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Title:Intuitive decision-making in a model of integral decision-making scheme
Authors:Oblak, Leon (Author)
Lipušček, Igor (Author)
Language:Slovenian
Tipology:1.01 - Original Scientific Article
Organisation:Logo SciVie - Slovenian Forestry Institute
Abstract:V raziskavi smo oblikovali model celostne zasnove odločanja, ki integrira dobre lastnosti sodobnih pristopov, pri čemer smo v model vgradili tudi intuitivno odločanje. S pomočjo analize, ki je bila opravljena v dvanajstih lesnoindustrijskih podjetjih v Sloveniji smo proučevali, na osnovi česa se managerji v slovenskih lesnoindustrijskih podjetjih odločajo in kakšno je njihovo poznavanje možnosti uporabe intuicije pri odločanju. Primerjava dobljenih rezultatov s trendi na področju odločanja v svetu je pokazala, da jeproces odločanja v lesnoindustrijskih podjetjih v Sloveniji dokaj konzervativen in da se lahko z dodatnim izobraževanjem sedanjega managementa procesi odločanja bistveno izboljšajo.
Keywords:lesna industrija, intuitivno odločanje, model celostne zasnove odločanja
Year of publishing:2003
COBISS_ID:1177225 Link is opened in a new window
UDC:630*791.2
ISSN on article:0351-3114
OceCobissID:6206978 Link is opened in a new window
URN:URN:NBN:SI:doc-H40QQD9O
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Journal:Zb. gozd. lesar.
Gozdarski inštitut Slovenije
 
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Language:Undetermined
Title:Intuitivno odločanje v modelu celostne zasnove odločanja
Abstract:A model of integral decision-making scheme is presented, combining positive attributes of contemporary approaches. Intuitive decision-making was integrated into the model as well. With the aid of analysis carried out in twelve wood industry enterprises in Slovenia, we tried to establish on what basis the managers of Slovene woodprocessing firms make their decisions and what is their knowledge as far as the possibility of using intuition in decision-making is concerned. A comparison of the obtained results with the current world trends in the sphere of decision-making has shown that the process of decision-making in Slovene woodworking companies is fairly conservative and that with additional training of the existing management the decision-making processes could be substantially improved.
Keywords:wood industry, intuitive decision-making, model of integral decision-making scheme


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