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MGMT 8045 Mechanics of Individual and Group Decision Making: Welcome & Course Readings

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MGMT 8045 Course Readings

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Buchanan, L., & O’ Connell, A. (2006). A brief history of decision making. Harvard Business Review, 84(1), 32-41.

Edelenbos, J., & Klijn, E. H. (2006). Managing stakeholder involvement in decision making: A comparative analysis of six interactive processes in the Netherlands. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 16(3), 417-446.

Etzioni, A. (1989). Humble decision making. Harvard Business Review, 67(4), 122-126.

Goncalo, J. A., & Duguid, M. M. (2008). Hidden consequences of the group-serving bias: Causal attributions and the quality of group decision making. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 107(2), 219-233.

Hayashi, A. M. (2001). When to trust your gut. Harvard Business Review, 79(2), 59-65.

Hayashi, A. M. (2009). How executives can make bad decisions. MIT Sloan Management Review, 50(4), 14-15.

Huebner, H., Varey, R., & Wood, L. (2008). The significance of communicating in enacting decisions. Journal of Communication Management, 12(3), 204-223.

Kahneman, D., Lovallo, D., & Sibony, O. (2011). Before You Make That Big Decision... Harvard Business Review, 89(6), 50-60.

van Ginkel, W. P., & van Knippenberg, D. (2009). Knowledge about the distribution of information and group decision making: When and why does it work? Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 108(2), 218-229.

Other Readings

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