Week 1 DQ 2 - What are the steps in the University of...

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What are the steps in the University of Phoenix decision-making model? Framing the problem 1. identify the problem 2. define criteria, goals, and objectives 3. evaluate the effect of the problem Making the decision 4. identify the causes of problem 5. frame alternatives 6. evaluate impacts of alternatives 7. make the decision Evaluating the decision 8. implement the decision 9. measure the impacts Which step in the University of Phoenix decision-making model is most important? Why? Framing the problem is the most important step because you must first recognize and identify the problem. If you do not identify the problem, how can you make a correct decision? Why is it important to include processes for implementing and evaluating the decision? Those who implement the decision must understand the choice and why it was made. They also must be committed to its successful implementation. These needs can be met by involving those people in the early stages of the decision process. Decision evaluation is useful whether the conclusion is positive or negative. Feedback that suggests the
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This note was uploaded on 06/25/2011 for the course MGT 350 taught by Professor Adams during the Spring '08 term at University of Phoenix.

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Week 1 DQ 2 - What are the steps in the University of...

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