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Unformatted text preview: Physical setting of the groups work Organizations history, place in the market, vision Competitors, suppliers, regulations Political, social, economic, legal conditions People (abilities, personalities, learning styles, values, etc.) Task requirements: Degree of interaction/collaboration required Variety of tasks Routineness of tasks (repetitive vs. dynamic/challenging) Pace of work Formal organization: Hierarchy of authority Reporting relationships Metrics, evaluation methods, control systems Reward/compensation systems Selection and recruiting Group culture: Work patterns/processes Norms, social interactions, acceptable/unacceptable behaviors Roles Rituals, stories, language Maps (group sensemaking) Evaluating Outcomes: Productivity of group Satisfaction of group members Individual growth/development...
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- Fall '10
- Organizational Leadership