Lecture 10 Notes - Lecture 10 Notes I. Introduction A....

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Lecture 10 Notes I. Introduction A. Coordination is creating interdependence through the: A.1. Exchange of messages and other tangible resources A.2. Exchange of sentiment A.3. Card topics and styles should show commitment to the group’s goals B. Three types of interdependence B.1. Pooled B.2. Sequential B.3. Reciprocal II. Motive to Connect: Making A Decision A. Definition A.1. Problem solving message exchange A.2. Involving two or more people A.3. Focused on solving a specific problem A.4. Not just information dissemination or socializing A.5. Key is building a Leader Card for effective decision making B. Group Decisions Require: B.1. Choice: Group must have realistic alternatives B.2. Action: A need for change is required B.3. Consequences: The decision must affect the group or task in some way B.4. Commitment: The group must follow through with the decision C. Quality Depends On: C.1. Access to verifiable information C.2. Defining criteria for options C.3. Generating numerous options
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