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    Managerial Functions vs Sound Decision Making Skills

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    The challenge of this question is to tie the concept of managerial functions to the concept of decision making conditions.

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    To be an effective manager it requires making sound decisions. Decision making is the primary function for a manager (Armstrong, 2006). Traditionally, each manager has functions associated with their position that are expected of them. Examples of these functions may be, supervision of people, scheduling, planning, operational diligence, meeting and managing a budget, etc. These functions are critical to ...

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