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    Cooper's Model: Nepotism

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    In the event of nepotism, I need help with how to react using the Cooper's model of decision making.


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    Nepotism refers to favoritism in business or politics to relatives regardless of merit. This is a practice of those in power of favoring relatives or friends.

    From the perspective of Cooper's decision making model. The person in power should describe the task. When the issue of nepotism is raised there should be an objective and complete description of the situation. For example, in case of nepotism the appointment of the person can be described as ...

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    Cooper's decision making model is the context of nepotism is explained in a structured manner in this response. The answer includes references used.