Irving Janis Quote

The advantages of having decisions made by groups are often lost because of powerful psychological pressures that arise when the members work closely together, share the same set of values and, above all, face a crisis situation that puts everyone under intense stress


Victims of Groupthink: A Psychological Study of Foreign-Policy Decisions and Fiascoes (ed. 1972)

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The advantages of having decisions made by groups are often lost because of powerful psychological pressures that arise when the members work closely ...

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The advantages of having decisions made by groups are often lost because of powerful psychological pressures that arise when the members work closely ...

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The advantages of having decisions made by groups are often lost because of powerful psychological pressures that arise when the members work closely ...

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The advantages of having decisions made by groups are often lost because of powerful psychological pressures that arise when the members work closely ...