Semistructured decisions

Semi structured decisions fall somewhere between structured decisions, which routine and repetitive, and unstructured decisions, which are unique and non repetitive.

For Example

  • Selecting a college or university is a semistructured decision. Some parts of this decision rely on facts and figures, such as tuition fees; other parts rely on intuition.
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