Unformatted text preview: 2. Define the problem. Narrow the scope of the problem so that it can be solved. 3. Get ideas about the problem. Generate as many possible solutions as can be thought up. Do not evaluate the solutions at this point. The idea is to accumulate as many as possible. 4. Evaluate the ideas. Evaluate each idea that has been generated in order to determine the relative merits of each alternative. 5. Act. Choose one alternative and put it into action. 6. React. Evaluate the action taken and determine whether it has been effective (if so, continue it) or ineffective (in which case, try to put another alternative into action). To use this system, identify a decision you need to make and complete the form below: DECISION-MAKING FORM 1. The decision I need to make is 2. More specifically, this problem entails 3. Possible solutions are a. b. c. 111 gre06755_ch08.qxd 4/22/05 11:10 AM Page 111...
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- Fall '11
- Decision Making, systematic decision making