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Perception and Individual Decision Making-Behaviour in Organization-Lecture Slides

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Post: July 11th, 2012
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Dr. Lalita Shikha delivered this lecture at Mizoram University for Organizational Behaviour course. Its main points are: Perception, Individual, Decision, Making, Attribute, Theory, Bounded, Rationality, Creativity
Dr. Lalita Shikha delivered this lecture at Mizoram University for Organizational Behaviour course. Its main points are: Perception, Individual, Decision, Making, Attribute, Theory, Bounded, Rationality, Creativity
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Robbins & Judge Organizational Behavior 13th Edition Perception and Individual Decision Making Bob Stretch Southwestern College Docsity.com 5- 0 Chapter Learning Objectives  After studying this chapter, you should be able to: – Define perception and explain the factors that influence it. – Explain attribute theory and list the three determinants of attribution. – Identify the shortcuts individuals use in making judgments about others. – Explain the link between perception and decision making. – Apply the rational model of decision-making and contrast it with bounded rationality and intuition. – List and explain the common decision biases or errors. – Explain how individual differences and organizational constraints affect decision-making. – Contrast the three ethical decision criteria. – Define creativity and discuss the three-component model of creativity. Docsity.com 5- 1 What is Perception?  A process by which individuals organize and interpret their ..

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