Ch 4: Methods for Group Decision Making

About This Chapter

If you need a corporate training resource to use with your employees, this chapter on methods for group decision making can help. Made up of short video lessons and self-assessment quizzes, this chapter makes these concepts easy to understand and approach.

Methods for Group Decision Making - Chapter Summary

Take a look at this engaging chapter on methods for group decision making designed for corporate training. Subjects covered here include group decision making, individual decision making and when to use them. These resources can be accessed from any mobile device or computer 24 hours a day.

How It Helps

  • Builds strong teams: We've addressed techniques for successful group decision-making thoroughly here, giving your teams the information they need to work together to reach positive decisions.
  • Offers knowledge: Your employees will fully understand the strengths and weaknesses of group decision making after watching these video lessons.
  • Simplifies training: Use this chapter for onboarding, one-on-one training, and corporate workshops on the importance of group decision making in the workplace.

Skills Covered

This chapter helps your employees achieve these goals:

  • Differentiate between group and individual decision making
  • Outline the strengths and weaknesses of decision making as a group
  • Detail impacts on group decision making
  • Identify techniques for making successful group decisions
  • Explain ethical and cultural considerations in group decision making

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