de-silo

de-silo

To integrate data from disparate sources maintained by separate departments. To de-silo means to get rid of silos. See data silo.
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"We had a notion early on in our administration that we wanted to de-silo NJ Transit; we need to de-silo probably lots of parts of government," Murphy said.
* De-silo. At most theatres, the artistic director selects the shows, then announces the season to their staff, who have a month or two to come up with show art, a marketing plan, and community engagement ideas to sell subscriptions and single tickets.
Education needs to de-silo and recognize that lifelong learning is important, but you also need to teach the skills so that people, when they graduate, will have jobs."
* The state of the science linking oral health and other areas of medicine and changes in the relationships between the dental and medical communities as they slowly de-silo and integrate to deliver better care and greater access for patients.