Majority Decision-Making Works Best Under Conditions of Leadership Ambiguity and Shared Task Representations

The effectiveness of decision-making teams depends largely on their ability to integrate and make sense of information. Consequently, teams which more often use majority decision-making may make better quality decisions, but particularly so when they also have task representations which emphasize th...

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Main Authors: Michaéla C. Schippers, Diana C. Rus
Format: Article
Published: Frontiers Media S.A. 2021-06-01
Series:Frontiers in Psychology
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