Group Decision Making and Leveraging of Interests
published: Feb. 11, 2013, recorded: February 2013, views: 369
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The paper discusses group decision making as a way of managing decision knowledge. Described are pros and cons of group decision making. Special emphasis is given to the leveraging of different interests and possibilities of formulating a joint decision. Available methods and techniques together with a properly organized group work can make a substantial contribution.
This keynote talk was a part of the 29th International Conference on Organizational Science Development "People and Organization" and was recorded by Branislav Šmitek.
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