No one can live alone. It takes a group effort to accomplish basically any endeavor. This may be specifically illustrated through work and school projects. Each are granted because sole efforts would not complete the task. However, when completing these tasks certain steps should be taken. These steps involve group decision making. They allow for better results. This may be illustrated through personal experiences. The group decision-making process may be explicitly described and examples of the effectiveness may be rendered.
The initial step involved in group decision making includes completely identifying the problem. It must be thoroughly analyzed. The purpose of making a decision should be identified through this step. The members must decide where they are and where they desire to be. The difference between reality and desired situation should be declared. Each affected party should also be decided through this step. The final portion of this step involves setting a deadline (Saaty & Peniwati,2008). Each group member should make contributions to this step.
[...] Group decision making No one can live alone. It takes a group effort to accomplish basically any endeavor. This may be specifically illustrated through work and school projects. Each are granted because sole efforts would not complete the task. However, when completing these tasks certain steps should be taken. These steps involve group decision making. They allow for better results. This may be illustrated through personal experiences. The group decision- making process may be explicitly described and examples of the effectiveness may be rendered. [...]
[...] The outcome of the decisions must be validated. This step allows the group to rate the results generates. They learn if the desired results were accomplished. The group may also learn why the desired results were not accomplished. Each group member is allowed to learn from this step. The courses of action taken and outcome may lead to enhanced results in future decision making processes. After reviewing the previously mentioned steps, I am able to identify a successful group experience. [...]
[...] Upon completion of execution, the results identified were actually positive. We successfully carried out our purpose. We skipped a few of the steps involved, but the task was successfully completed. The reason for this may be the structure of the project. Most of the responsibilities involved in each step were previously completed. We were basically limited to execution. There was little room for alternate actions. During the unsuccessful experience, certain steps were not thoroughly completed. The deadline provided complications in completing these steps. [...]
[...] There are six overall steps involved in group decision making. The group must thoroughly define the problem, gather information, analyze alternative courses of action, make a decision, execute the decision, and note the results. Slight modifications to each step may be made depending on the situation. However, following the overall steps will lead to positive results. This may be illustrated through the successful group experience outlined. Some of the steps were slightly modified, but the outcome was successful. It may also be noted that not following the steps have a specific outcome as well. [...]
[...] Diagrams and charts may assist in revealing the pros and cons of each possible decision. Finally, a decision may be produced. This will be an informed decision because of the steps taken prior to making the selection. One group member or a collection of group members may be delegated the task of making a decision. The ensuing step calls for execution. The decision has been made by this point. The only task left is to execute the decision outlined. The group's decision may be culminated by a plan. [...]
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