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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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Critique: Knowledgeably compiled and expertly edited by Amy Motlagh (Associate Professor and currently the Director of Graduate Studies in the Department of English and Comparative Literature at the American University in Cairo), "Alif 35: New Paradigms in the Study of Modern 'Middle Eastern' Literatures" is a exemplary model of contemporary scholarship and a critically important addition to professional and academic library Islamic Literature, Islamic Linguistics, and Middle Eastern Culture reference collections and supplemental studies reading lists.
These new paradigms could allow the consumer a choice in smartphone that may align with their personality more than a device from the current generation of vendors.
Brain-based learning; the new paradigm of teaching, 2d ed.
"The mystery genre encourages critical thinking, attentiveness to details, stimulates memory, provides new paradigms for children to explore, and introduces cutting-edge science or exposes history," Coleman says
These books appear as part of an ongoing and voluminous tradition, so that, while they do nor have the advantage of inaugurating new paradigms, they bring the sophistication of a matured approach to their specific contributions.
As Fibre Channel produces new paradigms, error recovery scenarios become more complex, which requires more testing.
New paradigms are nearly always perceived with coolness, even mockery or hostility.
The New Paradigms major implication for public administrators is that the field is being asked to regard the consequences of its actions in a framework that is broader than a simple cause and effect relationship between its models and the mistakes it makes in implementing them.
Ketchum and Trist make a convincing case that new paradigms need to be accepted at all levels of an organization, not just at the unit level, in order to initiate organizational improvement.
Huberman (eds.), Professional Development in Education: New Paradigms and Practices.
The obvious hope that inspiring new paradigms for educational buildings might emerge from all this should not be overstated, as new projects must endure the baleful scrutiny of the PFI (Private Finance Initiative), the current UK system of public building procurement, which is doggedly driven by the tenets of cost cutting and mediocrity, making it much harder for architects and their clients to be imaginative or experimental.
In their article "Collaboration between Public Health and Law Enforcement: New Paradigms and Partnerships for Bioterrorism Planning and Response," Butler et al.
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