disruption


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the act or an example of upsetting

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As part of the research, Accenture developed a disruptability index by dissecting disruption into its key components.
Dubai Cycle Course towards Mira: Disruptions from 6.
Thus, the Uber disruption is one of communication between provider and customer, abetted by a distinct pricing advantage: resource management is much more efficient when it requires less capital.
Each bank's journey will be unique, and the rewards will go to those that can foresee disruption and be proactive" quoted the report.
The Marketing Association of Pakistan (MAP) recently held a Dialogue on Disruption in Karachi.
A disruption has been suffered where the work is carried out less efficiently than it would have otherwise been, had the disrupting event not have occurred.
Muscat: Sohar desalination plant is back to its full production capacity after a fault had led to supply disruption on Tuesday.
First, the impact of each disruption isn't predictable but depends on the characteristics of the automated manufacturing system at the moment the disruption occurs.
At a press briefing, Desmond Kuek, chief executive of SMRT apologized for Tuesday evening's disruption which may have affected an estimated 250,000 commuters.
Those disruptions can take many forms but may be grouped and defined as Minor Disruption, Major Disruption and Catastrophic Disruption.
Summary: OPEC could call an emergency meeting if required by disruption to oil supply .
Urethral disruption is an uncommon injury that primarily results from pelvic trauma.
NETWORK Rail has been ordered to work more efficiently to reduce disruption caused by engineering work.