What is a group?
What are the four reasons people form groups?
What are the four processes of group development?
Differences between additive, conjunctive and disjunctive.
What are the types of norms that happen in groups? That become expectati
Man 3025 Study Guide
EXAM 2 Chapters 5-7
CHAPTER 5: UNDERSTANDING GROUPS AND TEAMS
A group consists of two or more people interacting interdependently to achieve a common goal
The principal characteristics of this definit
MANAGEMENT OF ORGANIZATION Exam 2 Study Guide:
Group formation: groups and work teams consists of work teams, student clubs, church
groups, athletic teams, professional associations, dormitory groups, political parties, and
our families. At any
Diversity: creating and maintaining a workforce that is represented by groups of people
of different age groups, ethnicities, genders, races, religions, and sexual orientation.
What is an organization? Its purpose? Open system?
Is an arrangement of worke
CHAPTER 9 DECISION MAKING
With the advent of new technologies and the widespread use of
digital media, the already fast pace of business is getting even
faster. To be effective in the workplace, having the correct
CHAPTER 8 FOSTERING ETHICAL
UCF CHEATING SCANDAL
In the 2010 Fall Semester at the University of Central Florida, 615
students were faced with an ethical dilemma. The students in the
Strategic Management Capstone course in the College of Business
CHAPTER 7 ORGANIZATIONAL
Organizational culture consists of socially acquired rules of
conduct that are shared by members of the organization. Some
researchers believe that some aspects of an organizations culture