BUAD 304 ch15

BUAD 304 ch15 - Steven Haugen Chris Bresnahan BUAD 304...

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Steven Haugen Chris Bresnahan BUAD 304 Section 14749 November 11, 2007 Chpt 15: Questions for Critical Thinking #3 and Ethical Dilemma 3.) One example of a dysfunctional conflict from personal experience is when I had a group project due for my history class last year. My group did not get along well and several could care less about the grade. I was the only person in my group who really wanted to get an A on the project. Everyone else was fine with a B or C as they were seniors and didn’t care any more fro grades. I ended up doing a majority of the work, while the others did very little to contribute to the project. I have also been in groups that are very functional. Last year in my English class we had a group project in which we had to write a paper on a novel. Everyone contributed in some way to the group. The communication amongst group members was excellent and everyone was satisfied with the overall product of the paper. We got the highest grade in the class on that paper. In the first example other parties would have also noticed the dysfunction of the group when they saw me doing basically the whole project. They could tell that our
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This note was uploaded on 05/04/2008 for the course BUAD 304 taught by Professor Cummings during the Fall '07 term at USC.

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BUAD 304 ch15 - Steven Haugen Chris Bresnahan BUAD 304...

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