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English definition of “goal-oriented”

goal-oriented

adjective
 
 
( also goal-directed, also goal-driven)
a goal-oriented person or team works hard to achieve good results in the tasks that they have been given: The management team was made up of ambitious, goal-oriented types who'd worked hard for their positions.
a goal-oriented plan or activity is based on a number of things that must be achieved: Analysts recommended a goal-oriented cost-cutting program to get the company back on track.
(Definition of goal-oriented from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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