Flash cards 2 - Flash cards 2 Affective Conflict: Emotional...

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Flash cards 2 Affective Conflict: Emotional disagreement directed toward other people. Bounded Rationality: A less than perfect form of rationality in decision makers cannot be perfectly rational because decisions are complex and complete information is unavailable or cannot be fully processed. Brainstorming: A process in which group members generate as many ideas about a problem as they can; criticism is withheld until all ideas have been proposed. Certainty: The state that exists when decision makers have accurate and comprehensive information. Coalitional model: Model of organizational decision making in which groups with differing preferences use power and negotiation to influence decisions. Cognitive Conflict: Issue-based differences in perspectives or judgments. Conflict: Opposing pressures from different sources, occurring on the level of psychological conflict or of conflict between individuals or groups.
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