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“Two Heads are Better Than One”. Nicholas Boucher Angela Davis Sheldon Gay Ryan Harney. “Two Heads are Better Than One”. Introduction and Definition: Groups bring more complete information and knowledge to a decision so they bring more ideas. Diversity in opinion Increased creativity

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“Two Heads are Better Than One”

Nicholas Boucher

Angela Davis

Sheldon Gay

Ryan Harney


“Two Heads are Better Than One”

  • Introduction and Definition:

    • Groups bring more complete information and knowledge to a decision so they bring more ideas.

      • Diversity in opinion

      • Increased creativity

      • Increased likelihood that weak alternatives are identified and abandoned

      • Increases sociability


“Two Heads are Better Than One”

  • Three Key Elements of Effective Group Thought

    • Group Diversity

      • Seeing a problem from varying points of view

    • Freedom of Expression

      • Ability to express different or conflicting views

    • Complex vs. Simple Task

      • Group thought is better for more complex problems

      • “Division of Labor”


“Two Heads ARE Better Than One”

  • Conference Planning

    • Membership Registration Low

    • Membership Complaints High

    • Conference Planning Chair Flustered

    • Board had conf. call to discuss

    • Initiatives developed

    • Results acheived


“Too Many Heads aren’t Better Than One”

  • Simple Task

    • Too many views slows process

    • Too many followers and not enough leaders

    • Some may not have expertise for problem

    • Examples


“Two Heads are Better Than One”

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