kjlPPT15 - 9th edition Steven P. Robbins Mary Coulter

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22 L E A R N I N G O U T L I N E 1. Describe the five stages of group development 2. Explain the major components that determine group  performance and satisfaction 3. Discuss how group structure components influence group behavior 4. Define group think and social loafing 5. Describe how to increase group cohesiveness  6. Define the 3 types of conflict and describe the role conflict  plays in group performance  7. Identify the 5 approaches to conflict management, when to use each, and ways to manage conflict within groups 8. Describe the advantages and disadvantages of group  decision making 9. Compare groups and teams 10. Explain why teams have become so popular 11. Describe the four most common types of teams
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33 Why Use Teams? Think-Pair-Share “Two together can accomplish more  than two separately” When is this statement true? When is this statement not true?
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44 Why People Join Groups Reason Benefits Security Reduce the insecurity of “standing alone”; feel stronger, fewer self-doubts, and more resistant to threats Inclusion in a group viewed by outsiders as important; provides recognition and status Self-esteem Provides feelings of self-worth to group members, in addition to conveying status to outsiders Affiliation Fulfills social needs. Enjoys regular interaction; can be primary source for fulfilling need for affiliation Power What cannot be achieved individually often becomes possible; power in numbers Goal achievement Some tasks require more than one person; need to pool talents, knowledge, or power to complete the job. In such instances, management may rely on the use of a formal group
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55 4 Stages of Group Development FORMING  harmony around similarities STORMING   conflict around differences
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This note was uploaded on 10/27/2009 for the course MAN 04210 taught by Professor Loescher during the Spring '09 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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kjlPPT15 - 9th edition Steven P. Robbins Mary Coulter

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