The IM Decision Making And Problem-Solving Model: A Unisex Context

  • Ibrahim Suleiman Yahaya Aziman Hashim International Business School Universiti Teknologi Malaysia
  • Maryam M.B Yusuf Faculty of Business and Management Sciences, Universiti Sultan Zainal Abidin, Malaysia
Keywords: Decision Making, Rational Decision Making, Problem Solving

Abstract

This paper The search paper aimed at introducing new development in decision-making and problem-solving models which will enable the decision-makers to have more options on the way of handling any give scenarios that might occur in the process of daily life or organizational activities, this will improve fast decision by individual or organization. Decision making is an acceptable part of human daily life. People have to make different important decisions nearly every day, hence the reason that often-making decisions can be a difficult action to take. However, a significant number of observational studies have shown that most individuals are much worse in decision-making in organizations. Thus, people started paying more attention to learning how to make an acceptable decision through the related hypotheses and models that fit their scenarios. Along with the line hundred (100) sample of the design developed model with a Likert-Scale from 1-5 was attached and sent to some prominent leaders who virtually make a decision and solved problems almost every day, for their assessment’s/analysis in order to collect data to determine both input and output of the developed model which some accepted as it was designed while some make changes and other make a recommendation for future research work. The decision-making tools are needed at the critical time of Covid.

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Published
2020-11-13
How to Cite
Suleiman Yahaya, I., & M.B Yusuf, M. (2020). The IM Decision Making And Problem-Solving Model: A Unisex Context . The Journal of Management Theory and Practice (JMTP), 1(3), 76-82. https://doi.org/10.37231/jmtp.2020.1.3.45
Section
Marketing & Management