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GROUP
A collection of individuals who influence one another, have a common purpose, take on roles are interdependent, and interact together.
PRIMARY GROUP
A group that focuses on social and interpersonal relationships.
SECONDARY GROUP
A group that exists to accomplish tasks or acheive goals.
TEAM
A speacial form of group that is characterized by a close knit relationship among people whit different and complimentary abilities and by a strong sense of identity.
PROJECT TEAM
Individuals representing different specialties who are assigned to coordinate the successful completion of an assigned task.
WORK TEAM
A group of people responsible for an entire work process or segment of the process that delivers a product of service to an internal or external customer.
FOCUS GROUP
A special form of work team that ascertains what its members think about specific ideas, issues, or people.
INTERDEPENDENCE
Mutual dependence of group members on one another.
COMMITMENT
The desire of group members to work together to complete a task to the satisfaction of the entire work group.
COHESIVENESS
The attraction that group members feel for each other and willingness to stick together, a form of loyalty.
NORMS
Expected and share ways in which group members behave.
GROUP CULTURE
THe pattern of values, beliefs, norms, and behaviors that is share by group members and that shapes a group's individual personality.
NEWSGROUP
An online bulliten board where people can read and post messages about topics of their choice.
TELECONFRENCING
Use of telephones and speakerphones to connect people in different locations
VIDEOCONFERENCING
An extension of teleconferening that includes picture and sound
INTERACTIVE COMPUTER CONFERENCING
Similar to videoconferencing except that the interaction occurs via computer
GROUPTHINK
A dysfunction in which group members value the harmony of the group more than the new ideas, fail to critically examine ideas, hesitate to change flawed decisions, or lack willingness to allow new members to participate.
SOCIAL LOAFING
Tendency for individuals to lower their work effort after they join a group.
GROUPHATE PHENOMENON
Dislike for groups.