Effective Group Decision Making in Organizations: Field Test of the Vigilant Interaction Theory

@inproceedings{Hirokawa1992EffectiveGD,
  title={Effective Group Decision Making in Organizations: Field Test of the Vigilant Interaction Theory},
  author={Randy Hirokawa and Kathryn M. Rost},
  year={1992}
}
The purpose of this study was to determine whether the relationship between group interaction quality and group decision performance can be generalized to established organizational groups. Four hypotheses derived from previous historical and laboratory studies of group decision-making efficacy were examined using nine established, ongoing decision-making groups obtained from a large utility company in the midwest. The results of the study generally support the process-outcome relationship… CONTINUE READING

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