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Decision Making

1.

Type of accounting which measures, reports and analysis of the non-financial and financial information to help in decision making is called

Answer: B

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2.

Costs that behaves as irrelevant costs in process of decision making are classified as

Answer: A

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Answer: B

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Decision making step, which consists of organization goals, predicting alternatives and communicating goals is called

Answer: C

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Answer: C

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6.

An employee in a company is working out a schedule to ensure that all the sales staff arrive at the company conference on time. This is a:

Answer: B

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7.

Which of the following is not an attribute of useful information?

Answer: D

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8.

A process for arriving at an evaluation of decisions, in which selected individuals are asked to respond individually to key questions about a problem, then are provided with a summary of the responses, all members have given and invited to respond again is called:

Answer: A

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A process in which a group of individuals generate and state ideas, but in which the rules prohibit questioning, evaluating, or rejecting any ideas, even if they seem ridiculous is called:

Answer: B

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10.

A group brought together from different functions and levels of an organization to consider ways in which the organization's activities could be improved is called a(n):

Answer: B

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