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JSGS 865  - 
Decision Making in Organizations 

Institution:
Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School 

Instructor:
   

Description:

Examines the manner in which decisions are made in organizations, with a particular focus on policy decisions. The course uses a wide variety of behavioral theories to look at phenomena such as policy traps, framing, unwarranted optimism, and group think.

Source: Course Outline below from http://www.schoolofpublicpolicy.sk.ca/Academic_Programs/course-curriculums.php (accessed 13 January 2014)


 Courseware Library

JSGS865_Fall2013_S.pdfJSGS865_Fall2013_S


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Level Descriptor: Other Graduate 



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