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    Factors in Managerial Decision-Making

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    Why is considering the law not sufficient for managers to make a decision. Give me an illustration which would incorporate the factors to help me grasp the factors needed when the law isn't enough to make a decision on a managers part.

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    The law is sometimes not sufficient for managers to make a decision, and going around the law might actually be more feasible from a mere business or economic point of view. Suppose that in production line, the crankshaft of a machine is showing signs of wear and tear and it seems that organizational health and safety (OHS) ...

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    The solution uses 235 words to explain why a manager needs more than just the law to make a decision.