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Managing Decision Making

Undergraduate | USA-BUSS3095 | 2024

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16 June 2024
Entry requirements
No ATAR needed,
No prior study
10 weeks
Start dates
8 Jan 2024,
24 June 2024

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Managing Decision Making

About this subject

  • By the end of this 10-week course, you’ll be able to: 

    1. Identify and explain the characteristics of different types of management problems and decisions, problem solvers and decision makers and approaches to problem solving and decision making. 
    2. Explain how the characteristics of different types of problem solver and decision maker influence the way managers solve different types of problems and make decisions. 
    3. Examine different approaches to problem solving and management decision making through various methods, including business meetings and technology-aided communication. 
    4. Propose and present creative and innovative solutions to a series of business problems. 
    5. Collaborate with others in decision making activities using collaborative technologies. 
    6. Demonstrate Business Enterprise Skills in the context of the Management discipline.

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No entry requirements

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0.125 EFTSL
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