Unformatted text preview: sure that all or the majority of the steps in the decision-making process have to be carried out systematically. The decision-making process involves the following steps: 1. Define the problem. 2. Identify the limiting factors. 3. Develop potential alternatives. 4. Analyze the alternatives. 5. Select the best alternative. 6. Implement the decision. 7. Establish a control and evaluation system. The standards that I would set for evaluating the outcome of a decision is that a manager needs to monitor and track the progress to be certain that the desired results are occurring. Managers have a big responsibility in the outcome of a decision they need to continue to be hands on during this process. The need to monitor employees who are intrinsically not as concerned with the implementation risks, employee feedback, along with meetings is a very good way to accomplish this. When a decision benefits outweighs the risk then it will increase the organizational effectiveness....
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- Spring '08
- Decision Making, Cost/Benefit Analysis, pre-determined weighted criteria