Decision-Making Techniques

Decision-Making Techniques

December 18, 2020 |

Decision-Making Techniques If I was the President of China I would choose option 2. Although this might not be the best idea, it is the best solution of the three proposals that have been presented. It is important that we continue with our plans even if it means showing more aggressive behaviors towards our enemies. Our fellow citizens might not believe that this solution at the time, but with time they will see that it was the right one in the long run. And I understand that many of our citizens feel like we are not thinking about them we are, we feel like we are because we are doing what is best for our country and the growth of it. Although many people feel like our security would be in danger I feel like increasing our behavior it will help to even that out and our security will not…    read more 

Decision-Making Techniques

December 18, 2020 |

Decision-Making Techniques This week’s lecture focused on problem solving and decision making. What are some of the toughest decisions you’ve had to make in your life? What techniques (as explored in the Week 5 reading) did you use at the time to make them? Would you do anything differently now? Feel free to explore decisions you’ve had to make in your schooling, career (past or present), family life and with friendships. Your work should be at least 500 words, but mostly draw from your own personal experience. This should be written in first person and give examples from your life. Be sure if you are using information from the readings that you properly cite your readings in this, and in all assignments.    

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