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  • Greatest Accomplishment of the theory: process for analyzing group communication The latest version of this is the SYMLOG; group members evaluate themselves and all other members of the group on either their values or their behaviors to understand the group better, improve productivity, or increase satisfaction
  • Task- requires communication toward achieving the groups’ goals ex: receiving information or giving suggestions Maintenance- achieved by socioemotional communication ex. expressing agreement, releasing tension, and demonstrating behaviors of “working together” Task Leaders: Dave and Charlene Maintenance Leader: Tonya

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  • Case Study 5:Dr. Evil and the Doomsday Assignment
  • Visible Assumptions of SystemTheory System Positive Synergy Negative Synergy Equifinality
  • Digital Codes Complimentary andAxioms Symmetrical Impossibility of not communicating
  • patterns of group discussions in terms of Interaction leadership Process Analysis group communicationSYMLOG System for the Multiple Level Observations of Groups
  • Groups Task Goals2 Goals to achieve: Maintenance Goals
  • Symbolic Convergence Theory “Oh be-have! We’ve got to find our mojo!” Group used Austin Powers fantasy to link each member, from different departments, to a common humorous theme
  • Was the group likely to be effective?Problem Analysis Identify Alternatives Goal Setting Evaluate + Select
  • Questions?