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Interperson and Group Interact

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Interperson and Group Interact COMM 101

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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Ottis Vandervort on Monday September 28, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to COMM 101 at George Mason University taught by William Cox in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 60 views. For similar materials see /class/215178/comm-101-george-mason-university in Communication at George Mason University.

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Date Created: 09/28/15
Comm 101 Interpersonal amp Group Communication EXAM 2 Study Guide Ch 1014 Helpful studying tips H OWSF M eP NE o Chapter 10 Understanding Groups amp Teams comparing groups vs teams p 274 when not to collaborate p 274 types of groups pp 275277 roles rules norms diff between the definitions 277279 I names of roles by category can put specific roles in proper category pp 280281 def of status and behaviors p 282 5 types of power examples p 284 I 3 group comm networks and when to use each p 286 phases of group development p 289 individualistic vs collectivists in group work p 290 Chapter 11 Enhancing Group amp Team Performance I pros and cons of group work p 298 re ective thinking p 304 force field analysis 305306 groupthink examples pp 308309 groupthink behaviors and how to fix them p 310 6 reasons groups make bad decisions p 311 leadership approaches amp their guiding principles p 317 what virtual teams should do p 316 I monochronic vs polychronic time as it relates to group members p 318 I tips for talking in meetings p 323 Chapter 12 Making Decisions and Solving Problems I methods of decisionmaking p 335 I comparing effective vs ineffective group decisionmaking p 336 I def prob solving 3 parts ofproblem p 337 READ all of the chapters covered on the test especially the RECAP sections If given a LIST the 5 components of to study study the concepts AS a list If given a DEFINITION study the exact wording of the de nition Be able to recognize an example of a de nition as it is used in everyday life Eliminate poor answer choices first and then think about the remaining choices When questioning yourself usually your FIRST guess is more accurate On the concept vs versus concept ones below know the difference between them Do NOT read m the recap sections Read the text that explains each RECAP For the instructor s questions review the notes you took or stories heard in class For the instructor s questions recall the gist of the discussions you had in class barriers to problem solving p 339 primary vs secondary tensions p 341 4 stages of group development pp 340343 4 descriptive models and processes can select method from choices given p 345 comm functions in groups p 350 3 approaches to prob solving pp 339 350 cultural suggestions p 352 Chapter 13 Using Problem Solving Techniques I standard agenda pp 360361 6 reasons groups need structure p 361 5 steps ofreflective thinking 363372 are summarized on p 312 Pareto Principle p 365 fishbone cause amp effect pp 367368 PROMOD technique pp 368369 Pert Diagram p 373 owchart pp 373374 ideal solution vs single question p 376 TQM practices p 377 Chapter 14 Enhancing Creativity in Groups and Teams I def of creativity p 388 innovation vs invention pp 388389 myths about creativity p 390 barriers to creativity pp 390391 stinking thinking p 391 how to enhance creativity p 394 seven steps ofbrainstorming 398399 nominal group vs Delphi vs affinity etc pp 397403 I seven ways to analyze problems p 404 264265


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