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Study Questions - Chapter 10

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1. Interdisciplinary work teams are necessary for complex situations. A. B.
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2. Groups sequentially go through the stages of orientation, adaptation, emergence, and working. A. B. True
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3. The major reason for individuals to join groups is to gain information. A. B. True
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4. Group decision making is cost-effective in all situations. A. B. True


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5. A group leader must organize and structure a group for success. A. B.


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6. In all groups, decision making is a joint process, with all members participating. A. B. True
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7. A committee is a formally designated group designed to meet organizational objectives. A. B.


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8. A task force is designed to solve long-term problems.


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A. B.

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9. Team building is a complex process that requires leader and group commitment and cooperation. A. B.
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10. The ideal number of members in a group is from 10 to 14. A. B. True


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11. A knowledge work team is a large number of highly skilled individuals with complementary knowledge who come together to accomplish specific goals. A. B. True
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12. In large health care organizations, interdisciplinary teams are an integral part of the core structure.
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A. B.

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13. Research has linked work group disruption with increased productivity and collaboration. A. B. True
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14. Two elements that promote efficient and effective committee decision making are appropriate representation and delegation of authority to the committee. A. B.
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15. Write the letter of the correct response in front of each term. A. B. C. 3 1 2
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1. Sequential rounds of questionnaires to collect expert opinions on a topic 2. Silently gathered written input, round-robin feedback, and individual voting 3. Generating a large number of ideas through open, noncritical participation

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