AACSB Analytical Thinking Accessibility Keyboard Navigation Blooms Apply

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their investment decisions on considerations other than just numbers." AACSB: Analytical Thinking Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Blooms: Apply Difficulty: 3 Hard Learning Objective: 07-01 How do people know when they're being logical or illogical? Topic: Diagnosis 62. In the third step of rational decision making (evaluating alternatives and select a solution), you need to evaluate each alternative not only according to cost and quality but also according to the following questions: _____ A. Is it efficient and how will it affect our marketing strategy? B. Is it feasible, effective, and efficient? C. Is it ethical and will it hurt diversity? D. Is it ethical, feasible, and effective? E. Is it feasible and profitable? In the third step of rational decision making (evaluating alternatives and selecting a solution), you need to evaluate each alternative not only according to cost and quality but also according to these questions: (1) Is it ethical? (2) Is it feasible? (3) Is it effective? AACSB: Analytical Thinking Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Blooms: Understand Difficulty: 2 Medium Learning Objective: 07-01 How do people know when they're being logical or illogical? Topic: Decision making
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63. Jose, the sales manager, is working on the problem of increasing sales by using the rational model of decision making. In the first step he identified the problem of his employees needing more training. In the second step he thought of alternative solutions; and in step three he evaluated alternatives and selected a solution. In the fourth step, Jose needs to _____. A. do more research to look at types of training B. select a contingency plan C. implement and evaluate the training program chosen D. determine how costly the solution will be E. set up a diversity and synergy training plan to increase the chances of success In the fourth step of the rational model of decision making, Jose needs to implement and evaluate the training program chosen. AACSB: Analytical Thinking Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Blooms: Apply Difficulty: 3 Hard Learning Objective: 07-01 How do people know when they're being logical or illogical? Topic: Decision making 64. The rational model of decision making is also called the ____ model. A. focuse d B. analytic al C. decisio n D. classic al E. logic al The rational model of decision making is also called the classical model. AACSB: Analytical Thinking Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Blooms: Remember Difficulty: 1 Easy Learning Objective: 07-01 How do people know when they're being logical or illogical? Topic: Decision making
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65. Doug is using rational decision making, and the chosen alternative that was implemented does not appear to be working. To correct the situation, the possibilities Doug should consider _____. A. give it more time, change it slightly, try another alternative, or start over B. give it more time or do not change anything C. do nothing D. give it more time, cut costs, or increase organization synergy E. do nothing or start over Some possibilities to try using rational decision making if the action is not working include giving it more time, changing it slightly, trying another alternative, or starting over.
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