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Wk 4 D1 Groups and Teamwork Discuss two of the following statements. Read Chapters 9, 10, and 11 in Organizational Behavior . a. Explain how a work group becomes a team, identify five teamwork competencies, and describe self-managed teams and virtual teams. b. Contrast roles and norms, specify four reasons why norms are enforced in organizations, and list at least four things managers can do to build trust. c. Describe the Five Stages of Tuckman’s Theory of Group Development. d. Describe Groupthink, and identify at least four of its symptoms. Respond to at least two of your fellow students' responses. Try to respond to students who picked different statements. My post Describe the Five Stages of Tuckman’s Theory of Group Development. Stage 1 Forming is the icebreaking stage and mutual trust is low. Individual issues are how I fit in; group issue is why we are here. Stage 2 Storming this is a time of testing. Individual issue is what is my role here; group issue why
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