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Administrative Decision Making

In organizations, administrative decision making refers to the process used to make key or strategic decisions by a single individual or a small group. In democratic systems, these decision makers are usually expected to get advice from affected parties and then to make a decision that advances the interests of the whole organization. Such decisions are also expected to resolve the interests of competing stakeholders. Administrative decision makers may be business owners, department heads, government officials, mayors, or governors. While administrative decision making processes are widely used and can be very efficient, the effectiveness of the processes depend upon the skill, wisdom and altruism of the decision maker(s).

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