1.7 Organizational planning tools (HL only)
1.7 Organizational planning tools & the value of these planning tools (HL Only)
In the context of your school, ask students to identify two examples of each of the following types of decisions:
Which members of staff in the school would make these decisions?
Organizational planning tools are not without their weaknesses, so managers do not always make decisions purely based on these tools. Indeed, some risks are very difficult, if not subjective and impossible, to measure. Instead, some decisions are based on intuition (gut feeling or instinct) and emotions.
For students writing their HL Internal Assessments, take a look here for a list of tools, theories and techniques (including organizational planning tools) to support your assessment work.
Click the hyperlinks below to access the InThinking resources for this particular section of the IB Business Management syllabus.
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