What occurs in situations in which no procedures or rules exist to guide decision
makers toward the correct choice?
B. structured decisions
C. unstructured decisions
D. semistructured decisions
What is the difference between the As-Is process model and the To-Be process model?
A. The As-Is process model begins with what the process problem is, and the To-Be
process model displays how the problem will be solved.
B. The process models are not related.
C. Both process models determine when to solve the problem.
D. The As-Is process model begins with where to implement the solution, and the
To-Be process model displays why the problem needs to be fixed.