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unarticulated

(ŭn′är-tĭk′yə-lā′tĭd)
adj.
Biology Not having joints or segments.
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In a 2013 Harvard Business Review blog post, Brad Power describes how Tesco boosted profitability by dramatically improving its supply-chain management, and then took advantage of those new capabilities by using insight developed from loyalty card customer profiles to develop new, targeted services and product lines to meet previously unarticulated customer needs.
Those who cannot answer those questions now should have been forced to answer them before lives were spent towards an unarticulated purpose.
One of the unarticulated yet deeply felt pleasures of film festival-going is the opportunity to enhance one's carnal knowledge without any interference from the Central Board of Film Certification.
Interview data suggests that many CIOs struggle with an unarticulated vision for how they want to use social business corporate-wide.
"Using these facilities, I've always felt an unarticulated discomfort," said Clark.
Apart from individuals who come to synagogue for an ancillary reason--say, guests at a lifecycle event like a bar mitzvah--most people who walk into synagogue have a vague but unarticulated sense of why they are there.
For each standard examined, the text contains a vignette, discussion of the case from key perspectives--how the standard(s) of the APA Ethics Code apply, how laws of two different states would apply, cultural comparisons of an ethics code from one country and moral considerations in the US--an action section reviewing possible courses of action as directed by the APA Ethics Code, and self-reflective activities to explore unarticulated, personal values.
Perhaps both management and the other stakeholder's complacency was a reflection of their underlying and largely unarticulated appetite for risk.
Unarticulated anger at the way things are is never enough to effect real change, and it has become difficult to separate whatever message the Occupy movement has to offer from the sanitation problems, clashes with police, reported sexual assaults, and disdain for the rule of law that marks life in the encampments.
Later, occasional shooting stars flashed through their lives--fleeting, unarticulated wishes waiting to be fulfilled nevertheless.
No doubt it's much simpler than any long term (and so far unarticulated) vision for a Canadian industrial strategy.
Jonathan Downs's article ('Losing Our Marbles', July 2010) seems to me to rest on an unarticulated premise which needs to be questioned.