MGT 415 WK-1 - MGT 415 WEEK 1 1 Which of the following are definitions of a group A number of individuals who join together to achieve a goal A

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1. Which of the following are definitions of a group? A number of individuals who join together to achieve a goal. A collection of individuals who are interdependent in some way. A social unit consisting of two or more persons who perceive themselves as belonging to a group. A collection of individuals who are trying to satisfy some personal need through their joint association. all of the above 2.What distinguishes humans as a species from other animals? our size our speed our ability to engage in cooperative enterprises our hearts 3.When it comes to group functioning, ______ does give power. empathy size skill knowledge 4. Much of the research on groups has used ____________ as the unit of analysis. period of time the group has existed group values number of members individual members 5. A ___________ is a person who is skilled enough to both participate in group work and observe group process at the same time. know-it-all
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This note was uploaded on 11/26/2011 for the course MGT 380 380 taught by Professor Lent during the Spring '10 term at Ashford University.

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MGT 415 WK-1 - MGT 415 WEEK 1 1 Which of the following are definitions of a group A number of individuals who join together to achieve a goal A

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