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Discuss and illustrate with examples what is meant by ?using appropriateness?

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1. Discuss and illustrate with examples what is meant by ?using appropriateness? to decide. Be sure to include in your answer a discussion of specific vs. general standards.;2. Describe and provide examples of (a) an entrepreneurial dilemma and (b) a disturbance dilemma;3. Discuss the six aspects of ethical intensity that may cause us to give more or less attention to ethical implications of an alternative we are considering.;4. Describe and illustrate with examples the potential advantages as well as the potential pitfalls of using our intuition to make decisions. Be sure to include in your answer the value of critical analysis in balancing our intuition.;5. Discuss and illustrate with examples what is mean by ?using consequences? to decide. Be sure to include in your answer the 4 elements of this approach and the role emotions.;6. The logic of consequences assumes that we maximize our preferences, simultaneously evaluate alternatives, and examine all of the possible alternatives. Describe and illustrate with examples what most us typical do compared to these;assumptions and what the potential impact can be.;7. Explain and illustrate with examples what?s meant by each of the following: (a) sunk costs, (b) confirming evidence, (c) framing effects, and (d) loss aversion.;8. Explain and illustrate with your own example what?s meant by ?availability biases?.;9. Discuss and illustrate with examples the idea of adjusting our constraints by (a) ?Stretching our Statement? and;(b)?Squeezing our Statement?.;10. Explain and illustrate with examples the two major aspects of our preferences: ?desired ends? and ?observable criteria?.;11. Discuss and illustrate with examples the two common scenarios we face in generating a solid set of alternatives.;12. Using the information provided, create a consequence matrix that includes the following elements: alternatives, desired ends, observable criteria, and consequence descriptions.;13. Describe and illustrate with examples the role of limiting or satisficing criteria compared to evaluative or maximizing criteria.;14. Describe and illustrate with examples the 3 biggest pitfalls in describing consequences.;15. Discuss the purpose of identifying inferior alternatives and then working with the information provided, find the one clearly inferior alternative and show it is impact on the consequence matrix.;16. Discuss the purpose of using even swaps and then working with the information illustrate how to use the idea of ?even swaps? to accomplish that purpose. Be sure to include your supporting calculations.;17. Explain and then working with the information provided illustrate how weighted scores can be used to select the best alternative.;18. Contrast and illustrate with examples the role of ?importance scores? versus the role ?achievement? scores.;19. Illustrate from information provided how to construct a risk profile and then how you can use desirability scores and probabilities to convert your risk profile into a risk evaluation of your top two alternatives.;Attachment Preview;Exam 1 Study Guide Fall 2014.docx Download Attachment;Exam1 Study Guide, Fall 2014... Show more;Additional Requirements;Level of Detail: Only answer needed

 

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