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proactive

Psychol of or denoting a mental process that affects a subsequent process
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As one might expect based on its name, proactive maintenance is a more involved process because it focuses on anticipating issues that might arise, considering root causes of equipment failure and identifying when a problem might occur.
It is the reciprocal relationship between people's dispositions and their work experiences that can make them more or less proactive.
Although a broad range of proactive behaviors have been examined in previous research, a fundamental organizational behavior construct that has often been overlooked is employees' voice behavior.
When Tucson Soccer Academy asked ProActive Physical Therapy to participate in the design of the new Ann Schmidt Clubhouse at the Brandi Fenton Park, they took the opportunity to use the concepts John learned from his experience as the medical director at the U of A to design a space that created a continuum between injury and high performance.
Three appeal judges concluded that the agreement Rooney made with Proactive in 2003, when he was 17, was legally "unenforceable".
Proactive was run by Rooney's mentor Paul Stretford, who quit and took the striker with him to set up a new agency.
The concept and theory of proactive coping and preventive coping comes from the theoretical tradition of Lazarus and colleagues (Lazarus, 1993; Lazarus & Folkman, 1984).
But Proactive's lawyer Ian Mill, QC, said yesterday: "If there is any exploitation it is on the Rooneys by Mr Stretford, who has used them to further his dispute with Proactive.
ProActive E2 Lease Asset Management, Enterprise Resource Package, enables a one-dimensional management system of leased asset and properties for enterprises.
Proactive investigations incorporate sophisticated investigative techniques, such as undercover operations, to identify offenders and prevent the abuse of potential victims.
Hyland and his business partner Peter McIntosh accused Proactive of snatching Rooney away from them just before his pounds 30m transfer to Manchester United.
While DMSMS are a fact of life, the key to effective mitigation is long-term, proactive planning by the program manager.