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*  Escalation of commitment
Organizational Decision Making. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press. pp. 191-215. Schwartz, Barry (2005-09-09). "The Sunk- ... "Escalation of commitment in individual and group decision making" (PDF). Organizational Behavior and Human Performance. 33 (2 ... the final decision may not be made and acted upon. A decision that goes against existing rules and processes may also reach ... Prospect theory makes the argument for how levels of wealth, whether that is people, money, or time, affect how a decision is ...
*  Barry Cunningham (publisher)
Gerard P. Hodgkinson; William H. Starbuck (2008). The Oxford Handbook of Organizational Decision Making. Oxford Handbooks ...
*  Abilene paradox
doi:10.1016/0090-2616(74)90005-9. Ronald R. Sims (1 January 1994). Ethics and Organizational Decision Making: A Call for ... ISBN 978-0-89930-860-9. Ronald R. Sims (1 January 1994). Ethics and Organizational Decision Making: A Call for Renewal. ... Effective Management Decision Making. Bookboon. p. 223. ISBN 978-87-403-0120-5. Wilcox, Clifton (2010). Groupthink: An ... ISBN 978-1-4129-7762-3. Vasu, Michael L.; Debra W. Stewart; G. David Garson (3 March 1998). Organizational Behavior and Public ...
*  Inclusive Mosque Initiative
... truly democratic decision making processes and organizational practices; fully accessible venues; that the dominant language of ... The organisation makes every effort toward physical access to, attending to disability access in its venues, including BSL ... IMI's long-term aim is to build permanent, carbon-neutral mosque spaces which can function as physical centres for the ... Building an Inclusive Mosque'" (Forthcoming): 1-8. Maqsood, R (2005). The Role of the Mosque in Britain. London: The Muslim ...
*  Philippe Baumard
"What Lies Behind Organizational Façades and How Organizational Façades Lie: An Untold Story of Organizational Decision Making ... 437-452 in: G. Gerard P. Hodgkinson and W.H. Starbuck(Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Organizational Decision Making, Oxford ... The Oxford Handbook of Organizational Decision Making, Oxford University Press [4] Intelligence économique et stratégie des ... Abrahamson E. and P. Baumard (2008) "What Lies Behind Facades and How do Organizational Façades lie? A study of Mess, Inertia, ...
*  Multi-agent system
"Simulating Organizational Decision-Making Using a Cognitively Realistic Agent Model". Journal of Artificial Societies and ... MaDKit is built upon the AGR (Agent/Group/Role) organizational model: agents are situated in groups and play roles, MAS are ... whether spatial characteristics are important factors of the environment and the agent considers space in its decision making ... or the system is too complex for an agent to make practical use of such knowledge Decentralisation: there is no designated ...
*  Intuition and decision-making
Hodgkinson, Gerard (2008). The Oxford handbook of organizational decision making. Oxford New York: Oxford University Press. ... Intuitive decision-making can be contrasted with deliberative decision-making, which is based on cognitive factors like beliefs ... Intuitive decision-making is based on implicit knowledge relayed to the conscious mind at the point of decision through affect ... Studies of decision-making in high-risk environments suggest that individuals who self-identify as intuitive decision-makers ...
*  Juan Antonio Pérez López
Rosanas, J.M. (2013). "Decision-Making in an Organizational Context: Beyond Economic Criteria", Palgrave Macmillan. Cfr. ... Rosanas, J.M. (2012). "Beyond Effectiveness: Attractiveness and Unity as Criteria For Decision-Making in Organizations", The ... When invited to discuss any business decision that would affect other people, he would ask: What results will I get? What am I ... He was professor of Organizational Behavior at the IESE Business School (Spain), where he became Dean (1978-1984). He was also ...
*  Youth unemployment
These skills also include: communication, teamwork, decision-making, organisational skills and self-confidence. This solution ... young people could create enterprises as means to find and create new jobs. According to the OECD, Small and Medium Enterprises ... The case has been made the past few years on the need to provide technical training to youth to prepare them specifically for a ... Youth can be seen as a stage in life between adolescence and adulthood or as a socially constructed group with its own sub- ...
*  Participatory management
In an Organizational Structure, or Classical Management, employees do not participate in the decision making process. Employees ... website: Participatory Management module: Methods to Increase Staff Input in Organizational Decision Making. The Foundation for ... to participate in organizational decision making. It is used as an alternative to traditional vertical management structures, ... "Empowerment is facilitated when agencies make a genuine commitment to shared responsibility and joint decision making, design ...
*  Gerald R. Salancik
"Organizational decision making as a political process: The case of a university budget." Administrative Science Quarterly (1974 ... He is best known for his work with Jeffrey Pfeffer on "organizational decision making" and "the external control of ... Salancik became known for his work with Pfeffer on organizational decision making, and external control of organizations. In ... "Who gets power-and how they hold on to it: A strategic-contingency model of power." Organizational dynamics 5.3 (1978): 3-21. ...
*  Employee voice
... refers to the participation of employees in influencing organisational decision making. Because research and ... Third, there is the role of voice as a contribution to management decision-making. Here the purpose is to gain employee input ... Employees can also influence corporate decision making through their actions, such as turnover and absenteeism Formal ... organisational behaviour, psychology or law, perspectives toward the concept differ. Drawing on Dundon et al. voice can be seen ...
