Chapter 4 Group projects

Chapter 4 Group projects - Nominal Group Technique pg 116...

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Chapter 4 Group projects Methods for making group decisions Consensus – when members of the group wanna work together and can they work together effectively. If they seem likely to disagree go with nominal group technique. Defined as a decision or a set of decisions. With which all group members can partially agree. People in a consensus is to view differences in solving problems.
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Unformatted text preview: Nominal Group Technique pg 116 – Leads to a compromised decision that takes every group members feelings into account. Steps in the NGT 1. Indetify the problem 2. Write down ideas 3. Take turns presenting ideas 4. Evaluate those ideas 5. Vote by ballot 6. Perform Calculations on the ballot rankings 7. Determine the group decisions based off of rankings....
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