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You are in a job which you hate, but it is well paid (high salary) and within walking distance of your home. You have been offered a job which you know you will enjoy, but it is slightly less paid (lower salary) and twenty kilometers from your home.

What are the values you have and believe in which might influence your decision?   Such values could include: having an abundance of material possessions, having a successful career, respecting your wife’s wishes, having plenty of spare time.

 

Answer these questions USING WHAT YOU HAVE LEARNED ABOUT DECISION MAKING.

50 words maximum for each answer to each question.

You are in a job which you hate

  1. THE SITUATION: What is the problem you wish to solve with your decision?

 

  1. INFORMATION: What information do you need to solve the problem or to make a decision?

 

  1. VALUES: What values do you have which may influence your decision?

 

  1. OBJECTIVES: What are your objectives in solving this problem and making this decision?

 

  1. ALTERNATIVES (different possible solutions): What are the alternative solutions to your problem?  Hint: Maybe there is some other decision that is not keep the old job, or take the new job.  BUT . . . you CANNOT JUST QUIT AND HAVE NO JOB.

 

  1. RISKS & CONSEQUENCES: What possible risks and consequences could happen because of your decision?

You are in a job which you hate, but it is well paid (high salary) and within walking distance of your home. You have been offered a job which you know you will enjoy, but it is slightly less paid (lower salary) and twenty kilometers from your home.

What are the values you have and believe in which might influence your decision?   Such values could include: having an abundance of material possessions, having a successful career, respecting your wife’s wishes, having plenty of spare time.

 

Answer these questions USING WHAT YOU HAVE LEARNED ABOUT DECISION MAKING.

50 words maximum for each answer to each question.

 

  1. THE SITUATION: What is the problem you wish to solve with your decision?

 

  1. INFORMATION: What information do you need to solve the problem or to make a decision?

 

  1. VALUES: What values do you have which may influence your decision?

 

  1. OBJECTIVES: What are your objectives in solving this problem and making this decision?

 

  1. ALTERNATIVES (different possible solutions): What are the alternative solutions to your problem?  Hint: Maybe there is some other decision that is not keep the old job, or take the new job.  BUT . . . you CANNOT JUST QUIT AND HAVE NO JOB.

 

  1. RISKS & CONSEQUENCES: What possible risks and consequences could happen because of your decision?