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Week_10_decision_mak - ship was forced to land at a spot 320km from rendezvous point During the re-entry and landing much of the equipment was

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DECISION MAKING Interactive Ten
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Announcements
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OBjectives Understand the key concepts of decision-making. Become aware of the effects of group processes on group decisions through a group exercise. Discuss decision making experiences in our own lives. 1 2 3
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Decision Making?
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Rational Decision Making Model
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OB on TV
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NASA SURVIVAL EXERCISE
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In this situation, your “life” or “death” will depend on how well your team can share its present knowledge of a relatively unfamiliar situation so that the team can make decisions that will allow you to survive. This problem is fictional, although the ranking to which you will compare your results was done by a number of space experts. This exercise was part of NASA’s original training program for astronauts. NASA Survival Exercise
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You are a member of a lunar exploration crew originally scheduled to rendezvous with a mother ship on the lighted surface of the moon. Due to mechanical difficulties, however, your
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Unformatted text preview: ship was forced to land at a spot 320km from rendezvous point. During the re-entry and landing, much of the equipment was damaged, and, because survival depends on reaching the mother ship, the most critical items available must be chosen for the 320km trip. You need to leave as soon as possible. Your handout lists 15 items left intact and undamaged after landing. Your task is to rank these items individually according to their importance in aiding you to reach the mother ship, starting with “1” as the most important, to “15” as the least important (under the column marked Individual Ranking on the handout). You may begin. OB Circle Groupthink? OBjectives Understand the key concepts of decision-making. Become aware of the effects of group processes on group decisions through a group exercise. Discuss decision making experiences in our own lives. 1 2 3...
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This note was uploaded on 11/23/2011 for the course MGCR 2049 taught by Professor Edwardbierbrier during the Fall '10 term at McGill.

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