Poor decisions are often a result of the way decisions are made. In this article, Hammond, Keeney and Raiffa talk discuss the ways that the human brain can sabotage decisions through a series of psychological traps. They describe the ways that decision makers can ensure their major decisions are sound.
Research in this article suggests that a combination of factors lead to job satisfaction. The authors discuss which combinations lead to the highest job satisfaction among employees.
Measuring firms' performance outcomes with respect to marketing is an important aspect of decision making for managers in all industries—especially in food and agribusiness. This study provides insight in designing marketing control systems.