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1. What are the main differences between programmed decision making and non- program decision making? Programmed decision making is routine, virtually automatic decision making that follows established rules or guidelines and non-program decision is non routine decision making that occurs in response to unusual, unpredictable opportunities and threats. 2. In what ways do the classical and administrative models of decisions making help managers appreciate the complexities of real world decision making? The classical model assumes managers have access to all the information they need to make the optimum decision, which is the most appropriate decision possible in light in what they believe to be the most desirable consequences for the organization. There are two decision making models: the rational model and the administrative model. These models help reveal the complexities and the different factors that managers must consider to improve the quality of their decision making. In the
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