Exam 2 Lecture Outline

Exam 2 Lecture Outline - 1 DECISION-MAKING I...

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DECISION-MAKING I. DECISION-MAKING AND MANAGEMENT II. TYPES OF DECISIONS A. PROGRAMMED B. NONPROGRAMMED III. DECISION-MAKING CONDITIONS A. CERTAINTY B. RISK C. UNCERTAINTY IV. MODELS OF DECISION-MAKING A. TRADITIONAL ECONOMIC MODEL 1. TOTALLY RATIONAL DECISION MAKER 2. MAXIMIZATION B. BEHAVIORAL MODEL 1. BOUNDED RATIONALITY 2. SATISFICING C. IRRATIONAL MODEL 1. IMPLICIT FAVORITE MODEL 1
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V. IMPROVING THE DECISION-MAKING PROCESS A. DEVELOPING BETTER ALTERNATIVES 1. BRAINSTORMING a. PREMISE b. FOUR RULES c. INHIBITIONS STILL PRESENT 2. SYNECTICS a. USE OF ANALOGY AND FANTASY b. FACILITATOR AND TECHNICAL EXPERT EMPLOYED 3. NOMINAL GROUP TECHNIQUE a. DIFFERENCES BETWEEN NGT AND BRAINSTORMING/SYNECTICS b. RESEARCH IT’S BASED ON c. STEPS IN NGT 4. THE DELPHI TECHNIQUE a. DEFINING CHARACTERISTICS B. IMPROVING THE EVALUATION OF ALTERNATIVES 1. OPERATIONS RESEARCH TECHNIQUES 2
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JOB DESIGN I. JOB DESIGN TERMINOLOGY A. FIVE JOB CHARACTERISTICS B. JOB BREADTH AND JOB DEPTH II. JOB DESIGN STRATEGIES
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This note was uploaded on 05/09/2011 for the course MGT 3200 taught by Professor Sauley during the Spring '06 term at LSU.

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Exam 2 Lecture Outline - 1 DECISION-MAKING I...

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