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December 5, 2011
Decision-making is a tool that an organization can use to accomplish their goals and vision because the tool is necessary to understand and use appropriately. People need to involve other people while making decisions with a complete knowledge of the situation and in a timely manner. Solving problems with appropriate decision-making will help organizations to move forward so they can accomplish their goals. The ways that people obtain motivation come from the positive or negative effects of decision-making. Workers can obtain negative attitudes and discouragement from inappropriate decision-making. People should explore the factors that influence decision-making.
People need to deal with problems effectively and discover a course of action or strategy to solve the problem by using the decision-making procedure. People may follow unpractical steps to complete effective decision-making.
A criminal justice organization may have to make a decision before taking the time to review the facts and strategies. The luxury of working in a timely manner is not always on the side of a criminal justice organization. Discovering a balance between the pressure of making a quick decision and the right decision is a challenge. The factors that influence decision-making are technology, culture, and diversity in the work groups.
A manager will display a negative aspect of decision-making when he or she is under pressure to solve a problem and react to the situation. Managers have been known to use previous decision-making situations instead of examining the problem and discovering a new method. Decision-making steps will become second nature for people, and they will complete the steps without thinking about them after learning and practicing the steps. People need to try...