H., & Moore, D. A. model is more business friendly. In the decision making matrix, it appears to be too simple. It seems like there is a lot of room for mistakes. It is a “quick and dirty” type of decision-making tool. There’s nothing systematic about its process. However, if you want to make a quick decision, the matrix is the way to go. You have to understand that there is a lot of risks involved. Depending on the type and the level of importance of the decision, it could benefit the manager.
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