The NETg simulation has covered all the critical experience that I have learned in the last five weeks. Some parts of the NETg simulation was interesting and elementary and provide a good example on how to enforce the decision making process. There are four key points that if used for employment would be helpful in the decision-making process for almost any organization.
The MGT/350 course has presented an opportunity for analysis critical thinking and decision making within the organization, by preparing managers with key points to utilize in the workplace and remembering to always have an alternative solution. ...view middle of the document...
If you did not answer the questions you received a C.
The NETg simulation made sure that your terms were define before making decisions, even a status chart was given based on the answer you selected to vision a small outcome of you decision-making process.
Four Key Points
There is four keys points that the NETg simulation reviewed:
Identify causes of the problem
Frame alternatives (generate alternative solutions)
Evaluate impact of the alternatives
Make the decision
Apply Simulation in Workplace
When applying the NETg simulation to my workplace will help me define problems, by comparing urgent and non-urgent and making a sound choice of those problems. By using the techniques for evaluating the decisions I will find out that having alternative solutions will show I'm prepared and have utilize the brainstorm tools and method process. The NETg simulation stresses that good managers or supervisors will have alternative solution for set problems. Although understanding that critical thinking is complex and the learning process takes time
The NETg simulation shows excellent examples of a real working environment, where decision-making is critical to the company. This information is also very helpful for someone to better understand how to apply decision-making process to his or her workplace with the four key points.
University of Phoenix Material. (n.d.) NETg simulation. Critical Thinking and Decision-Making.