adaptable to change

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It's no secret that being adaptable to change is mandatory for any business that works in a competitive market.
Ahsan Iqbal maintained that innovative and quality-oriented economies are more productive, resilient and adaptable to change and better able to support higher living standards.
The programs are dynamic and fluid, adaptable to change.
Let's consider how to challenge the status quo, create a culture of creativity and develop a workplace that's nimble and adaptable to change.
ALAN Irvine admits he might go with three centre-halves as part of a fiveman defence this season - but he expects his Albion side to vary their style of football and the players to be adaptable to change.
Salas and her team found that the motor cortex in those with chronic insomnia was more adaptable to change - more plastic - than in a group of good sleepers.
However, it's important that businesses remain adaptable to change and look for ways to grow beyond our borders.
With the economy changing, advancing technology, and future changes in health care, Tennessee will benefit from having experienced nurses that are knowledgeable and adaptable to change.
However, the paper focuses on some aspects of Nuba culture, asserting that specialised cultural traditions is less adaptable to change, whereas generalised cultural tradition is susceptible to change.
In a highly competitive market it is extremely exciting to see, among the following pages, how manufacturers have come up with numerous products that have adapted to the needs of industry, quietly following the Darwinian evolutionary approach of it's not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent that survives, it's the one that is the most adaptable to change.
MANAMA: Due to their small size and private ownership, small to medium sized enterprises (SMEs) are more adaptable to change.