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bounded rationality

A theory that states that managers cannot possibly consider all aspects of and all information concerning a problem and, therefore, only consider the subset of information and aspects that they consider to be most relevant to effective problem-solving.

Contributed by: Managerwise Staff
See: procedural rationality, satisficing

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