Transformation

Transformation,

Definition of Transformation:

  1. In an organizational context, a process of profound and radical change that orients an organization in a new direction and takes it to an entirely different level of effectiveness. Unlike turnaround (which implies incremental progress on the same plane) transformation implies a basic change of character and little or no resemblance with the past configuration or structure.

  2. A thorough or dramatic change in form or appearance.

Synonyms of Transformation

Fabianism, About-face, Act drop, Addition, Alchemy, Alteration, Approximation, Asbestos, Asbestos board, Assimilation, Assumption, Avatar, Backdrop, Batten, Becoming, Border, Catabolism, Catalysis, Change, Change-over, Changeover, Cloth, Consubstantiation, Conversion, Coulisse, Counterweight, Curtain, Curtain board, Cyclorama, Decor, Differentiation, Displacement, Division, Drop, Drop curtain, Equation, Evolution, Extrapolation, Extremism, Fire curtain, Flat, Flip-flop, Flipper, Gradualism, Growth, Hanging, Heterotopia, Integration, Interpolation, Inversion, Involution, Lapse, Meliorism, Metabolism, Metagenesis, Metamorphism, Metamorphosis, Metastasis, Metathesis, Metempsychosis, Modification, Multiplication, Mutant, Mutated form, Mutation, Naturalization, Notation, Passage, Permutation, Practice, Progress, Progressivism, Proportion, Radical reform, Radicalism, Rag, Re-formation, Reconversion, Reduction, Reform, Reformation, Reformism, Regeneration, Reincarnation, Resolution, Reversal, Revisionism, Revolution, Scene, Scenery, Screen, Shift, Side scene, Sport, Stage screw, Subtraction, Switch, Switch-over, Tab, Tableau, Teaser, Tormentor, Transanimation, Transfiguration, Transfigurement, Transformation scene, Transformism, Transit, Transition, Translation, Translocation, Transmigration, Transmogrification, Transmutation, Transposition, Transubstantiation, Turning into, Utopianism, Volte-face, Wing, Wingcut, Woodcut, Change, Alteration, Modification, Variation, Conversion, Revision, Amendment, Metamorphosis, Transfiguration, Evolution, Mutation, Sea change

How to use Transformation in a sentence?

  1. It had been twelve years since he had visited his hometown, and he was excited to find it had received quite an urban transformation by way of new road construction and a downtown improved by modernized office buildings and a large, beautiful park.
  2. The universitys new president brought about a transformation in its culture and reputation, as it won numerous national employee satisfaction awards and attracted many more highly qualified students who could have chosen to go anywhere.
  3. Sometimes businesses will make a transformation when they want to change their image or introduce a brand new product line.
  4. Its landscape has undergone a radical transformation.

Meaning of Transformation & Transformation Definition