solutionist

solutionist

(səˈluːʃənɪst)
n
a problem-solver
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Your Creative Solutionist closely works with its clients and develops, designs and imagines a brand story that attracts the attention of customers and keeps them coming back for more.
As pioneer solutionist Bill Gates suggested in a 2013 Wall Street Journal op-ed, it's highly extensible.
A Solutionist Exploration Consulting, 1313 E Maple St.
Shows include My Cool Inventions, Talkin' Pets with Jon Patch, Sunrise America and The Solutionist.
A solutionist has to suggest and optimalize a robotic workplace before he starts to form the robot programme.
Como Group Chief Solutionist Liam Thomas said "the initial launch of Como.
Powers, NREMT-P, BCECR, runs Emergency Response Corps, a division of The Solutionist, a firm that specializes in disaster response and pre/post-disaster consulting.
Any government may or may not find that comfortable but he is by conviction a solutionist.
The Moderns is a solutionist think tank that uses a multidisciplinary collaborative approach to "translate socially relevant strategies and environmentally smart designs into solid business opportunities.
But in case of the former, solutionist model, such an outcome is understood as a voluntary choice, while in the latter, isolation will become a punishment for the refusal to accept all the liberal standards -- which have been developed without taking into account the experience and world-view of millions-strong nations in which the religious and cultural traditions of Orthodoxy have prevailed.
Raspberry calls himself "a solutionist," often in print.
Lindsey's experience in the private sector includes his role as Founder, Chief Solutionist and Director of the Hewlett-Packard Advanced Solutions Lab (ASL), created with the sole purpose of delivering solutions that revolutionize markets, industries and the world.
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