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In this brief article about how electronic networks affect decision-making processes the author covers many of the critical thinking elements Mr Robert Barner immediately states his perception of the potential changes caused by the introduction of networks in an organization He believes that several things will happen as a result employees can more easily communicate with senior managers employees will feel as if they are more a part of the team and decision-making processes will become faster in order to keep up with the speed of communication and new approaches must be developed for group decision-making The above statements are assumptions based on the authors perception All of the situations are possible but are not necessarily the ultimate outcome of the networking influences However Mr Barner effectively argues his case as to why these outcomes are the most probable For example he references research that supports his idea that new approaches must be created for group decision-making in the face of networking By references a third party this lends credibility to his assumption When discussing the need for speed in relation to decision-making the author calls upon the emotions of his readers by describing a situation where workers must perform under greater pressure Most people if not everyone can relate to work related pressure Therefore they can more easily comprehend his argument and agree with his point of view As the author Mr Barner does an excellent job of presenting the strengths and challenges of his arguments He does not deny that networking will have serious implications on organizational decision-making Instead of ignoring the challenges and concentrating solely on the strengths he confidently identifies the obstacles and discusses what needs to be done to overcome them The best example is found in the first sentence of the fourth paragraph To meet these challenges workers will need to develop skills in network-based decision-making including the use of such specialized tools as group-decision-support software The author is
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