Crisis management teams need to make fast and complex decisions about unique situations. Research in judgment and decision making shows that this seems to be easier said than done. Reasons for making wrong decisions lay both in individuals as well as in team processes.
In this workshop, we first explore what happens within individual minds when faced with difficult situations and problems that require a decision. We also explore team interaction processes that bridge individual minds. These explorations are based on research and in this workshop we intend to reflect on its value for practice. Together we discuss how to improve team decision making and formulate hands on interventions for practice.
Department for Educational Research and Development, Maastricht University (The Netherlands)