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Success in the _____ phase of the decision making process results in resolving the original problem, and failure leads to a return to previous phases. A. implementation B. choice C.
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Success in the implementation phase of the decision making process results in resolving the original problem, and failure leads to a return to previous phases. The answer is A. implementation.
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User: Success in the _____ phase of the decision making process results in resolving the original problem, and failure leads to a return to previous phases. A. implementation B. choice C. design D. intelligence E. consideration

Weegy: E. consideration
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Success in the implementation phase of the decision making process results in resolving the original problem, and failure leads to a return to previous phases. The answer is A. implementation.
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