COM 100 Lecture 10 - Lecture #10: Decision Making...

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Lecture #10: Decision Making Connecting to Decide 07/11/2007 14:59:00 I. Introduction A. Coordination is creating interdependence through the: o 1. Exchange of tangible resources o 2. Exchange of sentiment B. Three types of interdependence: o 1. Pooled o 2. Sequential o 3. Reciprocal C. Proper type of coordination is also necessary for effective decision making o 1. Decision may require a reciprocal model when sequential is used o 2. Example: Challenger Disaster II. Motive to Connect: Make a Decision A. Definition o 1. Problem solving interaction o 2. Involving two or more people o 3. Focused on a specific task o 4. Not just information dissemination or socializing B. Group Decisions Require: o 1. Choice: Group must have realistic alternatives. . o 2. Action: A need for change is required. o 3. Consequences: The decision must affect the group or the task in  some way. o
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COM 100 Lecture 10 - Lecture #10: Decision Making...

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