Groups Self regulating Work personal Goals independent Accountability Separate

Groups self regulating work personal goals

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Groups Self-regulating Work personal Goals independent Accountability Separate assessment Team group Work common Goals Joint Accountability joint assessment
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Effective use of groups and teams in an organization The difference between group and team in an organization or workplace can be based on the following grounds: A group can have only one leader, while in the team, there is an exemption of more than one leader. The group individuals don't share obligation while team members have joint responsibilities. The group centres on accomplishing individual objectives while team members are centred on achieving the group objectives. Unlike team who produces cumulative work items, group revolves around singular work products. The procedure of a group is to talk about the issue and then give errands to different members. But, a group talks about a particular problem, then work it out jointly. The gathering individuals are free. In contrast to a gathering, the colleagues are associated. Team members depend on each other, while group members are independent.
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5 phases of group development. Following are five-phases for the group development process Orientation (Forming Stage) Power Struggle (Storming Stage) Cooperation and Integration (Norming Stage) Synergy (Performing Stage) Closure (Adjourning Stage)
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  • Maracle Moultrie, use of groups, Collins Business Essentials, Dr. Mosunmola Adeyemi

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