Group Decision Making: How Bad Decisions Are Made
- Course Format
Video On Demand
- Product ID
- Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
- Training Time ?
- 26 to 35 minutes
- Video Format
- Standard Definition Wide
- Devices Supported
- Browsers Supported
- Android, Chrome, Internet Explorer 9, Internet Explorer 10, FireFox, Safari Mac OS, Safari iOS, Blackberry
- Required Plugins
- Number of Lessons
- Quiz Questions
- Question Feedback
- Wrong Answer Remediation
- Downloadable Resources
- Interactive Producer
- Mastery Technologies, Inc.
- Original Content Producer
- CRM Learning
Occasionally everyone finds themselves in a group or social setting and may feel compelled to agree with an idea or suggestion, though silently in disagreement. You may feel group cohesion is dependent upon everyone being on one accord. Learn the importance of speaking out in this online video.
This video uses dramatizations based on the parable, introduced by Jerry Harvey, about a family trip to have dinner in Abilene, Texas. This famous story proves how going along with the crowd merely for the sake of keeping people happy is how bad decisions are made. This video presents different narrative examples of this phenomenon, also known as groupthink.
The training program explores when agreement is not the best decision, the consequences of not managing agreement well and how to avoid bad group decisions. Learners who complete this program emerge more confident and ready to be a valuable group member.
This course was originally produced by CRM Learning as “Abilene Paradox.”
This course is in the Video On Demand format, to read about Video On Demand features click here.
All those interested in improving their group decision making skills
- Trip to Abilene
- Project 'X'
- Relationships (I Do... but I Don't Want To)
- The Inability to Manage Agreement
- Avoiding Bad Group Decisions