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DeVry University – Keller Graduate School of Management

Professor –
Managerial Decision-Making (MGMT530)
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Table of Contents
Executive Summary3
Introduction – Overview of Decision Problem4
Problem Statement4
Objectives4
Summary of Key Objectives:4
Alternatives5
Description of Alternatives:5
Selection5
Consequence Table with Original Values: Title5
Ranking Alternatives: Title6
Scoring Model: Title6
Weighted Scoring Model: Title7
Consequences7
Risk Profile: Title8
Implementation, Monitoring and Control8
Timeline:8
Summary10
Works Cited11

Executive Summary
The objective of the Course Project is to provide you with practice in creating, justifying, and explaining a Decision-making Proposal. All elements involved in the creation of this proposal, from problem definition through action plan, must be covered. Further, the proposal, as constructed, must meet the tests of any sound business plan, namely that it has specific and measurable goals and objectives, clearly defined activities, stipulated time frames during which those activities will take place, and clearly defined measurable outcomes. This Executive Summary is a short, carefully worded description of the problem situation that identifies the recommended solution. A brief justification and explanation of selection method is to be included highlighting factors that contributed to selecting the recommended alternative. The Executive Summary should not be longer than one page.

Introduction – Overview of Decision Problem
Problem Statement
Describe the nature and scope of the problem selected, its history together with causes and the outcomes of any previous attempts to deal with it. Briefly introduce the key decision elements – objectives, alternatives, consequences, and uncertainties; details are to be discussed in subsequent sections. Consider specifically addressing the following:

* What is the general nature of the problem?
* What event triggered the situation?
* Are we imposing any constraints on the situation?
* What are the underlying elements of the problem?
* Are there dependencies on other decisions?
Objectives
Describe stakeholders and their interests in the problem situation. Explain each objective in detail. A minimum of three objectives is required. Consider specifically addressing the following:
* Wish List: Summary of what you want from your decision. * Possible Outcomes: Good or Bad
* Impact: What could be the impact on others?
Summary of Key Objectives:

Fundamental Objectives| Means Objectives|
Objective 1| Means Objective A|
| Means Objective B|
| Means Objective C|
Objective 2| Means Objective A|
| Means Objective B|
| Means Objective C|
Objective 3| Means Objective A|
| Means Objective B|
| Means Objective C|

Alternatives
Describe each alternative and explain how the alternatives differ one from the other. A minimum of three alternatives is required. Description of Alternatives:
Alternative| Description of Alternatives|
Alternative 1| |
Alternative 2| |
Alternative 3| |

Selection
Describe the alternative recommended and why. Explain the tradeoffs you utilized or present a weighted scoring model. Explain why you feel that this report contains sufficient information to make a decision on the problem. Describe any additional information that would be useful to have. Consequence Table with Original Values: Title

| Alternatives|
| Alternative A| Alternative B| Alternative C| Alternative D| Objective 1| | | | |
Objective 2| | | | |
Objective 3| | | | |
Objective 4| | | | |

Ranking Alternatives: Title
| Alternatives|
| Alternative A| Alternative B| Alternative C| Alternative D| Objective 1| | | | |
Objective 2| | | | |
Objective 3| | | |...
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