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Organizational behaviors Ch 6

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Léa Chb

on 11 December 2015

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Transcript of Organizational behaviors Ch 6

Computerized Support System
Case study 1
Case study 2
Case study 2

1. What are the specific advantages of using computerized decision making? How can computers be better
decision makers than humans?

2. What are the weaknesses of using computers as
decision tools? Are computers likely to have any
specific problems in making decisions that people
wouldn't have?

3. Do you think computer decision making systems can effectively take ethical issues into account? What is
the role of human decision makers in creating ethical

4. Are there advantages to completely disconnecting
from the wired world when possible? What can you
do to try to retain your ability to focus and process
information deeply?
Nicolas Bourlon
Léa Chaibi

Perception and individual decision Making
I) Introduction to the case
II) Definition to computerized support system
III) Questions
Prediction and actual fact examples

● Prediction: “The market is telling you that something is not quite right. . . . The Chinese economy is going to slow down regardless.”—Investment analyst Marc Faber (May 3, 2010)

● Status: The Chinese economy grew by 9.5 percent over the rest of the year.

● Prediction: “More people are going to be put to work
this summer.”—Vice President Joe Biden (June 17, 2010)

● Status: By August, job growth in the private sector fell by two-thirds and unemployment increased to 9.8 percent in November.
Predictions that didn't quite pan out
I) Introduction to the case
II) Predictions and actual facts examples
III) Questions
1. Despite the difficulty of making predictions, many people confidently make assertions about what will happen in the future. Why do you think this is?

2. What perceptual or decision-making errors can you identify in these predictions?

3. Can you think of some predictions you’ve made that haven’t turned out the way you expected?

4. Why do you think it’s so hard to make accurate predictions?
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