Improving Group Decision Making in Organizations: Approaches from Theory and Research
Richard A. Guzzo
Academic Press, 1982 - Business & Economics - 160 pages
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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Group Policy Development
Research and Implications
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