Team Selection

Team Selection - One of the solutions to solve this group...

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One of the solutions to solve this group dilemma would be to create a much more heterogeneous group. The way that the group is currently arranged was always going to less successful than a more diversified group. Diverse teams have been proven to perform much better than homogenous teams. Heterogeneous teams for instance do not have excessive cohesion as opposed to homogenous teams which is what led to the group think that the team was experiencing. Evan, Conner, Alexis, Derek, and Judy were all about the same age, had worked for the company for the same amount of time, and their personalities were all very similar. If this team was rearranged into a team containing people of varying age groups, rookies and veterans of the company, as well as different personality types, the team’s performance would definitely be enhanced. As far as personality goes, a heterogeneous team would be made up of people who vary in openness, conscientiousness, extraversion, agreeableness, and neuroticism. Emotional intelligence is a big factor as well. If a majority of the team members
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