If your subordinates expect you to be consistent in your decision making style...

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1. If your subordinates expect you to be consistent in your decision making style
but you believe that different decision making styles (e.g., high involvement of
others vs. low involvement) are appropriate for specific situations, how can you
change your decision making approach and yet not seem inconsistent to your
employees?
2. Think of someone you know personally who is an effective decision maker. What
key characteristics would you use to describe this person?
3. What are the strengths and weaknesses of a manager with “good instincts” and
who seems to make effective decisions, but whose approach is more like the
retrospective than rational model?
4. Japanese and Korean managers tend to spend considerably more time on and
involve more people in the problem formulation stage of decision making than
American managers do. What are the pros and cons you see with this?

 

Solution ID:350887 | This paper was updated on 26-Nov-2015

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