The civil service is underpaid and inefficient.
We replaced paper with computers because paper was inefficient.
These incumbent processes are often manual, cumbersome, and inefficient, according to Stephenson.
The national debate often reduces the health service to an intangible behemoth – inefficient and expensive.
The resulting unemployment was not merely unjust, it was also thuddingly inefficient.
Lightly industrialized cities in the west face air pollution caused by the prevalence of inefficient automobiles.
Their very success demonstrated that public projects were not necessarily inefficient, extravagant and dishonest.
The overlap is inefficient: it duplicates research and development, reduces economies of scale and destroys pricing power.
Because exporters must compete in the global market, the weak and inefficient—which includes most SOEs—have been driven out.
The threat of backlash is an argument for boosting the region's still puny and inefficient investment in health, education and social services.
That meant evaluating the city's 40 departments, identifying inefficient and ineffective procedures, conducting assessments, and implementing solutions.
The consequent fiscal burden diverted resources that might otherwise have been used for investment, while the inefficient use of resources dampened growth rates.
So will those stemming from protected firms’ tendency to grow bloated, inefficient or—as has happened with Boeing’s ill-fated 737 MAX plane—potentially dangerous.
This study found that so-called “energy-inefficient” houses, following traditional design, managed under certain conditions to outperform 6- and 8-star buildings.
It was transparently ideological and demonstrably inefficient; indeed, Serco’s telephone tracers were around 50% successful in reaching contacts; public health tracers were over 90% successful.
She first dived into the crypto space, given bitcoin's wild swings last week after Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen called it an "extremely inefficient way of conducting transactions" and warned investors of losses from trading the "highly speculative asset."
While I do encourage managers to have regular 1-1 meetings with their direct reports, I've seen many dysfunctional executive teams that just are not used to working together and something like a deliberately inefficient weekly meeting getting them together would help.
Lucy Hughes, 23, a recent graduate in product design from the University of Sussex, sought to tackle the dual problems of environmentally harmful single-use plastics and inefficient waste streams by harnessing fish offcuts to create an eco-friendly plastic alternative.
I think the reaction to this is going to be a lot more protectionism because of this idea of self-sufficiency, so we're probably going to see a lot more of that, but it's much more inefficient, and consequently, if you have an inefficient system, you don't have as much problem.
Instead of a commitment toward “accelerating efforts towards the phase-out of unabated coal power and of inefficient subsidies for fossil fuels”, the country’s lead negotiator requested a call to escalate “efforts to phase down unabated coal power, and phase out inefficient fossil-fuel subsidies”.
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