Developing students' potential for premier leadership, personal growth, and career success is the FFA:
A leadership CDE that is a basic statement of beliefs about FFA and agriculture is:
Professional agriculture organizations are often related to a:
Learning to do, Doing to learn, Earning to live, Living to serve is the:
Public law 740 passsed by Congress in 1950 granted the FFA:
What animal on the FFA emblem means national scope of the FFA
Grading and evaluating dairy cattle is what kind of CDE?
Identifying trees and forestry tool as well as measurement of trees is what kind of CDE?
Knowledge of sales and marketing is what kind of CDE?
Which FFA career development event requires participants to grade and evaluate egg & chicken products?
Courses in vocational agriculture were established in 1917 by the:
The presiding officer is regarded as the traffic controller in a business meeting, and calls on members who want to speak as they ask to be:
What symbol on the FFA emblem represents the progressive nature of agriscience, and the need for workers in agriscience to cooperate and work toward common goals?
What do professional agriculture organizations often provide for their members?
Shadowing a greenhouse employee or volunteering at a vet are two examples of what:
What organization is open to any adult who wishes to support students in agricultural education with similar career goals?
Who's job is it in the FFA to keep records of all the meetings?
FFA members can compete in a _____ that cover job skills in everything from communications to mechanics. Some events allow students to compete as individuals, while others allow them to compete in teams.
___________ gives members a unified voice in agricultural issues, offers insurance related products, and provides scholarships and educational opportunities for youth.
What was formed for only black students in 1935?
positive work behaviors and personal qualities which make individuals more likely to gain employment and succeed.
specific style of behavior in the workplace
values or standards which direct the way individuals interact with others
required for professional advancement; consists of the desire and ability for lifelong learning
being able to evaluate arguments and information quickly, solve problems creatively and identify mistakes.
requires gathering reliable information, assessing the information for answers and selecting a suitable solution based on the situation
working effectively and efficiently with others
ability to motivate people to accomplish a better result for an organization
ability to plan and execute control over the amount of time spent on specific activities to effectively accomplish goals
ability to cope with job stress which benefits an individuals personal and professional life
The __________lays down guidelines and principles on which the country is to be governed
A state without Constitution would not be a state but a regime of ___________
The laws in the democratic country are made by the
Under the British rule, the British had a __________on the manufacture of salt in India.
The members of the Constituent Assembly were reduced because of _________ of India in 1947.
The responsibility of making the Constitution was given to the ____________Committee
Dr. Rajendra Prasad, the First _________of India.
Our constitutional experts took inspiration from the ___________Constitution for the framing of the preamble.
The Indian Constitution is the _________ written document in the world.
It is the key feature of the Indian Constitution.
Quality Driven Management
Assess, Build, Launch, Evaluate
Assess the opportunity in order to establish a goal and a team.
Build understanding of the opportunity, then build ideas for a solution.
Launch a solution after careful planning.
Evaluate to see if the solution really worked.
Quality Action Team
Diagraming tool for organizing observations, facts, ideas, or data into categories.
Comparison one’s own practices to those of others with the goal of discovering potential improvements.
A guided group discussion for generating a list of ideas about a topic and for eliciting group involvement.
A formal document describing a quality improvement project and stating its business objectives.
A form for recording how many times something ahs been done or has happened.
An easy-to-read, visual representation of the status of several key variables of a process.
A diagram used to brainstorm possible causes of a failure or variation, and sort the causes into categories.
A vertical bar graph that depicts the distribution of data, where the height of each bar represents the percentage or frequency of data within a given range.
A bar chart that has been rearranged to put the categories in order – from the most frequently occurring category to the least.
Experimenting with a set of ideas.
A report card on quality. A scorecard is similar to a dashboard, but less graphically oriented.
A structured series of questions about a topic directed to a targeted group of people for the purpose of gathering information.
Voice of the Customer