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İngilizce - Türkçe
birlikte çalışma
Birlikte çalışma, birbirini kuvvetlendirme
Bir sonuca katkısı olabilecek birkaç etkenin belirli bir etkileşim sonucunda elde ettiği ortak güç, artı güç
(Biyoloji) Sinerji
(Tıp) Birkaç doku veya ilacın bir olayı meydana getirmek için birlikte tesir yapması, işbirliği
birbirini kuvvetlendirme
system synergy
sistem sinerji
İngilizce - İngilizce
Behavior of a system that cannot be predicted by the behavior of its parts
Benefits resulting from combining two different groups, people, objects or processes
Combined action; the combined healthy action of every organ of a particular system; as, the digestive synergy
An interaction between drugs where the effects are stronger than their mere sum
Interaction of materials to give a combined result different from either material alone
Behavior of Whole Systems Not Predictable from Behavior of Parts
Positive incremental gain associated with the combination of two firms through a merger or acquisition Synergies are hoped to improve the performance of the combined enterprise over its previously separate parts For example, a merger between two telecommunications companies, one a traditional phone company and the other one a wireless company, could have synergies and might be expected, on a combined basis, to have higher earnings or cash flow per share than as separate companies
Advantage achieved through integration of business units
the action of 2 or more agents (e g , drugs) working together to produce an effect greater than the combined effect of the same agents used separately
Synergy is that process in which the whole is greater than the sum of its partsBack to Top
If there is synergy between two or more organizations or groups, they are more successful when they work together than when they work separately. Of course, there's quite obviously a lot of synergy between the two companies The synergies gained from the merger, Pirelli claimed, would create savings of about £130m over four years. the additional effectiveness when two or more companies or people combine and work together (synergia, from synergos , from syn- ( SYN-) + ergon )
the working together of two things (muscles or drugs for example) to produce an effect greater than the sum of their individual effects
The result of combining two different groups, people, objects or processes
1 A common attribute 2 The combination of two things could produce more with fewer employees and/or plant and equipment
The dynamic energetic atmosphere created in an online class when participants interact and productively communicate with each other and in groups The cooperative efforts of the participants create an enhanced combined effect compared to the sum of their individual effects This atmosphere is highly conducive to learning
The effect of a combination of separate actions or operations that make the whole greater than the sum of its parts When one business buys another, synergy is often the goalthat the combined enterprise will perform better than the previously separate companies because it is more efficient
Mutual reinforcement, making the sum greater than the parts Although line function departments deal with discreet services, these services impact on one another For example, the supply of water and sanitation impacts on the health needs of a community; and the location of housing developments impacts on the transport needs of a community Developing a synergy between line functions means understanding the impact that line functions have on one another, and ensuring that the policies and implementation programmes of individual line functions support and enhance the delivery of other services
Agents working together in harmony
combined or cooperative action or force synergism synergic [Modern Latin synergia < Greek joint work < synergein, to work together < syn-, together + ergon, work]
Mutual stimulation or amplification of two parallel processes, whereby their joint (positive or negative) effect becomes larger than the sum of the effects of each individual process The existence of synergy effects is a part of the background for integrated planning
The effect of 1 + 1 = 5 or 10 or 20 It can be the result of effective collaboration This is because the result has emergent qualities that could not be found by breaking things down into their constituent parts A team of people can achieve more than the individuals could acting independently Their heightened motivation, creativity and commitment emerges from their interactions
The idea that combined parts have properties that are more or less that the sum of the parts (positive-sum or negative-sum rather than zero-sum) Related to emergence but much wider The negative-sum version is sometimes called dysergy, leaving synergy to mean only beneficial effects
The combination of parts of a business such that the sum is worth more than the individual parts - often remembered as 2 + 2 = 5"
Combined action the combined healthy action of every organ of a particular system; as, the digestive synergy
A principle which states that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts
The incremental savings or revenue growth achieved when one combined enterprise is created from two or more separate parts The merger of Kraft Foods with Nabisco generated incremental revenues from co-branding and new products while reducing operating costs through the rationalization of excess capacity or elimination of redundant activities
The condition wherein the whole is greater than the sum of its parts; in a synergistic merger, the postmerger value exceeds the sum of the separate companies' premerger values
{i} combined action of two or more agents which produces a result stronger than their individual efforts; cooperation between two or more groups, combined action
Agents that work harmoniously together, or where the total effect is more affective than the individual parts A synergistic oil blend combines a variety of oils to produce a new aroma with a different therapeutic effect
the hope for result when companies combine and want to see greater strength apparent in the new organisation than was there in the previous business units This often achieved through economies of scale, a reduction in duplication of tasks, and more efficient use of resources
— 'The whole is more than the summary of its components'
when chemicals or drugs are used together, they may show negative or positive synergy Positive synergy occurs when the sum of the effects of chemicals acting together is greater than the additive effects of the individual chemicals Negative synergy occurs when the sum of effects of the mixture is less than that of the individual components of the mix Antioxidant mixtures commonly exhibit positive synergy, although negative synergy can also occur
The result when the performance of a group goes beyond the capabilities of group members as individuals; communication among group members allows synergy to occur
1) the idea that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts 2) the added value created by joining two separate firms, enabling a greater return to be achieved than by their individual contributions as separate entities
plural of synergy