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MGCR 222: Introduction to Organizational Behavior Lecture 8: Socialization & Culture Prof. Christine Bataille October 31, 2011
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Agenda Announcements Mini-Quiz Learning Objectives Social Influence Socialization Culture Wrap-up
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Announcements Midterm Marks posted on WebCT as of midnight Review exams in Interactive Classes (T/Th) Office hours 3:00-4:00 this week only Disney case: The Smile Factory Link posted on WebCT Read for this week’s interactives!
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Agenda Announcements Mini-Quiz Learning Objectives Social Influence Socialization Culture Wrap-up
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Mini-Quiz Module 7 In the norming stage of group development, members resolve______ and develop social _________. The punctuated model of group development demonstrates that groups experience a ________________ at almost exactly the halfway point in time toward the group’s deadline. ____________are group performance difficulties stemming from the problems of motivating and coordinating larger groups. In order to be successful, self-managed work teams need __________________ tasks, ______ group membership, and managerial _______. issues consensus midpoint transition Process losses complex/compelling stable support
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All of the following are true about cross- functional teams EXCEPT: B r i n g differen... Gen e rall y outp.. . Best kn own for. .. Need some au to... 6% 29% 11% 54% 1. Bring different functional specialties together 2. Generally outperform self- managed teams 3. Best known for their success in product development 4. Need some autonomy from the larger organization
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Agenda Announcements Mini-Quiz Learning Objectives Social Influence Socialization Culture Wrap-up
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Learning Objectives 1. Understand the difference between information dependence and effect dependence . 2. Differentiate compliance , identification , and internalization as motives for social conformity. 3. Describe the socialization process and the stages of organizational socialization. 4. Describe the implications of unrealistic expectations and the psychological contract for socialization.
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Learning Objectives 5. Describe the main methods of socialization and how newcomers can be proactive in their socialization. 6. Define organizational culture and discuss the contributors to a culture. 7. Discuss the assets and liabilities of strong organizational cultures . 8. Describe how to diagnose an organizational culture.
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Social Influence in Organizations Information dependence : Reliance on others for information about how to think, feel, and act gives others the opportunity to influence our thoughts, feelings, and actions via the signals they send to us effects of social information can be very strong, often exerting as much or more influence over others as objective reality Effect dependence : Reliance on others due to their capacity to provide rewards and punishment The group frequently has a vested interest in how individual members think and act Group members desire the approval of the group
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