[ dˈɪsɪnəd͡ʒə], [ dˈɪsɪnədʒə], [ d_ˈɪ_s_ɪ_n_ə_dʒ_ə]
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How to use "Dyssynergia" in context?
The word dyssynergia is derived from Greek and means "a lack of synergy." This is an important concept to understand when it comes to the relationship between people and their workplaces. Synergy is the synergy between two or more entities or elements to create a greater effect; for example, the synergy between an engine and its propeller. Dyssynergia is the opposite of synergy. It is when two or more entities or elements work against each other, not together. If one entity or element is missing, the synergy is absent and dyssynergia prevails.
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