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Development and Learning in Organizations

ISSN: 1477-7282
Previously published as: Training Strategies for Tomorrow

Online from: 2003

Subject Area: Learning and Development

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Commander's evaluation in the context of business decision-making: a multi-perspective approach

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Title:Commander's evaluation in the context of business decision-making: a multi-perspective approach
Author(s):Mike Schraeder, (Troy University, Montgomery, Alabama, USA. (, Rodger Morrison, (Troy University, Montgomery, Alabama, USA. (
Citation:Mike Schraeder, Rodger Morrison, (2005) "Commander's evaluation in the context of business decision-making: a multi-perspective approach", Development and Learning in Organizations, Vol. 19 Iss: 4, pp.14 - 16
Keywords:Decision making, Learning, Management development
Article type:Research paper
DOI:10.1108/14777280510606547 (Permanent URL)
Publisher:Emerald Group Publishing Limited

Purpose – The purpose of this article is the application of commander's evaluation, used for making decisions in military organizations, to the context of business decisions.

Design/methodology/approach – The scope of this article incorporates salient issues related to business decision making. This is followed by an overview of how commander's evaluation is used to make decisions.

Findings – While used predominantly in military organizations, commander's evaluation has important implications for business decision making. Developmental advantages associated with incorporating this method of making decisions into non-military organizations are elucidated.

Practical implications – Utilizing a commander's evaluation approach provides the business decision-maker with multiple perspectives and options, while also increasing the likelihood of success.

Originality/value – This article makes a unique contribution to the literature by providing practical strategies for incorporating the use of commander's evaluation into the process of making decisions in business.

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