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Compact case
Case
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Reference no. 473-265-1
Authors: David Needle (University of East London)
Published in: 1973
Length: 2 pages
Data source: Field research

Abstract

The case study was used to supplement two main teaching areas: (1) Behaviour of work groups (2) Manager''s relationships with his groups. One and a half hours were devoted to the case study. The class was split into syndicates of 4 people and asked to comment on: (a) The composition norms and behaviour patterns of the groups involved. (b) An assessment of the manager''s role.
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Other setting(s):
1972-1973

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Abstract

The case study was used to supplement two main teaching areas: (1) Behaviour of work groups (2) Manager''s relationships with his groups. One and a half hours were devoted to the case study. The class was split into syndicates of 4 people and asked to comment on: (a) The composition norms and behaviour patterns of the groups involved. (b) An assessment of the manager''s role.

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Location:
Other setting(s):
1972-1973

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