(a) ‘Decisions must be thought of as a means rather than ends. They are manager’s responses to problems and the results of a procedure of thought and deliberation’. describe and discuss the steps to rational decision-making
(b) In everyday life managers are compelled to take ‘satisfying’ decisions. describe the limits to rational decision-making.
‘Ethics are employed by managers as guidelines in making decisions that affect employees, the organization, consumers, and other parties’.
describe and discuss this statement by making reference to the dissimilar kinds of workplace deviance
(a) Examine the dissimilar types of teams in an organization. Demonstrate your answer with applicable exs
(b) The formation and significance of work teams in organisation is essential. Discuss and describe the dissimilar work team characteristics.
‘Contemporary managers must consider the issue of quality of work life when designing jobs. The issue reflects society’s concern for work experiences which contribute to the personal growth and development of employees’. Illustrate, with instances, the different techniques for job design commonly employed by managers.