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

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. There are different group decision-making techniques. Two such techniques are Nominal Group technique and Delphi technique. The difference between the Nominal Group technique and the Delphi technique is

(a)   One is a verbal approach, one is written

(b)   One is a short term group, the other is long term

(c)   One is visual, the other is verbal

(d)   One is face-to-face, the other keeps group members anonymous

(e)   One consists of experts, the other does not.

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