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Program Semester Subject Code Subject Name Unit Number Unit Title Lecture Title

: MBA :I : MB0038 : Management Process and Organization Behavior : 10 : Group Behavior : Group Behaviour

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MB0038-Management Process and Organization Behavior Unit-10 Group Behavior

Management Process and Organization Behavior

Objectives :
• • • • Discuss about groups. Classify different types of groups. To explain teams. Discuss the differences between groups and teams.

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Lecture Outline
• • • • • • • Introduction Groups Group Formation Team Groups Vs Team Check Your Learning Activity

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Introduction



In the earlier units you have studied about the aspects related to individual. You may also have understanding about the leadership theories. In this unit we will be discussing about the groups and teams.



Effective

groups

help

organizations

accomplish

important tasks. In particular, they offer the potential
for synergy—the creation of a whole that is greater than the sum of its parts. When synergy occurs, groups accomplish more than the total of their members’ individual capabilities. 4
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Groups Formal Groups: A designated work group defined by the organization's structure. Informal Groups: An organization's informal groups are

the groups that evolve to meet social or affiliation needs by bringing people together based on shared interests or friendship.

Formal Groups
• Command group • Task group • Committee • • • •

Informal Groups
Friendship Group Interest Group Membership Group Cliques
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How Groups are Formed?

Adjourning
PERFORMING

FORMING

STORMING

NORMING

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A Team
• • A team is like this jigsaw puzzle, you take off one block and it is incomplete. It takes effort and participation of every person to complete the task.

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Types of Teams
• A team is a small group of people with complementary skills, who work actively together to achieve a common purpose for which they hold themselves collectively accountable . Based on their objectives, teams may be classified into three main categories : Problem-solving Teams Self-managed Work Teams Cross-functional Teams



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Groups Vs. Teams

GROUPS

TEAMS

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Group and Team

Group
1. The composition of the group changes from meeting to meeting often without forethought. 2. When people either do not perform well or fail to perform at all, the group rarely acknowledges the failure. 3. Groups rarely create routine operations.

Team
1. The composition is planned and is set. 2. When people do not perform well, the team suffers. The team has ways of assisting the person or has systems for building their person's skills or moving him or her to another position. 3. Teams have rituals, routines, and ceremonies that everyone learns and shares. 10

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Check Your Learning

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