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The action or process of making decisions, especially important ones.‘the system encourages workers' participation in corporate decision-making’
- ‘This model permits simple cost-benefit analysis in the context of the criminal decision making process.’
- ‘The present study examined the effects of integrating an ethical decision making process into a high school community service program.’
- ‘Selling calves at weaning provided the most variation in the decision-making outcomes.’
- ‘In the past decision-making within the company was very centralized.’
- ‘The state was the locus of political decision-making for society.’
- ‘A camp may want to help campers improve decision-making skills.’
- ‘The moment we get into murky decision-making processes, everybody has an alibi.’
- ‘However, in the absence of a definitively positive trial, many consider meta-analysis inadequate evidence for clinical decision making.’
- ‘The balance of rational decision-making seems to point against the link.’
- ‘Speed has become a defining quality of successful decisionmaking.’
- ‘For students of U.S. national security decision making, this book is a superb case study.’
- ‘The Executive Council is the highest decision-making authority.’
- ‘The very nature of democracy requires public input into decision-making, not technocrats deciding what is good for the public.’
- ‘This ensures effective decision-making in employing all rescue assets.’
- ‘By nature, strategic leadership requires consequential decision making.’
- ‘The remainder of this section explores the implications of these conclusions for pedagogical decision-making.’
- ‘Participants were asked a number of questions in the interview that pertained to couple decision making.’
- ‘The present centralised structure of the education system does not lend itself to agility in decision-making.’
- ‘The former cabinet secretary has long been critical of the decline of cabinet decision-making.’
- ‘Identifying high-risk patients is also important in therapeutic decision making.’
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