Chapter 9 Activity 4

Chapter 9 Activity 4 - Chapter 9 Activity 4 Group Cohesion...

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Chapter 9 Activity 4 - Group Cohesion Case Study Purpose: To apply information about group cohesion. Instructions: Read the case study below and answer the questions. A group of business students decides to form an investment club to learn more about the stock market and investments, and to contribute small amounts of money ($10- 25) each month to be invested as a group. Mark and Maria came up with the idea and recruit some other students — Dan, Jana, and Jin-Sook. They realize the optimal number for an investment group is 12-15, so each agrees to recruit two or three more persons. A meeting time is set, and the group discusses ways to get started. There are other organizations in town they can learn from. There are national organizations that you can affiliate with and use their materials, get their newsletters, etc. 1. What factors are already at work to promote cohesion? The students have shared and 
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