Decision-making,_yeager - Lowery Dayle Yeager - 2008 Lowery...

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Unformatted text preview: Lowery Dayle Yeager - 2008 Lowery Dayle Yeager - 2008 Remarks Twenty-five (25) slides are presented in this presentation. The purpose is to introduce research as a decision-making tool. Ten ways, or excuses, for not making decisions are also provided. Even though this information may be included on one or several exams, it has low exam priority. Lowery Dayle Yeager - 2008 Why is research conducted? to discover principles, re-validate existing principles, and/or create systematic order to discover application for a previously- established principle to discover how a principle may be applied in an alternate manner or environment other than originally intended to assist in formal and informal decision- making relating to process and operational strategies basic research applied research action research Lowery Dayle Yeager - 2008 Why may research be conducted within industrial/business settings? To reach a decision that …... a) minimizes the error factor b) is achieved in an expedient manner c) is cost effective d) maintains competitiveness. Lowery Dayle Yeager - 2008 Why may research be re-enacted within similar industrial/business settings? To re-evaluate an earlier-made decision regarding … a) validity accurate (or measures what it purports to measure) b) reliability consistent (or determines same results regardless of time lag). Lowery Dayle Yeager - 2008 How is research initiated?...
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This note was uploaded on 10/24/2010 for the course TMGT TMGT 595 taught by Professor Dr.l.yeager during the Fall '10 term at Texas A&M University–Commerce.

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Decision-making,_yeager - Lowery Dayle Yeager - 2008 Lowery...

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