IlrobSeptember19 - Ilrob Accountability and the Quality of Individual Decision Making I Solutions for bad decisions a Accountability Implicit or

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Ilrob September 19, 2007 Accountability and the Quality of Individual Decision Making I. Solutions for bad decisions a. Accountability: Implicit or explicit expectations that one may be called on to justify one’s beliefs, feelings, or actions to others i. Healthcare, civil and criminal justice, business and politics ii. Doctors, Martha Stewart, Enron, ect. b. Integrative Complexity i. Degree to which thinking and reasoning involve recognition and integration ii. Multiple perspectives iii. Integratively Simple: “Either you’re with us or with the terrorists” iv. Integratively Complex: “We face global movement from different groups, different sources, with separate agendas, all committed to assaulting he US and free and open societies” II. Audience a. When Audience is known, individual who feels accountable will conform to their opinion because people seek approval i. Nonaccountable decisions are often times more efficient ii. Accountable people try to be crowd pleasers b. When audience’s views are not known, people try to make
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This note was uploaded on 02/20/2008 for the course ILROB 1220 taught by Professor Goncaloj during the Fall '07 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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IlrobSeptember19 - Ilrob Accountability and the Quality of Individual Decision Making I Solutions for bad decisions a Accountability Implicit or

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