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group development

DEOMI (test 1)

QuestionAnswer
Define group Interacting persons; influenced/influencing each other
What are the 2 group types? Formal & Informal
What's a formal group? They have an identified task, with set roles
What's an informal group? Persons meet, roles may/may not be set & a task may/may not happen. If roles r set it'll likely be based on preferences
What are the 2 themes of Bruce Tuckman's Group Development Model? Task & Relationship
What are the 3 principals of Bruce Tuckman's Group Development Model ? Sequential, Developmental & Thematic
What r the 5 stages of Bruce Tuckman 's Group Development Model ? Forming, Storming, Norming , Performing & Adjourning
In what stage of Bruce Tuckman's Group Development Model are the members testing compatibilities & seeking out similarities? In the FORMING stage
In what stage of Bruce Tuchman's Group Development Model might the members show a impatience for a lack of progress and have inexperienced decision making and/or argue about actions to take (the hardest stage) The STORMING stage
In what stage of Bruce Tuchman's Development Model, might the members reconcile loyalties & responsibilities, settle relationships and expectations, and go from competitive nature to a cooperative nature? In the NORMING stage
In what stage of Bruce Tuchman's Group Development MOdel might a group diagnose and solve problems, chose/implement changes and discover/accept strengths/weaknesses of one another? In the PERFORMING stage
What are the themes of Tuchman's Grp Development Model? Task & Relationship
What are the differences between Formal & Formal Rules? Formal = Written. Informal = General (direct behavior of grp) and/or Role-Specific (direct individual member).
What are principals of Tuchman's Grp Development Model? Sequential, Developmental, Thematic
The general agreement is that Motivation is what (define it)? Motivation is a concept that describes that within us which cause us to turn ideas into action
What is McClelland's Needs theory? That people are motivated to get 3 basic needs met: Achievement, Affiliation, and Power
How can you determine a person's motivations? Study them in light of motivational theory (theories), don't assume-ask them!
What are the 10 Group Task Functions? Initiate/Orient, Give Info, Seek Info, Give Opinions, Clarify, Elaborate, Eva, Sum, Coordinate, Consensus Testing.
What are the 8 Maintenance Task Functions: Establish Norms, Gate Keep, Support, Harmonize, Tension-Relief, Dramatization, Showing Solidarity
What are the 5 Individual Functions? Withdraw, Block, Recognition-seek, Discriminatory, Special Interest
How do Small groups operate (what are the 3 categories you need to know)? Principals of systems theory (w/ 3 parts), Small Group Systems (w/ 4 parts) and Stages of Development (Bruce Tuchman's developmental stages are a good guideline).
What are the 3 principals of systems theory? Interdependence, Non-summativity & interdependence w/ environment.
What are the 4 parts of small group systems? Input, Thruput, Output & Environment.
What are the 9 elements NECESSARY for group success? Counter negative dynamics, Understand purpose/goals, Roles & Responsibilities, Communication, Beneficial Grp Behaviors, Decision-Making Procedures, Balanced Participation, Ground Rules, Awareness of Group Process
Created by: tmjust4u