Perfect decision making plays a key role to the solving of complex problems arises within the global
organizations. On the other hand, wrong decision making can create more complexities based upon the arising
complexity and make it worse which impacts negatively on the organizational sustainability. This study mainly
emphasis on the critical analysis of Simon’s quote where it was mentioned that the human mind capacity was too
weak to solve the complex problems of the real world. Therefore, it can be understood that the paper is going to
analyze about the perfect decision making application for solving real world problems. Besides, the study also
sheds its light upon the three significant discreet concept related to decision making bias. The thesis statement of
the study is to critically analyze the quote of Simon in respect to capacity of human mind in the context of
tackling with real world problems.
This section helps in understanding about the three discreet choices about decision making application.
Moreover, in this section the paper was highlighted some points related to decision making theory along with
perspective decision making on the basis of different criteria. As per the quote of Simon it was found that human
mind capacity was too short to make perfect decision in against of real world problem solving. On the contrary, it
was found that perfect decision making mainly based on the different perspective along with criteria. It has also
been analysed that perfect decision only can be made by understanding the problem properly (Burnap &
Williams, 2015). Apart from this it also can be found that only analytical thinking can help to make perfect
decision regarding any complexity. However, in the real worlds there were various decision making theory exist
which helps in perfect decision making with the help of different type of application.
As per the information related to decision making theory, it mainly recognized as an approach for determining
how the decisions were made given unknown factors along with an uncertain framework of decision
environment. On the other hand, it can also be found that the theory of decision making based on the concept of
statistic, mathematics, physiology and psychology. Therefore, it can be understood that all the mentioned factors
were necessary to analyse before making any perfect decision in against of any complex problem (Deli, Ali &
Smarandache, 2015). However, only human mind and analytical thinking was not sufficient for making perfect