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FUNCTIONAL GROUP
permanent group- indefinite time horizon
INFORMAL OR INTEREST GROUP
created by its own members
TASK GROUP
created by the organization for specific purpose and time frame
STAGES OF GROUP AND TEAM DEVELOPEMENT
forming
storming
norming
performing
COOPERATIVE BASED REWARDS (TEAM)
low productivity/low interdependence, high productivity/high interdependence
COMPETITIVE BASED REWARDS (INDIVIDUAL)
high productivity/low interdependence, low productivity/high interdependence
TASK SPECIALIST ROLE
concentrating on getting the task completed
SOCIOEMOTIONAL ROLE
providing social and emotional support to others on the team
DEVELOPMENT OF A ROLE
expected role
sent role
perceived role
enacted role
ROLE AMBIGUITY
sent role is unclear
ROLE CONFLICT
the messages comprising the role are contradictory
INTERROLE CONFLICT
conflict between roles
INTRAROLE CONFLICT
conflicting demands from different sources
INTRASENDER CONFLICT
single source sends contradictory messages
PERSON ROLE CONFLICT
descrepancy between role requirements and an individual's values, attitutes, and needs
ROLE OVERLOAD
role expectations exceed an individual's capacities
NORM GENERALIZATION
norms of one group cannot always be generalized to another group
NORM VARIATION
norms and their application vary within a group or team
SOCIALIZATION
norm conformity that occurs when a person goes from being an outsider to an insider
COHESIVENESS
extent to which members and loyal and committed to the group