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TeamA_Wk4_Presentation - Team A Discusses ­Decision Making...

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Unformatted text preview: Team A Discusses ­Decision Making Styles Team A Provides Organizations Discussed of different styles Compare & Contrast Strengths & Weaknesses Definition of Decision Making Styles Decision­Making Process Decision Making Styles of different Organizations Discussed Strengths & Weaknesses Styles Consensus, and Decisive Individualistic, and Procrastination Intuitive, and Rational Hot dog on a stick New Customers New Market Organizational Culture Ownership and Stakeholders’ Needs Attention to Detail People Orientation Flexible Financially Strained Passionate Lack of Experience Committed Strengths and Weaknesses of Strengths and Weaknesses of • Focus on stakeholders Attention to Budgets • Lay­offs eminent in poor economy Low morale • • Strengths and Weaknesses of Strengths and Weaknesses of Blois Construction and GSI • Quick Response Empowered Employees Corporate Longevity • Decision­making confusion Minimal Input from staff Loss of hard­working employees • • • • Strengths and weakness Each business chooses to develop its set way of going through the decision making process. The ultimate goal is to make the best decisions for everyone involved in the company. ACT UP. (n.d.). Civil disobedience training. Retrieved from http://www.actupny.org/documents/CDdocuments/ Consensus.html Harris, R. (2008, October). Introduction to decision making. Retrieved March 4, 2011 from http://www.virtualsalt.com/crebook5.htm ...
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