Vroom’s Decision Tree. Vroom and Yetton’s Model. Five different types of decision making which vary according to the amount of subordinate influence One extreme: Unilateral decision-making by the manager Other extreme: Participative decision making. The Five Decision Types.
1. Group size should be about five to seven people.
2. Everybody is given the chance to suggest alternative solutions.
3. No criticism is allowed.
4. Freewheeling is encouraged.
5. Quantity and variety are very important.
6. Combinations and improvements are encouraged.
7. Notes must be taken during the session by a person who serves as the recording secretary.
8. Do not over structure by following any of the seven ideas two rigidly.