Group Techniques for Idea Building
Group Techniques for Idea Building provides practical, step-by-step, explanations of new methods for groups to generate ideas and select between them. These techniques involve group members in decisions that affect them, and enable groups to reach consensus decisions. This volume will be useful to academics and professionals conducting applied research, as well as to organizational professionals in both the public and private sectors.
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