Final Outlines - Chapter 8 Gropus at work: Their Basic...

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Chapter 8 - Gropus at work: Their Basic Nature o What is a group? Social interacton? Members have influence over one another Stability Can’t constantly change Common interest or goals Recognition of being a group o Types of groups Format groups Created with a goal May be required to work on one task Types of formal groups o Command group o Task group o Standing committee o Adhoc committee/task force Informal groups o Develop naturally, no official creation o Common interest shared by members o Membership is voluntary o Important to organizations because they encourage unity o Reasons for Joining a group Help people work towards a goal
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People need to be social o The five stanges model of group formation Stage 1:Forming Group develops and members get acquainted Members uncertain about appropriate behavior Stage 2: Storming High degree of conflict Group will disband if members don’t resolve conflict Stage 3: norming Group becomes cohesive Stage ends when membesr have commom expectations on behavior
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