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The expected contributions include (1) making the administrative function more effective through enhanced communication flow; (2) providing managers with more current and accurate information; and (3) ... supporting the decision-making process through enhanced accessibility of information. ... Selection for Managerial Decision Making Channel Table VII . ...doi:10.1145/521.522 fatcat:htafssi5n5avlnldsm2yhqugzm
SRELS Journal of Information Management
Group dynamics; Behavioral approach; Systems ap- proach; Organisational effectiveness; Organisational impacts of information technology; Management of change. 3.4.3 Managerial Communication Communication ... . — objective formulation; decision-making process. 3.4.2 Organisational Design and Dynamics Organisational structures — Formal and Informal Organisa- tions; Organisational Ideologies — Power Orientation ...
Informational inputs to managerial decision making may be fairly well known throughout the organization (H6). ... The effects of decision guidance and problem modeling on group decision- making. Journal of Management Information Systems, 18, 3 (Winter 2001-2002), 259-280. 8. Bentler, PM. ...doi:10.1080/07421222.2005.11045842 fatcat:qm5bipgh3bfk3g3j3wpo7hs3ju
Key topics reviewed include validity and reliability evidence, decision making in the interview, applicant charac- teristics, applicant reactions, and interview communication processes. ... Examples of positive and negative cognitions that have an impact on the effectiveness of employment problem solving and decision making are also provided. 35598. Symes, Brent A. & Stewart, John B. ...
The process of making managerial decisions is considered and the quality of making managerial decisions is characterized. ... The influence of people who make management decisions on their quality and effectiveness is determined. ... includes the formation of data, information, knowledge and modern communication channels necessary for making and implementing quality management decisions. ...doi:10.18371/fcaptp.v5i40.244913 fatcat:ssfh3wkicfhb3f2cswfswlcvrq
However, the true value of spatial data is not fully exploited as a result of lacking scientific managerial models that incorporate spatial data into decision-making. ... This article synthesizes the cross-disciplinary literature review on deploying spatial data for coastal community resilience from the managerial perspective. ... Decision-making is a rational managerial process to select among alternative operations and to arrange them in a logical order. The decision-making unit is either the location or the operation. ...doi:10.3390/ijerph18020830 pmid:33478056 pmcid:PMC7835848 fatcat:p4x6gqliavhjlkphc4khv43ruy
require them to disobey some of the newer rules in effective business communication (e.g., disappearing-agent construc- tions that obscure who can be held accountable for managerial decisions). ... , and each has its own purpose (informative or persuasive, thorough discussion, and decision making). ...doi:10.1177/105065190101500207 fatcat:jqj5qiby7ffttmolaorv36wxzi
Journal of Manufacturing Science and Engineering
vood judgment so that contacts. re carned out in the simplest and ng of all Company work Noting that the organization structure indicates channels for flow of autho decision-making responsibility but f ... ; assembling and pre- senting adequate facts so that they may be available to all concerned, in advance, as a basis for making reasoned decisions—coolly, impersonally, objectively — Selecting and stating ...
The major communication channels that prospective students consult during their selection process, and the usefulness thereof for students, are important knowledge imperatives for higher education institutions ... appropriate communication channels. ... decision making. ...doi:10.1080/02500160903525064 fatcat:6ukpzvmz7fhnnjs354ktjusgma
This paper reviews the literature that applies behavioral economic models to managerial decisions. ... Generally, behavioral models have seen less application to manager decisions than to consumer decisions and therefore there are many opportunities to develop new theoretical models, new laboratory experiments ... in social comparison have an indirect effect on managerial decision making. ...doi:10.1007/s11002-012-9183-4 fatcat:qve4mr4rancezfbi2dzalnollm
This paper reviews the literature that applies behavioral economic models to managerial decisions. ... Generally, behavioral models have seen less application to manager decisions than to consumer decisions and therefore there are many opportunities to develop new theoretical models, new laboratory experiments ... in social comparison have an indirect effect on managerial decision making. ...doi:10.2139/ssrn.2011559 fatcat:u7bcj6g3bnaptemjbys72pbiea
Why do some managers seem to make all the right decisions while others flounder? ... While requisite knowledge can be gained in a number of ways-experience, training, and education, for instance-powerful insights and reliable guidance for hospitality leaders come from applied research ... in decision making, will reduce your credibility and effectiveness. ...doi:10.1016/s0010-8804(03)90004-8 fatcat:23r4iohkbjg3tfe3wkmqhq3mce
For business students at universities managerial simulation game is an effective tool supporting development of students' knowledge competencies. ... Simulation games support system, interdisciplinary and strategic way of thinking. Aim of the paper is to point out contribution of selected simulation games in teaching process at the university. ... Company Report and Branch Report are basis for decision making. Managerial teams aim is to manage virtual firm in the way they beat competitors and overcome in profit, sales and market share. ...doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2015.01.1125 fatcat:n2vlgizcz5arnan355eplk6hri
Asian Social Science
The article examines organizational issues in effective managerial decision-making; describes model decision-making representations, which integrate the concept, techniques, and practical recommendations ... ; brings to light the social factors influencing managerial decision-making; identifies the key issues in innovation decision-making; provides a rationale for the need to delegate powers for fast decision-making ... The preference is with decision-making methods that best comport with the goals of the organization, its specific characteristics, and, above all, the interests of people. ...doi:10.5539/ass.v11n7p371 fatcat:urgn4noz3jdctm4msycwjd2vg4
in decision making, will reduce your credibility and effectiveness. ... Whether at the corporate or unit level, decision making is potentially flawed by managers' assumptions and misconceptions about the most effective channels, sources, and language to employ in accomplishing ...doi:10.1016/s0010-8804(03)90017-6 fatcat:6av2gmzcmrcenaoiz4xlekjeyy
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