direction from a lower or designated authority to carry out a program step or apply the general policy. (HCO PLHubbard Communications Office Policy Letter (HCO PL 24 Sept 70R) 29 Feb 72 II) 2. some program steps are so simple that they are themselves an order or an order can simply be a roughly written project. (HCO PLHubbard Communications Office Policy Letter (HCO PL 24 Sept 70R) 29 Feb 72 II) 3. the program step itself or the verbal or written project to get the program step fully done. (HCO PLHubbard Communications Office Policy Letter (HCO PL 24 Sept 70R) 29 Feb 72 II) 4. the direction or command issued by an authorized person to a person or group within the sphere of the authorized person's authority. By implication an order goes from a senior to juniors. (HCO PLHubbard Communications Office Policy Letter (HCO PL 24 Sept 70R) 25 Nov 70) 5. policy is the broad general outline originated by top management. Orders are the instructions issued by the next lower level of management to get things done that result in products. (FBDLFlag Bureau Data Letter - a Sea Organization communication. 12) 6. orders are what are issued to get the actions called for in policy done so that a product results.!

ideal scenes

Defined as: 1.The entire concept of an ideal sceneThe state of affairs envisioned by policy or the improvement of even that. (HCO PL 29 Feb 72 II) for any activity is really a clean statement of its purpose. (HCO PLHubbard Communications Office Policy Letter (HCO PL 24 Sept 70R) 5 Jul 70) 2. The state of affairs envisioned by policy or the improvement of even that. (HCO PLHubbard Communications Office Policy Letter (HCO PL 24 Sept 70R) 29 Feb 72 II)

statsAbbreviation for statistics. A number or amount compared to an earlier number or amount of the same thing. Statistics refer to the quantity of work done or the value of it in money. (HCO PL 16 Dec 65)

Defined as: 1. The relative rise or fall of a quantity compared to an earlier moment in time. If a section moved ten tons last week and 12 tons this week, the statisticA number or amount compared to an earlier number or amount of the same thing. Statistics refer to the quantity of work done or the value of it in money. (HCO PL 16 Dec 65) ''Abbr.'' stat is rising. If a section moved ten tons last week and only eight tons this week the statisticA number or amount compared to an earlier number or amount of the same thing. Statistics refer to the quantity of work done or the value of it in money. (HCO PL 16 Dec 65) ''Abbr.'' stat is falling. (HCO PLHubbard Communications Office Policy Letter (HCO PL 24 Sept 70R) 30 Jan 66) 2. a number or amount compared to an earlier number or amount of the same thing. Statistics refer to the quantity of work done or the value of it in money. (HCO PLHubbard Communications Office Policy Letter (HCO PL 24 Sept 70R) 16 Dec 65) 3. a tight reality, a stable point, which is to measure any departure from the ideal sceneThe state of affairs envisioned by policy or the improvement of even that. (HCO PL 29 Feb 72 II). (HCO PLHubbard Communications Office Policy Letter (HCO PL 24 Sept 70R) 6 Jul 70) 4. a positive numerical thing that can be accurately counted and graphed on a two dimensional thing. (HCO PLHubbard Communications Office Policy Letter (HCO PL 24 Sept 70R) 6 Jul 70) 5. the statisticA number or amount compared to an earlier number or amount of the same thing. Statistics refer to the quantity of work done or the value of it in money. (HCO PL 16 Dec 65) ''Abbr.'' stat measures directly the relative survival potential of the organism or its part. (HCO PLHubbard Communications Office Policy Letter (HCO PL 24 Sept 70R) 6 Jul 70) 6. the only sound measure of any production or any job or any activity. (HCO PLHubbard Communications Office Policy Letter (HCO PL 24 Sept 70R) 5 Jul 70) 7. the most direct observation in an org (or a country) is statistics. These tell of production. They measure what is done. (HCO PLHubbard Communications Office Policy Letter (HCO PL 24 Sept 70R) 5 Feb 70) 8. a difference between two or more periods in time so is always comparative. (HCO PLHubbard Communications Office Policy Letter (HCO PL 24 Sept 70R) 6 Nov 66 I) 9. the independent continuing survey of production or lack of it. (HCO PLHubbard Communications Office Policy Letter (HCO PL 24 Sept 70R) 29 Feb 72 II) 10. a statAbbreviation for statistic. A number or amount compared to an earlier number or amount of the same thing. Statistics refer to the quantity of work done or the value of it in money. (HCO PL 16 Dec 65) actually should consist of volume, quality and viability. (FEBCMakes the equivalent in management of a Class VIII in auditing. 12, 7102CO3 SOAbbreviation for Sea Organization. (Modern Management Technology Defined (C) 1976). II) Abbr. Stat.

Valuable Final Products

Defined as: Something that can be exchanged with other activities in return for support. The support usually adds up to food, clothing, shelter, money, tolerance and cooperation (goodwill). (HCO PLHubbard Communications Office Policy Letter (HCO PL 24 Sept 70R) 25 Mar 71) 2. could as easily be named a valuable exchangeable product. WO PL 25 Mar 71) 3. one you can exchange with the society for the wherewithal which the society has. By definition it is something for which you can exchange the services and goods of the society. (FEBCMakes the equivalent in management of a Class VIII in auditing. 12, 7102CO3 SOAbbreviation for Sea Organization. (Modern Management Technology Defined (C) 1976). II) 4. something that can be translated into the society for the wherewithal to survive. WEBC 4, 7101C18 SOAbbreviation for Sea Organization. (Modern Management Technology Defined (C) 1976). III) Abbr. VFP.


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