Authority and seniority in an organization come with the responsibility of making decisions. It is on this basis that a great manager is seen as the one who has the prowess in decision making. There are two major decision making processes. The first is the consensus manager who tries to bring his team together through persuasion in efforts to come up with a communal defined goal. The second one is the take charge guy whose vision and dynamic leadership galvanizes others into concerted action. Majority of managerial decisions are routine but the article focuses on the managerial decisions that are not routine. The article is concerned with decision-making process where critical reasoning is required in assessing and evaluating various goals which guides the process of decision making.