An Empirical Study of Group Stewardship and Learning: Implications for Work Group Effectiveness
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Decision interaction processes and decision product quality :a comparative study of a group support system: CyberQuest (tm) and the nominal group technique Lopes, Milton E (Virginia Tech, 1994-05-05)
This study's objective was to compare a Group Support System (GSS), i.e., CyberQuest, with the Nominal Group Technique (NGT). Its basic assumption was that discussion outcomes are enhanced by decision interaction ...
Kern, Wilfried (Virginia Tech, 1992-07-13)
This study investigated the effects of group cohesiveness on group conformity, and on member satisfaction. In this study, group cohesiveness, group conformity, and member satisfaction were considered to be constructs. ...