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New Paradigm

A new and innovative way to do business. The term "new paradigm" was common during the dotcom bubble and referred to any business practice that utilized the Internet. During this period, investors tended to buy stocks thought to be using a new paradigm.
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Two new reports suggest new paradigms for a longer-term approach to improving teaching quality
After the big political changes at the end of the 1980s, with the fall of the Berlin Wall, the democratization of numerous countries, including the Soviet Union and in Central Europe, this new era brought new paradigms of democracy, plurality, diversity, human rights, environmentalism, innovation, education, competition, technological development, productivity, globalization.
In their article "Collaboration between Public Health and Law Enforcement: New Paradigms and Partnerships for Bioterrorism Planning and Response," Butler et al.
Assessment and Other Paradigms New Paradigms for College Teaching (Interaction Book Company, 1997), edited by William E.
Trends often move with domino effect from one field to another; thus, increasing the predictability of new paradigms.
President and Mark McKinnies, CFO, will present at the Pritchard Capital Energize 2005: New Year, New Paradigms, Emerging Plays & Players in Oil, Natural Gas & Power Energy Conference on Friday, January 7, 2005 at 9:45 am PT in San Francisco, CA.
Perspectives on the retailer's viewpoint; new paradigms for monetizing video and images, based on the value of content; and the impact of camera-phones on still/video convergence
Conditions that suggest the existence of new paradigms and
His book on paradigms, Future Edge: Discovering the New Paradigms of Success, published in 1992, was listed as one of the most influential business books of that year by the prestigious Library Journal.
AESI") provides capital, marketing, technology, business development and intellectual resources to its principal subsidiaries for the design, implementation, development and management of support systems associated with new paradigms and solutions in the healthcare industry.
In launching the new practice area, Tillinghast seeks to establish new paradigms of excellence in capital management and performance measurement for insurance companies.
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