Extreme Group Decision-Making

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1. Either alone or in a group, think about the ethical implications of extreme decision making. When extreme group decisions are made, they may affect other people outside the group as well. An example of this is seen in the Bible when Joseph’s brothers decided to kill him, as Genesis 37: 18 says, “And when they saw him afar off, even before he came near unto them, they conspired against him to slay him.” Extreme group decisions impact negatively other people by putting them in a very risky situation. Placing others at an excessive level of risk with no compelling reason is unethical. 2. When group decision making takes place, should members of a group each feel fully accountable for outcomes of the decision? Why or why not? In most cases,

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