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   Aggregation of small number of persons who    work for common goals, develop a shared    attitude, are aware that they...
   Two or more people   Collective Identity   Interaction   Shared goal interest   Well set goals   Proper rules and...
   Pooling of knowledge and experience   Fulfill the tasks that cant be achieved    individually   To bring a number of...
Forming              Norming                Adjourning          Storming             Performing
   For temporary groups who have a deadline of    work performance                                       CompletionPerfor...
1.   Propinquity Theory ---- nearness2.   Homans Interaction Theory                 Activities            Interaction     ...
3.   Balance Theory – Given by Newcomb                 Individual A                Individual B                           ...
4. Exchange TheoryBased on Reward (R) and Cost (c)If R>C, individual joins groupIf R<C, individual leaves group
“We must remember that one determinedperson can make a significant difference, andthat a small group of determined people ...
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Group and its formation

  1. 1.  Aggregation of small number of persons who work for common goals, develop a shared attitude, are aware that they are part of group and perceive themselves as such Two or more individuals interacting with each other to achieve common objectives
  2. 2.  Two or more people Collective Identity Interaction Shared goal interest Well set goals Proper rules and guidelines for behavior
  3. 3.  Pooling of knowledge and experience Fulfill the tasks that cant be achieved individually To bring a number of skills an talents to accomplish difficult tasks Status symbol Protection from external threats Desire to socialize and satisfy emotional needs
  4. 4. Forming Norming Adjourning Storming Performing
  5. 5.  For temporary groups who have a deadline of work performance CompletionPerformance Transition First Meeting Time
  6. 6. 1. Propinquity Theory ---- nearness2. Homans Interaction Theory Activities Interaction Sentiments
  7. 7. 3. Balance Theory – Given by Newcomb Individual A Individual B Sentiments
  8. 8. 4. Exchange TheoryBased on Reward (R) and Cost (c)If R>C, individual joins groupIf R<C, individual leaves group
  9. 9. “We must remember that one determinedperson can make a significant difference, andthat a small group of determined people canchange the course of history.”
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