6 out of 36 points the management science approach to

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3.6 out of 3.6 points The management science approach to organizational decision making is the analog to the rational approach by individual managers. Answer Selected Answer: True Question 14 3.6 out of 3.6 points Intuition is arbitrary and irrational. Answer Selected Answer: False Question 15 3.6 out of 3.6 points The rational
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approach to decision making is fully achieveable in today’s management world. Answer Selected Answer: False Question 16 3.6 out of 3.6 points The Carnegie model of organizational decision making was developed by Max Weber. Answer Selected Answer: False Question 17 3.6 out of 3.6 points Problemistic search means that managers look around in the extended environment until they find the perfect solution to eventually resolve a problem. Answer Selected Answer: False Question 18 3.6 out of 3.6 points
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The identification phase of the incremental decision model begins with recognition. Answer Selected Answer: True Question 19 3.6 out of 3.6 points Departments can cope with critical uncertainties by obtaining prior information, prevention, and absorption.
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