CEAIChristian Educators Association International
CEAICentro de Estudos da Avifauna Ibérica (Portuguese: Center for Studies of Iberian Birds)
CEAICorporate Entrepreneurship Assessment Instrument (est. 2002)
CEAIConsulting Engineers Association of India (New Delhi, India)
CEAICommunity Economic Adjustment Initiative (Canada)
CEAIJournal of Control Engineering and Applied Informatics
CEAICampus EAI (Consortium)
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According to theoretical framework of the research standard corporate entrepreneurship assessment instrument (CEAI) and standard questionnaire of organizational learning capability invented by Gomez et al.
O biofertilizante bovino foi produzido por fermentacao anaerobia conforme Santos e Akiba (1996), sendo, apos maturacao (fermentacao) e imediatamente antes de cada aplicacao, diluido em agua nao salina (CEai [less than or equal to] 0,5 dS [m.sup.-1]), na proporcao de 1:1 e fornecido em volume correspondente a 10% do volume do substrato (SOUSA et al., 2008).
(2002) developed a scale called CEAI to assess the impact of organizational factors on the level of entrepreneurial activity within an organization.
Public school teacher Laura Dietrich is excited about her involvement with Christian Educators Association International (CEAI).
GLSEN founder and Executive Director Kevin Jennings commended the "religious leaders and influencers who are joining together in this great effort to ensure America's schools are safe and effective environments for each and every student." His CEAI counterpart, Finn Laursen, added, "The strength of these guidelines is the focus to include all stakeholders impacted by this issue, which clearly includes the Faith Community.
Hornsby, Kuratko, and Montagno (1999) later expanded this work to include cultural differences between Canadian and American managers, resulting in the Corporate Entrepreneurship Assessment Instrument (CEAI).