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forward planning/thinking

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishforward planning/thinkingforward planning/thinkingPLANplans, ideas etc that are helpful in a way that prepares you for the future With a bit of forward planning we make sure your budget goes as far as possible. forward
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forward planning/thinkingBut he does want to stimulate constructive forward thinking.His introduction to the art of place-kicking, however, was hardly a result of deep forward planning.In each of the schools, the library was clearly still high on the agenda for forward planning and review.It is at this point that proper forward planning and the use of the time log become of crucial importance.Findings relate to expenditure, degree of forward planning, objectives, workforce attitudes, management awareness and use of consultancies.The message which emerges is clearly one of forward planning to avoid any undesirable over-involvement in management decisions.A bit of forward planning would have ensured a sum was put aside in the budget.A little bit of forward thinking years ago has put the Eagles in terrific position now.
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