In this book, Graeme Salaman gathers the best contributions to our understanding of decision-making and assembles them to form a coherent and sustained analysis of the key factors that influence decision making. The selected articles are stimulating, provocative and analytical, resulting in a critical and comprehensive analysis of decision making. Decision-making for Business presents essential readings concerned with the importance of decisions, the processes of decision-making, and the implications of 'flawed' decision-making. The book reveals ways in which patterns of decision-making can be described and explained, and how these patterns require the use of a range of theories, which are included in the selection. This work is designed as a resource for anyone seeking an understanding of the changing nature of organizations and the world of business.