decompartmentalize

decompartmentalize

(ˌdiːkɒmpɑːtˈmɛntəˌlaɪz) or

decompartmentalise

vb (tr)
(Sociology) to remove excessive compartmentalization from (an organization)
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decompartmentalize

[ˌdiːkɒmpɑːtˈmentəlaɪz] VTdescompartimentar
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Medium-range missile moyenne portee (MMP) antitank missiles fired from individual posts or Jaguar strike fighters and Hellfire air-to-surface missiles fired from Tiger attack helicopters could help decompartmentalize the maneuver, contributing to fluidifying it.
Again, the essence of his insights reflect the need to seriously decompartmentalize one's life.
They will allow us to balance--no, to integrate work and family, and to decompartmentalize our lives.
The critical lens helped students decompartmentalize spheres of personal and professional selves.
Indeed, the UN High Commissioner for Refugees has been actively encouraging governments to integrate the settlement of refugees into their development planning, and has appealed to donor countries to decompartmentalize their development assistance and humanitarian aid, so that refugee-hosting communities can benefit more easily from development monies.
Through the pooling of resources and skills, the Institute wishes to decompartmentalize and therefore to de-ghettoize children's literature, as this literary category is still largely ignored or despised by French scholars and little is done in this field in universities: France lags behind other countries in this respect since, for instance, you cannot take a degree in children's literature and you can only study it as part of a few very specific subjects.
Thinkers in all disciplines, in his view, will need to decompartmentalize their way of thinking and face the new intellectual horizons with a more catholic, wide-angle perspective.
Like the writing of Jorge Luis Borges or Georges Perec (Penser, Classer), Van Caeckenbergh's fictive inventories constitute a subversive language, one that defies the universal claims of scientific discourse; they work to decompartmentalize our own ways of perceiving reality, and so to liberate them.
of Macau, China) provides a thoughtful introduction emphasizing the need for a systemic approach to China studies that decompartmentalizes current scholarship within various sub-disciplines.