THE SIGNIFICANCE OF CLEAR DECISION RULES
CLARIFYING THE SINGLE MOST IMPORTANT STRUCTURAL ELEMENT OF GROUP DECISION-MAKING
- The Benefits of Having a Clear Decision Rule
- Common Decision Rules Without a Decision Rule
- Uses and Implications of Major Decision Rules
- How Different Decision Rules Affect Participation
This diagram depicts two entirely different domains of group behavior: the period of discussion and the period of implementation. During a discussion, people think. They discuss. They consider their options. During the implementation, people act on what they've decided. Thus, for example, during a discussion, participants might figure ...