hrm 10.20 notes
hrm 10.20 notes HRM 1101-402
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Date Created: 10/20/15
HRM 102015 Notes Chapter 6 assignment 5 pick 2 companies Boscov s and Marshalls o Human side of planning 0 decision making cognitive and emotional and neuropsychological process that involves thoughts feelings neurological functioning and results in making a choice from alternatives o Programmed Decisions 0 routine in nature and that occur with some frequency 0 work exercise class o non programmed decisions 0 novel and involve unique information or circumstances o introduction of how do cognitive and emotional processes affect decision making reason and logic include how we apply reason and logic understand how thoughts and feelings come into it intuition self conscious aka guilt feeling knowing something without any evidence that this understanding comes as a result of rational thought process tacit knowledge access to at an unconscious level form of memory o stereotypes o oversimplified ideas or beliefs that are rigid and difficult to changecategorize o halo effect 0 we judge something based on emotion blow out of proportion from an employee manager will take it over proportion happens during recruiters and companies ex penn state fan like me went to same highschoolgiven way more credit than should be o emotions are 0 extremely helpful as they point us in the right directions when making choices other times can flood your brain 0 key influence factor problem situation or choices are framed in a negative or positive way 0 front and center in motivation o Consensus decision making 0 process of making decisions through group discussion until all members are willing to support the chosen decision even if it is not their preferred solution 0 1 groups have greater sum total of knowledge than individuals 0 2 each member has fresh approach or perspective 0 3 decisions made by groups are more readily accepted 0000 o Critical thinking errors and how to avoid thinking traps o anchonng too much value to something that should not have been received example being split up one piece of information that we assumed was correct but not really make sure you value things before decision making 0 status quo favoring decisions example we always do this when we come here big trap do not realize new cases in scenario avoid question value of decision since it is different sunk costs spend more money when still not selling thinks decisions on costs justify one flaw confirming evidence selectively seeking out information to prove your point do not look for data to justify it just data that proves point ignore everything else except cases that validate your point avoid question if seeking relevant data estimating and forecasting influenced by memories used things experienced in past to approximate what will be going in the future avoid consider whether examples in memory are relevant to situation data vs memories framing overly influenced how problem is explained or seemed
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