is that Davis offers no solutions at the end.
Though traditional intelligence tests are powerfully predictive, these instruments have too many shortcomings
to be used with a modern, managerial population.
Developers have had to juggle multiple design considerations to circumvent shortcomings
inherent to parallel technology.
Revitalizing the warning process with adequate and dedicated staff resources and consistent leadership might mitigate this shortcoming
in the future.
The more troubling shortcoming
of the book is the fact that, despite its acknowledgment of the social and historical circumstances that inform the parallels it explores, Up from Bondage shows a tin ear for real politics throughout.
Its principal shortcoming
is that only 12 hours of credit are available each year.
To help employees counter this shortcoming
, departments need to ensure that supervisors receive training in communication skills, human relations, and even public speaking.
is that McKenzie doesn't see the forest for the trees.
The second typical shortcoming
is the failure to achieve an appropriate geographic distribution of mortgage and small business loan products throughout a bank's community.
One can call it a failing or a shortcoming
of intelligence, but then its a shortcoming
of both intelligences - Pakistan and the United States.
How do we tend to compensate for this shortcoming
? By asking for second and third opinions from objective individuals On listening carefully to those opinions, we can overcome our subjectivity.
The follow-up to McWhorter's Losing the Race--as opposed to his pop-linguistics book, The Power of Babel--Authentically Black suffers from the same shortcoming
as Losing the Race, which is to say, Mcwhorter's almost radical inability to meaningfully apply any concepts gleaned from his day-job as a linguist to his sideline as a neo-conservative talking head.