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Public Accomodation

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Introduction

PUBLIC ACCOMMODATION COMPANY Public Accommodation Company (PAC Co.) is a company that provide accommodation place for public. The PAC Co. is not only concern providing accommodation place; it also has to give good services to their client. The clients are their applicant of public accommodation and the tenant. The company has their own organization to organize all their work flow and services. Below is an organization chart of Public Accommodation Company by department, section and unit. Below is an employee chart of Public Accommodation Company. In the PAC Co. organization, the head of section meeting together with the director and assistant director to make decision making for the company. In the PAC Co. Director is the higher level of decision maker in the company and the group of this decision maker called Group Decision Making. The lower decision making in the PAC Co. is the Building Inspector or Assistant Building Inspector. In an inspection condition of the accommodation, Building Inspector or Assistant Building Inspector has to make decision individually and this called Individual Decision Making. In the PAC Co. the most important income of the company is the tenant. The way to keep the quality of the company; the effective and the efficient way of provide accommodation to the public will increase the reputation of the company. More tenant mean more income to the company. ...read more.

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the most priority house to be chosen is house 3 with total rate 37, then house 1 with the total rate 33, then house 4 with total rate 30 and the last one is house 2 with the total rate 29. Step 6 - Selecting an Alternative; after making consideration then chose the best alternative that suite the criteria. From the analysis of the house, the total rate to be taken with consideration on each house. House 3 with the total rate 37 and other possible alternative is shift one of the living room as a family hall. House 1 has only five (5) bedrooms less one bedroom. House 4 also has five (5) bedrooms with fewer facilities. House 2 is far from the criteria needed. Step 7 - Implementing the alternative; the way to implement the alternative to be done in which by doing the alternative taken. To make the alternative work effective the chief accommodation will communicate with the applicant by giving the right information and another alternative due to not meet the requested accommodation. Step 8 - Evaluating Decision Effectiveness; The way of make the criteria and the solving the problem, if the criteria meet the objective or the alternative work effectively. From the information given to the applicant, the chief will get the feedback from the applicant with the result then solve the decision; is the applicant agrees with other alternative? ...read more.

Conclusion

Sometime the decision have to be made; based on skill, knowledge or training, based on experience, based on ethical values or culture and based on subconscious data. The top level of manager is the most important issues on making decision. The task of top level manager is only making decision that usually for the future of the organization and deal with very biggest issues. The director of the PAC Co. is the topper level of manager. The directors have to think on how to increase the income of the company and improve the services to more efficiently. This decision is always done in a group of decision making. The benefits of group decision maker are: 1) sharing a lot of idea and suggestion because more head are combine their idea together, 2) all the level manager of decision maker have their commitment and loyalty because they involve and take their responsibility to ensuring all the decision is successfully implemented, 3) Due to any level of decisional maker and the staff given opportunity to say their idea and suggestion, it mean the motivation will improve and 4) All the staff with the manager will also improve their communication skill and co-ordination among the staff-members. Decision making is very important to any level of manager and the staff-members by Programmed Decisions or Non-Programmed Decisions and wrongly decision it will impose the organization at bad situation. Taking good step on decision making will give the organization work effectively and efficiently depend on the certainty, risk and assumption rationality of thinking. ...read more.

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