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WHAT DOES CANNIBALISATION MEAN IN ENGLISH?
A cannibal is an organism which eats others of its own species. Cannibal and similar terms may also refer to: ▪ Cannibalism, of a non-human animal, eating one's own species ▪ Cannibalism in pre-Columbian America ▪ Endocannibalism, eating dead members of one's own culture, tribe or social group ▪ Camouflage canopy that 'ate up' field guns and limbers in Operation Bertram...
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «CANNIBALISATION» OVER TIME
The graph expresses the annual evolution of the frequency of use of the word «cannibalisation» during the past 500 years. Its implementation is based on analysing how often the term «cannibalisation» appears in digitalised printed sources in English between the year 1500 and the present day.
Examples of use in the English literature, quotes and news about cannibalisation
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «CANNIBALISATION»
Discover the use of cannibalisation in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to cannibalisation and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
Spoiling the cannibals' fun?: cannibalism and ...
Spoiling the Cannibals' Fun? is not a volume about Captain Cook, unless one thinks the story of his having been eaten in the Polynesian tropics is not so much about the nourishing of the barbarians with a white man's flesh, as one which ...
Wojciech Kalaga, Tadeusz Rachwał, 2005
Guide to Management Ideas and Gurus
CANNIBALISATION Cannibalisation If a firm introduces a new product or service
into a market where there is little scope for further growth, that product or service
will either eat into the share of the market's existing products, or swiftly ...
Tim Hindle, 2008
Supply Chain Management with SAP APO™: Structures, Modelling ...
Cannibalisation In some cases a promotion for a product causes a decrease in
the demand for a related product, which is substituted by the promoted product.
This effect is called the cannibalisation of the demand. The cannibalisation is ...
Jörg Thomas Dickersbach, 2009
Design Process Improvement: A review of current practice
In doing so, the firm must be aware that it risks cannibalisation of its high-quality
products, as shown in the Figure 17.3. Reservation Reservation price price
Premium segment Premium segment Price for premium segment Price for ...
John Clarkson, Claudia Eckert, 2010
Darwinian Fitness in the Global Marketplace: Analysing the ...
a product category, in an attempt to differentiate between cannibalisation and
competitive effects. The question is to what extent the growth in market share can
be derived within a product line that has marginal differentiation among the ...
Creative Disruption ePub eBook: What you need to do to shake ...
The final factor for success really deserves a chapter on its own: taking a smart
approach to cannibalisation. I don't really like the term cannibalisation. It shifts
you back to thinking protectively about the past rather than progressively about
Simon Waldman, 2013
Forecasting for the Pharmaceutical Industry: Models for New ...
The final dynamic to model in the share projection section of the new product
forecast algorithm is that of cannibalisation. Cannibalisation refers to the
conversion of patients between two formulations of a product - typically a strategy
used for ...
A G Cook, 2012
Retail Product Management: Buying and Merchandising
Another cost involved with multi-channel retailing is sales cannibalisation. In all
the complexity of multi-channel shopping, a retailer may not be gaining any more
customers, in a similar way that opening more and more stores may just be ...
In some cases cannibalisation is also practised. Consider a situation where two
identical items of equipment have failed due to different failure modes. If the
equipment is critical, then the immediate requirement would be to restore at least
B. Bhadbury, D Shenoy, 2003
Marketing & Sales
I unplanned cannibalisation the unexpected loss of sales from one product to
another more re- cendy introduced product in the line, unplanned cannibalisation
is more likely when there is little significant difference between the two products.
Stella Mike, 2005
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «CANNIBALISATION»
Find out what the national and international press are talking about and how the term cannibalisation is used in the context of the following news items.
Video ad content is now pervasive and powerful
While they once hesitated to release content because of the feared cannibalisation of their TV audiences, it turns out consumers tend to watch ... «The Guardian, Jul 15»
'We expect a tremendous response to the S-Cross.'
There is not much of a cannibalisation, just about 1-2 percent. There are customers who are hard-core diesel car buyers who do not worry ... «Autocar Professional, Jul 15»
GCC smartphone market up 21% in Q1 – IDC
The UAE saw the biggest drop in the region, mainly due to the “cannibalisation of the market by tablets and smartphones” and the slowdown in ... «Gulf Business News, Jul 15»
Thicke bounces back from bad times
... ruling in favour of the Gaye estate that stunned a music industry that has always made room for creative cannibalisation of the musical past. «The Straits Times, Jul 15»
We might look at an integrated product folio: Amar Babu
We have overlapping product portfolios. So, of course, there is a possibility of cannibalisation. Customers expect different things from these two ... «Business Standard, Jul 15»
Neutral rating on TCS; What next?
TCS's key concern as it moves into the digital era is likely to be the cannibalisation of its large installed base in its applications business. At over ... «Financial Express, Jul 15»
Is click-and-collect 'cannibalising' retailers?
"I see this 'online cannibalisation conundrum' as an even greater long-term threat to supermarkets' profitability than competition from the hard ... «BBC News, Jul 15»
Enterprise mobility applications gain traction in Europe
In spite of the cannibalisation effect on traditional client device markets, standalone commercial tablets are also creating a huge opportunity for ... «AppsTech, Jul 15»
The curious case of the 'Vauxhall cannibals' sweeping Bedfordshire
The bizarre Griffin-cannibalisation crimewave was reported to the wider world by the BBC television programme Crimewatch Roadshow on 1 ... «CAR Magazine, Jul 15»
Is The Era of Private Certification Nearly Over?
The deleterious impact of all of this on the risk profile has continued to coincide with fee cannibalisation and the habit of too many builders or ... «Sourceable, Jul 15»
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