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What is differences between "goal-driven" and "goal-oriented"?

E.g.

This chapter proposes modeling perception as a goal-driven planning pro- cess and considers how to guide the application of perceptual ...

vs.

Strategic planning and different goals are common in industrial management. The existing literature describes a wealth of frameworks for goal-oriented planning ...

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    It boils down to the difference between driven and oriented. The former makes a much stronger statement. – WS2 Jan 25 '16 at 9:19
  • goal-driven is when you pursue your goal in order to succeed. Goal-oriented is just to pursue your goal. – user180089 Jun 21 '16 at 21:11
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They're basically synonyms if you can call it that.

But goal-driven sounds more aggressive than goal-oriented. But that's just my 2c.

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