Likelihood Of Decision Making Styles On Cultural Dimension Of Business Managers Of Pakistan

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  • Dr. Faraz Ahmed Wajidi
  • Dr. Eruj Wajidi Rehan
  • Dr. Syed Muhammad Zia
  • Kamila Mariam Iftikhar
  • Prof. Fauzia Imtiaz

Abstract

Business managers with different cultural background have different prospective, norms, standards, values and principles which often have potential to effects on business manager’s assessments, judgments and decision making. This research presents the convergence of decision making styles of managers of four provinces (Punjab, Sindh, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Balochistan.) of Pakistan on the basis of culture. This research compares the similarities and differences among the business managers of these provinces. Dr. Geert Hofstede theory of cultural dimensions has employed for this research to identify the influence or dominance of culture on decision making and Big Myer’ss four styles of decision making is employed to compare the styles of these business mangers on the bases of their cultures. The results confirm that the culture has great influence on decision making of business managers and each province business manager has unique decision making style based on their culture. This research provide base for future studies in the context of Pakistani culture or any culture which may have effect on human psychology. The decision styles of managers from Punjab, Sindh, Balochistan and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa are compared in this research paper.

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2024-03-14

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Wajidi, D. F. A. ., Rehan, D. E. W. ., Zia, D. S. M., Iftikhar, K. M., & Imtiaz, P. F. . (2024). Likelihood Of Decision Making Styles On Cultural Dimension Of Business Managers Of Pakistan. Migration Letters, 21(S8), 1133–1143. Retrieved from https://migrationletters.com/index.php/ml/article/view/9544

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