Group Decision Support Systems

Group decision support systems can be considered as a special case of decision support systems in which decisions are being made by a group. Specifically, it is an interactive, computer-based system that facilitates the solution of unstructured problems by a group of decision makers (DeSanctis and Galulpe 1987). It aims to improve the process of group decision making by removing common communications barriers, providing techniques for structuring decision analysis and systematically directing the pattern, timing and content of the discussion (Sprague and Watson 1996).

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