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Levels of Union-Management Decision Making

Evaluate one or two of the three primary levels of union-management decision making. Can this level be improved? If so, how would you improve it?

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The three primary levels of union-management decision making are: Strategic, Tactical, and Operational decision makings. Strategic decision making is considered the top level. This is where mission, vision, investment decisions, long term goals, and objectives are considered. The strategic decision making process exerts significant long term influence on the operations of the organization. Tactical decision making is considered the middle level. It relates to managerial ...

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This solution evaluates one of the three primary levels of union-management decision making and makes recommendations for improvement.

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