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ID number:134592
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Published: 01.09.2015.
Language: English
Level: College/University
Literature: 4 units
References: Not used
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After this research, several conclusions can be made. Most importantly, the hypothesis proved to be partially true in this case. All of the members were made aware of the group dynamics and the expected results of the work, assigned different tasks, and encouraged to help one another in completing them. The leader was available to help any time the members needed assistance on a certain matter. The members who understood the responsibility on their part faced no problems with the given task and were productive, making the group function efficiently as a unity. The other members, who were given the same opportunities but did not wish to devote their time to helping the group progress, faced several problems (lack of time, lack of motivation, communication problems etc.) and could not succeed in finishing the task. This proved that even though the dynamics of the group were explained, and every member possessed skills to properly manage these dynamics, only those who wished to take part in the group’s work helped raise the overall productivity of the group. In order to improve this case study and to distinguish the aspects that demotivated some of the members, a new research should be conducted where the influence of personal traits, the environment where the work is done individually, and the background experience of each participant would be studied.…

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