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chapter 4 - Chapter 4 Definitions Planning The procedural...

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Chapter 4 Definitions Planning The procedural skills of helping group members identify what needs to be done in what sequence to move from discussion to decision making. Decision-making tasks The most common of group activities; the objective of the group’s interaction is to reach conclusions through the sharing of information and the use of group members’ collective reasoning. Task Difficulty A task characteristic; the degree to which a task requires significant effort, knowledge or skill. Solution Multiplicity A task characteristic; the number of alternatives available from solving the problem Population Familiarity A task characteristic; the degree of member familiarity with the task and other group members. Acceptance Level Criterion for evaluating a decision; the decision must be not only technically correct but usable by others. Area of Freedom The degree of authority or responsibility group has in completing its tasks or activities Social Complexity
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