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Organizational Behavior Exam 2 Student Review Sheet Winter 2011

Organizational Behavior Exam 2 Student Review Sheet Winter 2011

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Organizational Behavior – Exam 2 Review Sheet Chapters 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 and Notes The test will be worth a total of 100 points Chapter 8 Foundations of Group Behavior. 1. What is a group? P. 123 Lecture PPT titled Nancy Teamwork and Groups 2. What types of groups? P.124 Command: Task: Interest: Friendship: 3. Why do people join groups? P. 125 Security Status Self-esteem Affiliation Power Goal Achievement. 4. Explain group properties: roles and disruptive roles. P. 126 and lecture titled Nancy Teamwork and Groups Role Role identity Role perception . Nancy puts roles into three categories Task: Facilitate the task of the group. 1. Initiator-contributor – 2. Information seeker - 3. Opinion seeker - 4. Information giver - 5. Clarifier-elaborator – 6. Coordinator – 7. Secretary-recorder - 8. Director - 9. Devil’s advocate - Maintenance or socio-emotional: facilitate the social part of the group. 1. Supporter-Encourager - 2. Harmonizer-Tension Reliever - 3. Gatekeeper-Expediter - 4. Feeling Expresser - Disruptive or self-centered : Disruptive roles are those that move against the groups goals . 1. Stagehog - 2. Isolate - 3. Clown - 4. Blocker - 5. Fighter-controller -
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6. Zealot - 7. Cynic - The one the text talked about is social loafer. 5. Explain group properties: P. 126 and Lecture titled Nancy Teamwork and Groups norms. Explicit, Implicit, Crucial and Peripheral How can you identify implicit norms? 6. Explain conformity and deviant behavior. P. 128 7. Explain group properties: status and status characteristics theory. P. 130 8.
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