team and group evaluation

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Group and Teams Paper Group and Teams Paper University of Phoenix By Scott Ward
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2 A group and a team can be similar, but in some cases two different terms. A group can be a mixture of people that may or may not have a common goal or strive for the same sense of purpose. In some situations, a group can all have different ideas and inputs without any conflicts, if everyone is on the same respect level. Most of the time a group is more focused on people you keep close to you, such as friends. Groups can change in a heartbeat, whether it is to add a new member or one decides to part, on their terms or not. In the work place, a group is more of all the people you interact with and like to share stories about work situations and home events. A group might not even have a goal to reach, they may use the time to unwind with familiar people and release any negativity or stress. When looking at a team, you know that they are all thinking of a common goal that they all share. A team may not be full of friends and you may not have chosen who to be on the team
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