TRUE Groups will run more harmoniously if individuals personal goals are

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TRUEGroups will run more harmoniously, if individuals' personal goals are satisfied.Adler - Chapter 07 #103Topic: Effective Communication in Teams: Recognize Both Team and Personal Goals104.Your textbook indicates that group members should be discouraged from attempting to meet their individual goals through group participation. FALSEGroups will run more harmoniously, if individuals' personal goals are satisfied.Adler - Chapter 07 #104Topic: Effective Communication in Teams: Recognize Both Team and Personal Goals105.Hidden agendas refer to topics of discussion during secret meetings between group members. FALSEHidden agendas are personal goals that are not made public.Adler - Chapter 07 #105Topic: Effective Communication in Teams: Recognize Both Team and Personal Goals
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106.Group norms are influenced by organizational culture. TRUEGroup norms are shaped by organizational culture.Adler - Chapter 07 #106Topic: Effective Communication in Teams: Promote Desirable Norms107.It is best to postpone establishing group norms until after a few meetings so members can get to know one another first. FALSEGroups should strive to create constructive norms early in the group's existence.Adler - Chapter 07 #107Topic: Effective Communication in Teams: Promote Desirable Norms108.When you first enter an established group, it is a good idea to watch the way group members interact and to ask knowledgeable members about appropriate ways of behaving. TRUEWhen you enter an established group, learn the group's norms before you plunge in.Adler - Chapter 07 #108Topic: Effective Communication in Teams: Promote Desirable Norms109.Cohesiveness refers to the degree to which group members consider themselves to be a part of the group. TRUECohesiveness refers to the degree to which group members consider themselves to be a part of the group.Adler - Chapter 07 #109Topic: Effective Communication in Teams: Promote an Optimal Level of Cohesiveness110.Research shows that a high level of cohesiveness will ensure a high degree of productivity toward organizational goals. FALSEIf cohesiveness is too high, productivity can suffer.Adler - Chapter 07 #110Topic: Effective Communication in Teams: Promote an Optimal Level of Cohesiveness111.Groupthink is a term that means "a group's optimal level of cohesion." FALSEGroupthink is a state of excessive conformity that prevents members from expressing dissent or examining ideas critically.Adler - Chapter 07 #111Topic: Effective Communication in Teams: Promote an Optimal Level of Cohesiveness
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112.Risky shift refers to groups taking positions that are more extreme (either conservative or risky) than members would take on their own. TRUEWhen risky shift occurs, groups take more extreme positions than members would take on their own.Adler - Chapter 07 #112Topic: Effective Communication in Teams: Promote an Optimal Level of Cohesiveness113.To prevent groupthink, influential leaders should state their opinions at the beginning of the group's discussion.
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