Decisions making and profit maximization, Operation Management

Question 1.

It is often said that profit maximization is the sole objective of business conduct. Do you agree with this view? Justify your answer using at least one example / case study from the Greek economic reality.

Question 2.

In your opinion, can the CEO of a company take decisions relying on the information he gets from the firm's production function? Justify your answer.

 

 

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