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decision-maker

n
a person who makes decisions
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decision-maker

[dɪˈsɪʒənˌmeɪkəʳ] Npersona f que toma decisiones
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FACTOR:: Decision-maker compensation EXPLANATION:: Decision-maker would assess the nature and size of its compensation (i.
The intelligence also must meet certain requirements of presentation: its content, format, orientation, and other attributes must address the situational requirements that affect the resolution of the problem or class of problems that is handled by the decision-maker.
The major concern of this paper is predicting decision-maker momentum to change product and service offerings in response w significant uncertainties as an antecedent to organizational change.
Quality decision defenses demonstrate decision-maker cognizance to potential challenges; this generally adds to decision acceptance and agreement.
In ethical deliberations about the role and value of nonprofessionals in a library setting, each of these stakeholders has direct or indirect influences, and if a decision-maker plays several roles, he or she may have to prioritize his or her roles or the values that those roles demand.
It confirms the crucial role played by the decision-maker in the pre-export decision-making process.
During the late 1970's, many states enacted or re-wrote legislation establishing laws governing a person's competency and the appointment of a substitute or surrogate decision-maker (Casasanto, Simon, & Roman, 1991).
Closest to rationality is attribution theory where the decision-maker is seen as a naive scientist who commits errors because he does not know better.
However, evaluating health interventions only from the perspective of an individual decision-maker, interest group, or program could perpetuate inappropriate resource allocation arrangements and yield suboptimal decisions for society.
And while there is no question that too many bad decisions can sandbag an organization, decision leaders know that a willingness to risk a certain amount of failure is necessary if the organization and the decision-maker are to learn and move ahead.
Personnel Index - lists every hospital decision-maker alphabetically by last name
0 version enables organizations to achieve a truly horizontal integrative environment where every decision-maker can more easily access tailored information as they need it.

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