Disaggregation

Disaggregation,

Definition of Disaggregation:

  1. Breaking up of a total (aggregate), integrated whole, or a conglomerate, into smaller elements, parts, or units, usually for easier handling or management. Also called deintegration or disintegration.

How to use Disaggregation in a sentence?

  1. The panel, ostensibly gathered to oversee the disaggregation of the company along potentially new lines, decided that before they proceeded it was imperative that they meet with the current division heads, in order to get an overview of each sections purpose, personnel, inherent resources and strengths and challenges, as they presently stood.
  2. You may want to undergo a disaggregation if you think that is the best way to move forward with your business.
  3. The disaggregation process was almost over and that meant we would be able to go to lunch soon and leave.

Meaning of Disaggregation & Disaggregation Definition