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decision-making

Definitions

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  • n. Alternative form of decision making.
  • n. attributive form of of decision making

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Examples

  • This leads to a lengthy discussion of what the authors call “decision-making competence” and its standards, as well as the specific ˜decision-making capacities™ that are said to underlie what they call

    Decision-Making Capacity

  • It is an extraordinary effort that must be done for peace of mind as well as long-term decision-making.

    David Wagner: Report From Tokyo: Living With Radiation

  • In fact, over a meal at Toronto's dimly lit Shore Club, the normally affable, curious Mr. Collins becomes slightly agitated when I suggest that chronic uncertainty forces stock-market-driven businesses into short-term decision-making that makes his ideal of long-run "10X" performance unlikely.

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  • The recession made consumers more conscious of their consumption choices and taught them about frugality and the power of long-term decision-making.

  • Several companies have mentioned that they are eliminating outdated practices that encourage short-term decision-making and can confuse investors.

  • But the rules that govern the system shape outcomes and it is no accident that too many takeovers are decided on the basis of short-term decision-making by people who never had any interest in the long-term success of the company concerned.

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  • The council is pushing for lay people to have a greater say in church decision-making, which is often top-down.

    Competing conferences show division among U.S. Catholics

  • Call their decision-making into question: We all love it when the Heat lose, says the Cleveland Plain-Dealer's Terry Pluto, because "any person with basic basketball knowledge realizes Miami could fix its late-game misery with a simple play" - a pick-and-roll that opens up options for both Wade and James score.

    Danny Groner: Miami Heat Coverage: A Crying Shame

  • The disparate-impact approach encourages race-based decision-making, which is flatly at odds with the color-blind ideals of the civil-rights movement and the laws for which it fought.

    Disparate Impact, Loan Quotas and Mortgage Lending

  • Call their decision-making into question says the Cleveland Plain-Dealer's Terry Pluto, because "any person with basic basketball knowledge realizes Miami could fix its late-game misery with a simple play" - a pick-and-roll that opens up options for both Wade and James score.

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