Five short exercises for groups

Rae Andre, Amy L Kenworthy, Roger Putzel

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Abstract

Short exercises that illustrate key aspects of group process are important classroom tools for both novice and veteran instructors. We present five exercises that engage your students and demonstrate fundamental concepts, beginning with team building and group process observation, then moving to group planning and, finally, to the issues of process loss and social loafing across cultures. These exercises blend classic teachings about groups with experiential learning adapted to students in today’s dynamic and international learning environment.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages21
Publication statusPublished - Jun 2011
EventEastern Academy of Management - International Conference on Managing in a Global Economy XIV: Global Web of Knowledge - Bangalore, India
Duration: 26 Jun 201130 Jun 2011
http://www.eaom.org/annual-meetings/eam-international-meetings/

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ConferenceEastern Academy of Management - International Conference on Managing in a Global Economy XIV
Abbreviated titleEAMI 2011
CountryIndia
CityBangalore
Period26/06/1130/06/11
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Andre, R., Kenworthy, A. L., & Putzel, R. (2011). Five short exercises for groups. Paper presented at Eastern Academy of Management - International Conference on Managing in a Global Economy XIV, Bangalore, India.
Andre, Rae ; Kenworthy, Amy L ; Putzel, Roger. / Five short exercises for groups. Paper presented at Eastern Academy of Management - International Conference on Managing in a Global Economy XIV, Bangalore, India.21 p.
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