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A decision has to be taken on which solution to adopt. ' Decision-making is central to both planning and control. Decision-making is defined as 'selection of a course of action from among alternatives'. It is at the core of planning. A plan cannot be said to exist unless a decision - a commitment of resources, direction or reputation - has been made. Decisions are based on facts and judgement. Because problems vary in nature (short-term/long-term, easy/complex, quantifiable/qualitative etc) so too does the task of decision-making.

There is little doubt that each set of assumptions will affect the way managers carry out their managerial functions and activities. It is important to note that McGregor did not feel that Theory X and Theory Y were opposite, but rather two points on a continuum and that most managers had a mixture of assumptions about people. Likewise, he did not promote either Theory X or Theory Y as being a superior management style, although his work has often been interpreted as favouring Theory Y. He argued that no one style is effective in all situations.

Writers on management look on the transformation process in terms of their particular approaches to management. For example, writers belonging to the human behaviour school focus on interpersonal relationships. In this text we will use the managerial functions of planning, organising, staffing, leading, and controlling as a framework for organising managerial knowledge. The communication system. Communication is essential to all phases of the managerial process. ƒ It integrates the managerial functions.

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