DBA-800 Critical Thought and Informed Action: Models of Decision Making and Organization Achievement
This course will focus on the development of effective models of decision making in a dynamic business environment. The decisions that business leaders make on a daily basis define and refine the culture and impact the ability of the organization to achieve successful outcomes. Exploring and critically thinking about the model(s) used to make these decisions is important in creating a business executive with the skills necessary to lead an organization to accomplish the defined goals. Topics will include the exploration of methods, techniques, and theoretical frameworks associated with creating a systematic approach to complex decision making. By the end of the course, students will have a toolbox of effective decision-making tools and techniques that can be applied to increase effective outcomes.
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