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Q: How can understanding stages of group development and group properties help employees in a work group function more effectively? As a manager, how would you help employees come to that
understanding?
A: Understanding the stages of group development enables employees to work more effectively since results in a clear plan. The stages enable employees to work together as a group to finish the assignments that the company has. ... [ Understanding the stages of group development is very important to anyone involved in a group or organization. Understanding the stages can make for a healthy group
because in order to perform well you need to have accomplished the prior stages before moving on. In my example, we performed well because of the hard work we put into the storming and norming stages. If your group is struggling, you can revisit a stage to see what you did wrong..... ]
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