Rational Decision Making Process

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The Decision-Making Process using the Rational Decision Model Within the decision making process, there are five steps that was used in making a decision. Relevant to my circumstance, the fourth step, the lack of participation error was the missed step in this case. In the Rational Decision Model there is a fourth step that says to implement the preferred course of action. This stage is where the actions or in this case decision are made. While I was making the decision to post the content I found. I can admit that I left out an important person in the decision process, ie. my manager, but with a time crunch and the CEO pushing me to release the work, I thought it would cost the company an opportunity for gaining profit with the post, so I …show more content…
-Over time negative emotions have grown from both parties.
• Felt conflict: Tension encourages motivation to act.
- We didn’t act professional after the issue. Our emotions were intense and there were no solid ground for both of us to agree.
• Manifest conflict: The use of conflict resolution or suppression.
- After the conflict avoidance was made, and there was no resolution.
Going through the stages of conflict insatiate this incident as an organizational conflict and should have concluded with a conflict resolution. After addressing this problem as a conflict, looking at different levels of conflicts that classifies the details of that specific conflict is needed. Interpersonal barriers was identified in this case as well.
Interpersonal Level of Conflict: the importance of interpersonal barrier Interpersonal level of conflict would be relevant to this issue because the lack of communication my manger and I had between each other. The constant clash of personalities. My mangers personality is very domineering, she always believe what she does is the right way or the better way and everyone should follow her ideas. Confronting her with We didn’t have much of a rivalry amongst us for recognition or promotion. Since my manger has been there longer than me, I think my work ethic wasn’t as acceptable to her. She never told me directly why she didn’t like the energy that I put in my work, but her attitude toward any suggestion
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If my organization applied the classical decision model it could have shed light on the company’s responsibilities in the process of solving problems between co-workers. If the CEO would have taken action by maybe sitting both my manager and I down. And clearly addressing the problem, walking us through what could have been done to prevent this from happening again in the future. It could have also been helpful if the CEO have given us alternative options to approach this issue. Suggestions like getting in touch with each other through other forms of connection, and if we both agree upon that connection, that could have been a good approach. Incorporating the classical decision maker model this problem would make the work life for all employees more

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