In this lesson, learn about the stages of organizational decline, how they happen, and what can be done to try to save what it left of the organization.
This lesson introduces the differences between programmed and non-programmed decisions and how they should be approached in an organization.
This lesson discusses the rational decision-making model, its specific characteristics, and why, in practice, it is impossible to follow in an organization.
This lesson covers the differences between the Carnegie model and the rational model of decision-making, and how that applies to an organization.
This lesson illustrates the incrementalist model of decision-making and discusses its potential results on organizations for reducing errors in their changes.
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