reactive decision

reactive decision

[rē·ak′tiv]
Etymology: L, re + activus
(in psychology) a decision made by an individual in response to the influence or goals of others.
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The plan for tendering new contracts proposed earlier this year could never have solved the Naameh problem even if companies had bid and won those contracts because of the state's reactive decision to close Naameh by July 17.
He concedes, in hindsight, he made a mistake, telling Sports Illustrated: "It was a reactive decision.
He concedes, in hindsight, he made a mistake, saying: "It was a reactive decision.
The 23-year-old said, in hindsight, he made a mistake: "It was a reactive decision.
This resulted in reactive decision cycles and had adverse effects on stock volumes, delayed supplier rebates and reduced cash flow.
It was decided 18 months ago and it certainly was not a quick or a reactive decision," Camilla, who wears the title of managing partner, said.
Database auditing needs to extend across the entire enterprise and go beyond reactive decision making," said Nigel Stanley, Security Practice Leader, Bloor Research.
It's a very reactive decision to what has happened.
TRANS4M QuickStart can help these manufacturers to improve plant performance visibility, resolve delivery performance and inventory issues, and eliminate reactive decision making.
Reactive decisions can be changed into proactive ones, in real-time.
This insight can be used to make long-term proactive decisions in addition to short-term reactive decisions.
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