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  1. 1. GROUPS DYNAMICS . 1
  2. 2. Group Dynamics  To identify and analyze the social processes that impact on group development and performance.  To acquire the skills necessary to intervene and improve individual and group performance in an organizational context. Objectives:
  3. 3. Objectives (contd)  To build more successful organizations by applying techniques that provide positive impact on goal achievement.
  4. 4. Group Dynamics The social process by which people interact in a group environment The influences of personality, power and behavior on the group process
  5. 5. Group vs Teams
  6. 6. Types of Groups Formal - structured to perform specific tasks. Informal - emerge naturally in response to organizational or member interests.
  7. 7. Group Size  to express individual viewpoints;  to develop social relationships;  to ensure everyone participates;  for individual recognition. Issues to be considered include opportunities:
  8. 8. Group size Group dynamics Group inputs Group effectiveness
  9. 9. Group Structure  ensure that all skill sets are included;  examine the impact of a poor performer on group achievement; Issues considered include:
  10. 10. Group Structure (contd)  ensure a combination of leaders and followers;  examine the potential for personality conflicts;  impacts of member diversity.
  11. 11.  Employee involvement team  Problem solving team  Self managing team  Virtual teams Types of Group
  12. 12. Group Development Forming - Group members get to know each other and reach common goals. orientation, guidance (dependence) Storming - Group members disagree on direction and leadership. Managers need to be sure the conflict stays focused. conflict, roles and responsibilities, rules and procedures, individual recognition (counter dependence)
  13. 13. Group Development (contd) Norming - Close ties and consensus begin to develop between group members. issue resolution, develop social agreements, cohesion, establish group norms (interdependence) Performing - The group begins to do its real work. mutual assistance, creativity, understanding goals and roles (independence) Adjourning - closure, symbolism, ceremonies, and emotional support.
  14. 14. Group Functions  Task behaviors;  Maintenance behaviors;  Self-interest behaviors.
  15. 15. Task Behaviours  Task roles refer to the actions of individuals that help move the project, decision, task along.  initiating;  information seeking/giving;  clarifying ideas;  brining closure;  consensus testing.
  16. 16. Maintenance Behaviours  Maintenance roles refer to the actions of individuals that help preserve the relationships in a group.  encouraging;  improving group atmosphere;  harmonizing;  compromising;  gate-keeping.
  17. 17. Self-interest Behaviours  Self interested behaviors refer to actions of individuals that hinder the group's process and progress.  dominating/controlling;  blocking;  manipulating;  belittling;  splitting hairs.
  18. 18. Group Norms  social standards and acceptable behaviors;  collectively held expectations of group functioning;  provide regularity and predictability to group functioning.
  19. 19. Types of Norms  conduct;  work performance/attendance;  rearranging personal space;  assisting co-workers;  loyalty;  dress codes;  rewards. Standards related to:

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