Decision making approaches, Operation Management

Decision Making Approaches

General Framework

Outline the meaning of Rationality, Bounded Rationality and Intuitive approaches to decision making.

Individual Components

1.  Demonstrate a specific example of Rationality using Decision Trees

2.  Demonstrate a specific example of Rationality using either a Payoff Matrix or Multivariate Analysis

3.  Find and describe an example of an Intuitive approach to decision making

 

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