decision-making

decision-making
decision-making UK US noun [uncountable]
the process of deciding what to do about something, especially in an organization

the consensus approach to decision-making

Employees are now demanding greater involvement in the decision-making process.

Thesaurus: choices and the process of choosingsynonym

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noun [noncount]
: the act or process of deciding something especially with a group of people

The project will require some difficult decision-making.

All members of the organization have a role in decision-making.

— often used before another noun

the company's decision-making process

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deˈcision-making [decision-maker decision-making] noun uncountable
the process of deciding about sth important, especially in a group of people or in an organization

responsibility for decision-making

All the staff should be involved in the decision-making process.

Derived Word:decision-maker

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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