A decision support method for poorly structured problems in school management

Anna Meczynska, Roman Kmieciak, Anna Michna, Iwona Flajszok
  • Baltic Journal of Management, December 2013, Emerald
  • DOI: 10.1108/bjm-04-2013-0058

Decisions made by principals

What is it about?

126 decisions made by principals were identified, 96 of which were non-programmable. One of the most difficult and important non-programmable decisions was related to the termination of a teacher’s employment. In order to support decisions regarding a teacher’s dismissal, 44 criteria with different importance levels were identified.

Why is it important?

No previous empirical studies have identified and ranked the most important and difficult non-programmable decisions facing principals.

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