Module 2: Understanding and Interpreting Information - Decision Making | en - 701 - 48603
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Decision Making

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    Verson C.
    MW
    Verson C.

    Summing up helps to make proper decision

    Peter C.
    AU
    Peter C.

    How many managers make decisions based on rational factors such as those outlined in this module? I think fewer than we imagine. It seems a little sad to me that most of the managers I have worked for made business decisions based on personal concerns such as favoritism, whether an employee or team member had a pleasant appearance, and irrelevant issues such as whether someone supported the same football team. Employees who did a good job but were not adept at praising and flattering the manager were likely to be passed over for a promotion or pay rise by someone who was less killed at the job they were being paid to do, but prettier or a smooth talker. Can human factors such as these ever be taken out of the decision making process? I doubt it.

    Edwin L.
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    Edwin L.

    from the best source of data acquired and precise interpretation this things will do great advantages for the company

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