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decision-maker

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a person who makes decisions
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decision-maker

[dɪˈsɪʒənˌmeɪkəʳ] Npersona f que toma decisiones
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IDC's Global IoT Decision-Maker Survey, 2019: First Look (IDC #US45407319) identifies the latest investment trends within IoT initiatives as well as the current expectations and concerns of IoT buyers worldwide.
Richard Screwed-some-more's PS5million golden goodbye was leaked, presumably by a decision-maker who was aghast at the thought of handing over a chunk of money for precisely nothing in return.
Political will is rooted in the values and preferences of the decision-maker. In the ideal world, these values and preferences are based on the common good - that is, the greatest good of the greatest numbe r- rather than personal welfare.
Additionally, the behavioral theory and its descendent theories are especially attractive for an effort to link decision-maker cognition to firm-level outcomes such as multinationality, and subsequently performance.
Two online surveys were used to gain insight into both Florida residents' and decision-maker perceptions of various water uses.
Participants were randomly assigned to the roles of decision-maker and receiver and anonymously paired up such that each decision-maker did not know who the receiver was and vice-versa.
Prescriptive analytics transforms the decision-making process by identifying growth opportunities through statistical data mining, machine-learning algorithms and prioritized recommendations that are personalized to the individual decision-maker. Using algorithms and methodologies, prescriptive analytics provides the synthesis of Big Data to pinpoint specific insights that inform decision-making.
(9) While they do not advocate eliminating the use of heuristics, Woolley and Fluker argue they should be used along with focusing "directly on the fundamental question: given the nature of this question, who is best positioned to decide it, the court or the decision-maker?" (10) While they recognize that such an approach may give less guidance to courts, the focus on determining the appropriate decision maker in a particular case allows the court to concentrate on the proper issue and avoid situations where the heuristics lead to an incorrect answer.
Metal mineral resources mining project bears large budget, long construction cycle, and high risks and it is influenced by external factors including metal mineral market supply and demand, technological progress and policies, and internal factors including decision-maker's working capacity and psychological bias, which could take effect on evaluation of metal mineral resources mining project [1].
"Sixty-nine percent of married men declare themselves as making decisions 'primarily by themselves' when it comes to investment decisions, yet only 13 percent of married women claim that their spouse is the primary decision-maker," says Mary Jo Herseth, national head of banking at BMO Private Bank.
* Sixty-nine percent of married men see themselves as the primary decision-maker regarding the family's choice in financial institutions, a claim that's supported by only 9 percent of married women.
After the story concludes, Bakke provides the reader with a wrap-up that summarizes the "basic assumptions of a decision-maker culture," the qualities of decision makers, and how an advice process works.

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