27 Jul Decision-making
Decision-making refers to the decision-making system of individual or collective, in order to achieve or achieve a certain goal, with certain scientific means and methods, choose or integrate a number of alternatives into a satisfactory and reasonable plan, and put it into the whole process of implementation. It refers to the entire system of various levels or departments of decision- making in this process . Whether it is social economic development, environmental resource protection, disaster recovery, anti- terrorism, etc., crisis management for various emergencies requires decision makers to make correct decisions more quickly. With the development of science and technology, in the modern information environment, decision management becomes more complicated and difficult. A decision often requires the support of multiple information and knowledge. The current methods and institutional mechanisms are difficult to mobilize in the short term. All aspects of information and knowledge to achieve information sharing. Improving the understanding of decision-making information and accurately and timely processing and utilizing information are of great significance for improving the quality of decision- making .
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