Woman Decision

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Salah satu keinginan yang diperjuangkan oleh gerakan perempuan adalah bertambahnya pemimpin perempuan, terbukanya kesempatan bagi perempuan untuk mengambil bagian dalam pengambilan keputusan, yang selama ini pimpinan atau manajer hampir selalu didominasi oleh laki-­‐ laki. Perempuan memang mempunyai peluang untuk memegang peran melihat jumlahnya yang cukup besar yang bila diikuti dengan kualitas dan kemampuan, akan menjadi suatu potensi pembangunan yang kuat. Namun pada kenyataanya, perempuan masih selalu dianggap sebagai orang kedua (subordinat) dari berbagai bidang. Sementara seorang pemimpin dikatakan baik dan berhasil manakala mampu mengambil keputusan yang rasional dan bijaksana, tanpa melihat gender.

Yukl (1998) mengemukakan bahwa pengambilan keputusan berhubungan erat dengan gaya dan tekhnik kepemimpinan. Pengambilan keputusan dapat dianggap sebagai suatu hasil atau keluaran dari proses mental atau kognitif yang membawa pada pemilihan suatu jalur tindakan di antara beberapa alternatif yang tersedia. Setiap proses pengambilan keputusan selalu menghasilkan satu pilihan final. Keluarannya bisa berupa suatu tindakan (aksi) atau…...

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