Group Organisation Business Plan by Wal

Group Organisation
A look at how a group undertakes managing itself to achieve the goals of a project.
# 64142 | 2,497 words | 8 sources | MLA | 2004 | GB
Published on Feb 26, 2006 in Business (Management) , Business (Business Plans)

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This paper aims to describe how a group of randomly assigned people discuss the processes of managing and how they negotiate certain tasks to attain this goal. It looks at the processes involved, how the group organises itself, what negotiations take place as well as the work that is managed. It also discusses what factors influenced the end decisions made and if there were any physical, social, psychological or cultural considerations to take into account.

From the Paper:

"The second stage is the storming stage. This stage is when a "formal structure begins to emerge and individuals begin to feel more confident in their position within the group, conflicts arise" (Martin, 2001, pg 192). At this stage we expect members of the group to feel more relaxed and become more open, we expect a lot of ideas at this stage, which could cause problems due to bombardment of ideas, it would be difficult to choose which ideas to carry on with. Nevertheless, if this stage goes well, we expect to have no difficulties in the next few stages of Norming, Performing and Adjourning that are discussed later."

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