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How effective is a team Collaboration
Weegy: Collaboration Brings Better Team SolutionsOne of the significant advantages of a team is the power of collaboration. [ When people work together on problems, the different views and interpretations of the problem, plus the different facts and knowledge people in the team bring with them, create better solutions. It’s simple as that. ] (More)
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Is it possible for a communication to convey a message that is legal, but ethically wrong? Explain your answer.
Weegy: Jokes often don't translate well. I'd stick to comments like, "My, this is a beautiful place." In areas of the world where freedom of speech exists, it's always possible to speak words that are legal, but ethically wrong. [ For example, jokes that are offensive to a particular race, religion or gender would fall into that category. In areas where freedom of speech isn't allowed, it's possible for a message to be ethical, but not legal. If you took a soapbox to Tienanmen Square in the center of Beijing, China and made a speech on political freedom, you might make an ethical argument but it would be illegal. Source: ] (More)
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why the government says something is legal to do does not mean that it is ethical
Weegy: Ethical; to do with Ethics. 1. pertaining to or dealing with morals or the principles of morality; pertaining to right and wrong in conduct. 2. being in accordance with the rules or standards for right conduct or practice, esp. [ the standards of a profession: It was not considered ethical for physicians to advertise Ethical basically means to do with, what is right and wrong, based on morality. It would have helped if you had expanded a bit on what context it was used in marketing class, but I can fetch a guess that it has to do with the ethics of marketing, what is right and wrong in marketing, referring either to doing it correctly or not being immoral (i.e. It is not ethical for respected physicians to advertise and endorse products). ] (More)
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what are the likes and dislike of the importance of a collaborative environment
Weegy: Celebration of diversity. Students learn to work with all types of people. During small-group interactions, they find many opportunities to reflect upon and reply to the diverse responses fellow learners bring to the questions raised. [ Small groups also allow students to add their perspectives to an issue based on their cultural differences. This exchange inevitably helps students to better understand other cultures and points of view. ] (More)
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what are the likes and dislike of the importance of a collaborative environment
Weegy: enefits from small-group learning in a collaborative environment include: Celebration of diversity. Students learn to work with all types of people. [ During small-group interactions, they find many opportunities to reflect upon and reply to the diverse responses fellow learners bring to the questions raised. Small groups also allow students to add their perspectives to an issue based on their cultural differences. This exchange inevitably helps students to better understand other cultures and points of view. Acknowledgment of individual differences. When questions are raised, different students will have a variety of responses. Each of these can help the group create a product that reflects a wide range of perspectives and is thus more complete and comprehensive. Interpersonal development. Students learn to relate to their peers and other learners as they work together in group enterprises. This can be especially helpful for students who have difficulty with social skills. They can benefit from structured interactions with others. Actively involving students in learning. Each member has opportunities to contribute in small groups. Students are apt to take more ownership of their material and to think critically about related issues when they work as a team. More opportunities for personal feedback. Because there are more exchanges among students in small groups, your students receive more personal feedback about their ideas and responses. This feedback is often not possible in large-group instruction, in which one or two students exchange ideas and the rest of the class listens. ] (More)
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