Group vs. Individual Decision Making: When to Use Each


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A cohesive, agreeable decision made by more than one person is called a:

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1. A _____ represents one person getting feedback from the group but making a decision on his or her own.

2. When to use group or individual decision making really comes down to these factors:

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About this Quiz & Worksheet

The items in these practice assessments test your knowledge by asking you to identify terms given the definition and asking you to recall relevant concepts like factors in group and individual decision making.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

This quiz assesses what you know by asking you to identify:

  • Cohesive, agreeable decision made by group
  • Getting feedback from group by making independent decision
  • Factors in group and individual decision making
  • Group consensus of raising a price of product
  • What is true about group and individual decision making

Skills Practiced

  • Reading comprehension- ensure that you draw the most important information from the related group and individual decision making lesson
  • Making connections- use understanding of terms related to individual and group decision making to identify them based on their definitions
  • Information recall- access the knowledge you've gained regarding factors in group and individual decision making

Additional Learning

If you need to do more studying, please read the lesson entitled Group vs. Individual Decision Making: When to Use Each. In addition to reinforcing your understanding of what the quiz tests, this lesson also will help with these objectives:

  • Identify what group decision making and individual decision making entails
  • Learn about terms such as consensus, consultation and how they relate to decision making
  • Recall when it is appropriate to use which model