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pro·ac·tive

 (prō-ăk′tĭv)
adj.
Acting in advance to deal with an expected difficulty; anticipatory: proactive steps to prevent terrorism.

pro·ac′tion n.
pro·ac′tive·ly adv.
pro·ac′tive·ness, pro′ac·tiv′i·ty n.

proaction

(prəʊˈækʃən)
n
action that initiates change as opposed to reaction to events
[C20: from pro-2 + (re)action]
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Morris, Webb, and Franklin (2011) assess five empirical studies that examine the EO and performance relationship in nonprofts and found that two studies (Bhuian, Menguc, and Bell, 2005; Pearce, Fritz, and Davis, 2010) found a positive impact for EO on some measure of economic or financial performance of the nonprofits; two studies (Coombes, Morris, and Allen, 2009; Morris, Coombes, and Schindehutte, 2007) found no significant linkages in nonprofits between EO and financial performance, and one study (Voss, Voss, and Moorman, 2005) found that the relationships between three dimensions of EO--risk taking, proaction and innovativeness--and financial performance were mixed depending on the measure of performance used.
I wish my own ward councillors would show as much proaction.
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If the amphibious assault against a hostile shore is among the most complex, technologically and organizationally, of all military undertakings, the amphibious withdrawal does the assault one better--its execution comes as a "branch," a contingency, against reversal of fortune, thus as reaction rather than proaction.