The decision making process

The decision making process - The decision making process...

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The decision making process (set of eight steps): A set of eight steps that include identifying a problem, selecting an alternative, and evaluating the decision’s effectiveness is given below - Identification “We need to make a decision to purchase of a the best cellular phone available in the market” problem * Reasonable price * Service center Identification * Brand * Sound clarity Of decision * Warranty * Music express Criteria * High quality * Color variation * Battery longevity * Camera & video Allocation Of Weights To Criteria Development of Alternatives Analysis of Alternatives Selection of an alternative Implementation of The alternative “Nokia” (Figure: The Decision-Making Process) Evaluation of Decision Effectiveness Reasonable price (20) High quality (18) Warranty (15) Battery longevity (13) Brand (12) Service center (10) Color variation (8) Music express (6) Sound clarity (4) Camera & video (3) Nokia Samsung Siemens Sony Ericsson Alcatel Motorola Nokia Samsung Siemens Sony Ericsson Alcatel Motorola Nokia Samsung Siemens Sony Ericsson Alcatel Motorola
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Step 1: Identifying a problem: A problem is a discrepancy between an existing and a desired state of affairs. The decision making process begins with the existence of a problem. In terms of purchasing a cellular phone we face a sort of problem. There is a
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