Collective wisdom


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Collective wisdom

The combination of all the individual opinions about a stock's or security's value.
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If I mention that the oldest of us was very old, extremely old - nearly thirty years old - and that he used to declare with gallant carelessness, "I live by my sword," I think I have given enough information on the score of our collective wisdom.
In order to benefit from the collective wisdom of all stakeholders for the improvement of tax policy, proposals are invited for the upcoming budget 2018-19,' the FBR notification said.
Economists say that a company's stock price reflects the true worth of the company because the price is set by the collective wisdom of people who are trading that company's stock.
He said that NAB has also introduced a new System of Combine Investigation Team (CIT) in order to benefit from the experience and collective wisdom of senior supervisory officers.
R) Muzaffar Ali Ranjha, has constituted Anti-Corruption Executive Committee for high profile corruption cases in provincial departments and transferred all his entrusted powers to Executive Committee to ensure collective wisdom while decision making process.
Now is the time for all of you to bring together as much of your collective wisdom as you possibly can, and act," he added.
When people's emotions are stoked by social media, that reverberates and creates some kind of collective wisdom that may or may not be the best to follow.
She added : "I have no doubt that the collective wisdom of all partners will empower us to respond appropriately to the many complex socio-economic challenges that confront our nation.
Being entirely digital, this project is an extremely cost-effective and efficient way of connecting medical students and healthcare professionals to benefit from the collective wisdom and experience of peers.
The veteran oil industry manpower are experienced and wise enough and I intend to create enough space for them to work so that this industry will become a center of prudence and collective wisdom," Zanganeh said.
Humility is important and governments must accept collective wisdom of people.
The nature of the elected mayor model means there is a grave risk that the collective wisdom and considerable experience of councillors will be lost.