*  Michael D. Cohen (academic)
He wrote many articles and books which contributed to theories of organizational decision making. Much of his work employed ... 1991). "Organizational Learning: Papers in Honor of (and by) James G. March". Organization Science. 2 (1) Special edition. ( ... Cohen's later work included studies in organizational behavior in hospitals, with a view to improving patient care. Much of ... Together they published the paper; A Garbage Can Model of Organizational Choice. The paper, since frequently cited, describes a ...
*  Theory of narrative thought
... and decision making. Universitesforlaget. Beach, Lee Roy (1990). Image theory: Decision making in personal and organizational ... Beach, Lee Roy; Mitchell, T. R. (1987). "Image theory: Principles, goals, and plans in decision making". Acta Psychologica. 66 ... Beach, Lee Roy (2009). "Decision making: Linking narratives and action". Narrative Inquiry. Beach, Lee Roy (2010). "The ... The Psychology of Decision Making: People in Organizations. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage) and has been retained, but renamed, as the ...
*  Herbert A. Simon
He is responsible for the concept of organizational decision-making as it is known today. He also was the first to discuss this ... Eventually his studies led him to the field of organizational decision-making, which would become the subject of his doctoral ... It is concerned with the ways in which the actual decision making process influences decision. Theories of bounded rationality ... decision-making. Simon wrote many articles on the topic over the course of his life mainly focusing on the issue of decision- ...
*  Medical image sharing
Decision support system - A computer-based information system that supports business or organizational decision-making ... It was created as a part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. It also addressed security and privacy issues ... RSNA Image Share is a network created to enable radiologists to share medical images with patients using personal health record ... Electronic medical record (EMR) - A computerized medical record created in an organization that delivers care, such as a ...
*  Decision Intelligence
... is a framework that unifies a number of best practices for organizational decision making. The basic idea ... Decision intelligence is considered an improvement upon current organizational decision making practices, which include the use ... decision making could be improved if a more structured approach were used. Decision intelligence seeks to overcome a decision ... like decision analysis), these are still less popular than spreadsheets as primary tools for decision making. Decision ...
*  Organizing (management)
The location of decision-making authority near top organizational levels. Decentralization - The location of decision-making ... To make optimum use of resources such as men, material, money, machine and method, it is necessary to design an organization ... The programmes, policies and strategies can be changed as and when required if the provision for flexibility is made in the ... Helps to achieve organizational goal. Organization is employed to achieve the overall objectives of business firms. ...
*  X-machine
M. Stannett (1987) 'An organisational approach to decision-making in command systems.' International J. Command and Control, ... and Stannett's modelling of decision-making in military command systems. X-machines have received renewed attention since the ... COLING 2012, pp 1011-1028 [2] M. Stannett (1990) 'X-machines and the Halting Problem: Building a super-Turing machine'. Formal ... The structural simplicity of the model makes it extremely flexible; other early illustrations of the idea included Holcombe's ...
*  Participative decision-making
Participatory decision-making can have a wide array of organizational benefits. Researchers have found that PDM may positively ... The Autocratic category of Decision Making allow the leader to make decision entirely on his or her own without any impute from ... BATNA Decision-making software Group decision-making Participatory management Abzug, R.; Phelps, S. (1998). "Everything old is ... Though the Collective-Participative decision-making is one of the best style in business decision-making, they seem to be less ...
*  Canadian Federation of Agriculture
Organizational decision-making is decided through a subset of the board of directors, called the National Council. Members of ... 3, 2008) for the average Ontario family to make enough to cover their food expenses for the year. The 2016 date for Food ...
*  Cross-functional team
The growth of self-directed cross-functional teams has influenced decision-making processes and organizational structures. ... business decision making has become more goal-oriented. Managers have come to view decision-making generally, and strategic ... Decision making within a team may depend on consensus, but often is led by a manager/coach/team leader. Leadership can be a ... Up until recently, decision making flowed in one direction. Overall corporate-level objectives drove strategic business unit ( ...
*  Youth empowerment
Empowerment theory focuses on processes that enable participation; enhance control through shared decision making; and create ... and creating a network of support to mobilize the community to address concerns. Organizational empowerment aims to create a ... make an informed decision freely, take action based on that decision and accept responsibility for the consequences of those ... The five competencies of a healthy youth are: (1) positive sense of self, (2) self- control, (3) decision-making skills, (4) a ...
*  Smart device
... governed by intelligent decision-making and organisational interaction. This may entail some form of artificial intelligence in ...
*  Organizational architecture
Operating managers need to understand the organizational decision-making requirements and the information needed to support the ... The goal of organizational architecture is to create an organization that will be able to continuously create value for present ... building on years of work by Galbraith) that attention to all of these organizational elements is necessary to create new ... Organizational architecture has two very different meanings. In one sense it literally refers to the organization's built ...
*  Duna TV
While a decision ultimately was not made in time for Duna TV to participate, Duna TV did air the 2010 contest. Magyar Televízió ... Official website (in Hungarian) Organizational website (in Hungarian). ... In 2011, most of the assets and employees of Duna TV were made a part of the newly created Media Service Support and Asset ... Magyar Televízió and Magyar Rádió were also made a part of MTVA, unifying all three public service broadcasters in Hungary for ...