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Major decisions in organizations are most often made by groups rather than a single indivi

 

Major decisions in organizations are most often made by groups rather than a single individual. Group decision-making is the norm in most large and complex organizations. Which of the following would generally not be considered an advantage of group decision-making?

(a)

Groups generally come up with more and better decision alternatives than an individual can

(b)

The members of the group tend to support the implementation of the decision more fervently than they would if the decision had been made by an individual

(c)

A group can bring much more information and experience to bear on a decision or a problem than an individual acting alone

(d)

The group is more likely to use "groupthink" when coming to a decision

(e)

A group is able to give different perspectives to a problem.

 

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