302 Group Development

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GROUP 2 STAGES OF GROUP  DEVELOPMENT Daniel Beck Jessica Andyanto Kacie Lehner Tina Phung Michiel Josana Ashley Lovett
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THREE KEY THEORIES Fisher’s Small Group Development  Theory Tubb’s Small Group Development  Theory Tuckman’s Model of Group Development
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TUCKMAN’S MODEL OF  GROUP DEVELOPMENT
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5 STAGES 
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TUCKMAN’S MODEL OF GROUP  DEVELOPMENT Forming   The group is formed, challenges and  opportunities are introduced Team members behave independently Supervisors need to be directive 
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IMPORTANCE OF  FORMING Members of team meet and greet They get to know one another Often times new friends are made Good opportunity to see how members of  the team interact and respond to pressure
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TUCKMAN’S MODEL OF GROUP  DEVELOPMENT Storming   Team members discuss the problems  to be solved Discuss the independence of their  group Discuss leadership model to be  adopted
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IMPORTANCE OF  STORMING Conflicts  They may arise during confrontations and cause  discomfort Maturity It is important the the team in this stage is mature in  order to solve conflicts Supervisors are more accessible, but still  directive
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GROUPTHINK AS IT RELATES TO  STORMING Groupthink When team members make decisions  without analyzing or evaluating ideas  fully in order to avoid or minimize  conflicts Group cohesiveness is achieved, but  creativity pushed away, and quick,  irrational, and uniformed decisions are  made
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CAUSES OF  GROUPTHINK A desire to avoid being seen as 
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