focuses on how organizations can improve decision-making processes to improve organizational performance in a global economy. This book is structured to include what it takes to implement organization decision; resolve the people issues involved in fulfilling requirements, meet schedules, differentiate among types of decisions, execute the decisions, etc.
- Presents research related to problems associated with meeting requirements, schedules, and cost
- Defines the scope of macro and micro decisions
- Raises the issue of the role of engineering, manufacturing, and marketing in making organizational decisions
- References to Peter Drucker’s studies on decision-making
Keywords: Engineering Management, Decision-making, technology, project management, implementation, execution, discipline professionals