Definition of Executive routine
1. Noun. A routine that coordinates the operation of subroutines.
Group relationships: Executive Program, Supervisor, Supervisory Program
Generic synonyms: Function, Procedure, Routine, Subprogram, Subroutine
Lexicographical Neighbors of Executive Routine
Literary usage of Executive routine
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Industrial Democracy by Sidney Webb, Beatrice Potter Webb (1902)
"... intervals to decide only the more important questions, the detailed executive routine being delegated to a local sub-committee or to the official staff. ..."
2. Developing Executive Ability by Enoch Burton Gowin (1919)
"... but just what is the executive's routine and just what methods should he employ? Any authoritative answer to these questions depends upon records, ..."
3. The Edinburgh Review by Sydney Smith (1856)
"... disciplined to systematic obedience and executive routine, and benumbed by official habitudes; and secondly, by stimulating and propagating that passion ..."
4. The Judicial Work of the Comptroller of the Treasury as Compared with by Willard Eugene Hotchkiss (1911)
"... and of even more importance, by removing the burden of executive routine, and confining the Comptroller's work to cases which demand legal construction, ..."
5. The Revolution in Virginia by Hamilton James Eckenrode (1916)
"Along with the ordinary executive routine, he appointed most ofthe colonial officials; called out the militia against the Indians and made treaties with ..."
6. Progress of the United States of America in the Century by William Peterfield Trent (1903)
"If ho did not prove HO brilliant and reliable a subordinate aa Hamilton, ho nevertheless learned in the Cabinet lessons of executive routine that were ..."
7. The Bookman (1897)
"tan:, attending personally to all his correspondence, insisting upon examining for himself every item and detail of the executive routine, and giving hours ..."
8. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1828)
"... should constitutionally have retained the guidance of the executive routine, until the gradual change of the directory, by the annual introduction of a ..."