A framework for achieving an effective problem – solving and decision – making system
The initial and fundamental intention of this study is to highlight with specific details the difficulties that every project manager face during the decision making and problem solving processes. More specifically this thesis will spotlight the factors which jeopardize our decision ability and provoke significant problems to the organization life cycle. The systemic approach will be mentioned and used to describe how the decision process influenced by the interrelations and interactions among the systems of the organization environment. The outcome of the above research will be a development of an anthropocentric decision making and problem solving model. To be more precise, the author strongly supports the opinion that the key to success in order to make effective decisions is the human brain. Therefore, the “line to attack” model is a systemic decision approach based upon the essential skills that every decision maker must have in view of analyzing the aspects of the situation, determining clear objectives, designing accurate strategies and finally, implementing profitable decisions. What is more, crucial tools and techniques will be available according to the significant of the decision or problem.
Number of pages97 p.
Post-graduate ProgramMSc Project Management
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