A computer simulation of organizational decision-making
Andrews, Vincent John
Butler, Phillip Neal
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A computer simulation of organizational decision-making is developed based on the Complete Cycle of Choice. The interrelationships between attitudes, individual behaviors, organizational choices, and the environment are represented in terms of matrices and mathematical equations. Statistical analysis of the data generated by the simulation program is performed to discern significant variables and decision-making patterns. Refinements to the basic model are proposed to increase its usefulness as a managerial tool.
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