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  • NAME : TIRSHA BHATTACHARYACLASS : TYBCOMROLL NO: 170PRACTICAL : POWER POINTPRESETATION
  • TEAM ANDGROUPDYNAMICS
  • Group: Two or moreindividuals, interacting and interdependent, who have come together to achieve particular objectives.
  • Types of Groups Command Groups Formal Task Groups Interest Groups Informal Friendship Groups
  • 1.Command group: A managerand his or her immediatesubordinates.2.Task group: Those workingtogether to complete a task.
  • 3.Interest group: Those workingtogether to attain a specificobjective with which each isconcerned.4. Friendship group: Thosebrought together because theyshare one or more commoncharacteristics.
  • STAGES OF GROUPFormation/Development
  • Stages of GroupDevelopment/FormationForming:The first stage in group development, characterized by uncertainty about the group’s purpose, structure and leadership.
  • Storming:The second stage in groupdevelopment characterized byintragroup conflict, and resistance tothe constraint that the group imposeson individuality
  • Norming: The third stage in groupdevelopment, characterized byclose relationships andcohesiveness.
  • Performing: The fourth stage ingroup development, when thegroup is fully functional.
  • Adjourning: The final stage ingroup development for temporarygroups, characterized by concernwith wrapping up activities.
  • GROUP DYNAMICS
  • Group Roles
  • Task Oriented RolesInitiator-Contributors:Recommend new solutions togroup members.Information-Seekers: Attempt toobtain necessary facts.Energizers: Stimulate the groupinto action whenever interestdrops
  • Relations-Oriented RolesHarmonizers: Mediate groupconflicts.Encouragers: Praise andencourage others.Expediters: Suggest ways thegroups can operate moresmoothly.
  • Self-Oriented RolesBlockers: Act stubborn andresistant to the group.Recognition seekers: Callattention to their ownachievements.Dominators: Assert authorityby manipulating the group.
  • Important Group Phenomenon
  • GroupthinkThe Phenomenon in which the normfor consensus overrides the realisticappraisal of alternative courses ofaction.It describes the situation in whichgroup pressures for conformity deterthe group from critically appraisingunusual, minority, or unpopular views.
  • Social LoafingIs the phenomenon of people makingless effort to achieve a goal when theywork in a group than when they workalone.This is seen as one of the mainreasons groups are sometimes lessproductive than the combinedperformance of their members workingas individuals.
  • Group Decision –Making Techniques1) Interacting groups: Typical groupsin which members interact with eachother face to face.2) Brainstorming: An idea generationprocess that specifically encouragesany and all alternatives, whilewithholding any criticism of thosealternatives.
  • 3) Nominal group technique: A groupdecision-making method in whichindividual members meet face to face topool their judgments in a systematic butindependent fashion.4) Electronic meeting: A meeting inwhich members interact on computers,allowing for anonymity of comments andaggregation of votes.
  • TEAMSWork team: A groupwhose individual effortsresult in a performancethat is greater than thesum of the individualinputs.
  • Group Vs. Team BASIS GROUP TEAM Share Collective Goal information performance Neutral Synergy (sometimes Positive negative) Individual andAccountability Individual mutual Random and Skills Complementary varied
  • THANK YOU