Date of Award
Master of Business
Faculty of Business
This study examines relationships between the cognitive and decision making styles of individual managers, and their decision making performance , within public sector environments during structural and cultural reform. The main purpose is to develop a more effective means of matching managers to their novel and complex working environments, to minimise staff turnover and improve productivity.
Clark-Murphy, D. (1997). Managing change without changing managers: An investigation of influences on decision making performance of public sector managers within novel and complex environments. https://ro.ecu.edu.au/theses/902