Organizational Behaviour

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December 21, 2013

 

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studies three determinants: 1. individuals 2. groups 3. structure Group: Is defined as two or more individuals, interacting and interdependent, who have come together to achieve particular objectives. Group can be eihter: 1. formal - task or - command 2. informal - interest or - friendship Groups generally pass through a standardized sequence in their revolution – this sequence is called: the FIVE-stage model of group development, which consists of 5 stages + perstage: perstage > forming > storming > norming > performing > adjourning !Groups and teams are not the same thing! In this section I want to define and clerify the difference between a work-group and a work-team...
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studies three determinants: 1. individuals 2. groups 3. structure Group: Is defined as two or more individuals, interacting and interdependent, who have come together to achieve particular objectives. Group can be eihter: 1. formal - task or - command 2. informal - interest or - friendship Groups generally pass through a standardized sequence in their revolution – this sequence is called: the FIVE-stage model of group development, which consists of 5 stages + perstage: perstage > forming > storming > norming > performing > adjourning !Groups and teams are not the same thing! In this section I want to define and clerify the difference between a work-group and a work-team...
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