Who to include in a decision making process

Who to include in a decision making process - On what basis...

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On what basis should a professional decision maker decide who to include in a decision making process? Or is it just best to include everybody all the time? The components drive participatory models address in this chapter cue advantages and disadvantages participants include in a decision making process may bring to a decision. These help to clarify a basic basis one professional decision maker ought to examine before including someone in a decision making process. A conceivable advantage the participants in a decision making process may bring to the decision is that participation leads to increased productivity (p. 63, Kowalski et al., 2008). In addition, group decision making can broaden information, knowledge, and skills that affect the problem in question (Kowalski, 2006). These statements support that a decision benefits from the more integrated resources participants offer to and gather for it. As a result, it might be illustrated that the candidate
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This note was uploaded on 03/11/2008 for the course CI 012 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '08 term at UMSL.

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