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1. In the late 1850s the speed of technological change quickened.
2. In these days of technological change we all suffer from information overload.
3. The pace of technological change has already rendered obsolete many items that few would argue amongst the worth of preserving.
4. Governments can do little about the speed of technological change, but they should take action to alleviate its effects on people.
5. Technological change, especially in military weapons, gave added impetus to the new expansionism.
6. Technology drives changes Technological change is one of the most potent forces for upsetting existing industry structures.
7. But improved communications, technological change, and increased demand led to concentration of food production in fewer and greater units.
8. The loss was caused by technological change and the amplifying feedback loop of responses to that change.
9. The computer appears to make work more efficient; technological change seems to be enhancing worker productivity at an unprecedented pace.
10. The pace of technological change is quickening.
11. One variable will be the pace of technological change, which has already transformed the face of agriculture.
12. There is danger that technological change will render obsolete a product or method of production.
13. Business people say technological change will mean fewer but better jobs.
14. But often, too, the technological change shifted the companies' labour requirements.
15. The scale and pace of technological change mean that the public as well as employees are crucially at risk.
16. Technological change, however, is less blatant, more insidious,[sentence dictionary] more gradual and more effective.
17. Technological change brings in its wake social change.
18. We needed to reskill our workforce to cope with massive technological change.
19. A successful company must keep up with the pace of technological change.
20. Companies are finding it hard to cope with the quickening pace of technological change.
21. Dependency costs for managers Two important sources of stress for managers in our sample companies are technological change and dependency on subordinates.
22. But aside from such trifling accomplishments, the superhero is also symbolic of an era of remarkable technological change.
23. Essentially the project will assess the question of whether a competitive advantage can be sustained through planned technological change.
24. That is to say, his explanation of long waves lies in technological change which results from the bunching of innovations made by entrepreneurs.
25. Its objectives are to clarify the role of scientists and engineers in the process of technological change.
26. We will follow the process of search, formulation and implementation of technological change.
27. On the issues of the future, especially on wealth creation and technological change, Labour had little to say.
28. However, many agreements included provision covering the possible effects of technological change on working conditions and the quality of working life.
29. Their ideas grew out of research carried out in the electronics industry where companies face high rates of technological change.
30. But there is another side to the story. Business people say technological change will mean fewer but better jobs.
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