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action-orientedadjective

also action-orientated uk   us   HR
willing or likely to take practical action to deal with a problem or situation: Staff needed to become more creative, action-oriented, and efficient.
involving practical action to deal with a problem or situation: an action-oriented agenda/approach The report needed to be more action-orientated and clearer in its recommendations.
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