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Group Goals Analysis Name Course Instructor’s Name Date Abstract The objective of the paper is to present an evaluation or diagnosis of group's goals in terms of clarity, operability, relevance, and interdependence and commitment of group members, among others…
Group Goals Analysis The issue confounding leaders of organizations or groups is not whether groups are beneficial or not, but whether groups are planned. Goals are the main justification for the group’s existence. Initially, the creation of group goals could somewhat be tenuous or even vague, but as the members reaffirm their sincerity and purposefulness in its formation, they become firm and are accepted by enough members to motivate the group to work towards them. As the manager of a group of dental schools, the perspective of a manager would be taken to assume the role of a group leader governing the participation of a group of managers at the affiliated dental schools. The objective of the paper is to present an evaluation or diagnosis of group's goals in terms of clarity, operability, relevance, and interdependence and commitment of group members, among others. After the evaluation, the discourse would recommend ways to improve areas identified to be weak and those that needs due improvement. Group Goals Goals can be either formally stated orally or in writing or informally implied in the actions or group members. According to Martires & Fule (2000), agreement about group goals – either formal or informal – increases group cohesiveness. ...
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