Saturday, January 25, 2014

Scoping on Similarity and Group Performance

There’s a fine balance between the great value that similarities hold to group performances and the values that variance holds. Let’s scope a minute into Similarities. Similarities in opinions, interpersonal styles, demographics, and values have all been shown to increase liking. In addition, similar background makes it more likely that team members share similar views on various issues, including group objectives, communication methods and more. In general, higher agreement among members on group rules and norms results in greater trust and less dysfunctional conflict. What is it then?

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