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descriptive of any event or stimulus or process that has an effect on events or stimuli or processes that occur subsequently

(of a policy or person or action) controlling a situation by causing something to happen rather than waiting to respond to it after it happens

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The strength of the coefficients is similar, and therefore the questions on Proactiveness can also be averaged to form a Proactiveness index.
Given this fact, numerous researchers have used this EO conceptualization to focus on a firmlevel combination of risk taking, innovativeness and proactiveness (CovinandSlevin 1 991).
Proactiveness is demonstrated by the owner's understanding of the technological and interactive learning tools needed in the education sector in Puerto Rico and Latin America.
Self-management is a behavioral trait (a trait which can be modified with conscious effort) and has been posited to influence performance, although research in this area is more limited than that of proactiveness.
Halper: I don't completely agree with Chomsky - I think he underestimates the proactiveness of Israel, and how Israel manipulates the United States.
The alerts include preventive messages that calls for proactiveness, a balanced diet, skin care, and moderate drinking to protect yourself against cancer causing infections.
It is considered the DNA of the organization, where the four elements of dominant logic, that is, (1) perception/sensemaking orientation or external orientation, (2) choices/actions or proactiveness, (3) learning, and (4) codification of learning/routines (Obloj and Pratt 2010) are considered in determining the performance of firms and their ability to achieve success (Obloj, Obloj & Pratt 2010).
The proactiveness in how Pertemps builds relationships with the prisons and probation services and local employers is very impressive and is undoubtedly the key to the success.
Proactiveness is one component of an entrepreneurial strategy that relies primarily on first mover advantages and typically exploits new markets and services.
In this paper, we follow this suggestion, arguing that top managers who display a high tolerance for risk, favor innovative activities, and possess a high degree of proactiveness will directly influence firm performance.
The externally focused linked into network & cutting edge, surfing the edge of chaos and proactiveness are three variables that received the lowest response rate of 1%.
I am impressed with GAC's proactiveness, creativity and resourcefulness in helping us implement the most cost and time-efficient logistics solutions.
The second questionnaire consisted of 4 separate short questionnaires on cognitive traits: selfefficacy, propensity, proactiveness and need for achievement.
The characteristics of the entrepreneurial university are: autonomy, innovativeness, risk taking, proactiveness, competitive aggressiveness.
Second is Making It Our Business, a program to raise proactiveness within organizations.