Administrators Solving the Problems of Practice: Decision-Making Concepts, Cases, and Consequences (2nd Edition)
Tested in hundreds of classrooms, this text, with cases, is a student favorite that brings eight classical models of decision making to life, creating useful tools in developing strategies to solve real-life problems. This book describes eight different models of decision-making, compares the models, and illustrates how to use each model with real cases from schools. The frameworks include; classical, administrative, incremental, mixes scanning, political, and garbage can models as well as two models of shared decision making. After illustrating the use of these decision-making models to analyze and develop solution strategies, students have the opportunity to explore about fifty actual cases to build their own analyses and solution strategies.
Specifications of Administrators Solving the Problems of Practice: Decision-Making Concepts, Cases, and Consequences (2nd Edition)
|Author||Wayne Kotler Hoy, C. John Tarter|
|Publisher||Allyn & Bacon|
|Number Of Pages||288|
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