Managerial Judgement

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HAND OUT ON
MANAGERIAL JUDGEMENT

BY
PRASHANTH PATALEY
109514

GUIDED BY
DR.P.RAMLAL

MANAGERIAL JUDGEMENT
INTRODUCTION:
* Managerial judgment is mainly used by the managers in decision making. * Managers judge the employees of the organization based on their perception, attitude, personality, ability of the employee. * The information regarding the above said behavior of the employee is accumulated and is used for judgment. * This accumulation of information depends on the need (need here is to judge a employee and solve the problem) * People learn in response to need(brown & duguid).

* Based on this accumulation two models are designed to judge the employee and their by solving the problem or making decision. * The two models are:
I) rational action theoritical model.
II)functional model or linear model.

I) THEORITICAL MODEL
* Managers intend to be rational in their decision making. * This model suggests that information is accumulated even before the problem arises. * This information helps in judging the employees and thereby making decisions and simplifying complex situations. * Can help in building up cooperation between employees. * There are two approaches in the rational action theory they are

I) systematic approach
II) Intuitive approach
SYSTEMATIC APPROACH:
* It is a step by step operational approach to solve a problem. * This align the intent of managers to be rational, thorough and fully understand the problem. INTUITIVE APPROACH:
* This helps in thinking the situation with all the political and social surroundings. * Stimulus motivates for accumulation of information.

II) FUNCTIONAL OR LINEAR MODEL:
* In this model the role of employee shows the path to be followed for decision making. * It mainly talks about how a manager can effectively solve a problem.

REFERENCE:
* Theoritical model of managerial decision making and accumulation of...
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