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159.You should warn your supervisor that in the first stage of group development, the team members will probably:a.be uncertain.b.be their most productive.c.be a stage of conflict.d.focus their group energy on performing the task at hand.( Moderat pp. 220-222)160.You are predicting that the most productive stage will be:( Moderat pp. 220-222)161.The final stage for this permanentwork group should be:( Challenging; pp. 220-222) Application of RolesSeveral years ago you began a small retail store to sell computer parts. The store grew and the businessexpanded to offer computer repair and custom computer programming. You have noticed that people havedefinite expectations about what their appropriate role within the expanding company should be.162.You can help them understand their roles and the role of other people by explaining some common facts about roles. All of the following are true except:( Challenging; pp. 226-228)
163.John is expected to help customers in the retail store as well as perform computer repair work. Hefeels that every time he gets started on a repair, he is interrupted and doesn’t know whether tofinish his repair or wait on the customer. John suffers from:a.role conflict.b.role expectations.c.role perception.d.role identity. ( Moderat pp. 226-228)164.To clear up confusion, you have decided that you must come to an unwritten agreement with eachemployee about your mutual expectations. You are developing a(n):( Moderat pp. 226-228)Application of SizeJoe is restructuring departments and is creating teams to increase the effectiveness of his departments. He recognizes that the size of groups impacts their overall behavior.165.Joe has learned in an OB course that:( Moderat pp. 234-235)