Organizational Decision Making Research Paper by The Research Group

Organizational Decision Making
Six phases of problem-solving process, looking at the role of the manager, alternatives, pros & cons of group decisions, implementation, work groups and conflict.
# 13464 | 4,275 words | 21 sources | 1999 | US
Published on Jul 11, 2003 in Business (Management)


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"Introduction
Decision making is a part of nearly every aspect of a manager's activities. Mangers must make decisions about objectives and plans for their organizational units. They must decide how to direct, how to organize and how to control. In addition to forming their own decisions, managers must guide their subordinates to make decisions. In some cases, managers are simply part of a larger team, and so coordinate the efforts of the team as a whole to solve problems and make decisions. it is up to the manager to gather and evaluate information in order to determine whether a decision is needed. This research explores the various phases of the decision making process, how groups make decisions, how managers can handle conflict among group members, and how the cause-and-effect diagram can be used successfully to identify.."

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