Hello Sir, Except the case analysis that I just submitted you I have 2 questions that I have to submit tonight before midnight (US Time)
Management may be unique in their characteristics, lifestyle, and a multitude of descriptive (Matteson, 2002). However, they ultimately must make decisions that will impact the entire organization.
Who are involved in the decision making process in your organization? How are they involved? Explain.
Matteson, I. (2002). Organizational behavior and management. 6th Edition.McGraw-Hill Irwin: New York.
In this week's thread, we had engaging discussions regarding the process of defining an organizational decision. We illustrated how to identify the problem, objectives, alternative, consequences, and tradeoffs. Careful consideration and particular focus was given to the tactics and tools used in this process. You all contributed thought provoking conversations that was aligned with your organizational tasks. Overall, we had dynamic conversations this week.
Why must we consider these processes when making decisions?
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