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Test 2 Review All - Test 2 Review Click to edit Master subtitle style Chapters 4 7 8 9 10 12 What are the characteristics of tasks taken on by

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Click to edit Master subtitle style Test 2 Review Chapters 4, 7, 8, 9, 10 & 12
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What are the characteristics of tasks taken on by groups? Task difficulty- try to determine how hard it will be to accomplish this task, time line, resources Solution multiplicity – how many solutions are there, may be 1 or may be many Intrinsic interest – connects to your motivation, how much does it matter to me personally Population familiarity – how much do you know about the topic, how much is there to learn Acceptance level – how happy is everyone with the chosen solution? Area of freedom – autonomy as a group, do you have the real authority (freedom) to make decisions Social Complexity – relational or social issues that may need addressed; Ego – how much are people personally invested in the group/task
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What are the three types of skills required for problem solving and decision making? Task Skills Problem recognition and framing, identify the real issue Draw inference, what do we know and what can we assume Idea generation Argument, ability to present your logic in a positive manner
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What are the three types of skills required for problem solving and decision making? Relational Skills Leadership, group needs direction and guidance, keep on task, focused on goal Climate building, emotional tone, need positive and supportive climate, active listening, inclusion, leaders set norms and model them Conflict management, know which is best strategy to use for the situation
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What are the three types of skills required for problem solving and decision making? Procedural Skills Planning, lay out a clear plan Process enactment, making things happen, what is the time table
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What are the steps in the Functional Theory of Decision Making? The basic things you have to do to get things done. Discuss the problem, before you try to fix it, what’s really wrong, real issue Establish criteria, criteria for solving-what do we have to do to make everyone (or most)happy, what do you really want Create list of options, write them down Access positive aspects – pro’s or what works Access negative aspects – con’s or what doesn’t
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What are the steps in a standard agenda/ reflective thinking ? Identify the problem Analyze problem, root of issue, the elements, gain understanding Identify criteria – to make people happy, ask everyone Generate solutions Evaluate and select – discussion of pro’s and con’s Implement solution
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What is brainstorming? What is the most important rule of brainstorming?
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This note was uploaded on 01/17/2011 for the course CST 207 taught by Professor Angelaplanisekph.d during the Spring '10 term at Baldwin-Wallace.

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