|Statement||edited by Jay W. Lorsch [and] Paul R. Lawrence.|
|Contributions||Lorsch, Jay W., Lawrence, Paul R 1922-|
History. While philosophers and thinkers have written about topics related to intergroup relations dating back to Aristotle's Politics, the psychological study of group attitudes and behavior began in the late 19th century. One of the earliest scientific publications on group processes is The Crowd: A Study of the Popular Mind, written in by French doctor and scientist Gustave Le Bon. The when and why of inter-group conflict. Leaders often underestimate the power of inter-group relations. Inter-group conflict can occur between many different types of groups in organizations Author: Katherine W. Phillips. BOOK REVIEWS syndrome, a predisposition toward improving human competence in handling conflict at the interface of group relations is predictable. The authors support their position with research evidence, capsule cases, urgent rhetoric, and a lengthy appendix describing what hap-pens in an Intergroup Laboratory. Managing Intergroup Behavior and Performance. When we analyze the challenge of managing intergroup behavior and performance, the key issue facing managers is the issue of coordination. In most situations, various units or departments in the organization all have talent needed to ensure task accomplishment.
Managing Effective Work Groups How do managers develop group cohesiveness, which facilitates organizational goal attainment? We have examined in detail the nature and structure of work groups, noting that work groups differ along such dimensions as size, norms, and roles. Some groups are more cohesive than : Stewart Black, Donald G. Gardner, Jon L. Pierce, Richard Steers. Managing Intergroup Behavior and Performance When we analyze the challenge of managing intergroup behavior and performance, the key issue facing managers is the issue of coordination. In most situations, various units or departments in the organization all have talent needed to ensure task : Stewart Black, Donald G. Gardner, Jon L. Pierce, Richard Steers. This OpenStax resource aligns to introductory courses in Organizational Behavior. The text presents the theory, concepts, and applications with particular emphasis on the impact that individuals and groups can have on organizational performance and culture. An array of recurring features engages students in entrepreneurial thinking, managing change, using tools/technology, and responsible. This book presents social dominance theory, an influential theory of intergroup relations that focuses on the maintenance and stability of group-based social hierarchies. Group-based inequalities are maintained through three primary intergroup behaviors: institutional discrimination, aggregated individual discrimination, and behavioral asymmetry.
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