The Role of Opinions in Decision-making

Decision-making and Valuation


M Y Zainudeen
Management Consultant, Sri Lanka

The Role of Opinions in Decision-making

Opinions play a major role in decision making in the absence of sufficient management information and lack of analytic skills.
Although modern management tools emphasize that management information is very important in rational decision making, such decision making is not always possible.
There are instances where decision making is purely based on opinions held by the decision maker. Because on one hand analyzing management information takes a long time, and on the other hand the situation demands a quick decision.
There are occasions in which a serious turn of opinion takes place with a sudden inflow of new information and knowledge. This is possible only for people who spend quite a lot of time in thinking about the subject matter involved, and are looking for new knowledge.


Fr. Edgar Calunod, SVD
Student (University), Philippines

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Kathi Deavers
United States

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Manager, Germany

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M Y Zainudeen
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rilwan, Nigeria

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Mansur Ikhlas, United Arab Emirates

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Jaap de Jonge
Editor, Netherlands

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M Y Zainudeen
Management Consultant, Sri Lanka

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I fully agree with you comment Jaap. All what we discuss is about decision making under normal condi... Sign up

Jaap de Jonge
Editor, Netherlands

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