GROUP DYNAMICS AND INFLUENCE :checkered_flag: (ELEMENTS OF GROUP DYNAMICS,…
GROUP DYNAMICS AND INFLUENCE :checkered_flag:
WHAT IS GROUP?
A collection of people who interact with another,accept right and obligation as members and who shares the same identity.
A branch of social psychology which studies problem involving the structure of a group
TYPES OF GROUP
formed when people come together to accomplish specific goals and objectives. An official group has particular structures and roles where responsibilities of members of the group are defined.
formed by the individuals to satisfy their social needs of affiliation, and they emerge on their own and hence not created by the management of the organization.
a group held together by relationships formed by family and environmental associations, regarded as basic to social life and culture.
large groups whose relationships are impersonal and goal oriented. People in a secondary group interact on a less personal level than in a primary group, and their relationships are generally temporary rather than long lasting.
are composed of people who work together to perform a task but involve cross command relationship
a collection of people who interact with each other and share similar characteristics and a sense of unity. A social category is a collection of people who do not interact but who share similar characteristics.
one in which they would like belong
those where the individual actually belong
It is a group consisting of individuals who report directly to the manager.
the individual work together daily on similar tasks
PROBLEM SOLVING GROUPS
the process of bringing together stakeholders who through their analytical decision making abilities can influence the outcome of the problem.
CRITERIA FOR A GROUP
FORMAL SOCIAL STRUCTURE
2 OR MORE PERSONS
COMMON FATE AND GOALS
SELF-DEFINITION AS GROUP MEMBERS
RECOGNITION BY OTHERS
OBJECTIVE OF GROUP DYNAMICS
to identify and analyze
to acquire skills necessary
to build more successful organization
ELEMENTS OF GROUP DYNAMICS
CONTENT VS PROCESS
TASKS VS RELATIONSHIP
STAGES OF GROUP DEVELOPMENT
DIMENSION OF GROUP PROCESS
PATTERNS OF COMMUNICATION AND COORDINATION
PATTERNS OF INFLUENCE
PATTERNS OF DOMINANCE
BALANCE OF TASK FOCUS VS SOCIAL FOCUS
LEVEL OF GROUP EFFECTIVENESS
GROUP DYNAMICS PROCESS