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Box 8-2 Steps in Decision Making1.Identify the purpose:Why is a decision necessary? What needs to be determined? State the issue in the broadest possible terms.2.Set the criteria:What needs to be achieved, preserved, and avoided by whatever decision is made? The answers to these questions are the standards by which solutions will be evaluated.3.Weigh the criteria:Rank each criterion on a scale of values from 1 (totally unimportant) to 10 (extremely important).4.Seek alternatives:List all possible courses of action. Is one alternative more significant than another? Does one alternative have weaknesses in some areas? Can these be overcome? Can two alternatives or features of many alternatives be combined?5.Test alternatives:First, using the same methodology as in step 3, rank each alternative on a scale of 1 to 10. Second, multiply the weight of each criterion by the rating of each alternative. Third, add the scores and compare the results.6.Troubleshoot:What could go wrong? How can you plan? Can the choice be
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  • Winter '12
  • Planeamiento, Alternativa, each alternative, each criterion, rank each alternative

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