By Stephen P. Fitzgerald
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For example, if you use a word processing software program like MS Word, you’ve probably used a basic and rather helpful form of DSS – the spelling and grammar check. The program facilitates and expedites proofreading functions by searching documents for potential errors in categories ranging from spelling and punctuation to word choice and grammar. It also provides users with instant access to a variety of choices for errors it identifies, along with background information to support the user in making decisions regarding those choices.
Straight: Minimum explanation of context. g. people do not speak out of turn. » Casual: Every situation is much like any other. Protocols get in the way of individual expression and honest communication. The other elements break down in a similar way. Taken together, the elements of the cultural prism can be used as a framework to help understand a particular culture and its possible interplay with another. For example, returning for a moment to the example of the Japanese and the Americans, Brake notes that ‘‘in Japan communication tends to be implied rather than stated.
We’ll begin by honoring the leading edge of the rational tradition as exemplified through decision analysis, modeling, and support in the healthcare industry. Next we’ll consider the role of intuition in decision making, and recent research regarding its use by managers. We’ll then deepen that exploration by journeying farther inward, to the vital role of spiritual reflection and contemplation in effective decision making. From this point we’ll turn outward, beyond the individual manager, and beyond the manager’s individual organization, to the rapidly expanding role of global templates as guides to decision making for organizations that positively contribute to a productive, sustainable future for us all.
Decision Making by Stephen P. Fitzgerald