paradigm shift


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paradigm shift

A dramatic change in methodology or practice. It often refers to a major change in thinking and planning, which ultimately changes the way projects are implemented. For example, accessing applications and data from the Web instead of from local servers is a paradigm shift. See paradigm and buzzword.
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Estrada, they need to effect a paradigm shift as they consider adapting the core values -- both global and loca -- into their strategies and operating plans and programs.
The report says whilst accountants have used technology for decades to enhance the value they can deliver, the pace of change and the power of AI means a paradigm shift is coming.
This so-called paradigm shift can be seen in many examples such as GPS device displaced by software companies such as Google and Waze, desktop computing disrupted by mobile devices, and the traditional auto industry centered around the internal combustion engine threatened by peer-to-peer service providers (e.
Kuhn describes a paradigm shift as the 'abandonment of previously held beliefs and techniques.
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