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‘Group Behaviour & Team Dynamic’ :

‘ Group Behaviour & Team Dynamic ’ Present By:- Dipika Mohite Harshala Halarnakar Perana Yadav Reshma Dhulap Rupali Howal

Concept of Group :

Concept of Group “The aggregation of small number of persons who work for common goals , develop a shared attitude , and are aware that they are part of a group and perceive themselves as such.”

Types of group :

Types of group Primary and Secondary Groups Command and Task Groups In-Groups and Out-Groups Formal Groups & Informal Groups

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Formal organisation Informal organisation It is created by the top management. It is not created by top management. organisation performes in a planned and systematic manner. It is formed to satisfy those needs of members which cannot be satisfied through formal organisation. Membership is either permanent or temporary . Membership is voluntary . Authority and control is specified through processes, procedures, rules, etc . Behaviour of members is coordinated and controlled by group norms.

Stages of Group Development :

Stages of Group Development Forming Storming Norming Performing Adjourning

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Group Decision Making No. of decision makers Active interaction Jointly responsible

Positive Aspects of Group Decision Making :

Pooling of Knowledge and Information Satisfaction and Commitment Personnel Development Positive Aspects of Group Decision Making

Negative Aspects of Group Decision Making :

Negative Aspects of Group Decision Making Time-consuming and Costly Individual Domination Problem of Responsibility

Concept of Team :

Concept of Team A team is a small number of people with complimentary skill who are committed to a common purpose, performance goals , and approach for which they hold themselves mutually accountable. ”

Group V\S Team :

Group V\S Team Group Team Nature: Just Collection of people Team is internally organized with specific goal. Performance: Depend on individual Depend on both individual & Collective work product. Decision Making: May or may not participate. Equally Participate. Identity: Individual Identity Team Identity. Dependency: People operates independently From one another Members work interdependently.

Importance of Teams :

Importance of Teams Enhanced performance Employee benefits Reduced costs

Types of Team :

Types of Team ? Problem - Solving

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Self-managed Team self-managing teams also known as empowered or self directed teams.

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Cross-functional Team A cross-functional team draws its members from different functional areas, particularly from those functions which have high interdependent.

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Technology Virtual Team Virtual teams use computer technology to tie together physically dispersed members in order to achieve a common goal.

High-Performance Team:

Shared Purpose and Direction Motivating Goals Commitment to Individual and Team Roles Multi-Directional Communication Authority to Decide or Act Reliance on Diverse Talents Mutual Support and Trust High-Performance Team

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Group Level Conflict

Types of conflicts:

Types of conflicts Intragroup Conflict Intergroup Conflict

Intragroup Conflict:

Intragroup Conflict Intragroup conflict may arise in three situation When group faces a novel problem or task. Where new values are important from the social environment into the group Where a person’s extragroup role comes into conflict with his Intragroup role.

Intergroup Conflict:

Intergroup Conflict Reason for intergroup conflict Task Interdependent Task Ambiguity Goal Incompatibility Resource sharing Competitive Reward System Line & staff Intrapersonal & Interpersonal Conflict

Techniques of Group & Team Conflict Resolution:

Techniques of Group & Team Conflict Resolution Problem Solving Organisation Redesign Superordinate Goals Expansion Of Resource Avoidance Smoothing Solving Line & Staff Conflict Compromise

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