Unformatted text preview: fun together but spend little time on accomplishing their assigned task. Or a group’s goal may begin to diverge from the larger organization’s goal and those trying to uphold the organization’s goal may be ostracized (for example, teasing the class “whiz” for doing well in school). Cohesion leads to acceptance of group norms. Groups with high task commitment do well, but imagine a group where the norms are to work as little as possible? As you might imagine, these groups get little accomplished and can actually work together against the organization’s goals....
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- Fall '10
- Sociology, cohesive groups, highly cohesive groups, group pressure phenomenon, Work Team Concepts