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Module10_DecisionMaking - MGCR 222: Introduction to...

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Unformatted text preview: MGCR 222: Introduction to Organizational Behavior Lecture 10: Decision-Making Prof. Christine Bataille November 14, 2011 Agenda Announcements Mini-Quiz: Review Module 9 Learning Objectives What is Decision-Making? Rational Decision-Making Group Decision-Making Improving Decision-Making in Organizations Wrap-up Announcements Team Case Analysis Project Due 5pm, Friday, Nov. 25 th Projects to be handed in at the CC office, Bronfman 010 Late projects penalized at 1% per minute after 5pm! Formatting & citations Formal paper format: introduction, headings (Qs 1-6) and subheadings (parts a, b, c, etc.), conclusion Citations : cite the text if you use a direct definition/quote; cite the case (i.e., page #) if you use a direct quote/sentence Announcements Q1 Part a) You must use a minimum of 3 different concepts/ theories from the course (1 per character) Part b) You must use evidence from the case to support your interpretation of each characters behaviour Q2 Part a) You must identity the 3 main problems that Bert is facing Part b) You must use a minimum of 1 concept/theory from the course to explain each problem (1 per problem) Announcements Q3 Part a) List 3 assumptions Bert is making about his bad situation Definition of assumption: A thing that is accepted as true, or as certain to happen, without proof Part b) Indicate if you believe each assumption to be valid (i.e., well-grounded or justifiable) or invalid Part c) Use evidence from the case to justify why you believe each assumption to be valid/invalid Q4 Part a) List 3 reasons why Bert is in this situation Part b) You must use a minimum of 3 different concepts/theories from the course to explain each reason (1 per reason) Announcements Q5 Part a) List 5 decision criteria that Bert should use to decide what to do Part b) Use 1 concept/theory from Chapter 11 to explain an appropriate process Bert should use to make a decision about what to do Q6 Part a) List 3 options for what Bert might do Part b) Chose the best option and explain why it is best Part c) Make a recommendation for what Bert should do next Announcements Team Case Analysis Peer Evaluations Form to be posted to WebCT by Friday, Nov. 18 th Due by 5pm on Monday, Nov. 28 th Email the form to your CCs and copy Prof. Bataille ( christine.bataille@mcgill.ca ) You will have an incomplete (K) on your project until your peer evaluation form is received Team Case Analysis Grading All team members will receive the same mark However, if the peer evaluations reveal a gross discrepancy in level of effort, marks will be adjusted This is a team project all ALT members are required to participate; part of your job is to involve all members If there is a problem, contact your CCs immediately! Agenda Announcements Mini-Quiz: Review Module 9...
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