MGMT 312 - MGMT 312 - Assn 2-1 Assignment 2-1 MGMT 312 Pete...

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Pete Barnard - MGMT 312 - Assn 2-1 Decision Making Process This is an example of programmed decision making. Programmed decisions are decisions that have been made so many times in the past, that the Managers or HR have developed policies of rules, or guidelines to be applied when certain situations are expected to occur. Even in the video, Bill mentioned contacting Human Resources and finding out the policy that may or may not already be in place. Based off of the policy, Bill has to make the decision to follow or not follow the policy. Making a satisfying decision that will satisfy all three parties, the two employees and the company, is going to be tough. The best case, is to be able to satisfy at least two of the parties. Nether employee wants to change departments, or work with one another, and the company doesn't want drama in the work place, and wants to make their sales numbers for the quarter.
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This note was uploaded on 02/11/2012 for the course MGMT 312 taught by Professor Mrfranklin during the Spring '11 term at Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine & Science.

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