Chapter 2 Teams

Chapter 2 Teams - Working in Small Groups and Teams Chapter...

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Working in Small Groups and Teams Chapter 2
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Why a Group Project?
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Guffey, Rhodes, Rogin Business Communication: Process and Product, Fourth Canadian Edition Ch. 2, Slide 3 Why form groups and teams? Better decisions Faster response Increased productivity Greater “buy-in” Less resistance to change Improved employee morale Reduced risks
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Guffey, Rhodes, Rogin Business Communication: Process and Product, Fourth Canadian Edition Ch. 2, Slide 4 Four Phases of Team Development Forming
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Guffey, Rhodes, Rogin Business Communication: Process and Product, Fourth Canadian Edition Ch. 2, Slide 5 Four Phases of Team Development Forming Storming
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Guffey, Rhodes, Rogin Business Communication: Process and Product, Fourth Canadian Edition Ch. 2, Slide 6 Four Phases of Team Development Forming Storming Norming
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Guffey, Rhodes, Rogin Business Communication: Process and Product, Fourth Canadian Edition Ch. 2, Slide 7 Four Phases of Team Development Forming Storming Norming Performing
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Guffey, Rhodes, Rogin Business Communication: Process and Product, Fourth Canadian Edition Ch. 2, Slide 8
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Guffey, Rhodes, Rogin Business Communication: Process and Product, Fourth Canadian Edition Ch. 2, Slide 9 Characteristics of Successful Teams Small size, diverse makeup Agreement on purpose
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This note was uploaded on 11/04/2011 for the course BUS 130 taught by Professor Stark during the Spring '11 term at Camosun College.

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