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  1. POSITIVE RESULTS | | | | | | | | | NEGATIVE RESULTS YOUR GROUPS

  2. TEAMS (AI) (GII) HIERARCHICAL PDM TEAM

  3. HIERARCHICALTEAM (AI) GOAL GOAL GOAL GOAL TASK TASK TASK TASK TASK TASK “TEAMWORK IS A LOT OF PEOPLE DOING WHAT I SAY.” (MKT.EXEC, CITRIX CORPORATION)

  4. PARTICIPATIVE DECISION MAKING(PDM) POSSIBLE ADVANTAGES: • GREATER INFORMATION • MORE APPROACHES • INCREASED ACCEPTANCE • BETTER COMPREHENSION OF DECISION

  5. PDM POSSIBLE DISADVANTAGES: • PREMATURE DECISIONS • INDIVIDUAL DOMINATION • CONFLICTING SOLUTIONS • PRIOR COMMITMENT • AMBIGUOUS RESPONSIBILITY

  6. PDM +OR -? • DISAGREEMENT • CONFLICTS • TAKING RISKS • TIME REQUIREMENTS

  7. PDM WHEN TO USE? VROOM-YETTON MODEL

  8. PDMWHEN TO USE(NORMAN MEIER) GROUP CONFERENCE LEADERSHIP HIGH ACCEPTANCE FLIP COIN EXPERT/ LEADER LOW LOW HIGH QUALITY

  9. PDMPRECONDITION: ***TRAINED GROUP*** • COMMUNICATION • TRUST • ACTIVE • TAKE RESPONSIBILITY • PROBLEM SOLVING

  10. COMPONENTS OF PDM • LEADER • SELECT PARTICIPANTS (QUALIFIED) • STATE CONSTRAINTS • LEADER NOT STATE OPINION

  11. PROTECT QUALITY PROTECT ACCEPTANCE MANAGE VOCAL PEOPLE DRAW OUT QUIET MANAGE MEETING COMPONENTS OF PDM

  12. Listen to understand Willingness to change position All members generally participating Trying out new ideas on each other Finding stimulation in disagreement Interacting and reaching consensus PDM: EFFECTIVE ACTIVITIES

  13. Selling preferred opinions Listening to refute/not listening at all Defending one’s position to the end A few members dominating Reacting unfavorably to disagreement Converting others by 1-to-1 attempts PDM: INEFFECTIVE ACTIVITIES