Forming Decision-making Groups in Business

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Organizations often form decision-making groups that draw persons with a range of experience and ability to help the organization make specific strategic goals (Cohen dan Bailey 1997; van Knippenberg, 2004). Heterogeneity is more helpful for complex decision-making tasks than homogeneous groups or people (Lau and Murnighan 2005; Naranjo-Gil and Hartmann, 2007). Every company is a heterogeneous group, means people who work in that place come from different characteristic and background. Some people attracted for most like themselves. First meet each other things members tend to notice are superficial and obvious nationality, gender, ethnic and profession. Members find differences and similarities related to deeper characteristics such as background and ideologies, educational and functional background. Every company is a heterogeneous group, means people who work in that place come from different characteristic and background. Some people attracted for most like themselves. First meet each other things members tend to notice are superficial and obvious nationality, gender, ethnic and ...
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