Decision Making in Teams

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  • Decision Making in Teams

    • We begin this presentation by discussing how a variety of well-documented decision-making biases affect individual decision making and how these biases are making something bad better or making some things bad even worse in group environments.
    • Many times we focus on group think. This is the tendency to conform to the consensus viewpoint in group decision making and then discuss escalation of commitment, the Abilene paradox, group polarization, and unethical decision making.