adaptable to change

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'As I become older I notice that I'm less adaptable to change. I have been thinking a lot about my life, almost like Penelope, and I have decided it has taken me in very odd directions.
He also set out his plans to simplify the structure of the BBC, making it more effective and adaptable to change.
Ideal candidate will be flexible and adaptable to change in a fast-paced, energetic environment.
It is the one that is most adaptable to change." Adaptability has always been the strategic imperative for biological entities in a natural ecosystem.
`It's not the strongest or the smartest that survive, but the ones most adaptable to change.'"
Radical pruning, he adds, will result in fundamentally weaker plants, less adaptable to change, but nevertheless boasting larger blossoms, provided, of course, all environmental factors remain optimized.
"Over the last nine years the workforce has proved they are adaptable to change, so long as these changes are necessary for the long-term future of the site.
And while most are aware of the very real dangers for children that appear at every turn, we also know that children are a lot tougher and adaptable to change than they are often given credit for.
"The Prince's words were echoed by those of Lord Rogers of Riverside in the report of the Urban Task Force, which stated that towns and cities should be well designed, be more compact and connected, support a range of diverse uses within a sustainable urban environment which is well integrated with public transport and adaptable to change.
Being open-minded about new ideas or adaptable to change at roughly the same rate or ratio.
But the report, for the Institute for Employment Studies, added that despite the view that younger workers were more adaptable to change and physically fitter, more employers were recognising the strengths of their older colleagues.