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ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIORGroups and teams in organizationsBy: Felicia OliveiraPhoenix UniversityHCS / 370
INTRODUCTIONOrganizational behavior can be viewed to be a systematic study of the behavior and rejoinders of individuals, groups, and subgroups.In addition, organizational behavior aids to comprehend, describe, forecast, and shift human behavior that takes place in the organizational setting. Groups and teams are distinct and are a major aspect of organizational behavior.
DIFFERENCE BETWEEN GROUPS AND TEAMSGroupTeamIs a collection of persons who work together to complete a taskIs a group of persons who have a shared identity and are joined together to attain a goalIn terms of leadership, a group has one leaderA team can have more than one leader.May not share a common goalMay have one common goal or causeParticular duties and goals are not allocated to persons Particular tasks are assigned to every person.