Information Exchange and Use in Group Decision Making: You Can Lead a Group to Information, but You Can't Make It Think

Abstract

Organizations often build groups with members from different areas so that a wider range of information and opinions can be considered. When members of such groups share the information they have, the group as a whole can access a larger pool of information than any one member acting alone, potentially enabling them to make better decisions. This experiment… (More)

Topics

4 Figures and Tables

Slides referencing similar topics