New Paradigm


Also found in: Dictionary.

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.
References in periodicals archive ?
The new paradigm conceives of corporate governance as a voluntary collaboration among corporations, shareholders, and other stakeholders to achieve sustainable long-term value and resist short-termism.
Critique: Comprised of both marketing theory and 'real world practical' tips, tricks and techniques illustrated with corporate marketing examples, "Brand Intimacy: A New Paradigm in Marketing" is an extraordinarily well written, organized and presented study that is especially recommended for corporate, community, and academic library Business Management collections and supplemental studies lists.
He will supervise and direct cardiac services at QIH and will new paradigm in management of cardiac services in Pakistan.
At times dense and complicated, Martin's ambitious and well-researched work calls for the recognition of a new paradigm of interconnectedness in order to face global crises, complete with a pledge to live out the ideals inherent within this dedication.
New Paradigm 3: Organized communities fighting for continued in-city residence have gained technical support for their People's Plans from reliable NGO partners.
Crowe offers a leadership guide for emergency managers, first-responders, business continuity professionals, and others on the use of social media in emergency management and how this is creating a new paradigm of leadership.
To answer this question we turn to the New Paradigm for Long-Term Recovery (DuPont & Humphreys, 2011).
London, November 29( ANI ): Scientists at Penn State University including an Indian origin have developed a new paradigm for understanding the earliest eras in the history of the universe.
One such view Wuthnow sees as needing correction is what he calls the new paradigm. He identifies this view with writers such as Philip Jenkins, Andrew Walls, and Lamin Sanneh, calling it "a huge, conceptual obstacle" to understanding what is really going on in the Christian world.
That's why the Associated Colleges of the South (ACS), a consortium of 16 liberal arts colleges throughout the Southeast, is developing the New Paradigm Initiative.
-- The Food and Drug Administration's proposed "new paradigm" for a third class of drugs that would be nonprescription but would require consultation with a pharmacist has won cautious optimism from the National Association of Chain Drug Stores.
On Thursday, February 16, 2012 at 10.30am EST, CommLab is conducting a live webinar on “A New Paradigm in Product Training - Merging Content, Technology, & Service.” The webinar aims at getting participants acquainted with new solutions to make Product Trainings more relevant and purposeful for sales people.
Full browser ?