Theory Of Group Dynamics

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CHAPTER 3:- THEORETICAL BACKGROUND POF THE STUDY:- 1. THE FUNDAMENTALS OF GROUP DYNAMICS:- Group dynamics refers to the interactions between people who are talking together in a group setting. Group dynamics can be studied in different settings, in classroom settings, and in social settings. Any time there are three or more individuals interacting or talking together, there are group dynamics. Another definition of group dynamics is the extent to which the team members in the group are actively participating in decision making, sharing their ideas about the tasks, motivating co-employees. Team and group dynamics are important is given to these dynamics plays a key role in overall success of an organization. Group dynamics can be referred to…show more content…
Groups tend to be powerful than passive, fluid rather than static, and catalyzing rather than reifying. Lewin used the term group dynamics to stress the powerful impact of these complex social processes on group members. Although lewin died unexpectedly of a heart attack just as group dynamics was beginning to develop more fully, his students and colleagues have carried on the lewinian tradition in their theory, research and application. CONTEXT:- Group dynamics play an important role in industries. All the existing industries use the concept of the team work and emphasize the necessity to manage them in order to organize the business processes in the best way. The application of group dynamic techniques is aimed at improvement of teamwork management to make it more efficient. The implementation of group dynamics techniques has an impact on teams working in industries, and it also faces some challenges for industry such as lack of resources and preparation. Both need additional investigation which regard to the actual practiced situation in industry. EFFECT OF GROUP…show more content…
The complexity of large groupings is partially because they are made up of interrelated subgroups. As the size of a group increases, the need for more organization or leadership also often becomes more obvious. German sociologist GEORG SIMMEL argued that as the group becomes greater, the individual becomes separated and grows more alone, isolated and segmented. Simmel’s view was somewhat ambiguous with respect to group size. On one hand, he believed that the bigger the group the better for the individual. In a larger group it would be harder to exert control on an individual, but there is a possibility of the individual becoming distant impersonal. Group dynamics can be referred to group development and movement in time towards its goals substantiated by the interaction and communication of group members and the external influences. It considers the set of social and psychological processes and phenomena that take place during the whole life cycle of the group. Group dynamics covers all stages of group development starting from its creation, functioning, development, stagnancy, regress and break-up. Based on the mentioned definitions, in the given work together in order to achieve common goals THERE ARE DIFFERENT TYPES OF
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