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MGT 350 cellys mini quiz week 3

MGT 350 cellys mini quiz week 3 - All of the above are...

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MGT350 Critical Thinking: Strategies in Decision Making MGT350 Self-Assessment Questions Note: Answers to questions appear on the last page of this document. Which one of the following is not a self-limiting choice in the decision-making process? Bounded rationality Urgency Logic vulnerability Paradigms All of the above are self-limiting choices Which one of the following is not an intellectual task important to ethical reasoning? Mastering basic ethical concepts Learning to distinguish between ethics and domains of thinking Understanding stereotyping exists Identify when egocentrism and socio-centrism impedes ethical judgment All of the above are intellectual tasks Which of the following is not a force of influence to decision making? Urgency Importance Personal attributes Thinking styles All of the above are influences Which of the following is not a decision-making tool? Importance weighting Benchmarking Multivoting Pareto chart
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Unformatted text preview: All of the above are decision making tools Maximizing and satisfying are two examples of degrees in making choices. True False Page 1 mgt350r4 Week Three – Decision Making MGT350 Critical Thinking: Strategies in Decision Making Ethics and religion create a Universal Ethical framework. True False Which of the following is not a characteristic of a convoluted action? One decision maker Relatively long Multiple parties involved Extensive search All of them are Page 2 mgt350r4 MGT350 Critical Thinking: Strategies in Decision Making MGT350 Self-Assessment Answers 1. b. Robbins, Part 3 2. c. Paul and Elder, Chapter 14, The Fundamentals of Ethical Reasoning 3. e. Langdon, Chapter 1 4. e. Langdon, Chapter 1 5. a. Robbins, Part 3 6. b. Paul and Elder, Chapter 14, Distinguishing Ethics from Other Domains of Thinking 7. a. Langdon, Chapter 2 Page 3 mgt350r4 Week Three – Decision Making...
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