decision maker


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Noun1.decision maker - someone who administers a businessdecision maker - someone who administers a business  
academic administrator - an administrator in a college or university
director, manager, managing director - someone who controls resources and expenditures
executive, executive director - a person responsible for the administration of a business
chief, top dog, head - a person who is in charge; "the head of the whole operation"
hosteller, hotel manager, hotelier, hotelkeeper, hotelman - an owner or manager of hotels
land agent - a person who administers a landed estate
security director - head of a private security force working for a business or industry
vice chancellor - a deputy or assistant to someone bearing the title of chancellor
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Respondents of IDC's Global IoT Decision Maker Survey include IT and line of business decision makers (director and above) from 29 countries across six industries that have invested or plan to invest in IoT projects.
Dahl's core thesis is that these strikes are prevented by a combination of precise tactical warning from the American intelligence community and the receptivity of decision makers to the data provided.
Drawing upon the behavioral theory of the firm (Cyert and March 1963; Greve 2003a, b), this conceptual analysis offers that stable deviation from firm-specific levels of multinationality can be explained by decision maker use of aspirations.
Business decision makers are under the same pressure as IT to optimise budgets, standardise processes, and achieve greater efficiency.
IT decision makers indicate a huge desire for an enterprise-wide security architecture that combines cyber security with access while enabling segmentation across wired and wireless networks.
Assume that <[MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]> be a rough neutrosophic number for the rating of k-th decision maker. After using AGO operator, we obtain [E.sub.k] = <[T.sub.k],[I.sub.k],[F.sub.k]> as a single valued neutrosophic number for the rating of k-th decision maker.
development [funding] finances maternal and child health activities, so this shows there is a policy shift."--Ethiopian decision maker
The key distinction was between errors as to the jurisdiction of the decision maker and errors that were non-jurisdictional.
When we talked to ICT decision makers in 2011 they indicated that their primary focus had remained unchanged from 2009; in the majority respondents were still focused on improving the way in which teams across the organisation communicate and collaborate.
Although fewer women identified themselves as the primary decision maker (38% versus 69% of men), only 5% of men said their spouse was calling the shots on financial decisions.
The Decision Maker is a cleverly crafted tale about Tom Anderson, the new owner of a manufacturing firm who decides to spread decision-making throughout the organization.
Removal or other rights exercisable by an independent board of directors (or similar governing body) could indicate a decision maker is an agent.

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