Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Group Decision Making 4

In the last byte, we looked at the concept of group polarization. In today's byte, we begin our discussion on some of the techniques of group decision making.

Group decision making as a process begins with the realization for the need to apply group decision making into the current problem. There are several techniques that we would discuss going further are:
  1.   Brainstorming
  2.   Nominal Group Technique
  3.   Delphi Technique
  4.   Devil's Advocacy
  5.   Dialectical inquiry
  6.   Quality Teams
  7.   Self-managed Teams
Each one of these come in with its own positives and drawbacks. We shall discuss about these in the next few bytes.

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