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Where formal organizations are the setting in which decisions are made, the particular decisions or policies chosen by decision-makers can often be explained through reference to the organization's particular structure and procedural rules. Such explanations typically involve looking at the distribution of responsibilities among organizational sub-units, the activities of committees and ad hoc coordinating groups, meeting organizational process model, rules of order etc.

organizational process model

The notion of fixed-in-advance standard operating procedures SOPs typically plays an important role in such explanations of individual decisions made. Paul M. Organizational process models of decision-making Where formal organizations are the setting in which decisions are made, the particular decisions or omdel chosen by decision-makers can often be explained through reference to the organization's particular structure and procedural rules.

organizational process model

See also: rational-comprehensive decision-makingincrementalism incrementalist decision-makingsystems theory models of decision-makingbureaucratic politicsbureaucracy.]

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