HCS 490 week 3 DQ 1

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1) What is a group? How does a group differ from a team?

2) What are the advantages and disadvantages to group decision-making?

3) Do you operate more in groups or teams at your workplace?

1) What is a group? How does a group differ from a team?

Groups are 2 or more individuals, interacting and interdependent. A group is to achieve particular objectives set forth by the group leader. There are 2 types of groups they are formal and informal. Formal groups are defined by structure. Informal groups are non formal and not defined by structure. There are also four different types of groups and they are command, task, interest, and friendship groups. Teams depend on commonality of purpose. And group's strength comes from sheer volume our willingness to carry out a single leaders...

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