Do you think that when managers make decisions they follow the decision

Do you think that when managers make decisions they follow the decision

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Week 1 Discussion Do you think that when managers make decisions they follow the decision-making steps as presented in Chapter 3? This question for poses conflicting answers, I am 43 years old and throughout my years I have had some business owners and managers that do and do not follow these guide lines. In my time (ha-ha) a business was run according to the owner’s rules and specifications, or what suited him best. However, through the years whether from experience or training, I have seen managers grow to the point that, following these guide lines has become a natural part of doing business well, and you can almost always tell which ones do and which ones don’t. this is my first management college course and I would have to say that managing three different companies, these guidelines have naturally become a part of how I have operated for years, however what I find perplexing is where to divide the line, there are some aspects of how a company is run, that having employee input just don’t belong.
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