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    Title: 決策的本質-由古巴危機談台灣E銀行危機
    Authors: 夏振華;Hsia,Chen-hua
    Contributors: 管理學院高階主管企管碩士班
    Keywords: 古巴危機;官僚政治模式;決策的本質;理性模式;組織行為模式;銀行危機;bureaucratic politics(governmental politics);essence of decision;financial crisis;organizational behavior;Cuban missile crisis,rational
    Date: 2009-05-18
    Issue Date: 2014-05-08 15:34:22 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 國立中央大學
    Abstract: 西元1962年西方世界發生幾乎引爆第三次世界大戰的古巴危機,當時美、蘇二大強權競相透過在盟國部署飛彈引發了核武競賽,危及人類生存,最後在美國甘迺迪總統與蘇聯共產黨總書記赫魯雪夫的政治運作下才化解了危機。哈佛大學教授Graham T. Allison博士即透過理性模式、組織行為模式、政治模式的觀點,完整分析美、蘇雙方處理古巴危機的過程。
    ;In the early 1960s a crisis occurred in the Western world. The United States objected when the Soviet Union placed nuclear missiles in Cuba, an allied country. The conflict initiated a nuclear weapons competition, which almost endangered human survival. American President John F. Kennedy, Secretary General U Thant, and the Soviet Union diffused the crises through political negotiations. Harvard University Professor Dr. Graham T. Allison analyzed the event and analyzed how the U.S. government and the Soviet Union handled the problem from rational, organizational, and political models.
    Though financial institutions cannot avoid a meager profit, they are weak and cannot withstand the risk. Therefore, accurate policy-making appears to be of great importance. Contrary to other enterprises, financial institutions appear more enclosed and its political undertones are more obvious. When organizations aim to resolve a problem, however, can the decision of the managers benefit the institution regardless of their personal biases? Also, how do the job holders explain and appraise the essence of decision-making correctly? By conducting a qualitative research plan, I attempt to analyze the essence of the decision-making process by bank managers when they confront a financial crisis and the reactions of jobholders. Through methods such as personal interviews with managers and Allison´s (1971) three decision models, I consider the consciousness of political organization, match bureau theory, discuss choice-basic construction, and examine financial shortcomings.
    It is argued that political behavior truly exists in bank organization. The political consciousness of bank members does impact the understanding and judgments of information. Theories such as Game Theory、Linear Regression Analysis、Statistical Induction or Financial Modeling cannot find a good solution to this dilemma. Decision-makers need to understand the emotional and political aspect of each individual in the organization to correctly interpret the political motives of society members. Other members of society should understand the decision-makers to avoid wasted effort and decisions that are beyond one’s responsibility.
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