Synsets for "proactive"

Synset: proactive.a.01

Synonyms: proactive

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE

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

Examples: proactive inhibition | proactive interference

Lemmas: proactive

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Antonyms: retroactive

    

Synset: proactive.s.02

Synonyms: proactive

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE

Definition: (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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Proactive law When Proactive Law is adapted to businesses the approach is called Proactive Contracting and Proactive Contract Management. The idea is that Proactive Contracting may constitute a sustainable competitive advantage, when implemented thoroughly.
Proactive law Thus, as proactive law consists of preventive law, the characteristics above constitute the foundation of proactive law.
Proactive law In order to understand the general principles of proactive law, we need to identify the core principles of preventive law, as these principles create the foundation on which proactive law and Proactive Contracting is built.
Proactive contracting By adopting a proactive view on contracting, businesses may be able to turn the view on future contracting from uncertain threat into a proactive resource of value.
Proactive law An indication that Proactive Law is gaining prominence is the fact that the European Commission has published an opinion on Proactive Law.
Wayne Rooney Stretford left Proactive in 2008 and took Rooney with him. Proactive later sued Rooney, claiming £4.3 million in withheld commissions. In July 2010, Proactive was awarded £90,000 as restitution.
ProActive The book "A Theory of Distributed Objects" presents the ASP calculus that formalizes ProActive features, and provides formal semantics to the calculus, together with properties of ProActive program execution.
Proactive disclosure Proactive disclosure differs from reactive disclosure, as reactive disclosure occurs when a request is made, while proactive disclosure occurs without the filing of the request. Proactive disclosure has also been referred to as stealing thunder, active disclosure in the United States and "suo moto disclosure" in Latin which means upon its own initiative.
Proactive contracting Proactive Contracting is akin to Proactive Law and focuses on the same properties, namely to prevent problems and promote relationships. The legal area of research developed in Scandinavia in the 1990s and has gradually gained attention. Proactive Contracting deals with Contract Management, Relational Management, Risk Management and Business Process Management.
Proactive cyber defence The notion of "proactive defense" has a rich history. The hype of "Proactive cyber defense" reached its zenith around 1994. This period was marked by intense "hype" discussions under the auspices of Information Warfare. Much of the current doctrine related to proactive cyber defense was fully developed by 1995. A number of programs were initiated then, and advanced to full operation by 2005 including those of hostile states. Meanwhile, the public discussions diminished until the most recent resurgence in proactive cyber defense 2004-2008. Now most of the discussions around proactive defense in the literature are much less "proactive" than the earlier discussions in 1994 or existing operational programs. 'Proactive' is often used to hype marketing of security products or programs, in much the same way that "extreme" or "quality" adjectives have been misused.
Proactive contracting In order to understand the general principles of proactive law, Edward E. Dauer has identified the core principles of preventive law, as these principles create the foundation on which proactive law and proactive contracting is built. The four core principles of preventive law are:
Proactive contracting Management tools for global value chains have already been developed, and focus is especially on self- and private regulation instruments and standards - this is where proactive contracting and proactive law is coming to the fore.
Proactive disclosure Quebec was the first to look into proactive disclosure in Canada in 2006. In 2009, the province of Quebec also regulated that municipalities in the province would have to migrate to proactive disclosure for data and internal documents.
Proactive cyber defence Some of the reasons for a proactive defense strategy are about cost and choice. Making choices after an attack are difficult and costly. Proactive defense is key to mitigating operational risk.
Proactive policing For police officers, a strong sense of mastery is particularly vital in relation to proactive law enforcement. Proactive enforcement is usually defined as the predisposition of a police officer to be actively involved in preventing and investigating crime. Because police patrol work is highly unsupervised, most officers have considerable discretion or personal initiative regarding their level of proactive behavior on the streets. Again, it would seem logical that the stronger the level of perceived community alienation among police officers, the weaker will be their sense of mastery and motivation to engage in proactive law enforcement behavior.
Proactive contracting In a legal context, proactive law emphasizes the importance of collaboration between legal professionals and other disciplines, in order to achieve the desired goals in circumstances where legal expertise works in collaboration with other professionals involved. In proactive law the need for dialogue between different understandings is thus emphasized. In a medical context the preventive law prevents ill health, while proactive law promotes well-being.
Administrative discretion enforcement and proactive and reactive order maintenance.
Disinhibition Proactive strategies to prevent problems can include:
Proactive law In a legal context, proactive law emphasizes the importance of collaboration between legal professionals and other disciplines, in order to achieve the desired goals in circumstances where legal expertise works in collaboration with other professionals involved. In proactive law the need for dialogue between different understandings is thus emphasized. In a medical context the preventive law prevents ill health, while proactive law promotes well-being.
Proactive disclosure Transparency and proactive disclosure are often associated in terms of creating open government.