Explain how the evaluation could be used to for decision-making in your organization or one with which you are familiar. Include details about priorities, resources, quality, and shared learning in your explanation.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 7:14 am ad1c9bdddf
Evaluations are always extremely beneficial in any organization, as long as they are implemented and used properly, and for the right reasons. Problems begin to arise when evaluations are used erroneously, which can generally be attributed to a flawed design. In our organization, evaluations are relied on as a major tool for decision making purposes. Based on the results of evaluations regarding various positions and also regarding various processes and team meetings, we are able to revise our positions, processes, and ultimately our efficiency, due to the evaluation process.
The main focus of our evaluations is on training and development areas. Because we invest a great deal of time, money, and resources into training in different areas, we need a determinable method of showing management which areas of training are successful and which are not providing the results that we had hoped for, in that particular form of training. Our training processes involve training and development (both) for all main positions, and overall staff development in common areas, like leadership ability and ...
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Define Critical Thinking; how can it be applied to improve decision-making?
Please answer the following questions based on content, coverage and imaginative thought. Please answer the questions as fully, covering all aspects of the question in your response.
1. Define Critical Thinking and describe its benefits and components.
2. How can you apply critical thinking to improve your decision-making? What happens to decision-making in the absence of critical thinking?
3. Can you be a critical thinker and still believe in absolute truth when making a decision? Why or why not?
4. What attributes would define you as a critical thinker?
5. Formulate an effective problem statement using comparative methods.
6. Provide examples of tools/techniques that help identify causes of the problem. Use illustrations if necessary.
7. Describe how each of the following Influences decision making:
a. Contextual factors
e. Resource availability
f. Political support
8. How would managers with different decision-making styles utilize decision-making tools differently?
9. Define the elements of an effective implementation plan.
10. Why do good decisions sometimes have bad results?
11. What is the importance of having a contingency plan?
12. Provide examples of evaluation tools/techniques. Use illustrations if necessary.
13. How can you tell if your decision-making process was effective?
14. How can you evaluate an implementation plan? Provide examples