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Unformatted text preview: Succinctly state the problem(s) Identify feasible alternative actions or programs Set criteria for comparing alternatives Analyze the alternatives Recommendations Making a Decision Specific and fully elaborated Clearly indicate key actions Take a stand (avoid generalities) Be clear on decision criteria Be prepared to state position and how to implement (develop a timetable) Be sure action recommendations are compatible Classroom Discussion Student roles Provide comprehensive analysis Identify the problem(s) Bail out a colleague Question a colleague Summarize the discussion Listen and keep an open mind Recognize discussion flow First case to be discussed: Avon...
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- Fall '11