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  • adjective Without an obvious boundary or boundaries.


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boundary +‎ -less


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  • What's happened with what we call boundaryless information flow, or the requirement for access to integrated information under security issues, is that we're now having to deal with something called "EA" on a number of different levels.

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  • Identifies customer needs, decision makers with precision … Negotiates independently at CXO level  Has a 'boundaryless' view of the business … generates powerful insights  Commercial Savvyness  Leverages business analysis skills … generates revenue / gain share opportunities 

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  • • Engage whole organization: contradictions of empowerment and that itself is a breach of - redefining itself as 'boundaryless'. openness, honesty and trust.

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  • It appears in the mass zeitgeist of financial hypnosis over years that a kind of boundaryless "global" has been good and "local" is boring - thus some serious public money in the UK is locked away in debatable foreign areas of financial nothingness just as confidence in banks everywhere has disappeared ...

    The News is - The News is Now Public

  • Although many companies aspire to promote easy interaction and coordination across departments, office locations, and pay scales, the "boundaryless" organization-like the paperless office-hasn't materialized.

    Bloc-Notes de Bertrand DUPERRIN

  • As I sensed into the stillness, I felt boundaryless, immense.

    Women Food and God

  • As I sensed into the stillness, I felt boundaryless, immense.

    Women Food and God

  • In a cynical business, you have to admire their boundaryless gusto.

    Love those movie blurbs

  • The spread of the Internet and the seemingly boundaryless options for collecting, saving, sharing, and comparing information trigger consumer worries.

    Archive 2007-05-01

  • Where Virgo discriminates (sign of the harvest, separating wheat from chaff, you know), Pisces/Neptune is boundaryless and "all is one" (which happens in spiritual things as well as when one is drunk and everyone in the bar is your long-lost buddy!)

    The Ocean of Wrath...


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