Explain how objective versus subjective perspectives influences the decision-making process. What role do you think this variable has played in all the negotiations conducted and decisions made by Iraq and the United Nations?
How objective versus subjective perspectives influences the decision-making process
The ability to distinguish subjective issues from objective is a very important part in any effective decision making process. Objective information is factual observable facts and is completely unbiased. It is often verified through performing mathematical calculations or looking up figures. Subjective information on the other hand is often the opinion, judgment, belief or assumptions and is often colored by the character of the person. Though this kind of information often has a basis in reality, it reflects the perspective by which an individual views reality and more often cannot be verified using concrete figures and facts (Chapter 3).
Subjectivity arises primarily because the understanding of preferences between different states of the world by a decision maker cannot be generally externally imposed. The decision process can be objectively resolved but the construction of this solution is made up of both objective and subjective components. This implies that objective decision analysis is often used to ...
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