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Decision making strategies


LaDawn Robinson

on 19 April 2010

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Transcript of Decision making strategies

Decision Making Strategies Discussion case study case study case study discussion discussion Authoritative-Makes the decision and the
subordinates are then informed of what the
decision is

Facilitative-Joint effort between leaders and subordinates, both providing input to make a shared decision

Consultative- Leader asks for advice and opinions from subordinates, and makes decision himself

Delegative- Leader passes responsibility for the decision making and the decision to one or more subordinates

Video Rational decision making model Decision making styles Xiomara Rodriguez
Katie Sandlin
LaDawn Robinson
EDL 530 authoritative decision making and defending your decision 5.1 Is Developing a set of problem solving techniques and decision making skills Define and clarify the issue-does it warrant action? if so, now? Is the matter urgent, important or both.
Gather all the facts and understand their causes.
Think about or brainstorm possible options and solutions.
Consider and compare the pros and cons of each option-consult if necessary-it probably will be.
Select the best option-avoid vagueness or 'foot in both camps' compromise.
Explain your decision to those involved and affected, and follow up to ensure proper and effective implementation. 5.2 Understands that events and problems can have a variety of explanations Why is my school not performing well?
Why is there low morale among teachers?
Why is attendance so low?
Why is there a lack of motivation among teachers and students?
Why is there not more parent involvement?

Possible causes for negativity among teachers
Loss of confidence
Lack of challenge in their work
Anxiety about the future regarding employment
Non recognition for hard work and or efforts
Lack of involvement concerning important decisions 5.3 Explains and defends decisions made DECISION

To request teachers to submit lesson plans on a weekly basis
To give weekly incentives for improving student performance
To allot more funds geared toward technological staff development and equipment
To request parents volunteer at school
To allow particular clubs and activities to be formed on campus DEFENSE

To stay current with what is being taught in the classroom
To help motivate and challenge students to perform well in all subjects
To keep up with technology advances that assist in teaching and learning
To form and cultivate a positive relationship between the school and community
To allow students to express themselves through ideas, discussions, and activities on campus please click on video to view
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