Unformatted text preview: We made this decision because some of our roommate’s friends were coming into our apartment frequently and eating food that wasn’t theirs and using things that didn’t belong to them. This is an example of a programmed decision because the rule stopped other people from using our things for the rest of the year. A couple weeks ago, a mutual friend between my roommates and I came into our apartment in a drunken fit, and made a mess. We didn’t really know what to do because this had never happened before and he was our friend, but things like that shouldn’t happen. We made a decision that he wasn’t allowed in our apartment anymore. This is an example of a nonprogrammed decision because it was a unique situation and the consequences were important. We could no longer have our friend in our apartment because of something he did....
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This note was uploaded on 04/20/2008 for the course MGT 231 taught by Professor Meirovich during the Spring '08 term at Salem State.
- Spring '08