Differentiate between Structured decisions and unstructured decisions.

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Structured decisions are those that are made comparatively easily from a given set of inputs, for example decision to issue a reminder to an overdue bill. Unstructured decisions are decisions for which information obtained from a system is only a portion of the knowledge and information required to make a decision. Such decision requires a significant amount of judgment, evaluation, and no agreed upon procedure exists for unstructured decisions.



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