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Group Dynamics -students

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Thor Erickson

on 27 May 2013

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Team Dynamics Agenda -Icebreaker
-Group dynamics
-Intragroup & Intergroup
-Tuckman's model
-Example using Remember the Titans
-Applying to your team The influential processes that take place in groups Group Dynamics Group Two or more individuals who are connected by and within social relationships Group Cohesion The strengths of the bond linking individuals to and in groups Forming, Norming, Storming, Performing, & Adjourning Tuckman's Stage Model This model refers to the overall pattern of the group, but of course individuals within a group work in different ways
Members are concerned with resolving both
interpersonal relationships and task activities Forming Storming Norming Performing Adjourning Group members are involved in initial assessments of the interpersonal relationships and norms within the group.
Task activities are taken up by attempts to identify the nature and boundaries of the task and to determine what information is required for the task.
The team attempts to discover what was to be accomplished.
Members rely on roles that had been established prior to entering the group to define their position in the group.
The team tries to determine the parameters of the task.
Individuals try to determine what was to be accomplished Intra-group conflict and hostility arise as a result of the assertion of autonomy and leadership struggles.
Individuals may show resistance to task demands by emotionally responding to the task as an imposition on the group or individual.
Individuals demonstrate resistance towards the demands of the task.
The group experiences some friction.
Members experienced conflict between personal and task demands.
Personal opinions were expressed Where interpersonal activities center on increasing cohesiveness and defining member behavior.
Task work moves into a period of new openness and of exchanges of task information.
Individuals identify with the group.
The team feels like it has become a functioning unit.
Group norms are developed.
There is an open exchange of information.
Group members become comfortable with each other. A subculture where members work together with a minimum of emotional interaction.
Group members attempt problem solving and task completion.
A unified group approach is applied to the task.
Members recognize their responsibility to the group.
Constructive attempts are made to resolve project issues.
The group develop insights into task solutions.
Solutions are developed. The adjourning stage occurs as groups disband.
At this time, attention is directed toward wrapping up activities.
Group members may be upbeat because of their accomplishments or they may be depressed due to the loss of friendships.
The adjourning stage is considered to be a less important element of group development and is only relevant to disbanding groups. The Stages of Group Development:
A Retrospective Study of Dynamic Team
Processes Intergroup Intragroup In-Group, Within a group or community -Intragroup conflict refers to a specific kind of conflict that occurs between members of a group that shares common goals, interests or other identifying characteristics.
-The dynamics of a particular group depend on how one defines the boundaries of the group. Often, there are distinct subgroups within a more broadly defined group. Between two or more social groups http://www.thefreedictionary.com/ -Intergroup conflict refers to conflict that occurs between different social groups
-Intergroup conflict starts with a process of comparison between individuals in one group (the ingroup) to those of another group (the outgroup)
-Even without any intergroup interaction, individuals begin to show favoritism towards their own group, and negative reactions towards the outgroup Applying to your team Example of how you have seen your team in each area:
forming, storming, norming and performing
How can you as a supervisor move your team through each area?
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