Decision Making Approach Process One approach or process members of the Pacific

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Decision-Making Approach & Process One approach or process members of the Pacific Team can use is to produce collaborations by asking questions. Typically, when questions are asked, they either produce a direct answer or can produce more questions that lead to further discoveries (Ashkenas, 2013). Questions asked during team meetings is a great way to get the question to every team member at once, which maximizes team member contributions in an effortless and energetic manner
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PACIFIC: DECISION-MAKING POWER 4 (Halvorsen, 2018). Additionally, questions that are asked should be assembled in an unassuming, clear, and professional manner. Everyone should be able to understand the question and the intention behind it. The Pacific team is varied in not only the professional world, they are also varied in their personalities so questions should be presented in a manner interpreted as either imperative or declarative, not forceful (Halvorsen, 2017). This approach or process should be able to create a sturdy dynamism in communication as well as forward movement toward duty, compromise, and reactions to future tasks that are yet to be completed. Additionally, having the team work on complicated problem-solving, as a team, can help them make appropriate and effective decisions. When a team is faced with complex problems then cognitive perspectives should be applied (Hung, 2013). To combat complex problems the team can call for a meeting where they can address complex problems together, which then surpasses an individual’s cognitive capability making the problem solving more efficient. Members of team-based complex problem solving with varied but harmonizing experience, skills, and capabilities are able to work autonomously while still being interdependent of teammates to complete tasks (Hung, 2013). When all cognitive perspectives are spoken then
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