Group Process Analysis Paper Our group could be described as forming a social unit of individuals who interacted with one another on the basis of shared goals and motives. The key to an effective team is seamless communication and all members working together ( Schiffman , 2006). There also were norms as well as defined roles. The group was not perfect since there were different levels of commitment to the task. Diversity in a group can be a positive characteristic but it interfered with our cooperation and interdependence. In general, we functioned well but some members had to assume many roles. Our group had certain functions, the main ones being information sharing, task completion, and support. We had a role-related structure; roles...The end:
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