disorganisation


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Synonyms for disorganisation

a condition in which an orderly system has been disrupted

the disturbance of a systematic arrangement causing disorder and confusion

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With the wreck of the Costa Concordia there seems to have been mistakes by the captain, panic and disorganisation of the crew and an inability to launch the lifeboats due to the angle of the ship.
While disorganisation is a powerful theme throughout the book, there are constant references to the whole attachment classification system and its origins and implications.
AUDITOR General Chrystalla Yorkadji has highlighted high expenses, inconsistencies and disorganisation in the finances of the defence ministry and the National Guard in her 2010 annual report.
AS A candidate in the General Election, I was appalled by the disorganisation which led to thousands of voters being denied their democratic rights on Thursday night.
Similarly, very little is known about the mediating mechanism that may exist between the four reflective thinking phases and academic performance, via disorganisation, persistence, and effort.
I lament the disorganisation," he said, "It was obvious that it was going to catch fire.
00pm) Paul Kenyon investigates the quality of care for the older generation, exposing a world of disorganisation, poor management and neglect.
Finally, treatment of the cells with PLE prevented UV-induced morphological changes in human fibroblasts, namely disorganisation of F-actin-based cytoskeletal structures, coalescence of the tubulin cytoskeleton and mislocalization of adhesion molecules such as cadherins and integrins.
UHY said the results provided proof that the merger of the departments had been handled ineffectively and had caused severe disorganisation and disruption with a declining level of service to the public.
These can be behavioural problems, poor concentration, poor social skills, disorganisation, mood swings, a poor sense of danger and specific learning difficulties.
The four candidates are the privately-owned Jordan and Sauber plus BAR-Honda and Jaguar, owned by Ford - the car giant which is upset at the sport's long-running disorganisation.
Samoa cashed in on England's disorganisation and frequent errors but were undone at the end, and it is hard to see the Springboks slipping up in such a basic way.
Labour union and staff association membership and density has fallen, collective organisation has experienced dislocation and disorganisation and worker self-confidence has been sapped.
The author said she had joined NI21 because she thought she had found her political home, but soon became disillusioned by the party's disorganisation and lack of experience.
A teenager, not very worldly wise, was left floundering because of inaccurate instructions and disorganisation.