MNGT 141-900 Chapter 7 Answers

MNGT 141-900 Chapter 7 Answers - MNGT 141-900: Modern...

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MNGT 141-900: Modern Management Chapter 7 Answers COPY AND PASTE. DO NOT SEND FILE OR CREDIT WILL NOT BE RECEIVED. 1. A decision is a choice between two or more available alternatives. 2. A programmed decision is a decision that is routine and repetitive and typically requires specific handling methods. 3. A nonprogrammed decision is atypically one-shot decisions that are less structured than a programmed decision. 4. The scope of the decision is that proportion of the total management system that the decision will affect. Levels of management are simply lower-level management, middle-level management, and upper-level management. The broader the scope of a decision, the higher the level of the manager is responsible for making that decision. 5. A groups will not always be able to reach a consensus decision. 6. The basic elements of the decision situation are receptive, exploitative, hoarding, and marketing. 7. Possible decision-making orientations would be whatever emphasizes the realization of the organization’s potential as well as that of the decision maker. 8. A relevant alternative is one that is considered feasible for solving an existing problem and for implementation. 9. The decision-making process comprises the steps the decision maker takes to make a decision. 10. The steps of the decision-making model are identifying an existing process, listing possible
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MNGT 141-900 Chapter 7 Answers - MNGT 141-900: Modern...

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