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decision-making

n
the act or process of making decisions(as modifier)
Translations

decision-making

[dɪˈsɪʒənˌmeɪkɪŋ]
A. Ntoma f de decisiones
he's good at decision-makinges bueno tomando decisiones
B. CPD decision-making process Nproceso m decisorio
decision-making unit Nunidad f de adopción de decisiones

decision-making

[dɪˈsɪʒənˌmeɪkɪŋ] n to be good at decision-makingsaper prendere decisioni
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Direction is taken from Liaschenko (1997) in considering patient-related knowledge in clinical decision-making.
The research reported in this paper aimed to examine the relationships between decisiveness in social relationships, and the decision-making styles of a group of university students and to investigate the contributions of decision-making styles in predicting decisiveness in social relationship (conflict resolution, social relationship selection certainty, and ease of social relationship selection).
Literature suggests that in these situations, alternate-to-rational decision-making strategies may provide more value to the decider than previously presumed (Simon, 1983; Phillips, 1997).
Another is to meet the career development needs of individual students, guiding them through an appropriate program of career decision-making and planning.
This system involves an understanding of market risk, the development of dynamic planning and decision-making processes and the maintenance of operational control in the face of continuous turmoil.
He changed his decision-making process to increase cognitive conflict and many credit that change to better decision making in handling the Cuban missile crisis.
Part I presents three distinctive developmental models that offer different explanations of "what develops" and the relative importance of different cognitive components and experiential components that may be important for developing judgment and decision-making skills.
Given the focus of this status on decision making, the literature on differences in decision-making style (Arroba, 1977; Harren, 1979; Herr & Cramer, 1996; Johnson, 1978) and on the validity of conscious decision making as a construct (Krieshok, 1998) is applicable to this status.
Crupi, asserts that acquisition professionals who have developed psychological and cultural preferences for ORSA-style decision making may be blinded to other decision-making rubrics and the valuable insights that can be derived from them.
As applied in the environmental management arena, these definitions suggest that a "strategic system" involves the integration of decision-making by all regulators, land and resource managers, and other government agencies whose decisions have direct and indirect implications for the number and kinds of activities that occur on a given land base.
This article investigates issues in the areas of work outcomes, self-determination, career decision-making skills, person centered planning, and transitional planning for students with disabilities.
He concludes that decision-making is a largely unconscious process, one that most people can't explain.

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