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THEORIES OF DECISION-MAKING






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How the appropriateness of a strategy is to be measured of Evaluation of a Strategy

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Evaluation of a Strategy

These are, of course, many factors determining organisation's success or failure. But a valid strategy can gain extraordinary results for the organisation whose general level of competence is only average.

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Strategy Formulation

Strategy consists of a set of long-range decision which establish actions to exploit opportunities or combat threats in response to environmental forces and developments.

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Difference between Policy and Strategy

A major distinction between policy and strategy is that former is a guide to the thinking and action of those who make decisions, while strategy concerns the direction in which human and physical resources will be deployed and applied in order to maximise the chance of achieving a selected objective in th face of difficulties.

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Characteristics of Strategy

The definition of strategy suggests the following characteristics

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Strategy

Originally, the term strategy was confined to the military frame of reference where it meant 'the art of a Commander-in-Chief, or the act of projecting an directing larger military movements and operations of a campaign.' In the beginning, a difference was made between strategy and tactics which is defined as 'the art of handling force in battle or in the immediate presence of enemy'.

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Step of Policy formulation

Policy formulation, therefore, cannot be viewed as totally objective and programmable process.

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Policy formulation

A policy is formulated by the managerial decision. As such it involves the various stages of a decision-making process.

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Some kinds of Characteristics of a sound policy

These are certain characteristics of a sound policy, however, which are universally applicable

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Characteristics of Sound Policy

All the organisations have some policies because these provide guidelines for decisions These policies may be clearly spelled out or otherwise, sound or unsound.

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Types of Policies

Numerous policies are formulated and observed in a business organisation. Their classification is made on the basis of their sources and scope.

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Need for Policies

The need and importance of policies may be evaluated as follows

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Characteristics of a Policy

On the basis of the definition, following characteristics of a policy emerge

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Policy

Once the objectives of the organisation are determined and defined, it is possible to advance a step further in the process of transforming these into action.

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Policy and strategy

Every organisation involves a complicated pattern of decisions-form broad decisions about the objectives of the organisation to specific decisions about day-to-day processes.

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Advantage of O.R. Techniques or Tools

These tools are widely applicable to problems in many industries, though not necessarily the best tolls, but are widely known because they have the great advantage of generalized versatility.

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O.R. Techniques or Tools

There are a number of techniques used in O.R. Taken mostly from mathematics and statistics. The O.R. Techniques may be classified as follows

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O.R. Procedures

O.R. Provides optimum solution of any problem by going through the following process

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Operation Research

Scientific methods have been human being's most outstanding assets to pursue a number of activities.

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