Ch10_TB_Nelson1CE - CHAPTER 10DECISION MAKING BY...

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CHAPTER 10—DECISION MAKING BY INDIVIDUALS AND GROUPS MULTIPLE CHOICE 1. What is an example of a programmed decision situation? a. purchasing a new mainframe computer b. reordering raw materials from an established supplier c. arranging financing for construction of a new office building d. considering purchase of a parts manufacturer ANS: B PTS: 1 REF: p. 155 OBJ: LO1 BLM: Knowledge 2. In what kind of management decisions is intuition a major input?
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