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Suppose a soft-drink firm is grappling with the decision about whether or not to introduce to the market a new carbonated beverage with 25 percent real fruit juice. How might it use the six decision steps to guide its course of action?

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Six steps to decision Making

The Problem

Suppose a soft-drink firm is grappling with the decision about whether or not to introduce to the market a new carbonated beverage with 25 percent real fruit juice. How might it use the six decision steps to guide its course of action?
The six steps to follow

1. Problem Definition

The problem call for an action whether a.) To introduce to the market a new carbonated beverage with 25 % real fruit juice, and b.) Not to introduce to the market a new carbonated beverage with 25 % real fruit juice

2. Assess the implications

Taking the second action (not to introduce) is risk-free on the part of the management. The simple thing to do is inaction. And everything ends there. But business is a calculated gamble. What ...

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