Saturday, September 18, 2010

Functional Making Perspective On Group Decision (Views On Functional Group Decision Makers)

Randy Hirokawa
Randy Hirokawa and Dennis Gouran believe that the interaction of a group gives positive influence on the decision to be taken.
There were four functions for the success of making decision:
1. Analysis problem
To determine whether a condition requiring improvement or change, all group members must take a real perspective on the current environment.
2. Background purposes
Members of the group must know what they're trying to accomplish.
3. Identify alternatives
It is important for a group has some solutions that can be used as alternatives or other options.
4. Evaluation of positive and negative characteristics
After a group introduces a troubleshooting option, participants must test the relative merits of each option against the criteria that they believe are important.

Role Deepens An Inside Communications Function
Dennis Gouran
In accordance with the belief that there is about a significant effect on the quality of group decisions that occur between the members (in this case the perpetrator is a communicator and communicants communication) that can be disclosed that an understanding of the old wisdom which has the sense to speak as an intermediary or channel through the delivery of information communication among participants. And verbal interactions that make it into something that allows its members to:
1. To channel and synthesize information
2. As the handle to ease error
3. Affect many people

Hirokawa believes that communication plays a role of a more in-depth activities from the expertise of a quality decision. He considers the conversation between the groups is as a tool that the group members use communication to create a social reality where decisions can be created. Hirokawa and his friend named Gourgan then describes three types of communication in a decision to form a group. Three types include as follows:
1. Promotive: interaction among group members so has the attention of decision-making process
2. Disruptive: a bad interaction between group members in decision-making process.
3. Counteractif: interaction where group members reminded each other again on purpose group.

Reference functional making perspective on group decision:
Griffin, EM. 2003. A First Look At Communication Theory. Singapore : MCGraw-Hill Book Co.

West, Richard. 2007. Inroducing Communication Theory, Analysis and Application. Singapore : McGraw-Hill Book Co.

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