360-degree appraisal    A performance review completed by a person’s peers, managers, and subordinates. It’s called a 360-degree appraisal because it’s a circle of reviews by people at different levels of an organization.

acceptance    This is a response to a risk event, generally made when the probability of the event and/or impact are small. It is used when mitigation, transference, or avoidance are not selected.

active listening    This occurs when the receiver confirms the message is being received by feedback, questions, prompts for clarity, and other signs of having received the message.

activity attributes    Activities with special conditions, requirements, risks, and other conditions should be documented.

activity cost estimates ...

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