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FACTOR: Other decision-maker interests EXPLANATION: A decision-maker holding interests in an entity other than fees (e.
RIM professionals are perfectly placed to ensure appropriate information is identified as key intelligence and is communicated proactively to the responsible decision-maker.
resource availability and decision-maker risk propensity) is low, the overall momentum for organizational change may be low.
Unfortunately, some of these decisions are made hastily, without in-depth consideration, lacking full information for decision-makers, and without the benefit of having adequate time to carefully consider implications and costs of suggested new policies, policy changes, or other decisions before finalizing their implementation.
In real situations, priority may be placed on certain obligations, based upon the influence of some stakeholders or the perceptions of the decision-maker on how they weigh their obligations and loyalties.
Central to Olson and Wiedersheim-Paul's (1978) model is the importance of the decision-maker in the pre-export situation.
The first assumption is that persons with severe and chronic cognitive/mental disabilities who allegedly are not competent to make their own treatment choices, can benefit from a legally appointed substitute decision-maker to make appropriate choices for them.
Hybel assumes that foreign policy decision-makers change, i.
In addition, it is important to recognize that health care decision-makers do not make decisions solely on the basis of economics.
This latest version of InforSense KDE enables organizations to integrate and deliver tailored informatics environments - data resources, analytic software tools and applications - to specific decision-makers across the organization within a unified informatics framework.
By encouraging patient use of advance directives, such as Living Wills and designation of proxy decision-makers for health care, Wetle says that the Act "allows the extension of patient autonomy into the period in which patients can no longer communicate for themselves.

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