Chapter 7 - Chapter 7 Student 1 Groups tend to outperform individuals when A time pressures are intense B members share similar opinions C standards of

Chapter 7 - Chapter 7 Student 1 Groups tend to outperform...

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Chapter 7Student: ___________________________________________________________________________1.Groups tend to outperform individuals when A. time pressures are intense.B. members share similar opinions.C. standards of performance are high.D. employees are not highly committed to the job.2.Which of the following is NOT a typical advantage of a group? 3.Well-managed work groups offer several advantages over individual workers. Which of the following is NOT one of the typical advantages of working in a group? 4.Which of the following statements is true about group size? 5.Two people working together A. constitutes a small group.B. can outvote the minority.C. can resolve disputes by persuading one another.D. can form alliances.6.Which of the following would NOT be classified as a work group, according to the characteristics explained in your text? 7.Heather is a member of a group in which each member brings well-researched, relevant information to each decision-making meeting. She concludes that without each person's input, the quality of the decisions would decrease dramatically. This situation, in which the group outcome is greater because all participants are working together, is called ___________________. 8.An effective team exhibits all of the following except
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9.Which of the following is NOT one of the characteristics of true teams (compared to less-productive groups) that Larson and LaFasto have identified? A. The group has no structure, to allow flexibility.B. The group's members believe their purpose is worthwhile.C. The group's leader creates a vision of the group's purpose.D. The group receives recognition by outsiders.
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