L10 Decision Making - Lecture10:DecisionMaking Introduction...

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Lecture 10: Decision Making 20:01 Introduction Coordination is creating interdependence through the: Exchange of messages and other tangible resources Exchange of sentiment  Card Topics and styles should show commitment to the group’s goals Three types of interdependence: Pooled Sequential Reciprocal Motive to Connect: Make a Decision Definition: Problem solving message exchange Involving two or more people Focused on solving a specific problem Not just information dissemination or socializing Key is building a leader card for effective decision making Group Decisions Require: Choice: Group must have realistic alternatives Action: a need for change is required Consequences: The decision must affect the group of the task in some way Commitment: The group must follow through with the decision Quality Depends on: Access to verifiable information Defining criteria for options Generating numerous options
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This note was uploaded on 10/17/2011 for the course COM 100 taught by Professor Donohue during the Spring '08 term at Michigan State University.

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