3-24_Lecture - Lecture 10: Decision Making I. Introduction...

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Lecture 10: Decision Making I. Introduction a. Coordination is creating interdependence through the : i. Exchange of tangible resources ii. Exchange of sentiment b. Three types of interdependence i. Pooled ii. Sequential iii. Reciprocal c. Proper type of coordination is also necessary for effective decision making i. Decision may require a reciprocal model when sequential is used ii. Example: Challenger Disaster II. Motive to Connect: Make a Decision a. Definition i. Problem solving interaction ii. Involving two or more people iii. Focused on a specific task iv. Not just information dissemination or socializing b. Group Decision Require: i. Choice: group must have realistic alternatives ii. Action: a need for change is required iii. Consequences: The decision must affect the group of the task in some way iv. Commitment: the group just follow through with the decision c. Quality Depends on: i. Access to variable information ii. Defining criteria for options
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iii. Generating numerous options
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3-24_Lecture - Lecture 10: Decision Making I. Introduction...

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