Models of group development

  • Sequential (napr. Sheppard 1956)
  • Cyclic models
  • Life cycle models
  • Equilibrium models
  • Adaptive, non sequential models

Wheelan model – details

  • Strucutre
    • Communication structure
    • Goals and tasks
    • Status and roles
    • Leadership
  • Processes
    • Conformity and deviation
    • Cohesion and conflict
Wheelan model
  • Dependency and inclusion
    • Leader is competent and benevolent
    • Actual competence it taken by faith
    • Independent action occurs rarely
    • Member may attempt to secure their safety
    • Members avoid work
    • Creating sense of belonging
  • Counterdependency and inclusion
    • Conflict arises
    • Role are tuned
    • Tension provides opportunity to clarify psychological boundaries
    • Clarify goals
    • Coalitions begin to emerge
    • Reducing the anxiety
    • Feel of authenticity
  • Trust and structure
    • More mature negotiation process
    • Communication becomes more open and task oriented
    • Information starts to be shared
    • Group is designing itself
  • Work
    • Efficient groups work 80% of the time
    • Resources are used
  • Termination
    • Evaluate their work together and give feedback
    • Express feeling about each other and the group
    • Many groups does not to that (unfortunate)
Naposledy změněno: Sobota, 3. srpen 2013, 14.30