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2010-2011 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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OSR 510 - Organizations - Effective Groups and Teams

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This course lays a theoretical and practical foundation in group dynamics, teams, and collaboration. Students gain knowledge, awareness, and skills in working with task, relationship and process issues in groups. The exploration of group development models and intercultural communication theory helps to understand and inform work in small groups. Students also explore the structure and function of teams, including, defining characteristics, when and how to use teams, and characteristics of high performance teams. Successful teaming within or between groups requires an ability to go beyond mere coordination or cooperation to a level of collaboration. Students explore the qualities of this level of engagement and the conditions necessary to bring forth such a relationship. Required.

Academic Level: Graduate
Instructional Method: Lecture
School: College of Arts & Sciences



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