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webGroups2_2008_ - Reminders Please make sure you get a...

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Reminders Please make sure you get a copy of the Personal Reflection  Story grading template that I handed out last class. For class on Wednesday, please complete the “Decision  Making Exercise” at the link on the course website and  bring your results to class.  If I forget, someone remind me when it is 10:25-10:30, so I  can take some time to hand back and discuss the exams.
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Sample Exam Question Which of the following reflects a basic difference between groups and teams? 1. Teams usually wear uniforms; groups do not. 2. Teams typically require minimal interaction among members; groups typically require a great deal of interaction among members. 3. Teams make decisions; groups strive for consensus. 4. Teams stress mutual accountability; groups stress individual accountability. 5. Teams are useful in organizations; groups create major problems for organizations.
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Managing Groups & Teams II BA 405
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Today’s Objectives 1. What are group/team norms? 2. What impact do norms have on group/team cohesiveness? 3. What is the impact of cohesiveness on important organizational outcomes? 4. What are some ways to increase (or decrease) group/team cohesiveness? 5. How can organizations support effective teams?
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What are group/team norms? Acceptable standards of behavior for members of a group/team What are some examples of group/team norms that you have experienced? Group/Team Norms Some Key Questions
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How are group/team norms established? Experience/habits First meeting activities Explicit directions by those with power Group/Team Norms Some Key Questions
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To what behaviors do group/team norms apply?
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