The following MBA graduates illustrate what a dictionary defines as future endeavours.
Some graduates went on to work in advertising; others are doing contract design work for other companies, while others took the entrepreneurial route — starting their own freelance businesses.
This is a fairly antiquated term meaning “future endeavors,” and is usually found in statements like “Excel Fertility welcomes not only your current staff but also those who will join us as future endeavours” or “But for the sake of time, I’ll discuss these three subjects next round. Future endeavours.”
Very rarely used in modern speech or writing. You are more likely to find the phrase used if someone is referencing writing from an earlier period of American English use–around 1852-1974–or if someone says something such as, “I sinned yesterday–but that’s a story for another day! It’s time to get on with this one!”
The definition of “future endeavours” is “activities that are scheduled or proposed for future completion.”
Beyond this current task or pursuit.
Present tense usually refers to what’s happening right now, and future tense is used to refer to something that will happen later, but in the same time frame, for example a past participle can be used with future tense verbs. But when talking about the future while outside of “present” – referring not just past and present but also anything that could happen before now or after- you should use the word “future.” This could be because it’s too early for any of us to know exactly when we’ll die (or even if we will; there are people who were born today who have lived over 80 years).
Future endeavours is a verb phrase that means “doing things that will be in the future.”
In other words, it’s what you do now for later. Or could also mean to make opportunities or take care of someone who can take care of themselves in the future.
Future endeavours are foreseeable items to be dealt with and/or accomplished in the future related to the company.
Future endeavors could include plans for expanding into new territories, creating products or services that get involved with social media, and finding ways to make money when things are slowing down.
Future endeavours refers to any future plans for actions or goals.
An endeavor is an enterprise, usually of some complexity, that one engages in regularly. Most people tend to focus on their present “daily endeavors” which are the things they do daily such as wash clothes, cook dinner, exercise, etc. but it’s worth thinking about and structuring your work according with your future endeavors by giving advance thought and consideration to energy conservation (reduce pollution), environmentally safe development (decrease waste) and so forth. It’s realistic to say that all these factors would change the world for the better if more people cooperated in each of their endeavors towards a common goal.
Future endeavors is a workplace-specific term that refers to a person’s coming tasks and projects, usually set up during their exit meeting.
The goal of the future endeavor presentation is to ensure all team members are aware of, informed about, and excited about your next professional undertaking. This could also be called an “intentional exit”. The idea behind an intentional exit is that when you do decide to leave for another opportunity (or eventually retire), all people in the organization will understand your decisions and anticipate what may be needed in response. Every member of the team will have met with you at some point along the way so they can learn more about where you’ve come from professionally as well as what motivates you personally now.
Future endeavors is what someone has planned in the future.
To be specific, with a political career one might say “I hope to serve my country as President.”
On the other hand, if he were applying for a construction job he might say “In 20 years I plan to have built a house or two.”
It could also refer to plans for raising children: “I want to raise my children so they grow up being happy and healthy.” But let’s save that kind of talk for your Mother’s Day card! :)”
Future endeavours is a term used in the military to talk about future missions. Employed by Marines, Navy personnel, and other services.
The military is no different from any corporation out there – with a limited budget, everything has its priorities. One of the ways that ‘stuff’ like repairs and replacement equipment for existing gear (for example: ships) gets done quicker is to plan for “future endeavours”. The term itself doesn’t mean much more than “projects planned for after this one’s completed,” which covers anything from training to longer-term infrastructure projects.