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Ch 9: Individual Decision Making in Business

About This Chapter

Look at this chapter as you study how individual decision making works in business. Your class grades may be dropping, but this chapter can help you learn and memorize business vocabulary words, concept applications, and definitions, which can help you get higher tests scores and boost your grade.

Individual Decision Making in Business - Chapter Summary

Although business professionals often make decisions in groups, there are moments when individuals must make on-the-spot decisions. This chapter has been designed to help you get a better grasp on how the decision making process works for individuals in business.

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  • Describe the purpose and steps of the rational decision making model
  • Identify how management and businesses use intuitive decision making
  • Analyze how the Vroom-Yetton Leader Participation Model challenges traditional methods
  • Define four of the major decision making styles

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