Decision Making - Lecture 10: Decision Making Monday, March...

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Lecture 10: Decision Making Monday, March 24, 2008 12:45 PM Connecting to Decide 1. Introduction A. Coordinating is creating interdependence through the: 1. Exchange of tangible resources 2. Exchange of sentiment B. Three types of interdependence: 1. Pooled 2. Sequential 3. Reciprocal C. Proper type of coordination is also necessary for effective decision making 1. Decision may require a reciprocal model when sequential is used 2. Example: Challenger Disaster 2. Motive to Connect: Make a Decision A. Definition 1. Problem solving interaction 2. Involving two or more people 3. Focused on a specific task 4. Not just information dissemination or socializing B. Group decisions require: 1. Choice: group must have realistic alternatives 2. Action: a need for change is required 3. Consequences: the decision must affect the group or the task in some  way 4. Commitment: the group must follow through with the decision C.
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