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In using the rational
decision making, individuals use an analysis, step-by-step process and facts to
come up with decisions. It is a precise and a very analytical process, that
usually yields fact-based decisions.
It is a process that
includes six steps namely:
Defining the problem.
Identifying the decision
Allocating weights to the
Developing the alternatives.
Evaluating the alternatives.
Selecting the best alternative.
Recently, I felt that
the company I was working for was underpaying me and I decided to resign from
my position as the chief accountant. In coming up with my decision, I admit I
did not follow the entire process of rational decision making. I only based my
decision on the first step where I identified my problem as being poor
remuneration for the job description I had.
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