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    behavioral decisions. Decisions are prompted from the Principle of Self-Interested Behavior, a course of action most financially advantageous for themselves (Emery, et.al, 2007). According to the scenario, Guillermo’s Furniture Store, Guillermo Navellez, owner of local furniture manufacturing plant, has identified several key alternatives which will affect his decision regarding production, labor costs, organizational management, and organizational stability. After reading this paper, the reader

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