Improving Group Decision Making in Organizations: Approaches from Theory and Research

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Richard A. Guzzo
Academic Press, 1982 - Business & Economics - 160 pages
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The study of group decision making: approaches and applications; Interpersonal learning and interpersonal conflict reduction in decision-making groups; Group remembering: research and implications; Game theory, and the structure of decision making groups; Improving the problem-solving process in managerial groups; Creativity, groups and management.

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References
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Group Policy Development
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Research and Implications
41
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About the author (1982)

Haig R. Nalbandian, Richard A. Guzzo, Dave Kieffer, and Jay Doherty are cofounders and principals of Mercer HR Consulting and are the originators of the groundbreaking theory, tools, and processes in this book. Their work has garnered major media attention in the "Wall Street Journal, BusinessWeek, "and the "Financial Times "and on CNN and CNBC.

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