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I.Why do capable managers sometimes make bad decisions? II.Provide an example of a bad decision from your workplace or a situation with which you are familiar, and what could have been done instead? III.What could you do to improve your decision-making skills? While we cannot speak for others, people do make mistakes. It’s inevitable to always make the perfect decision and that outcome you were looking for, to happen. We are held accountable for our actions, but the decisions we make cannot be foreseen. “Just as good managers can suffer from bad outcomes not of their own making, bad managers can be rewarded for good outcomes that occur in spite of their ineptitude” (Ariely, 2010). This quote out of the article does bring up a good point. I worked at a Credit Union previously, and dealt with loans a little. So going on the member’s word to continue to make payments, it was our decision, or the
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