OB- Group Dynamics- For MBA 1st SEM by Neerav Shivhare

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OB- Group Dynamics- For MBA 1st SEM by Neerav Shivhare

  1. 1. PRESENT Group Dynamics PRESENTED BY:- NEERAV SHIVHARE
  2. 2. CONCEPT l Group: Two or more individual interecting with each other in such a way that each of them is influenced by one another. & l Dynamics:The social, intellectual, or moral forces that produce activity and change in a given sphere.
  3. 3. Group Dynamics “The social process by which people interact in a group environment & It influences of personality, power and behaviour on the Group Process.”
  4. 4. Group Dynamics l 1)To identify and analyze the social processes that impact on group development and performance. l 2)To acquire the skills necessary to intervene and improve individual and group performance in an organizational context. l 3) To build more successful organizations by applying techniques that provide positive impact on goal achievement. Objectives:
  5. 5. Types of Groups Formal - structured to perform specific tasks. Informal - emerge naturally in response to organizational or member interests.
  6. 6. FORMAL GROUPS i. COMMAND GROUP ii. TASK FORCES iii.COMMITTES
  7. 7. INFORMAL GROUPS 1. INTEREST & FRIENDSHIP GROUPS. 2. CLIQUES. a) VERTICAL,b)HORIZONTAL,c)RANDOM/MIXEDCLIQUES 3. SUB-CLIQUES. 4. SAYLES’ CLASSIFICATION OF GROUP. a) Apathetic Group,b)Erratic Group,c)Strategic Group d) Conservative Group.
  8. 8. FACTORS AFFECTING  GROUP SIZE  GROUP STRUCTURE  GROUP DEVELOPMENT  GROUP FUNCTION  GROUP ROLES
  9. 9. Group Size l to express individual viewpoints; l to develop social relationships; l to ensure everyone participates; l for individual recognition. Issues to be considered include opportunities:
  10. 10. Group Structure l ensure that all skill sets are included; l examine the impact of a poor performer on group achievement; Issues considered include:
  11. 11. Group Structure (contd) l ensure a combination of leaders and followers; l examine the potential for personality conflicts; l impacts of member diversity.
  12. 12. Group Development Forming - orientation, guidance (dependence) Storming - conflict, roles and responsibilities, rules and procedures, individual recognition (counterdependence)
  13. 13. Group Development (contd) Norming - issue resolution, develop social agreements, cohesion, establish group norms (interdependence) Performing - mutual assistance, creativity, understanding goals and roles (independence) Adjourning - closure, symbolism, ceremonies, and emotional support.
  14. 14. Group Functions l Task behaviours; l Maintenance behaviours; l Self-interest behaviours.
  15. 15. Task Behaviours l initiating; l information seeking/giving; l clarifying ideas; l brining closure; l consensus testing.
  16. 16. Maintenance Behaviours l encouraging; l improving group atmosphere; l harmonizing; l compromising; l gate-keeping.
  17. 17. Group Norms l social standards and acceptable behaviours; l collectively held expectations of group functioning; l provide regularity and predictability to group functioning.
  18. 18. Factors That Impact Effectiveness Role Ambiguity - worker is unclear of job definition; Role Conflict - worker experiences job overlap.
  19. 19. THANK YOU SPECIAL THANKS TO PROF. DHARMENDR KUSHWAH FOR COREL GUIDENCE.

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