Some people think that managers alone should make decisions in the company, while others think that employees should be involved in the decision-making process too.

Discuss both views and give your own opinion.


These days, more and more people believe that the decisions should be made by only leaders in the company while others say that employees also play an important role when planing or discussing a project. In my opinion, I think both ideas have significant benefits.


On the one hand, there are two advantages of making decisions by employers alone. First, it may help companies or factories save a huge amount of time. This is because they do not have to wait for acceptance from other people. Second, all responsibilities are taken by managers. So it may help employees to reduce stress, and they may focus on working better.


On the other hand, there are several benefits when employees take part in the process of making decisions. First of all, the project or plan may be provided and repaired better. As a result, a large number of mistakes may be found and fixed by employees, or the leaders may find more effective solutions when they have problems. Second, joining the decision-making process can help people earn more experience, especially young employees. This is because they may learn a lot of knowledge, such as building ideas and resolving issues. So they may provide the independent learning skill and make more value for the company.


In conclusion, although making decisions by only leaders has advantages of saving time and cutting down the stress, employees who take part in the decision-making process also has profits of acquiring experience and reducing the risk. In my view, there is nothing more significant than the other.


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On the other hand, there are several benefits when employees at all levels of the organisation take part in the process of making decisions. First of all, the project or plan may be provided and repaired (wrong word. We repair cars or devices that are broken.) better. As a result, a large number of mistakes may be found and fixed by employees, or the leaders may find more effective solutions when they have problems. Second, joining the decision-making process can help people get earn more experience, especially the younger employees. This is because they may learn a lot of knowledge, (We do not learn knowledge. Knowledge is what we already know.) such as brainstorming building ideas and resolving issues. So they may provide the independent learning skill (That does not make sense.) and make more value for the company.


In conclusion, although making decisions by only leaders only has advantages of saving time and reducing cutting down the stress, employees who take part in the decision-making process also has profit by s of acquiring experience and reducing the risk. In my view, there is nothing more significant than the other. (That does not make sense.)


The question is: who should participate in making the major decisions of a company - the leaders or management, or all employees? Some company decisions are: a) should we release this new product now, or wait until it has been tested more? b) Should we advertise on TV, radio or on social media? c) Should we expand our sales force? d) Should we open a new manufacturing plant in Vietnam? e) What kind of customer support should we focus on? f) Should we expand our product line? g) Should we offer different colors of our product? How many? h) Should we raise capital by issuing bonds, or more shares on the stock market? i) Should we add a second shift to the manufacturing plant?

And so on.

Who should be involved in these decisions?

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