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Comm 1500 Lecture Notes, Week of 3/23/16

by: Evan DePersia

Comm 1500 Lecture Notes, Week of 3/23/16 81665 - COMM 1500 - 003

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These are the notes in Prof. Smith's Comm 1500 class on Wednesday, March 23rd.
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Date Created: 03/27/16
Comm 1500 Lecture 3/23/16 Speaker: ASC Room 118, Monday night 7:00 pm Group Communication Invested Interest – need to be close with group members for successful communication Systems Theory – Throughout our lives, go from one group to the next  Behavior and attitude changes with changing groups  Two types of groups: o Closed system ­ group of people put together that only interact if an  outside source makes them interact; analogy: box of rocks o Open system – vibrant, grows, works together, accomplishes something,  members are invested in each other; analogy: terrarium Guidelines to make a team work: 1. Must have a common goal 2. Goal needs to be in reach, attainable 3. Make sure people are using their talents a. Balance talent among group 4. Needs to be good leadership Two ways of thinking as a group Negative – Group Think: all thinking the same thought Positive ­ Synergy


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