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Part VI: Group decisions > Making group decisions

Chapter 18. Making group decisions

Explanation

Group decisions can benefit not only the group but also the entire organization. The techniques used to make group decisions are similar to those that individuals use to make decisions. Group decisions incorporate the thoughts and opinions of several individuals who share multiple viewpoints and decision frames. Groups also tend to have a deep information pool on which members can base their decisions. When individual team members have diverse viewpoints, they can discuss the issue with the entire group and arrive at a decision that benefits the organization.


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