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1/18/11 What are the characteristics of tasks taken on by groups? Task difficulty solution multiplicity intrinsic interest population familiarity
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1/18/11 What is Task Difficulty? how much effort, knowledge, skills is required to accomplish tasks
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1/18/11 What is Solution multiplicity number of alternatives available for solving a problem
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1/18/11 What is Intrinsic interest connects to interest how much does it matter to me? More interest, more motivated
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1/18/11 What is population familiarity how much you know about a topic? how much education will people need?
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1/18/11 What is Acceptance Level how happy is everyone with the chosen solution?
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1/18/11 What is Area of freedom autonomy as a group, do you have the real authority (freedom) to make decisions
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1/18/11 What is 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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1/18/11 What are the three types of skills required for problem solving and decision making? Task skills relational skills procedural skills
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1/18/11 What is task skills problem recognition & framing, inference drawing, idea generation, argument
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1/18/11 What is relational skills Leadership climate building conflict management
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1/18/11 What is procedural skills Planning process enactment
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1/18/11 What are the steps in the Functional Theory of Decision Making?
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