In mathematics, "inflection point
" describes a point on a curve having certain properties; the phrase has no judgmental content.
An inflection point
may have been reached for loss frequency, tort filings and reserve releases, says Conning.
Models###Time of the inflection point
(ti)###The value of the inflection point
His latest book, Getting Innovation Right: How Leaders Leverage Inflection Points
to Drive Success, was published in 2013.
[USPRwire, Mon Sep 21 2015] The mobile value-added services for the enterprises in the Asia-Pacific are at an inflection point
, whereby more than three-fourths of the enterprise respondents plan to increase their MVAS expenditure.
Davos: The World Economic Forum (WEF) said said power sector of India is at an inflection point
and most of its electricity demand in the next two decades will be met by burning fossil fuels despite huge investments in renewables.
Companies reaching Laconia's inflection point
have an in-market product, existing primary revenue stream, relatively light future capital requirements, and a valuation that reflects the current asset value rather than a hockey stick projection.
For the first time since Croly's era, we are at an inflection point
in American politics, a time when the fundamental definition of what politics is all about could change.
This higher order equation may yield an improved fit up through moderate strains as it provides a model that exhibits one inflection point
on the stress strain curve.
"Business and technology development is at an inflection point
, and Abilizer 6.0, combined with our partners' integration technologies, will help our customers leverage their legacy systems, applications, and information more quickly and cost effectively."
Red Robin board Chair and interim CEO Pattye Moore said she believes the company has "reached an inflection point
in our transformation."