Instead, academia has settled for the status quo and left its students disintermediated
Franklin Warren McFarlan, a senior associate dean at Harvard Business School who first met Victor when he was a student and now sits on the company's board, recalls that the Fungs were worried their company would be disintermediated
and therefore disappear.
Agents and brokers will continue to dominate distribution, and, rather than becoming disintermediated
, will embrace Internet technologies and retain much of their current role.
Even today, he said, Nasdaq and other leading exchanges could be disintermediated
by new entities that give investors better information,
The authors note that, because many users of online reference services have difficulties articulating what their question is about, automated disintermediated
reference services face a substantial challenge.
Companies ranging from the Fortune 500 and Global 2000 to small independent businesses are working aggressively to avoid getting disintermediated
, reintermediated, or otherwise obsoleted by this remarkable new technology.
What Ron has done is he's disintermediated
, or eliminated, the editor.
Such an environment is said to be disintermediated
There is a school of thought that says that risk managers are a dying breed; that along with insurers, who will be elbowed out of their own business by banks, and brokers, who will be disintermediated
by the Internet, risk managers will see their responsibilities siphoned off by a chief risk officer who comes from the financial side of the house.
So why concentrate on the channel in a disintermediated
To what extent will E-commerce threaten my position, eg, is my company likely to be rapidly disintermediated
by electronic channels/marketplaces?
market also needs new approaches to market analysis.