Successful Decision-making: A Systematic Approach to Complex Problems
Springer Science & Business Media, 2005 - Business & Economics - 231 pages
Making decisions is certainly the most important task of a manager and it is often a very difficult one. This book offers a decision making procedurenbsp;for solving complex problems step by step. Unlike other texts, the book focuses on problem analysis, on developing solution options and onnbsp;establishing thenbsp;decision making matrix. The book is intended for decision makers in companies, in non-profit organisations and in public administration. It is an approach to helping them tonbsp;solve complex problems successfully. The book is also addressed to students and to participants in executive courses.
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Decision problems and decisionmaking procedures
Goal and problemfinding systems as requirements
A general heuristic decisionmaking procedure
Discovering and analysing the decision problem
Developing and evaluating options
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