11 Effective Work Groups and Teams. Learning Objectives. Describe the sources of process losses and gains and understand how they affect group or team potential performance Understand how social loafing can occur in groups and the steps that can be taken to prevent it
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Potential performance is the highest level of group performance possible; it reflects the work group’s capabilities
Task interdependence is the extent to which the work performed by one member affects what other group members do
As task interdependence increases, the degree and intensity of the interactions among group members who are required to perform the tasks also increases
Pooled Task Interdependence
Sequential Task Interdependence
Reciprocal Task Interdependence