Question 1.1. Which of the following statements is TRUE about both teams and groups?
Both teams and groups usually have an unlimited number of members.
Teams usually have an unlimited number of members, while groups have between two and 10 members.
Teams usually consist of between two and 10 people, while groups can have unlimited members.
Both teams and groups usually consist of between two and 10 people
Question 2.2. What may accompany the adjourning stage of group performance?
a sense of uncertainty
a sense of unity
a sense of loss
a sense of conflict
Question 3.3. According to the text, the difference between a group and a team relies on which of the following ideas?
Team members share a common commitment, while group members solely share common norms and an identity.
Teams go through different phases of development, while groups remain static over the course of time.
Groups go through different phases of development, while teams remain static over the course of time.
Teams should be formed with 10 members or less, while groups have an unlimited number of members
Question 4.4. What is a consequence of too much cohesion in a group?
Groups tend to have decreased levels of effort.
Groups tend to lack cooperation.
Group members tend to argue.
Group members tend to overstep each other’s boundaries
Question 5.5. Which theory was born from the great man theory of leadership?
Question 6.6. Which of the following is NOT a limitation of a virtual team?
It can be expensive to get virtual teams together.
Virtual teams have a difficult time picking up on paraverbal and nonverbal cues.
Virtual teams suffer from reduced socialization.
It can be difficult to schedule virtual team meetings
Question 7.7. Which of the following is NOT a category of barriers to interpersonal communication?
individual differences among employees
situational factors, such as outside noise
transmission problems, such as telephone static
informal communication networks, such as the grapevine
Question 8.8. At which stage of a group- or team-building process do close relationships develop, giving rise to unity?
Question 9.9. Fred E. Fiedler’s LPC test requires a subject to describe a coworker they
have never interacted with
like the most
like the least
work very closely with
Question 10.10. Whenever Paula works in a group, she gives less effort than when she works individually. What term best describes this scenario?