Day 12 _decision making

Day 12 _decision making - Decision Making in Groups &...

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Decision Making in  Rosanne Siino
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Last time: The pile of challenges  distributed teams may face Lack of Face-to-Face Advantages Language   Differences Cultural Differences Time Zone Differences Technology Issues
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Two fundamental models of  decision-making The Rational Model Identify the problem Generate alternative solutions Select a solution Implement the solution The Normative Model (Bounded rationality) Limited information processing Judgmental heuristics or shortcuts “Satisficing”
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The nature of decisions in groups  and organizations  Usually no clear right or wrong answers Usually rely as much on “buy in” as  making a good decision measure Are not singular – they must be  managed
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Group decision-making benefits Pooling of resources and expertise
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