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Liz just listened quietly. An argument ensued, and Jane had to leave before a decision was reached. The next meeting was to be held during their class time the next week. Before the next meeting, Robert convinced Jane that a role-play was the way to go, and together they put together a draft script, working hard to make the skit funny and entertaining. Robert confronted Danny and warned him to attend the class meeting or he wouldn’t get a part in the play. In the meantime, Sharon picked up six books from the library and printed four articles from the Internet.
2003). Where teams work effectively together with other teams within organizations, there is more sharing of good practice, more integration of differing perspectives, and more holistic understanding of team and organizational tasks. The combination of these factors produces many more ideas for new and improved ways of doing things and also the practical inter-team cooperation that enables the ideas to be put into practice. Although team working can be effective for all the reasons listed above, it is not the case that the introduction of team working is inevitably successful.
In one sport the aggregated ratings of the individual abilities of team members predicted team performance with 90% accuracy, while in the other sport, they predicted with only 35% accuracy. Which do you think was which? ) influence over group outcomes. Studies of jury decision making have shown that it may be the person who talks most who has most influence over the jury verdict (McGrath, 1984). Overall, research suggests that group decision making in experimental settings is generally superior to that of the average member of the group, but often inferior to that of its most competent individual.