decision-making

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Noun[edit]

decision-making (uncountable)

  1. Alternative form of decision making.
    • 2011 January 30, Mathew Ingram, “What If Google Is Just a One-Trick Pony?‎”, BusinessWeek: 
      But what if Google's biggest problem isn't a lack of flexibility or the speed of its decision-making, but a fundamental cultural inability to create new lines of business that can keep the company growing? What if it's just a gargantuan one-trick pony?
  2. attributive form of decision making
    • 2011 January 20, Jeremy Olson, “Ruling delayed on Al Barnes' medical decisions‎”, Minneapolis Star Tribune:
      The case pits Barnes' wife, Lana, against doctors at Methodist, who have asked the court to remove her decision-making authority over Barnes' care

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