The Need for Another Decision-Making Methodology
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Henry Mintzberg defined three types of management roles: interpersonal, informational, and decisional (1989). Interpersonal refers to the ability of the manager of being a figure head, motivational, and a liason with the public (e.g., Steve Jobs at Apple). Informational refers to the manager’s role as information broker and disseminator. Decisional refers to the power and ability of making decisions.
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