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What are the main differences between programmed decision making and non-programmed decision making? Programmed decisions are routine decisions. Non-programmed decisions are unique decisions that require a custom solution. In what ways do the classical and administrative models of decision making help managers appreciate the complexities involved in real- world decision making? In a perfect world managers would have all the information they needed and could take as much time as required to make the optimal decision. Since we all know these conditions rarely exist we can look at the administrative model. It has three concepts that allow managers to use limited time and information to make a practical decision. Why do capable managers sometimes make bad decisions? What can individual managers do to improve their decision making skills? Managers often have to make decisions without having all the information necessary to make the best decision. They can also get their personal preferences and emotions involved leading them to make a
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This note was uploaded on 11/08/2010 for the course MGT 210 taught by Professor A during the Fall '10 term at ASU.

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