Provides questionnaires so that students compare their experiences with different decison-making processes. Students should read: “Growing Pains,” a Harvard Business Review (HBR) case study and then work in teams to make recommendations with a consensus approach to decision-making. The next day with Decision-Making Exercise (B) and (C) and “Case of the Unhealthy Hospital,” another HBR case study and work in the same team using either a devil’s advocacy or dialectical inquiry approach to December … Read more »

Provides questionnaires so that students compare their experiences with different decison-making processes. Students should read: “Growing Pains,” a Harvard Business Review (HBR) case study and then work in teams to make recommendations with a consensus approach to decision-making. The next day with Decision-Making Exercise (B) and (C) and “Case of the Unhealthy Hospital,” another HBR case study and work in the same team using either a devil’s advocacy and dialectical inquiry approach to decision making.

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David A. Garvin,
Michael A. Roberto
Source: exercises
5 pages.
Publication Date: Aug 16, 1996. Prod #: 397 031 PDF-ENG
Decision-making exercise (A) HBR case solution

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