Using IS for Decision Making – Stages of Decision Making

6 Feb

Following on from our group’s previous post – https://eternalsunshineoftheismind.wordpress.com/2013/02/06/using-is-for-decision-making-introduction/ – I will be developing on the stages of decision making.

There are four stages of decision making:

  1. Intelligence.
  2. Design.
  3. Choice.
  4. Implementation.

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At the Intelligence stage, discovering, identifying and understanding the problems occuring in the organisations takes place. At the Design stage, managers will study possible solutions to the issue and the best solution is chosen at the Choice stage, while also factoring in the effects of not choosing the alternative solutions. At the Implementation stage, which is the fourth and final stage, the chosen alternative is put in to work and is also monitored to ensure it is working fully and properly.

References:

http://www.cathaldoyle.com

2 Responses to “Using IS for Decision Making – Stages of Decision Making”

  1. sad111422432 February 7, 2013 at 12:16 pm #

    I really enjoyed reading that blog, a clear and consice method with all the relevant material easily shown!

  2. sad111419882 February 7, 2013 at 4:14 pm #

    Very interesting! The diagram helps convey your point.

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