2 edition of Decision and action. found in the catalog.
Decision and action.
by Oxford U.P.
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||69|
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Decision- making may, therefore, be defined as a selection of one course of action from two or more alternative courses of action. Thus, it involves a choice-making activity and the choice determines our action or inaction.
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In decision making, we make a judgment about the desirability or in this case the probability of some outcome. If you're like most people, you used a heuristic or mental shortcut to make that decision. You may have thought about all the instances in which you've read about shark attacks in the news versus fatal accidents involving fireworks.
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a model developed by Gordon Donaldson and Jay Lorsch in their book, Decision Making at the Top, depicts some important constraints on strategic decision-making. It is included here as a convenient way of drawing into forming and operating any strategic decision-making. Step 6: Take action You’re now ready to take some positive action by beginning to implement the alternative you chose in Step 5.
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As decision support is actually about making the right decisions and undertaking the right action, it relates to precise functions. From these functions, three themes can be identified, which are developed in this chapter.The consequences of unethical decisions can be severe, so it is wise to consider them in advance.
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