March 3, 2014
Individual makes decisions every day. Many do it without even realize they are using the decision-making process steps. There are six steps in the decision-making process that will help the individual to come up with the best choice on the decision that has to be made. In this paper, the decision-making process will be discussed along with an example of a personal experience using the six steps of the decision-making process. When deciding to go to college to further an education many areas have to be considered and researched before determining what is the best decision.
Next, one needs to generate alternative solutions to the problem (Bateman & Snell, 2011). So one may start looking online colleges to see what they offer, how it fits into family schedule, the cost involved obtaining Bachelors degree in Accounting, and how does the program work. Also, speak with family and friends for any suggestions about online colleges.
Then after gathering all the information one would need to evaluate the alternatives (Bateman & Snell, 2011). Once all the alternatives were researched thoroughly, one would need to sit down and go through all the information from each college to see which college would meet all their needs, along comparing cost, and accreditation of the college. When deciding what college to attend one must be sure it is a fit for them and they are comfortable with the program and the college has a good accreditation so after graduation the college one chooses is one employer will look at highly on their resume.
Then making the choice, (Bateman & Snell, 2011) one has to be comfortable with all the information they have gathered and asked all their questions that needed answered. Once all this is done one can make a choice...