Again, it may be that we should satisfice
, or maybe we could aim for perfect advice about some limited subset of questions rather than all, or something else insofar as we are trying to account for reasons.
On the other end of the spectrum, the grasshopper is more of what researchers might refer to as a satisficer (satisfy plus suffice = satisfice
) or someone who will be happy with things being "good enough," who tends to opt for instant gratification and tends to live moment to moment.
BPH has given another step and keep the promise 2016 will bring more to satisfice
high expectations for our customers and potential investors.
Local experts have limited time in which to provide training assistance and they must accomplish their regularly assigned organizational tasks, therefore it was expected that they would satisfice
" means to satisfy a critical or essential outcome requirement.
(170) In real life, people constantly satisfice
; indeed, people who relentlessly seek the best possible option have a mad air about them.
Of course, most people are in between these extremes; some closer to the maximizer end point and some closer to the satisficer end point; you maximize and satisfice
to some degree.
Managers make incremental, unit-level changes that improve unit-level performance sufficiently to satisfy unit-level concerns, or, as the term has been coined, managers satisfice
. Because unit-level managers are motivated to satisfice
and do not see the effects on performance overall, performance improves sufficiently to prevent a crisis but remains suboptimal.
* People are more likely to work in teams and to satisfice
(accept available options and alternatives as satisfactory) rather than study alone and search comprehensively,
However, the present sewage systems in most cities are not efficient or satisfice
with the international requirements.
It has also been established that when uncertainty and anxiety are heightened (either through frustration or lack of ability in this area), information seekers either "satisfice
" in their information seeking (i.e.
(27) When we satisfice
, we cut our losses if we believe we are wasting time on a particular information-gathering task.