Group Relationship: A Study On Group Dynamics: Group Management

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CHAPTER: 1
INTRODUCTION:-
INTRODUCTION ABOUT THE INTERNSHIP:
The internship period from December-February was a wonderful learning experience
As a HR intern at such a big organization I was able to learn a lot about different functions in HR. It was a very different experience, as it was my 1st experience in the corporate world. Meeting such highly knowledgeable people was extremely memorable one.
As a part of the internship, I prepared my report on A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE GROUP DYNAMICS with Reference to The ITC limited, India Tobacco Division, and Bangalore.
TOPIC CHOSEN FOR THE STUDY:-
The topic chose to undertake was “A STUDY ON EMPLOYEE GROUP DYNAMICS AT ITC, LIMITED INDIA TOBACCO DIVISION”
NEED FOR THE STUDY:-
Group dynamics is one of the
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The tendency to join with others in groups is perhaps the most important single characteristics of humans and these groups leave an indelible imprint on their members and on society. To understand people, we must understand their groups.
The lone individual – the single man or woman who has no connection to other men and women – is an extraordinary rare human being. Homo sapiens are capable of surviving alone, and the recluse, ascetic and prisoner in solitary confinement can forge a life on their own. But few humans seek or enjoy the challenges of solitude. Most people prefer to live in groups.
Virtually all the activities of our lives – working, learning, worshipping, relaxing, playing and even sleeping – occur in groups rather than isolated from others.
Most people belong to many different groups, so the number of groups in the world probably reaches well beyond six billion. The world is literally teeming with
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It allows gathering relevant studies and extracting data from them in a systematic manner. Systematic literature review provides the best method to collect existing knowledge and guarantees that we would not miss any relevant article, if we stick to methodology accurately.
Main article: WILIAM DOUGALL
The British Psychologist William McDougall in his work the group mind (1920) researched the dynamics of groups of various sizes and degrees of organization
Mail article: KURT LEWIN
KURT LEWIM (1943, 1948 and 1951) is commonly identified as the founder of the movement to study groups scientifically. He coined the term group dynamics to describe the way groups and individuals act and react to changing circumstances.
LIMITATIONS OF THE STUDY:-
Although this research has managed to achieve its stated objectives, there are some limitations that have been observed. Due to time and resources constraints, this study has chosen to select a limited sample from the manufacturing multinational

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