April 18, 2013


Corporate values are important components of an organization and are relevant when decision making processes take place. From one point personal feelings and values might affect but on the other side overlooking the mission and values of the organization can happen without any specific reason and are just inherent to decision making processes.

This particularity is quite important and I find it very common from my personal experience. During the simulation exercise individuals were more concerned about being cost-effective, about saving money or about getting the most strategically located location. Although all the mentioned worries were important, I found that most of the time there was a need to follow a path or an objective, which I think was true due to the importance of bearing in mind the mission of the company and the objective of the specific project. Once the group of individuals have these issues clear as a common denominator, the decision process can be guided in a more effective way and the tools might be addressed according to the mission and core values.

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