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Marchisotti, G. G., Domingos, M. L. C., & De Almeida, R. L. (2018). Decision-making at the first management level: The interference of the organizational culture. Revista de Administração Mackenzie, 19(3), 1–26. This study looks at different levels of decision-making, including first-level managers and senior executives. Based on the management level, the articulated decisions can be made based on qualitative information and strategic value.
Gupta, A., & Briscoe, F. (2020). Organizational political ideology and corporate openness to social activism. Administrative Science Quarterly, 65(s), 524-563. In this article, the authors intimate that organizations are either "open" or "closed" based on their stakeholders' political and/or social beliefs, or other ideologies, which may influence the decision-maker's thought process.
Northcentral University. (2021). Scholarly and peer-reviewed journals—research process--LibGuides at Northcentral University. Northcentral University. This resource explains the process of identifying a scholarly resource.